From the Peranakan Home Kitchen

From the Peranakan Home Kitchen

21 Jul (Sun) 10am I 28 Jul (Sun) 1.30pm

Regular price $210.00 Sale

21 July (Sunday) 10:00am - 2:30pm : 8
28 July (Sunday) 1:30pm - 6:00pm : 5

10% discount for Returning Participants

In this new menu by Chef Damian, we take a peek into his home kitchen as he re-visits some of the older, unique recipes that he used to enjoy in his growing up years. 

1. Ikan Surani

This old traditional dish is quite forgotten perhaps due to its laborious attention to detail. It contains a paste but most of the work lies in the meticulously sliced ingredients. This dish is usually cooked with baby threadfin making it robust but blissful at the same time.

2. Chap Chye Masak Rempah Titek.

This is a more unfamiliar version of the Peranakan chap chye, but nonetheless mouth-watering due to to the spicy-ness from the chillies and the alluring gravy. To Chef Damian, this is the best chap chye ever - comforting and shiok!

3. Keluak Masak Tulang Babi

The Peranakan dish that almost every non-Peranakan knows! There are numerous versions of this dish. This particular one uses pork legs, ribs and tail to exalt an otherwise humble dish, in fact, this rendition makes the chicken version pale in comparison. Come and find out the "secret" ingredient that goes into the keluak meat!

4. Pulot Hitam

Chef adds a Peranakan touch to this all time favourite dessert. The additional texture and sweetness, from the dried longans gives it such an interesting mouth feel. Combined with a slightly salty coconut cream, this classic dessert is now transformed into a decadent, heavenly top lister in the charts of local desserts!


Demonstration by Chef / Instructor

Take Home Items

Students will sample or take home all the items demonstrated, and receive a Recipe Pack.

Damian D'Silva
Learn more about Damian here