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3 Hrs 43 Min

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Our cooking course has all the ingredients you need to get started toward learning how to cook. You can even learn the fundamentals of starting a catering business of your own. This in-depth course covers a variety of professional food preparation techniques. One thing is certain: at the end of your efforts you will be sitting down at your tables to relax and enjoy a delicious meal created by you while you bask in your sense of accomplishment and good will.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Intro

  1. Introduction

Module 2: Wonton

  1. Wonton

Module 3: Tomato Basil

  1. Tomato Basil

Module 4: Ricotta Nyoki

  1. Ricotta Nyoki

Module 6: Pizza Tart

  1. Pizza Tart

Module 7: Pesto

  1. Pesto

Module 8: Potato Pancakes

  1. Potato Pancakes

Module 9: Crostini

  1. Crostini

Module 10: Fish Chowder

  1. Fish Chowder

Cooking is the art, science, and craft of using heat to prepare food for consumption. Cooking techniques and ingredients vary widely, from grilling food over an open fire to using electric stoves, to baking in various types of ovens, reflecting local conditions. Types of cooking also depend on the skill levels and training of the cooks. Cooking is done both by people in their own dwellings and by professional cooks and chefs in restaurants and other food establishments.

In these finest-ever online master cooking classes with the Master Chef, you will not only create healthy and tasty meals but also be empowered to create great conversations around your food. And scale up the amazing cooking talent you already have..

  1. Perfect your existing cooking skill-sets and learn new dishes
  2. Discover a whole new range of innovative recipes and dishes
  3. Broaden your culinary experience
  4. Discover how to set up your own food business from home
  5. Draw on your strengths and cook dishes that your customers and family will love
  6. Build a great home business, live a healthy life, enjoy great food dishes that you create

Take the next step on your cooking journey. With these Skillshare classes, you can explore a wide range of cooking topics, tools, techniques and principles. Whether you’re looking for online cooking classes for beginners or you’re already experienced in the kitchen, you can take your skills to the next level with classes in grilling meats, baking bread, and making the most of your slow cooker, all taught by talented chefs, bakers, and experts in the kitchen.

You can learn to cook dishes from Moroccan, Italian, Japanese, Indian cuisines and beyond. Explore pastries and desserts (macarons anyone?), improve your knife skills, and plan entire meals. Each class is broken down into short, simple cooking lessons, and you’ll get hands-on experience by completing and sharing your own cooking projects.

Cooking classes in India are usually held in groups of 2-7 people. Your teacher will either be a professional chef or a cooking expert with years of culinary experience. The classes will have different durations, according to the level of difficulty for the dishes.

Taking a cooking class in India will help you immerse and grasp the technique in cooking Indian cuisine. It provides you an opportunity to learn about the secret ingredients used in making Indian food, how to make some popular Indian dishes, as well as meet new friends. Cooking is not just about understanding the ingredients but also the technique used in making a good dish.

After you have learned to master the art of the culinary delight in the region, you can then enjoy the dishes with those in your class. The classes can be held in various locations, such as your host’s home or at a luxurious hotel.

A cooking class or workshop held at a hotel will give you a more professional and formal feeling, whereas, at a host’s home, you will experience a more cozy and casual atmosphere. The time frame for classes vary. This is due to the variation and process to make different dishes from easy to complex.

We support you to develop your food preparation & culinary skills, help you to grow your confidence in the kitchen and inspire you to improve your cooking at home. We’ll guide you to eat well for less and save money while teaching the benefits of eating healthily with a nutritionally balanced diet. We show that you can eat healthily even with a small budget by making small, lasting and effective changes to the way you plan, shop and cook your meals.

Our cookery courses explore why food waste is an issue and how your actions can have a positive impact on the environment. Our sessions provide fun food saving tips that will help you make the most of your groceries to save money and reduce food waste in the home, including recipes that use the most wasted food.

By the end of your course, you will have a much better understanding of how to follow a healthy, well balanced diet, while making the most of your food to reduce food waste. You’ll feel confident to make good food choices wherever possible, choose budget friendly options to afford quality fresh ingredients.

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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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