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TOP 10 MALAYSIAN COOKING CLASSES IN SINGAPORE

Course Fees : S$90 to S$642

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Here are the Top 10 Malaysian Cooking classes in Singapore.



11 course(s) offered by 6 institutes in Singapore
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Baking Industry Training College Logo

Prepare Basic Malay Desserts

In the Prepare Basic Malay Desserts, learners will acquire knowledge and skills that are relevant to the kitchen environment.

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Traditional Authentic Malay Cuisine – Nasi Sambal Goreng

Learn how to cook one of the most iconic Malay heritage recipe. You definitely do not need any cooking experience to attend.

Institute by Baking Besties [ Claim Listing ]
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Traditional Malay Hawker Fare

This programme will provide basic knowledge and application skills in various traditional Malay hawker recipes. At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy is an EduTrust-certified institution that cultivates global chefs and F&B professionals in an environment of culinary authenticity.

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Ondeh Ondeh

Ondeh Ondeh, a popular traditional dessert snack, is glutinous rice balls filled with palm sugar that oozes out the moment you bite into these little balls…heavenly!  Think Chocolate lava cake “Asian” style.

Institute by Food Playground [ Claim Listing ]
Palate Sensations Culinary School Logo

Childhood Kueh Kueh

Morning breakfast and tea time are not complete without our local kuehs. Iconic to Malaya, these kuehs take us back to our childhood and brings back memories. Come and learn these recipes with us!

Institute by Palate Sensations Culinary School [ Claim Listing ]
Brettschneider’s Baking & Cooking School Logo

Authentic Malay Cuisine

If you love dishes that ooze in spice and chilli, this is definitely the class for you! Join Chef Jyune as she teaches how to use one whole chicken to make Mee Soto and Ayam Penyet.

Institute by Brettschneider’s Baking & Cooking School [ Claim Listing ]
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Roti Jala with Curry Potatoes

Roti Jala, also known as Roti Kirai, is a kind of Malay crepe that’s sure to be a hit with the whole family. Learn to make this traditional crepe wrapped in curry potatoes!

Cheapest Institute by Food Playground [ Claim Listing ]

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Nasi Lemak (Malay Fragrant Rice)

Nasi Lemak is a perfect mix of flavours: aromatic rice infused with coconut milk, eaten with sambal (spicy chilli paste) or fried anchovies. Learn how to cook up this fragrant rice together with sambal prawns.

Institute by Food Playground [ Claim Listing ]
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Hokkien Mee (Stir-Fried Prawn Noodles)

Fried Hokkien Mee is a lip-smacking noodle dish—comprising yellow noodles and thick 'bee hoon' (vermicelli)—has juicy prawns, squid and served with sambal chilli and a squeeze of lime juice for that added zing.

Institute by Food Playground [ Claim Listing ]
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Ondeh Ondeh

Ondeh Ondeh, a popular traditional dessert snack, is glutinous rice balls filled with palm sugar that oozes out the moment you bite into these little balls…heavenly!  Think Chocolate lava cake “Asian” style.

Institute by Food Playground [ Claim Listing ]
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