Asian Street Food: Spring Onion Pancakes
Learn how to make crispy asian pancakes
If you're looking for fun things to do at home that you can share with family and friends, then try this Spring Onion pancake making class! Angie will take you on her food journey of growing up in a world immersed in food.
Unlike western pancakes made from batter, spring onion pancakes are made from dough and are a popular street food served in Asia. You have probably come across these crispy pancakes at many Chinese restaurants before, however, they are also easy to make at home once you know the tricks. And they are vegan!
In this one-and-a-half-hour online class, you will how to make spring onion pancakes from scratch. You'll be showing all your friends how to do it in no time! This class will be a demonstration as well as a hands-on session.
You will receive:
- A recipe and ingredient list for Spring onion pancakes
- A demonstration and hands-on experience.
- An opportunity to interact, chat and ask questions of your instructor, Angie.
- New cooking skills from the comfort of your own home.
- How to make spring onion pancakes in your own kitchen
- Ingredients and recipe for spring onion pancakes. Live instruction, demo and hands-on.
- Ingredients & tools - a list of everything you need is made available upon booking. Please check attachments in your confirmation email. Please have recipe and ingredients ready at start of class
Appropriate for everyone. Adults and kids are welcome.
Vendor since 2015
For me, cooking has always been about the sharing of food. It’s about the anticipation of sitting down together and having quality time to talk and share a meal.
I am the daughter of Chinese cooking legend Elizabeth Chong and granddaughter to pioneering and dim-sim inventor William Wing Young. In so many ways I have always been surrounded by food. I went on to study Horticulture but found myself always wanting to plant veggies in peoples front gardens. Later, I designed Victoria’s first fully accredited Asian Cookery course at William Angliss Institute of TAFE where I taught for nearly 20yrs.
Today, my business The Humble Dumpling, is a return to my roots and family traditions. I grew up surrounded by aunties, uncles, grandparents and many many cousins who gathered every Sunday to make dumplings. I have such fond memories of those days and hope that my workshops and events will go some of the way towards sharing my wonderfully rich food culture.
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