Cookies! They are not just something we eat.
Learn to make Vegetarian Filipino dishes in a private online class!
5.0 (2 Reviews)
Approximately 1.5 hours
Your host Isi
Isi has been in the food business for over ten years - creating recipes for dairy companies and restaurants, doing food styling and photography and selling spices online. She has recently started "Chili Asylum", an institution dedicated to marketing fresh chilies and chilli products sourced directly from Filipino farmers. Isi says she learned everything she knows about cooking from her Nanay (grandmother) who she watched cook fresh lunches and dinners everyday growing up. Isi loves cooking and serving the local, regional food she grew up eating. Isi enjoys collaborating with other chefs and food lovers in the food business to create new and delicious food.
Learn to make any two popular vegetarian Filipino dishes
Private, one-on-one online instruction with a Manila native
Scheduled mutually at your convenience (host lives in Manila, Philippines (GMT+8)
Customization available for dietary restrictions or preferences
Recipes and ingredients list will be emailed in advance of class
Travel from your own home and learn Filipino culinary traditions!
What will you cook together
Ginataang Gulay (vegetables and beans cooked in coconut milk)
Tofu Mushroom Sisig (best Filipino bar chow can be healthy!)
Tortang Talong (eggplant omelet)
Please choose any two dishes, and include it in the "Special Requests" field
IngredientsSee Full Ingredient List
2-4 pieces long eggplants (if you cannot find those, you can use the big aubergine)
1 red onion, chopped
3-4 pieces tomatoes, any kind, chopped
1 potato, chopped
Whole eggs (2 eggs per eggplant, if you have 2 eggplants, we need 4 eggs)
A few fresh herbs like cilantro, parsley, dill, whatever is available in your garden
Oil for cooking
1/2 cup green mung beans (soaked and pre boiled)
1 to 2 cups of vegetables (pumpkin, squash, eggplant, cut into cubes)
1 ½ cup fresh or canned coconut milk
1 red onion
1 tbsp ginger
5 cloves of garlic
1 tbsp lemongrass
A couple of chili peppers, if you like spice
A bunch of Fresh herbs like moringa, chili leaves, or spinach
2 tbsp coconut oil or any type of cooking oil
1 pack of firm tofu, cut into cubes
1 cup of shiitake mushrooms
1 cup of oyster mushrooms or any other mushrooms you like or available, cut into cubes
5 tbsp oil for frying
3 cloves of garlic, chopped
1 white onion, chopped
1 bell pepper, red or green or yellow, chopped
A couple of fresh chili peppers, if you like spice
"Isi is a lively host and provided such a fun girl night. She was so patient with us and our technological difficulties. We learned so much about her culture and the food was delicious!!"
Diego18 January 2021
"Loved this! Isi was an amazing host, very sweet and accommodating. We are rookies to the cooking scene, and Isi did a great job at explaining everything, and the history behind it. We loved the class, and have cooked adobo twice since then, and its been less that 1 month. 11/10 rating."
$40 initial guest
+ $20 each additional screen
HOW IT WORKS
Submit your request and payment and receive confirmation details and recipe (typically within 48 hours)
Meet your host online at your agreed time for your private cooking lesson!