An Introduction to Sichuan Cuisine

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Taught by Diana Kuan

Diana Kuan is a cooking teacher and writer in Brooklyn. She blogs regularly at AppetiteforChina.com and her first cookbook, The Chinese Takeout Cookbook, was published in 2012. 

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Sichuan cooking is well-known for its addictive spicy dishes. And although the flavors are complex, creating the dishes from scratch is surprisingly easy, with a few key ingredients and techniques.

In this 2-hour intro class to Sichuan cooking, you'll learn how to whip up delicious Sichuan dishes in your own kitchen. We'll discuss the various uses of Sichuan pepper, the backbone of Sichuan cooking, as well as other essential ingredients in a Chinese pantry. And of course, we'll create three delicious dishes to share: dan dan noodles, kung pao chicken, and Sichuan cucumber salad.


Vegetarian? Check out our Vegetarian Sichuan class, coming up on August 12th. 

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