Confucius Cooking Class

Confucius Cooking Class
Monday, April 3, 2017

On to round two: In this class we will be demonstrating two dishes: General Tso’s Chicken and Spring Rolls. The class will demonstrate step-by-step instructions and students will have the opportunity to give it a try.

Place:

UNL East Campus

Leverton Hall 206

Time:

April 3, 2017

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Registration Fee:

$20.00

 

General Tso’s Chicken (zuogong ji, 左公鸡) Named after the famous nineteenth century General Zuo Zongtang, it is now a Chinese dish beloved by American dinners. It is made from battered balls of chicken fried in a tangy and/or mildly spicy sauce with scallions and sometimes broccoli.

 

Spring Rolls (chunjuan, 春卷), or sometimes called eggrolls, are a common Chinese appetizer of deep-fried yummy goodness. Fillings can vary, but usually have a mixture of vegetables, such as cabbage, carrots, beansprouts, or mushrooms, and sometimes meats, such as pork, shrimp, and chicken. The filling is then wrapped in a wheat or rice flour wrapping and deep fried.  

 

Since the cooking class is one of our more popular classes, registration is on a first come first serve basis. Students are not considered registered until we have received the registration fee. The registration fee is $20.00 and is used to cover the cost of ingredients, utensils, and clean-up.

 

To register:

E-mail: confuciusinstitute@unl.edu

or

Call: (402)472-5370

or

SIGN UP ONLINE

 

Submit registration fee of $20. Once we receive the registration fee, your place in class is assured. Classes are capped at 20 students. Checks should be made out to the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Checks should be hand delivered or mailed to:

900 N 16th St.

Nebraska Hall W. 205

Lincoln, NE 68588-0542

PO BOX 880542