Saturday July 14, 2012
Make your own teatime treats
HAVE a sweet tooth? Want to learn delicious treats to satisfy you cravings?
Kuali is organising two cooking demonstrations for this month.
Kuali and the Malaysian Institute of Baking are coming up with a workshop on July 21 where you will learn the fine art of making Macaroons, Stollen Bread and Almond Biscotti.
The workshop starts with the basic introduction of baking science (theory). Then, we will whisk you to your workstation where you will don an apron, roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.
For RM100, you will not only be exposed to the wonderful world of baking, but you will also take home a recipe booklet, a goodie bag and, of course, your own tasty creations.
Whatís more? Participants also stand a chance to win baking books.
The other event satisfies your taste for food authentically Nyonya
Learn how to make Popiah Goreng, Roti Jala with Nyonya Chicken Curry and Kueh Ketayap.
If you are keen, register for Kualiís Cook Right, Eat Right demo where you will learn how to make these delights the healthy way.
The demonstration, which will be held at the Cooking House in Desa Hartamas from 9.30am to 1.30pm on July 28, will be conducted by Chef Debbie Teoh.
The fee is RM20 which is inclusive of recipes, goodie bag and food tasting.
With more than 15 years experience in the food industry, Debbie is a true-bred Nyonya who hails from Malacca, whose father is a Malacca Baba and mother a Penang Nyonya.
She has author numerous cookbooks such as Underwraps, Asian Titbits, Penang Food Guide and Cookbook and Nyonya Flavours.
Her latest book is called Authentic Nyonya.
Teoh also develops and tests recipes for companies such as Faber, Aowa, Arezzo, La Gourmet, Kara Santan, Jati, Panasonic, Pyrex, U-Ai, Agromas FAMA, Luen Heng and many more.
Her forte is Nyonya cuisine for both northern and southern Nyonya. She has vast experience in Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Western cuisines for both cooking and baking.
To register for the demo, go to kuali.com.