Community Class - Ethiopian Cooking

Ethiopian Cooking

Date and Time

Sunday 14th April 2024

11:00am - 1:00pm




Made In Hackney, Liberty Hall (black & white building by the common), 128 Clapton Common, Spring Hill, Clapton, London, E5 9AA, UK

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The Event

Woin Tegegn has travelled throughout her native Ethiopia to experience the flavours and traditions and its regional cooking practices. She describes her food as ‘plant-based paradise’ and we think you’ll agree, it’s pretty special.

The character of Ethiopian food is captivating and distinct, bringing together essences of earthy, spicy, sour and tart flavours with brilliantly aromatic spices which has made it very popular. The communal sharing and serving of food with friends and loved ones will be explored, using the famous injera (a fermented flatbread), which when torn with the hand acts as a delicious spoon to scoop each heavenly bite.

Are you enchanted by Ethiopian Cuisine and dream about creating the colourful plates full of flavour and wonder at home? In this class you will be infused with storytelling of the evocative recipes, many passed down through Woin’s family and then developed to fit a modern, plant-based lifestyle. Each plate is crafted to ensure health and nutrition whilst retaining the nostalgic traditions of Ethiopian fare.

Breaking bread brings people together and creates a sense of belonging. Through sharing ancestral skills, techniques and the cultural richness of eating together, Woin supports community and healthy living through sharing her food and the richness of her travels. This translates into an Ethiopian carousel of dishes that you’ll find yourself cooking again at home with ease and pride.

“I'll show you how to make delicious plant-based versions of authentic Ethiopian dishes with love, inspired by recipes handed down through generations." Woin Tegegn, Ethiopic Kitchen vegan caterers.

About Woin Tegegn

Woin is a chef with a specialism in authentic Ethiopian cuisine and veganising traditional dishes. Always a passionate cook, she left a career in IT to pursue her dream of becoming a full-time chef. She travelled extensively around Ethiopia to research the authentic recipes and ingredients of different regions before coming home and launching her catering company Ethiopic Kitchen and taking her sumptuous buffet-style feasts to clients such as Amnesty International. She teaches cookery at Migrateful and is a treasured community class teacher and masterclass teacher at Made In Hackney. She is also a busy mum of three. 

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Note: This is a fundraising class and the proceeds help us fight hunger in our community. At Made In Hackney we believe access to good food is a human right - not a privilege. If you would like to learn more about our work, please click here.

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