Indian Cooking Class Master

INDIAN COOKING MASTER CLASS Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Explore food of North India and food of South India in this cooking class. You will see climate, culture and food changes from each of these regions of India. You also learn these differences in cooking styles, techniques and flavour...

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Bone Broth Recipes

  Bone broth has great flavour and nutritional benefits, and many people following Paleo diet may know about soup bones. We love our Pho - Vietnamese National Dish.  A good Pho is a perfectly balanced dish with a rich, salty and spicy flavour cut by a squeeze of lime and fresh herbs. We...

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Japanese Essential Ingredients

JAPANESE COOKING  Japanese cooking at home can be your ultimate choice when it come to full of flavour, light on ingredients, healthy for you and your family and most importantly it is quick to make.    JAPANESE INGREDIENTS  Perhaps you start out with a simple pantry already....

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Vietnamese Cooking Class Master

Vietnamese food is very seductive with Vietnamese recipes hones over the centuries of colonial visitors and tratdiational preparation methods. Vietnamese food celebrates and highlights the flavours, textures and colours of seasonal produce. The first produce of the season is prized. Vietnamese recipes...

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Japanese Cooking Class

Japanese cooking class is a delight to make and eat. With a focus on fresh ingredients and beautiful presentation, step by step we’ll create a range of classic Japanese recipes together. Japanese cooking class menu Jan Mar May Jul Sep Nov Goya Dumplings  pork and ginger filling Daikon Salad  with sesame dressing Okonomiyaki  Japanese pancake Ramen Noodle  Pork and Broth  Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Cup of Miso Soup   Sushi Makings  Salmon and Vegetable Japanese teriyaki Chicken with Rice Daikon Salad with sesame dressing   GOYA DUMPLINGS  Prep Time15 min Cook Time15 min Total Time 30 min |  Make individual   INGREDIENTS  100g lean pork mince 1/4 cup finely chopped or mince cabbage can replace with minced water chestnuts... 1/4 tsp sesame oil 1/2 tasp soy sauce 1 tsp graded ginger 1 garlic cloves, crushed 4 tasp chopped spring onion 12 wonton or dumpling wrappers 1...

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The dumpling party

It's easy to prepare, budget-friendly and great-tasting, so what's not to love about dumplings! We've got chicken, pork, beef, vegetarian and more dumplings to make. LIME/LEMON PASSION FRUIT AND MINT REFRESHER   INGREDIENTS 4 medium limes - juice only and 4 thin slices...

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Indonesian Cooking Class

OTAO Kitchen cooking classes provide a fascinating insight into Balinese food and travel, beliefs and culture through learning about its food, cooking and culinary myths. Class are relaxed and friendly and are held in our cooking studio.  Guests learn about the exotic herbs and spices used in...

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Kohlrabi and Lotus roots

Lotus roots salad with some key ingredients   What is Kohlrabi? You can add Kohlrabi in your lotus roots salad as Kohlrabi is vegetable can be eaten raw or cooked. It is a swollen stem. Kohlrabi is a very commonly eaten vegetable in Germany.  The taste and texture are similar to those of...

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Vietnamese Noodles Pho Soup. What is Pho?

Vietnamese Noodle Soup is Pho. It is a “must” Vietnamese food experience made up of a broth with flat rice noodles, spring onion, coriander, spouts, Thai basil and either chicken or beef. Historically, Vietnamese Noodle Pho Soup was sold late at night or early in the morning by street vendors...

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