Wednesday, August 11, 2021

The Maya Kitchen starts August with a bang by offering FREE Korean Cooking Class this ECQ

Korean Bibimbap

I love eating Korean food because they have been using vegetables that are high in fiber and improves digestion and it promote overall digestive health. They use fermented foods like Kimchi which consists of healthy bacteria called probiotics that aids in digestion, improves overall gut health, and break down lactose. One of my favorite Korean dishes, bibimbap is definitely a healthy meal on its own packed with micronutrients, fiber, and vitamins. If you're like me and you also love bibimbap, I've got good news for you. 

Free Korean Cooking Class

The Maya Kitchen is inviting everyone to a Korean Cooking Class for FREE via Facebook Live! It's slated to happen this August 14, Saturday, from 10AM to 12 NN. You can learn to cook bibimbap on your own and other authentic Korean dishes featured in your fave K-dramas. All you need to do is tune into The Maya Kitchen's Facebook page where they will do the cooking demo Live to learn how to create your own bibimbap. It's a Korean dish made from mixed rice topped with veggies and meat as well as banchan or Korean side dishes. 

Chef Cha during a live cooking demo

The Maya Kitchen also offers other online classes via Zoom. Check out their other classes:

On August 28, 2021, Saturday, from 10AM to 12NN, you can master how to come up with a meal plan for your family. With Easy Cooking Ideas for Menu Planning, Get menu-planning guidance plus more with The Maya Kitchen's very own Chef Cha in this fully interactive online class via Zoom. Gall enrollees will also get one of The Maya Kitchen's best-selling menu planning cookbooks for FREE--Mix & Match Meals Book 6 Your 4-week Menu Guide of Easy Gourmet Cooking. This class is P2500.

Come September 4, Saturday, from 10AM to 12NN, learn how to cook bento box favorites in the Tempura and Karaage Online Cooking class. Also done via Zoom class, the instructor shall walk you through in making authentic Chicken Karaagem crunchy deep-fried pieces of marinated chicken and Ebi and Vegetable Tempura, shrimp and veggies lightly coated in panko batter and deep fried to crispy perfection. This class is also P2500.

Shrimp and vegetable tempura

Chicken Karaage

I had taken several classes with The Maya Kitchen online cooking class via Zoom before, the latest of which was a class that taught me how to make Korean Dakgangjeong (Sweet and Chili Crispy Fried Chicken) and Bulgogi Jungol (Beef Bulgogi Stew). I had so much fun recreating them at home and my family loved the dishes I've cooked for them. 

The Maya Kitchen continues to offer quality cooking and baking classes online to help alleviate depression amidst the pandemic and also to help people improve their skills and make them productive in this time of crisis. Their classes are done via Zoom where students and instructors have a chance to interact and instructors teaches students on a step by step approach. They can also answer the questions asked by students. Whether you're a kitchen veteran or a newbie, attending the Maya Kitchen Cooking class will improve your skills and there's definitely a class for you at The Maya Kitchen. So sign up today!

For more information on this and on other course offerings, log on to, e-mail, or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday at 8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City. You may also call us 8921185 or 892-5011 local 108 or +63929 679 6102. 

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