Winner Winner Chicken (or Tofu) Dinner

Laura Scheck
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Taught by Laura Scheck

Laura Scheck is the founder of Teaching Table, a culinary education platform that aims to inspire others to cook foods that are better for their bodies, their families, and their communities. Laura previously worked as a teacher and adult educator and was trained at the Natural Gourmet Institute, making her uniquely suited to share her passion for food in an educational way. Teaching Table provides public cooking demos and workshops, lessons targeted towards individual needs and special diets, private cooking classes & events for cooks of all ages and experience levels, as well as tips, techniques, and recipes via a blog and social media.

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Do you crave easy weeknight dinners you can make with no planning, one pan, a few ingredients and little effort? All you need is chicken pieces (or tofu blocks), any vegetables, and random condiments or sauces. In this class, you will make your own winner winner 40-minute one-pot chicken dinner (or two) and conceptualize countless other future meals. Chef Laura will demonstrate 3 winning one-pot wonders, like Whole Grain Mustard Braised Cabbage and Chicken Thighs; Marmalade & Thyme Glazed Chicken Breasts with Potatoes and Leeks; Hella Hot Wings with Charred Broccoli; or Miso Soy and Ginger Lime Marinated Thighs with Bok Choy. You’ll learn adaptable methods for whipping up chicken (or tofu) and vegetables in one pot, inspired by the contents of your fridge.

This is a hands-on live virtual class.

Vegetarian friendly.

Register by completing the form to the right. Some minimal prep required.

What You “Need”:

  • chicken pieces (bone in thighs are most versatile, but also wings, legs, bone-in breasts) or tofu

  • vegetables, such as carrots, leeks, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, turnips, etc.

  • salt

  • pepper

  • cooking oil, like canola or olive

  • condiments and sauces such as hot sauce, jam, marmalade, fish sauce, mustard, vinegar, curry paste, etc. (honestly, I’m so excited to see what you find in your fridge)

  • lemons or limes

  • cast iron skillet or roasting pan

  • knife

  • cutting board

  • dutch oven or large (3qt or bigger) wide (10inch diameter) sauce pan with lid

  • meat thermometer, optional but recommended

No special tools or ingredients required. We teach substituting with confidence.

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