This class presents a selection of some of my favourite Balinese recipes from our many visits to Bali.
Join us as we explore the wonderful tastes of this beautiful island paradise, where you will learn to put together your own Balinese banquet to share with friends and family.
Salamat Makan … (Buon Appetito in Indonesian)
Bumbu Bali (Traditional Balinese Spice Paste) – a traditional combination of spices and flavours mixed together into a paste and used as a base for flavouring many different Balinese dishes and curries.
Sambal Tomat – a Balinese spicy tomato sambal used to accompany many grilled meats and chicken.
Ayam Panggang Sambal Matah (Balinese Chicken Salad) – Shredded grilled chicken breast dressed in a tangy lime, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaf dressing.
Satay Ayam (Chicken Satay) & Authentic Handmade Satay Sauce – tender pieces of marinated grilled chicken served with a Handmade Peanut Satay Sauce.
Babi Kecap (Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce) – a wonderful dish of braised pork in ginger & kecap manis (sweet soy sauce).
Mie Goreng (Indonesian Fried Noodles) – stir fried egg noodles with chicken and vegetables – a great “one-wok” meal in itself.
Sambal Green Beans – tender green beans stir-fried with Balinese spices
Bubur Injin (Black Rice Pudding) – creamy Black Rice pudding with Palm Sugar Syrup and coconut
Hello Nico, Thanks for a wonderful and informative yet casual evening on Thursday night. Your demonstration illustrated the simplicity of Balinese cooking while still combining plenty of flavour. I found the explanation of each of the ingredients to be the most beneficial. Also the recipes and notes supplied are of great value for future reference. I am most appreciative of the generous gift of your cook book. It is a beautiful reference to some great recipes which at first glance seem easy to replicate. I am looking forward to using this and I am sure the class notes provided throughout will be of much value. I really enjoyed the evening.Regards, Clinton