South East Asian Street Food

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Summary of Cooking Class Chef Profile

South East Asia Street Food

Southeast Asiais by no doubt, a region studded with gems of Food Feasts. It is known for its wide variety of mouth-watering Hawker style street-side, quick bites with an explosion of flavours, tastes and aromas. These authentic local treats still use the traditional technique of cooking and most importantly they are cooked from the heart and soul. They are often described as “Soul Food”. These are the recipes that arrived with the earliest immigrants and are true to their multiracial heritage. The rich heritage of these Hawkers food cuisines will surface to give food lovers an understanding of the cuisine origin history.

Being a fine chef and also a trainer, Chris not only prides himself in cooking, demonstrating and educating food lovers but has been travelling to various part of the world. His journeys throughout Asia, he learns, is inspired, samples, eats and eats. What he brings back to us is the history, the culture and of course the unique food of each of the places he has visited.

In this food series, Chris will serve up some of the most popular and famous street snacks acclaimed throughout the South East Asia regions.

Course Duration

  • The course is 3.5 hours in duration.

Cooking

  • All participants will be given the opportunity to cook, under the chefs direction.
  • Participants will be provided with knife kits, aprons and utilise commercial cooking equipment supplied by our industry sponsor Fagor.
  • The Fagor Cooking School is a $1,000,000.00 development of Hospitality Training Australia.

Recipe Pack

  • Each participant receives a recipe pack so they have all the information to prepare this meal at home for friends and family.

More Information

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Cooking class

During his time as a chef, Chris has worked with different celebrity chefs such as Kylie Kwong, Matt Moran, Christine Manfield. He has also appeared in numerous cooking classes and demonstration shows which have included, the "Good Food & Wine Show" in Melbourne and "Slow Food" in Adelaide.

Chris has worked in high profile restaurants and hotels in his career so far, amongst them, Pearl Restaurant. While at Pearl he trained under the guidance of Geoff Lindsay which laid the foundation of him becoming the chef he is today, he also owes a great debt to his mother for nurturing his early interest in cooking. Chris is trained not only in Patisserie but also specialises in Singaporean Asian style cooking using wok-charred techniques.

Chris also does cooking classes and demonstrations at the Queen Victoria Market Electrolux Cooking School and the William Angliss Institute of TAFE.  These classes and demonstrations cover popular themes such as Yum Cha, Wok Magic and even Afternoon Tea with the Queen. 

 

Menu

The following items will be demonstrated during this cooking class:

  1. All time favouite mouth-watering Pork and Lychee"San Choi"Bau" with lettuce buddha cups
  2. Singapore famous quick and delicious Hawkers snack which is the “Char Kway Teow”, a wok-charred flat rice noodle with prawns, eggs, bean sprouts and fried fish cakes.


 

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 18:28
 

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