Vegan Recipes from Anatolia | Chef Ali Açıkgül



Vegan Recipe’s from Anatolia with Chef Ali Açıkgül

Date: Monday, 13 May 2024
2:30 – 5:00 pm
2.5 hours
Class Size:
Min. 5 – Max.15 Students
Chef Ali Açıkgül
Location: 10 Maple Street W1T 5HA (Nearest tube stations: Warren Street and Goodge Street)

The Anatolian kitchen has a rich tradition of vegan recipes that are not only delicious but also sustainable. Join us at Yunus Emre Institute London for a masterclass with Chef Ali Açıkgül on tasty, easy, and zero-waste vegan recipes that adorn the Turkish culinary tradition. Four delightful recipes will be prepared in this workshop:

  • Yemlikli Pilav: A traditional Turkish dish made with rice and a variety of vegetables. It’s a hearty and nutritious meal that’s perfect for vegans.
  • Çirli Kabak: This is a delightful dish made with pumpkin, tomatoes, and a mix of aromatic herbs and spices. It’s a staple in the Anatolian vegan cuisine.
  • Pohnut: This is a special dessert from Malatya, prepared mainly with dried mulberries and walnuts. The combination of these ingredients creates a unique flavor profile that is both sweet and nutty, making it a delightful treat for those with a sweet tooth.

These recipes are not only delicious but also contribute to sustainability by minimising food waste. Learn how to create these delightful dishes and reduce your environmental footprint.

Throw away less while adding to your recipe repertoire this London Craft Week!

Allergen Information: The recipes in this workshop may contain wheat, soy, and nuts. Unfortunately, the original recipes cannot be modified to accommodate any substitutions or alterations. Please contact us before booking your course if you need further information about the ingredients.

Enjoy the masterclass and happy cooking!