A sneak peek:
I normally don’t post photos of classes on the blog because I’m more active on Facebook… But I decided to post what we’ve cooked in class so far this year, for all you non-Facebook users (and for those who don’t know we exist on Facebook).
As usual, all dishes cooked in class are whole foods, plant-based, nutrient-rich, and gluten-free friendly.
Fantastic Salads 4.0 – held on January 15
Mediterranean chickpea, quinoa and olive salad, waldorf salad with candied walnuts, Thai crunch salad, BBQ black bean salad with ranch dressing
Exciting times ahead in February!
Cook timeless PASTA favorites with a healthy, plant-based twist on the 8th, Sunday (Makati). Learn how to make gluten-free ravioli from scratch!
Compose creative and colorful SALADS that want to be eaten on the 8th, Saturday (Alabang).
The ever popular PIZZA class comes back on the 12th, Wednesday (Alabang), both with whole wheat and gluten-free variations.
The MEDITERRANEAN is known for its naturally healthful yet flavorful dishes – discover how to make them on the 15th, Saturday (Makati).
Recreating THAI cuisine may seem complicated but it is actually quite simple once you familiarize yourself with its key ingredients. And making traditional dishes with a vegan twist is doable and delicious! Learn how to on the 16th, Sunday (Makati).
GLUTEN-FREE VEGAN SAUSAGES – an impossible dream? They certainly are not! In this class, learn a master sausage recipe using vegan, gluten-free ingredients and how to flavor them in multiple ways. We will turn the sausages into 3 dishes. This is happening on the 19th, Wednesday (Alabang).
And lastly, make vegetarian sushi that doesn’t suck (and isn’t composed solely of cucumber), plus other delicious things like miso-glazed vegetables and an enoki mushroom sauce poured over tofu in A TASTE OF JAPAN on the 26th, Wednesday (Alabang).
In case you missed the text in the image above, all classes are either gluten-free or gluten-free friendly, while keeping everything whole foods, plant-based, healthy, and delicious.
To sign up, click here.
Check out these cool classes for this month, in Alabang and Makati!
Start a healthy year right with FANTASTIC SALADS on the 15th, Wed (Alabang). Learn how to make GLUTEN-FREE PIES on the 22nd, Wed (Alabang) and 26th, Sun (Makati). Discover ways of preparing QUINOA on the 25th, Sat (Makati). And make sumptuous SOUPS on the 29th, Wed (Alabang).
To sign up, click here.
VEGAN NOCHE BUENA cooking class is happening next Wednesday December 11 in Alabang! Learn how to make scrumptious, holiday-appropriate dishes that are nourishing as they are celebratory.
On the menu, from bottom left:
Lentil meat loaf with tomato sauce
Tofu roast with chestnut stuffing and gravy
Garlicky roasted vegetables
Mango cream pie
DATE: December 11, Wednesday
TIME: 10am to 2pm
WHERE: Kitchen Revolution HQ, Alabang (inquire for exact location)
CLASS RATE: P1,950 if paid by Monday the 9th, P2,200 if paid after Monday
To sign up and get more info, text 0917-894-5086 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last week, I had the privilege to share a healthy yet festive dish on the Good Morning Girls show on TV5. I whipped up this recipe and it is fab! It’s super easy, quick to assemble, and healthy without tasting like it is. You can add any vegetables you have on hand – the key is to use different colored ones for maximum antioxidant, nutrient, and presentation impact.
These rolls get robust flavors from fresh herbs and the sauce itself. Try making these for a healthy weekday lunch or for your next holiday potluck. Feel free to play around with the filling – why not try grated fresh beets? You can grate the carrot, too. Add strips of pan-seared tofu or chopped toasted peanuts for protein, or sautéed mushrooms for more savory goodness.
You can find Vietnamese rice paper in most grocery stores. My neighborhood supermarket carries them in the taco shell section. I like these better than regular lumpia wrappers because they’re gluten free, keep for months in the pantry, and don’t tear easily. I love adding mango to these rolls – it marries well with fresh vegetables and the sauce.
Impromptu DESSERT MAYHEM: CHOCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS pastry class is happening this Sunday in Salcedo Village, Makati City! This is the last class in Makati for the year. Learn how to make gluten-free (with gluten-full options), dairy-free, egg-free, and cholesterol-free variations of well-loved chocolatey desserts.
On the menu, clockwise from top left:
Chocolate chip cookies
Frozen chocolate cream pie
Chocolate peanut butter cups
Chocolate cake with fudge frosting
DATE: Sunday, December 8
WHEN: 2pm to 6pm
WHERE: Salcedo Village, Makati (inquire for exact address)
CLASS RATE: P1,750 if paid by Thursday by bank deposit, P2,000 after Thursday.
To sign up, click here.