Cooking Traditional Food Class in Penang with Nazlina
Cooking traditional food class in Penang can be experienced here:
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The morning classes include a local breakfast as part of the experience. We will learn a lot about Malay, Nyonya dishes and hawkers' food dishes. The afternoon classes involve a tour at the spice shops at Little India, five minutes walk away from Nazlina Spice Station.
Everyone is invited to sign up for the class. The class takes three to five hours and involves hands-on experience.
You will learn to identify the spices used and get involved in the cooking process. The fees also include a wet market tour or Little India tour.
If you have been wondering the correct ways to make curry or how to get that special color and taste for the rendang, here is the perfect class that you should take up.
We will have fun using the old methods for grinding spices.
We could extract fresh coconut milk manually ourselves to get that fresh creamy milk (if you are up to it). Learn the names of the spices, its smell, how to handle them and some obscure traditional tips that you may not find in any other cookbooks.
Learn how to fold nasi lemak using the banana leaves.
Discover how many types of ketupat you can make out of coconut leaves.
This cooking traditional food class should be fun and educational.
Even children can enjoy it! We do have cooking class programs for children and teenagers.
The class is also perfect for a team building exercise.
So, come and join us. Please fill up the form below. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. We need at least a day notice before the date of the class.
There is no minimum number of students. We still cater to one person on a scheduled date. Menu can be flexible, do not be shy and let us know if you have a special request on any particular dish not scheduled in the timetable.
Please fill up the form below or send text messages (SMS) to Nazlina at +6012-4538167 to book your session at least a day before. Nazlina will not be able to answer calls before 1 pm because she might be teaching at that time, so text messages and emails are preferred.
Please book in advance for Friday afternoon vegetarian classes as we need to buy enough fresh ingredients in the morning.
Rate for each class: RM135/adult, RM100/child (between 6 and 16 years old).
Eating time is the best!
Menu for Apr-June 2013 at Nazlina Spice Station at no. 71, Stewart Lane, George Town.
Meet in front of Campbell Street market at the corner of Campbell Street and Carnarvon Street at 7.30 a.m. or request for transport. If you stay within 10 minutes walk to the area of the meeting point, please refer to George Town map in order to get there. Class approximately ends at 12.30 p.m.
For afternoon classes, go straight to Nazlina Spice Station at 71, Stewart Lane, at 3 pm. IMPORTANT: Advanced booking is required for afternoon classes.
We can provide pick up service from Batu Feringhi to George Town with a nominal charge when requested but it is subject to availability.
Vegetarian classes is at 3 pm on Fridays. Advanced booking is required for the afternoon classes as we prefer the buy the fresh ingredients in the morning at the market.
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