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Global Kitchen hosts cooking classes in the NYC area led by immigrants in order to preserve and teach traditional recipes.

Top3 Recipes of the Day

Some favorite recipes from our immigrant led cooking classes

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    Yang-nyum-tong-dak (Spicy Sauce Fried Chicken)

    Average Rating: (4.5 / 5)

    To be honest, this is not a traditional Korean dish. It has been popular in Korea for around 40 years. It all began with a single Korean fried ...

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  • Dhaal Puri

    Dhal Puri (Roti)

    Average Rating: (5 / 5)

    According to Veda, Dhal Puri is often made in the morning to have with breakfast. Oftentimes the women of the house will gather and have roti making parties ...

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  • Guyanese Chicken Curry

    Guyanese Chicken Curry

    Average Rating: (3.8 / 5)

    This is a quick and delicious traditional curry-style dish from Guyana. The use of the chicken thighs keeps the meat moist and tender throughout the cooking process. This ...

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    Pork Adobo

    Adobo is the unofficial national dish of the Philippines. Typically Adobo consists of chicken or pork marinated in soy sauce, vinegar and garlic, braised...

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    Kinilaw

    Kinilaw is a Filipino ceviche dish using fresh white fish marinated in cane sugar vinegar, coconut milk, and spices. Recipe courtesy of Melanie Cecilio.

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    Curry Laksa

    Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture, which is a merger of Chinese and Malay elements found in Indonesia, Malaysia...

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    Injera

    Injera is fermented Ethiopian teff flour-based flatbread. Making injera from scratch takes patience more than anything. The recipe is simple, but the fermenting process...