“Exposing yourself to various cultures is so vital towards personal growth.” (D Voire)
The first teen cooking class was so much fun! I hope they learned a lot and love the dish! We made Roasted Chili & Cashew Nut Noodle.
They dished the noodle themselves in a noodle box to take home and a kit to practice at home consisting of the sauces and dried noodle. Some couldn’t resist to eat the noodle straight away… haha.. so if parents would like to taste it, they must make it tonight😊
I taught them how to use chopsticks too😊
They had some krupuk and noodle on krupuk for snack and homemade iced tea and water.
The looks at their faces showed it all!
Cooking should be fun, educational and exploring new tastebuds!
We had couple of fussy eaters at the class today, proud moment was when they said “hhmmmm this is nice!” When they tried the Roasted Chili & Cashew Nut Noodle in the class. I can’t help but beaming 😊
They learn to work in a team as well personal responsibility. Continue reading Lemongrass Asian Cooking Class Teens and Adults Classes
Holiday Authentic Asian Cooking Class for Teens (11-18 y/o)
Hi and assalamualaikum all,
I’ve been busy “brewing” some magic. I’m proudly present the cooking class (re)name:
LEMONGRASS – Authentic Asian Cooking Class
Yup, so everything is still under halaalife.com but now the baby has finally got her name 😊 Continue reading LEMONGRASS AUTHENTIC ASIAN COOKING CLASS
What makes South East Asian cuisine aromatic, light and refreshing yet satisfying? The herbs, spices and ingredients. Most of South East Asian cuisines balance 5 taste buds well. The balancing of the five senses plus the spiciness are the secret behind the deliciousness of the food. Although sometimes three or four tastes are more dominant in some dishes. No wonder, upon trying South East Asian food people often describe it as tasty!
The five tastes buds (plus spicy) in South East Asian food represents by ie: Continue reading South East Asian Common Herb, Spices and Ingredients
Hi and Asalamualaikum all 🙂
So last week Cooking Class I was glad that my friend blogger, Nadia from Shiny Sequin Blog attended my cooking class. She took lots of pictures and post a review on her blog. Please check it out: Shiny Sequin Blog Continue reading The First and Only Indonesian-SE Asian Cooking Class Taught by Native Indonesian
Hi and assalamualaikum all,
As requested, the Nasi Padang class with chicken Rendang will be on Sat, 3 March at 2pm in Newlands. Everyone welcome, new attendees welcome to halaalife Asian cooking class family 🙂 See poster for details of the menu 🙂 Book/inquiry: email@example.com
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Slms and hi all 🙂
Come join me on the 3 February at 2 pm for the first Cooking Class for this year!
We are going to make a much loved and comfort food from Indonesia, also popular in Malaysia: Soto Ayam (Chicken Noodle Curried Soup) with all the condiments including potato frikaddels, koya, etc.
We are also going to make Corn Frikaddel which is popular in Indonesia and Thailand.
For Dessert, a white steamed cake which is popular throughout South East Asia.
Book soon to avoid disappointment: firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂