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Migrateful Sri Lankan Cookery Class with Kule

Food
  • 22/11/23
  • 18:15 - 21:15
  • £45 + booking fee

More details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sri-lankan-cookery-class-with-kule-bristol-tickets-726823979087?aff=odcleoeventsincollection&keep_tld=1


Kule from Sri Lanka will guide you through how to prepare his menu from scratch while sharing stories, secrets and inspiration about traditional Sri Lankan food and culture.

Menusubject to change:

  • Katharikai Puli Curry (Aubergine Curry) | Vegan; Mustard
  • Manjal Soru (Yellow Rice) | Vegan; Sulphites
  • Pachai Koli Curry (Chicken with curry leaves) | Meat (Chicken); Mustard
  • Aviththa Muttai Poriyl (Fried Boiled Eggs) | Vegetarian; Egg
  • Cooni Eral Sambal (Belecan/Prawn Sambal) | Fish; Crustacean
  • Ponnanganni Kerai (Ponnanganni or Kale Green Side) | Vegan

This menu caters to both vegans and those who eat meat (chicken) and prawns. Allergens include: mustard, eggs, crustaceans, sulphites.

Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements so our team is aware ahead of the class but kindly note that we will not be substituting any ingredients to accommodate dietary needs so please only book into classes that suit your dietary preferences and needs. Please see our Food and Allergens Policy for more information.

A message from our Chef Kule:

“My name is Kule, and I am from the central part of Sri Lanka.

I moved to the UK in 2003. Most of the time I was relying on take-away and supermarket ready-made food. I was always craving for the flavours that I had in my childhood, especially my mother’s cooking. Ten years later, I was desperate to have these flavours back and called my mum to share her recipes. My mum taught me her secret chicken curry recipe. It was delicious, as good as my mum’s cooking. Ever since, I have tried different recipes and started loving cooking. It became my stress buster!

I cook for my friends’ parties, and they have always loved it. So, I started cooking in bulk for big gatherings. Aside from that, I also enjoy volunteering cooking for different charities around Bristol and love connecting with new people, learning about different cultures and traditions. Migrateful shaped me to become not just an intuitive cook, but now also an organized chef. I love engaging with everyone during classes- learning from different cultures, languages and traditions. I enjoy every moment of it.”

Migrateful is an award-winning charity & social enterprise supporting asylum seekers, refugees & migrants in their journey to integration & independence through preparing them to lead cookery classes in their native cuisine. As well as London & Brighton, Migrateful runs classes in Bristol led by seven different chefs and hosted at Coexist Kitchen and St Werburghs. Cuisines include Sri Lankan, Ghanaian, Sudanese and Nigerian.

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