Join our cooking classes with Aunty at home in TTDI/Sg Penchala or at the kebun, a little orchard, in Sg Buloh, Malaysia.
Prices start at RM100 per pax.
The Cook with Aunty series of workshops is part of Butterkicap's iniative to save Malaysian Heritage recipes by sharing knowledge and connecting people.
We'll meet at Aunty's family home or at a kebun (little orchard) in the Klang Valley. Begin with homemade tea or coffee before proceeding into her kitchen. This is where you will inherit two to five of her recipes through a hands-on cooking experience. We will end the session with a delicious homecooked feast.
You will cook with ingredients bought fresh from the market and a Malay lunch experience, including coffee and tea. Aunty will also share her kampung stories where she cooked alongside her mother.
Home sessions on Thursday, 10.30am (3 hours).
Kebun (little orchard) sessions on Saturday, Dec 22nd at 10am (4 hours).
Max 8 pax at home
Max 15 pax at the kebun (little orchard). Registration is open.
Aunty welcomes all foodies, explorers, aspiring cooks or simply those just looking to make new friends.
Home-cook extraordinaire, Aunty Zah exudes warmth and comfort. Trained the old-fashioned way - by playing in her mother’s kitchen and learning from friends and family willing to share their recipes - she loves nothing more than spreading her knowledge of cooking to others so that they may carry on the tradition of good home cooking.
Being the wife of a diplomat, cooking and teaching others about Malaysia has become second nature. After all, what better way to celebrate Malaysia than through our food! She has entertained and cooked for foreign dignitaries and hosted events that bring a little bit of home to hundreds of Malaysians living overseas. With decades worth of cooking experience under her belt, you can be assured of learning from someone with stories to tell and knowledge to impart.
Aunty Zah’s Recipes and Stories
3 hour class. Includes conversation, food and cooking. RM 100 per pax (Limited to a group of 8)
Kelas 3 jam. Termasuk sesi sembang sambil belajar, makan dan memasak. RM95 setiap seorang (Terhad untuk 8 peserta).
3 hour class. Includes conversation, food and cooking. RM110 per pax (Limited to a group of 8).
Kelas 3 jam. Termasuk sesi sembang sambil belarjar, makan dan memasak. RM108 setiap seorang (Terhad untuk 8 peserta).
4 hour class. Includes tour of the kebun (little orchard), short talk and cooking workshop. RM150 per pax (Limited to a group of 15).
Kelas 4 jam. Termasuk lawatan Kebun, sesi sembang sambil belajar dan bengkel memasak. RM200 setiap seorang (Terhad untuk 15 peserta).
We Malaysians love our breakfast. Learn how to make a classics morning meal like Roti Canai with Dhal. End on a sweet note with Banana Sago.
• Roti Canai (Malaysian-style Paratha)
• Pengat Pisang (Banana Sago)
If you want a meal that is comforting and warm, noodles sounds about right. Mee Tomato is an addictive classic that will have you coming back for more. End on a sweet note with Ondeh-ondeh.
• Mee Tomato (Tomato Noodles)
• Ondeh-ondeh (Malaysian Pandan Mochi)
If you're looking for simple recipes that will wow anyone, start with this duo that's perfect for tea time. Beautiful Roti Jala, also known as lace pancakes, with delicious chicken curry.
• Roti Jala (Lace Pancakes)
• Kari Ayam (Chicken Curry)
Malaysians love all the meals in between breakfast, lunch and dinner. Absolute favourites include Kuih Bakar and Karipap. Something sweet and something savoury, just the way we like it.
• Kuih Bakar (Pandan Coconut Custard)
• Karipap (Curry Puffs)
Private sessions available with min pax. Email email@example.com to enquire.
Private sessions available with min pax
Malaysia has more than 16 varieties of bananas! From Pisang Tanduk, which can measure the length of your arm, to Pisang Mas, which looks like plump fingers. With all the choices, it’s not surprising we have so many recipes involving bananas.
Learn about our bananas and make five different dishes involving bananas. At the same time, enjoy the grounds where we have several types of fruits and herbs growing. Feel free to also visit our family of goats and chickens.
Learn about the varieties of bananas available. Get a closer look at 8 - 10 different types of bananas. Cook 5 banana dishes: Pisang Goreng, Cekodok, Lepat Pisang, Pengat Pisang and Pisang Rebus. Enjoy tea, coffee and a light meal.
A tour of the kebun (little orchard) introducing you to a variety of fruits trees including rambutan, ciku, mulberries, lime, kedondong and cempedak. Feel free to pluck and eat fruits that are ripe. (Note: Fruits are seasonal). You can also meet our goats and chickens.
We love a heavy breakfast but then again, we eat this dish pretty much any time of the day. Learn how to make Malaysia's favourite breakfast classic - nasi lemak with chili sambal and fried anchovies.
• Coconut Rice (Nasi Lemak)
• Fried Anchovies (Ikan Bilis)
• Boiled or fried eggs
• Steamed kangkong
Good tomato rice is not easy to find. Learn how to make a really good one so you never have to go searching when you're craving. Naturally, what goes better with tomato rice than chicken korma and pineapple cucumber salad.
• Tomato Rice (Nasi Tomato)
• Korma Chicken (Chicken Korma)
• Pineapple cucumber salad (Jelatah
Typical Malay weddings will serve ghee rice. Nothing beats a home-made version with all the added extras of yoghurt, nuts and corn. Yum. It's perfect with meaty dishes such as rendang.
• Ghee Rice (Nasi Bawang)
• Chili Tomato Chicken (Ayam Masak Merah)
If you're looking for a one pot meal, this Bangla Rice fits the bill. One pot fits all. Top with yoghurt and fried shallots for a perfect plate.
• Bangla Rice (Nasi Bangla)
• Spiced chicken
• Fried shallots
• Pineapple Curry (Pajeri Nenas)
Private sessions available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
with Aunty Zah