As most of us know, to throw a party, you need the skills and time to do it. But what if you lack the time to prepare and plan? Are there shortcuts or alternatives? One way you can speed things up is preparing a quick but scrumptious and delicate party recipes. In this manner, your party can be simple but sweet. The most important thing is to make it fun and engaging.
With this in mind, SISFU offered a short summer class for “Lunch or Dinner Party Recipes” that focused on making quick and easy dishes that would surely leave your guests satisfied. From cutting, blending, baking to frying, the students engaged in a hand on experience of making their recipes. The recipes made were; Vegetable Crudities with Creamy Blue Cheese and Onion dip, Honey Mustard Chicken Wings, Eggplant Caviar Crostini, Mini Burgers, Shrimp Cocktail, Tostaditas with Corn Salsa and Tropical Fruit Brochettes with orange chocolate dip. It was a day of fun and learning experience for the students.
Photo shows (R-L): Host and Fashion Blogger, Tricia Centenera Valenciano, Co-Founder of PhatBoys Philippines, Janjay Coquilla, Hannah V. Abesamis, SISFU’s Head Culinary Chef, Chef Alvin John Eugenio, Maria C. Kang, Pauline Gail V. Mascariñas, Founder of Kalookies, Khalil Kaimo, Marie C. Koh, Lesley Valenciano Martinez, Blogger, Julia Arenas, The Voice Philippines Finalist, Raymund John Dela Fuente, SISFU’s Marketing and Communication Specialist, Louie Reyes and SM Youth Ambassador/Model, Richard Hwan.
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