international Street Festival: Cooking Demonstrations
Click through the videos below to watch members of Pakistani Student Association (PSA), Indian Student Association (ISA), Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA), Nepalese Student Association (NSA), Korean Student Association (KSA), and Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) teach you how to cook various recipes from their respective cultures. Make sure to check out the Recipe Box below so that you can download the recipes and cook alongside the student organizations!
Click the links below to download the recipes for each of the cooking demonstrations, along with recipes submitted by members of the UGA community. We invite you to cook alongside our students and to email a photo of yourself and your culinary creation to email@example.com or to post on your social media tagging @ugaisl and using the hashtag #internationalstreetfestival.
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In this video, KSA is going to show you a famous Korean dish called ttukbaegi-bulgogi (뚝배기불고기). You might have experienced bulgogi cooked as BBQ on a grill at a Korean restaurant, but ttukbaegi-bulgogi is cooked and served in a stew in a sizzling hot traditional Korean earthenware pot. It takes a while for the earthenware to heat up, but once it’s heated, it keeps warm for a long time. Earthenware pots will retain the heat while you are enjoying your meal, all the way down to the bottom. It’s not mandatory to have a ttukbaegi for this dish, and you can use a metal pot if you want. Also, you can add any vegetable you like and/or that is available at hand!
Welcome! The Indian Student Association is delighted to present a part of our culture in form of a delicious recipe! Anda Curry or egg curry is a very common preparation in different parts of India. It is not specific to a single state, community, or group, yet has been embraced by Indians all over. All ingredients used in this preparation are easy to source through Amazon and local stores and our president and resident chef, Ameya, will guide you through the process step-by-step. We hope you try this out and let us know how it goes!
Pakistani Student Assocation is so excited to celebrate International Street Festival with you and the ISL community. In celebrating ISF, we have created this fun little cooking demonstration for you to enjoy. We hope you enjoy this easy-to-make recipe for Tandoori Chicken Pizza.
Come along with Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA) as we show you a few of the Korean must-try dishes! Apart from presenting how to eat Korean BBQ, the most widely-known Korean dish, we will also be exhibiting the traditional Korean street food called “Boon-shik” along with a popular Korean stew and the history behind it. Hope you enjoy!