Our Cooking Class
If you’re looking for an immersive cooking experience in Indonesia, a Sanur cooking class with cooking coach Lira is the perfect way to learn about Indonesian home cooking. Lira brings her expertise to the table, teaching you how to prepare authentic Indonesian dishes from all regions of the country.
You’ll start your cooking class with a cup of coffee or tea, and you can see the fresh ingredients used in traditional Indonesian cooking. Then it’s time to get cooking! Lira will provide step-by-step instructions on how to create delicious dishes from the comfort of your own home. You’ll learn how to make bumbu's , sambals, and all sorts of tasty snacks and desserts.
The cooking class will also cover the history and culture of Indonesian cuisine, so you can learn more about the culinary heritage of the country. Lira has a wealth of knowledge about the various dishes and ingredients, and she’ll be able to answer all of your questions.
At the end of the cooking class, you’ll be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor. You’ll be able to taste the delicious dishes you’ve prepared, and you’ll have a chance to take home some recipes to try out for yourself.
A Sanur cooking class with Lira is the perfect way to learn more about authentic Indonesian home cooking. You’ll be able to get hands-on with cooking, while also learning about the history and culture of Indonesian cuisine. So why not give it a try?
What we offer
Our cooking class include traditional Indonesian dishes such as:
Ayam Balado - Balado is a type of hot and spicy bumbu (spice mixture) found in Minang cuisine of West Sumatra, Indonesia. It has since spread through the rest of Indonesia
Rendang - A slow-cooked dish of beef, coconut milk, and aromatic spices such as lemongrass, galangal, and turmeric. This dish is traditionally served with rice and is a staple in Indonesian cuisine.
Gado-Gado - A refreshing and colorful salad made with a variety of cooked and raw vegetables, tofu, and bean sprouts. It is dressed with a sweet and tangy peanut sauce.
Sate – Skewered and grilled meat (chicken, beef, or pork) served with a spicy peanut sauce.
Sambal - is a spicy condiment that is typically used as a dip, spread, or topping for various dishes. It is made with a combination of chilies, garlic, shallots, and other ingredients that are ground into a smooth paste or sauce. Sambal sauce can vary in spiciness and flavor depending on the ingredients used, with some versions being mild and others extremely hot.
We also offer cooking classes that focus on regional Indonesian cuisine, such as Javanese, Sumatran, or Balinese. These classes allow you to explore the diversity of Indonesian cuisine and learn about the unique ingredients and techniques used in each region's cooking.
Our cooking classes are hands-on and interactive, providing you with the opportunity to learn from an experienced Indonesian chef and also meet other food enthusiasts. Our cooking classes are suitable for individuals, couples, and groups, and are perfect for team-building events or for celebrating special occasions.
We are committed to providing a fun and educational culinary experience that will leave you with a new appreciation for Indonesian cuisine. Browse our cooking class offerings and sign up for a class today!
At the end of the cooking class, you will receive a certificate of completion.