Same goes for Malay food but a little different. Malay food has a strong taste, aromatic and spicy, combining with the rich tastes of many herbs and spices usually found in Southeast Asia.
Nyonya Peranakan and Malay food cooking classes
Good food is food for the soul. If you love cooking, if you’ve intended to get together a friend or have a family gathering for some quality time, but are always busy, it’s time to get organised and join concurrently at one of Sarang Cookery Nyonya Peranakan and Malay food classes.
Joining in cooking classes is a good idea especially if you want to improve your cooking skills or learn a new cuisine. Cooking classes are short courses that aim to provide ideas and hands-on experience in specific areas related to food preparation, food presentation, and appreciation.
Sarang Cookery cooking classes also open to school student, tourists and anyone who wants to learn Nyonya Peranakan and Malay traditional cuisine.
You don’t have to commit to weeks of lessons, you just need half a day or less. Check our cooking classes timetable for our cooking classes menu. We have weekday cooking classes, as well as weekend ones, except for Sunday.
At Sarang Cookery cooking classes we will share our passion for Nyonya cuisine, traditional Malay food and fresh ingredients. Among the recipes that we will teach are Ayam Pongteh, Ayam Sioh, mee siam, rendang ayam, kerabu manga and others recipes. Register now to join Nyonya Peranakan and Malay Traditional food cooking class in KL.