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June classes in Alabang

If you’re interested in Makati classes, check the schedule here! If you’re interested in cooking classes for kids in Makati, check the schedule here!

11th, Wednesday – PASTA PARTICIPLE (gluten-free friendly), 10am to 2pm

Get creative with pasta by making these flavor-packed dishes using vegetables, nuts, and fresh herbs. You’ll learn how to make a dairy-free broccoli macaroni and cheese, Sicilian-style spaghetti with pan-roasted cauliflower and almonds, spinach and tofu cheese cannelloni, and fettucine with marinara and roasted vegetables.

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by June 9 Monday, P2150 after June 9 Monday  (prepaying details here)


18th, Wednesday – DESSERT MAYHEM: CHOCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (gluten-free friendly), 10am to 2pm

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

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by June 16 Monday, P2150 after June 16 Monday  (prepaying details here)


25th, Wednesday – PINOY MEETS VEGAN (gluten-free friendly), 10am to 2pm



Discover how to make healthier, meat-free versions of well-loved Pinoy dishes!

Menu includes:

Ensaladang mangga with homemade vegetarian bagoong

Kikiam with sweet and sour sauce

Arroz ala Cubana with roasted saba

Chickpea kaldareta

RATE: P1850 if prepaid by June 23 Monday, P2150 after June 23 Monday  (prepaying details here)




VENUE: a private residence in Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa. Please inquire to get the exact address.

To sign up and get more class details, text 0917-894-5086 or email info@kitchenrevolution.ph.

General info / FAQ’s on classes

How to pay for a class

Cancellation policy

Check here and here for photos of past classes! (Facebook)




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Cooking classes this March

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In the kitchen: Pinoy meets vegan

Finally after a lot of picket fencing, a Filipino-themed class was held last December the 3rd!

One of the challenges of adapting a plant-based diet in this country is recreating more healthful versions of traditional familiar foods. Filipino cuisine is characterized by bold flavors — sour (sinigang), sweet (leche flan), bitter (ampalaya), salty (mangga’t bagoong), spicy (Bicol express). Local umami is almost always achieved by fish (smoked tinapa, bagoong, patis) or pork.

But going veg doesn’t have to mean turning your back on culture! In this class, we explored plant-based renditions of favorite popular dishes. Umami = definitely achieved without the meat.

I’d like to especially mention the vegan pancit palabok which took a lot of heartache and experimentation to get right. Unfortunately I’m not about to give the recipe away! Traditional pancit palabok is made with shrimp broth, smoked tinapa fish, egg, shrimp, and chicharon. We did a vegan version without those but with slightly unconventional ingredients — and yes, it  was amazing.

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Ending 2011 with a bang of cooking classes

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