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Exotic South East Asian Home Entertaining Dishes
Thursday 23/11/2017 @ 10:00 - 13:00$85 - $86
About the Class:
Learn how to make some South East Asian delicacy the next time you’re entertaining at home! These dishes and desserts will simply leave you asking for more!
1: Roti Jala (Lacey Crepe):
This is a thin layer lace-like crepe for wrapping up Curry savoury fillings to serve in home gatherings. A more elegant way of serving Roti Jala.
2. Low Cholesterol Healthy Boneless Curry Chicken:
For health conscious people this is a good recipe to learn, it is yummy, can be used as a filling for Roti Jala or for Sandwiches.
3. Kueh Dadar (Dessert):
Mini spring roll like pancake with sweet fragrant grated Coconut fillings.
Also served at Nonya gatherings & available in Nonya food outlets.
Demonstration with hands on participation during some part of class.
What you can learn at the class
– Attendees will get to learn all 3 recipes through demonstration from the instructor.
– Participants may have hands sessions on how to swivel the batter from the Roti Jala cup with holes at the bottom.
– Participants may have hands on sessions to roll their own Kueh Dadar.
What’s included in the ticket fee?
Class fee, ingredients, apron on loan, food tasting portion & recipe.
For hygiene purposes, please remove rings and bracelets during the classes.
Combining her love for food and teaching, CATherina Hosoi (“CAT”) is a food consultant and cooking teacher since 1985. Operating from an independent cooking studio for more than 30 years, CAT has been developing recipes for regional food companies and conducting cooking classes for locals, expats and travellers to Singapore.
CAT also sits on the judging panel of cooking competitions, serves as the Chief Food Consultant for a five-star Balinese resort – Ubud Green. For many decades, CAT has been contributing her recipes to several magazines and cookbooks such as Her World, Appetite, Bakery Indonesia, Gourmet Guru’s Mini Cookbook series, MCYS Foster Mothers’ Cookbook, etc. By the invitation of a renowned international publisher Marshall Cavendish, CAT has written and published a cookbook, “Cooking Classics – JAPAN” which features a collection of 42 recipes which she often cooks for her loved ones. This book is a culmination of her 35 years’ research work on Japanese cuisine and is now available in leading bookshops and also online worldwide via www.amazon.com. Autographed copies of the cookbook are available at Culinary Hobby Class. For several years, CAT also appeared on multiple national TV and radio shows to share her culinary knowledge and recipes to the local audience. Also, she has served as culinary CATherina Hosoi said, “Experience an enriched lifestyle through food culture.”
Having completed a Confinement Nanny Training Programme conducted by WINGS and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital in October 2015, CAT’s latest research interest is in the areas of pre-natal, pregnancy and post-natal culinary knowledge and recipes.
Although new fusion cuisine is emerging everyday, CAT strongly believes that we must not forget to preserve the traditional flavours. Besides working as an F&B consultant, teaching is her greatest passion.