Learn how to make your favourite Malaysian food at a peaceful neighbourhood in Kuala Lumpur just 20 minutes train ride away from the city.
Sara Khong, a professional cook and author of four Malaysian cookbooks, welcomes you to her family home to make Malaysian cuisine together.
Start your morning with a glass of flower tea before exploring the organic edible garden with over 50 herbs, spices, and flowers used in everyday cooking. See, touch, smell, and taste a variety of local plants like curry leaves and turmeric.
You will cook, hands-on, five Malaysian food of your choice. You will also receive printed recipes so that you could recreate it at home.
Lastly, enjoy a delicious meal while hearing stories of the Malaysian way of life.
MALAYSIA’S NATIONAL DISH
Nasi Lemak is Malaysia’s defacto national dish. Rice, a Malaysian staple, is cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf which gives it both taste and fragrance. It is accompanied by sambal, a spicy sauce made from chili and shrimp paste.
The coconut rice, sambal, and its condiment (eggs, peanuts, anchovies, and cucumber) is then wrapped with banana leaf into a pyramids, ready for sale and easy takeaway. Hungry Malaysians will top it up with a side of meat, the most popular being fried chicken.
You’ll see this dish everywhere – at the market, hawker stalls, coffee shop, or restaurants. Malaysian have it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s indeed one of Malaysian most beloved food. We dare say this: you haven’t eaten Nasi Lemak, you’ve never been to Malaysia!
Get to know your instructors for this class.
My home is just 20 minutes train ride away from the city centre (Bukit Bintang MRT Station). Take a train to Taman Connaught MRT Station and exit at Gate C. We can pick you up there.
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