Covid-19 lockdowns mean long afternoons with no after-school activities, so there’s no better time to learn how to cook a meal for your family.
In Kea Kids News today, we head to Auckland, where we join 10-year-old Zoya Sarhawat as she whips up a tasty lockdown dinner.
Zoya says her parents own some “awesome restaurants” and know how to make everything from chicken sliders to pork vindaloo.
“But this lockdown, it’s my turn in the kitchen!” she says.
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“Listen up, kids. I’m going to teach you how to make my super-tasty Asian chicken wings – your family will love them, too.”
Zoya goes through all the steps in the video above, so make sure you watch it closely and write down the ingredients.
She says her chicken wings are “delicious” and tells the kids watching: “You can make these for your family, too.”
Also on Kea Kids News today, we meet child health specialist Dr Richard, who explains why the Covid-19 Delta variant is so scary and how kids can stay safe – there’s even a rap that tells you everything you need to know!
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