Nipala Kedongding Cooking Class
Nipala Kedongding Balinese Cooking Class is presented for those people with keen interest in authentic Balinese food and culture. Learn to cook well-known local dishes in a relaxed and friendly environment. Small classes (only 1-12 people) are held in traditional open kitchen, and led by certified Balinese cooks, making for a highly personalized and rewarding experience.
Each class starts with a trip to a local market to buy fresh ingredi-ents. You’ll get a feel of real Balinese culture as you experience its rich colors of tradition and the unique flavors and smells. Participant then prepare a complete 5-course set lunch which will be served after the class.
This exciting program is the ideal way to enjoy an authentic cultural and culinary experience. It is also perfect for the serious home cook who want to learn how to cook authentic Balinese food for their next dinner party, for spouses accompanying husband or wife on a business trip, or the adventurous traveler wanting to explore more than just enjoying the beautiful island.
Exclusive cooking class 700k
Participan Pick-up Time Table :
|AREA||MORNING CLASS||AFTERNOON CLASS|
|NUSA DUA||06:00 am – 06:30 am||13:00 pm – 13:30 pm|
|KUTA||06:30 am – 07:00 am||13:30 pm – 14:00 pm|
|SANUR||07:00 am – 07:30 am||14:00 pm – 14:30 pm|
|UBUD||08:00 am – 08:30 am||15:00 pm – 15:30 pm|
We provide FREE pick up transport in Ubud Area
Our course are started with morning market to take advantages of cooler outdoor temperature for shopping, preparing and cooking. In Bali Markets are mostly opened early in the morning, as perishable foods are at their peak. The traditional market is a great place to introduce students to Balinese culture and Life style. Your guide will explain about Balinese tasted and customs, local meat, fish, and other product, finding ingredients and unique way of bargaining in Balinese style. Touring a traditional outdoor market provides experiences how Balinese people spend their time before cooking. These processes are as important as those in the kitchen.
Arrived at the compound you are welcomed with Balinese coffee or tea with Balinese cake created by the culinary team of our cooking class. Introducing some well-ground herbs and spices in our organic garden is an extra experience before the students start the lesson in our Balinese Kitchen.
Students are taught to process the food with traditional utensils and tech-niques. Paste and sauce preparation is one of the most interesting and important aspects of Balinese cooking, with two types of way Balinese spices preparations, chopped on a wooden chopping block and ground in a stone mortar before being cooked in a variety of ways of Balinese dish. All prep work and cooking are hands-on experiences, performed entirely by our students.
Jukut Urab (V)
Mixed Balinese salad with organic Balinese red bean, grated coconut and sambal goreng
Calon Be Siap
(V: bean curd / tempe)
Balinese spiced meat ball with cayote and clear chicken soup
(V: bean curd / tempe)
Grilled minced chicken in Balinese spice, wrapped around a lemon grass stick and chicken skewer with peanut sauce
Tahu Mesanten (V)
Tofu with organic vegetable in Balinese coconut sauce
Dadar Gulung (V)
Pandanus leaf scented pancake with coconut and palm sugar
Jalan Raya Payangan Banjar Pengaji No. 31 Payangan,
Gianyar 80572, Bali
Call/WA: +62 878 6063 1032 Contact Person: Wayan Susana (Apple)