Malaysian Hawker's Food Feast

Heart of Hall


Malaysian street food, otherwise known as Hawker Food is made up of a myriad of ingredients all building flavour, texture and depth to dishes.  Often Malasian flavours are a result of family stocks and spice mixes that have been passed from generation to generation. 

In this class, you will be guided by Karen who will use both traditional and modern techniques to create the flavours that make up the melting pot of Malaysian cuisine.  
Working in groups, you will prepare your meal from scratch.  From opening a coconut to make coconut milk and creating a rendang paste.  The highlight of this class will be learning how to make your own noodles.
Karen will then talk you through the accompanying sauces and condiments for the dishes and demonstrate a delicious sambal to go with the Nasi Lemak, the chilli sauce and mince pork sauce to go with the noodles and chat about all the different spices used commonly in Malaysian cooking.
Your Menu
Nasi Lemak with Chicken Rendang
Pan Meen (Handmade noodles) with a mince pork sauce
Spiral Curry Puffs
Teh Tarik drink
Enjoy your 'hawker food feast' in our gorgeous communal dining setting, finishing off with a warm glass of Teh Tarik, a classic Malaysian hot tea.  You will have the opportunity to mingle with the other participants and chat with Karen who will be sharing recipes and ideas, have opportunities to ask questions and learning more about Malaysian cuisine.
Classes are $130 per person and includes:
- a glass of wine on arrival, 
- 3 hour hands on cooking class 
- feast at a communal table on all three dishes made
- access to our private online Facebook group


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