Balinese Cooking Class Menu

Balinese Cooking Class Menu

If you are interested in learning how to prepare Balinese signature dishes but you do not have too much time to dedicate to it, consider to join our class. Register now by online form or direct. With reasonable fee, 10 subject menus per class, include transfer service (Kuta, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Seminyak, Jimbaran area only), traditional market tour (morning class only), booklet, and certificate.

 

Monday – Thursday

  • Grilled Fish in Banana Leaves
  • Balinese Beef Satay
  • Chicken Curry
  • Spinach in Tomato-chilli Sambal
  • Balinese Gado-gado
  • Balinese Nasi Goreng
  • Carrot & Cucumber Salad
  • Fresh Sambal
  • Green Pancakes with Coconut
  • Black Rice Pudding
Tuesday – Friday

  • Beef in Balinese Sauce
  • Grilled Fish
  • Fried Noodles
  • Fried Rice
  • Balinese Chicken Satay
  • Roasted Eggplant Sambal
  • Tofu Fritters
  • Bean & Coconut Salad
  • Bubur Sum-sum
  • Pisang Rai
Wednesday – Saturday

  • Fish Curry
  • Shredded Spiced Beef
  • Chicken Satay
  • Fern Lawar
  • Sweet Corn Patties
  • Fragrant Yellow Rice
  • Fried Rice
  • Fruits in Coconut Milk
  • Fried Banana
  • Hibiscus Tea

Morning Class starting at 7 am. We will pick you up with our transportation from your place/hotel. Instructor will guide you to the Kuta traditional Market to buy and explain traditional herbs and spices and also local culture. After visit Traditional market about 1 hour you will enjoy traditional breakfast dishes and snacks. There is no Traditional Market visit for Evening class. Before practical session, the instructor will explain details of every traditional ingredients that will be used for cook. After you are familiar to the ingredients, you will start to cook with traditional techniques and utensils. With the assistance of our professional cooking teachers, prepare a complete menu based on Balinese recipes- nine main dishes and 1 dessert, during an 8 hours hands-on cooking class in English, followed by lunch based on the prepared dishes, accompanied by traditional drink (Hibiscus Tea and Balinese Rice Wine).