Hosted by Simran Singh & Stacie Dong of A Little Yumminess. Nasi campur (Indonesian for “mixed rice,” also called nasi rames) is a dish of rice topped with various meats, vegetables, peanuts, eggs and other condiments. Depending on the region, nasi campur may include several different side dishes, including vegetables, fish and meats. It's a staple meal of Southeast Asian countries and especially popular in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. This class focuses on the Indonesian family table and nasi campur, essential Indonesian ingredients (show & tell, where to buy them), basic Indonesian-style curry paste, and sambals & condiments.
- Kare Ayam – Chicken Curry
- Vegetable Curry
- Balinese Bumbu - Spice Paste
- Sambal Telur – Chilied Eggs
- Tumis Kacang Panjang – Green Beans in Sweet Soy
- Sambal Goreng – Fried Chili Seasoning
- Acar – Indonesian Pickle
- Kolek Pisang – Bananas with Coconut, Pandan & Palm Sugar
Passionate about the intersection of cuisine and culture, Simran Singh and Stacie Dong have been teaching, writing about food, and developing recipes together since 2010. They teach classes for both adults and kids with a focus on flavorful, authentic home cooking. Their summer camp, “A Little Yumminess Around the World,” introduces young cooks to world cuisines and the cultural traditions behind the foods they make. In addition to teaching, they write for publications such as the San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area Parent. They also share their favorite globally inspired recipes and family food adventures on their blog.
6:30 – 9:30 pm
$95 / person + tax – SOLD OUT