Brisbane kids 11-15 cooking class called Curry in a Hurry. Special Offer
from AU$87.00

👨‍🍳 Curry in a Hurry - teens & tweens

Fun, Indian menu for 11-15 years (Grade 6-9)

Next Available: Sat, 13 Jul 1:00PM (AEST)
2 hours 30 minutes
Over 20 people have attended this class

Description

Come along and cook up a storm in small group, hands-on classes held in The Gap.  Learn culinary skills, how to use kitchen tools safely and discover how to interpret a recipe. Leave with containers full of recipe items made and also the booklet of recipes to keep.

Menu: Buttery Chicken with Chickpea Curry (Veg option available at time of booking), Savoury and Sweet Filo Samosas, Homemade Naan Bread, Fresh Raita and Perfect Pilau Rice

Read a review from a parent for the Curry in a Hurry 2020...

Great class. Delicious food- I had to bribe my daughter to let me have a taste of her Indian banquet! She had lots of fun, meeting new friends, learning new skills. Thoroughly recommend.

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What you will learn

  • Come along and meet some other chefs making gorgeous food from scratch, practice kitchen skills and use a variety of utensils too. Grow your kitchen independence within a fun, friendly kitchen environment.

What you will get

  • Mild Butter Chicken with Chickpea Curry (Veg option available at time of booking)), Savoury and Sweet Filo Samosas, Homemade Naan Bread, Fresh Raita and Pilau Rice

What to bring

  • No just a happy smile, 3 plastic containers for their food and a water bottle.

What to wear

Enclosed shoes on and long hair tied back please.

Appropriate for

11-15 years Beginners suitable


Come and Cook

4.9
(298 Reviews)

I am passionate about cooking and also keeping healthy. Cooking has always brought me joy, satisfaction and fulfilled a personal need for creativity. I left primary school teaching and began my own cooking business while living in London (2002-2010) because I wanted to share my skills and love of cooking with others.

Originally, I was providing practical kids’ cookery parties, and this evolved into teaching about healthy food, mostly in primary schools.

During this time, School Dinners hit the headlines because they were exposed as having poor nutritional value. This exposure brought further interest from schools that realised practical healthy food experiences needed to be held in order for early intervention in children’s health to occur.

I travelled widely, demonstrating and setting up practical experiences to teach basic cookery skills and provide food experiences for children, parents and teachers in greater London, employed by local councils, the NHS and individual schools. Teaching and demonstrating cooking was the most rewarding time of my working years. Some of the range of cooking experiences I was involved in have been;

  • Facilitating cooking workshops for parents in the London Borough of Brent (2009-10)
    This was a collaboration between the local council and the NHS. It focussed on tackling childhood obesity by providing weekly cooking sessions for parents. Parents were involved in cooking meals that were healthy, budget-friendly as well as ethnically and religiously inclusive.
  • Teacher Training workshops (2004-2009)
    These cooking workshops were run to inspire and present easy ideas for teachers to incorporate food and cooking within a classroom setting.
  • In-school Cooking Workshops (2003-2009)
    These were the most popular workshops and I ran them within the classroom setting and brought in all of the cooking equipment and ingredients. They were themed on Healthy Lunchboxes, Healthy Breakfasts and Healthy Snacks. In this format of hour-long sessions, I was cooking and demonstrating with up to 120 children per day.

I left London in 2010 to raise my young family back in Australia. As a passionate home cook, I love to involve my children now in the kitchen and prepare most of our meals from scratch, always learning new recipes and cooking techniques.

 

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Your Teacher

The teacher is highly experienced with a wide range of kids of all ages and abilities and knows how to keep everyone engaged. She is an encouraging facilitator with tricks and tips to improve cooking skills whatever the level.

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5.0 (7 reviews)
Ryanrated it
06 Aug 2023
Our son Ryan had done the school term course which we rated 14/10 !!! The environment just seems to excite and energize him. He recently did a one day curry course and again had an absolute blast, so great to have learning such a great skill be so much fun 🙌
Dylan rated it
06 Aug 2023
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Maggierated it
05 Aug 2023
Our daughter had an amazing time, and came back with delicious curry and the best smelling naan. She'll be pushing to make it again, that's for sure!
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Cancellations & Refunds

If the organiser cancels the class:

You are entitled to a full refund.

If you can't attend the class:

  • A refund can be requested 7 days before class starts. Free of charge.
  • A transfer can be requested 7 days before the class starts. Free of charge.
  • A credit note can be requested 2 days before the class starts. Free of charge.

No changes will be allowed after these times.

Terms & Conditions

If the class is cancelled by Come and Cook, a full refund will be provided.



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