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Diri Kolé - Rice and Red Beans

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Diri Kolé, we would have to say is THE most popular Haitian dish out there. And cooked with rice, and with our selection of Creole spices. 

 

What to expect

During the workshop
 Recipe explanation and how-to of making the sòs rouj (red sauce) to accompany your Diri Kolé. 

After the workshop
The meals will be packed in zero waste storage method.

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When you select a class “Without ingredients requested”: you will be sent the list of ingredients which you will have to purchase in order to follow along in person or virtually. You can also follow along virtually without the ingredients as a spectator. 

When you select a class “With ingredients requested”: all Ingredients are delivered 24-48 hrs before the class to maintain freshness. 

When you select a class in person “In person ingredients requested”: Lola will bring the necessary ingredients herself to your location.

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When you select a class “Without ingredients requested”: you will be sent the list of ingredients which you will have to purchase in order to follow along in person or virtually. You can also follow along virtually without the ingredients as a spectator. 

When you select a class “With ingredients requested”: all Ingredients are delivered 24-48 hrs before the class to maintain freshness. 

When you select a class in person “In person ingredients requested”: Lola will bring the necessary ingredients herself to your location.

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Growing up in my maman’s kitchen, we were always surrounded with all the wonderful perfumes of her cooking! So, this is exactly what I decided to do, in my own way, during my cooking workshops, in addition to bringing you the multiple tastes and flavors of Haitian cuisine!!


Diri Kolé consists of red beans (usually) cooked with rice, with spices. The difference is in the spices. 

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