Cooking workshops menu August- December 2012 for Open Registrations.

We are pleased to announce our new menus as of February. Presenting to you 3 SINGAPORE STREET FOOD Menus. Due to increasing demand in Feb, we have added an extra date in February for our Open Registrations.

Our new menu is available for Open Registrations, Groups and Company Bookings.
These menus are already on our Online Booking Calendar for Open Registration bookings.

Singapore Streetfood 1 < 28 AUGUST, 18 NOVEMBER Open Registration>

Food and eating is a national pastime in Singapore. And Singapore is famous for its food.
Seeking out those popular dishes from Singapore and cook it yourself? In this menu, you will learn to cook the famous talked about national dish Singapore Chili Crab, Seafood Horfun Noodles in thick gravy, the all time local favourite snack pastry Curry Puff filled with potatoes and last but not least for dessert an oven baked traditional Singapore Malay Kuih Bakar (loosely translated as “baked cake”). Don’t miss this mouth watering food!

Singapore Chili Crab , Curry Puff , Seafood Horfun Noodles , Kuih Bakar

Singapore Chili Crab

Singapore Streetfood 2 < 28 OCTOBER, 9 DECEMBER Open Registration>

When we think of street food or hawker food or food court in Singapore it’s all about good food and Singapore is known as a food paradise. In this menu, you will learn how to make the famous local food known as Otak-Otak which is made of fish and spices wrap in banana leaf a secret recipe, Roti Kirai or Roti Jala “net bread”, a special Coriander Chicken Curry with spiced lime yoghurt and for the sweet ending Kuih Dadar, a soft rolled pandan crepe filled with sweet coconut. It’s addictively delicious!

Otak -Otak , Kuih Dadar , Roti Kirai/Jala , Coriander Chicken Curry with spiced lime yoghurt

Otak-Otak ( Fish & Spices wrap in banana leaf )

Don’t miss this event in Amsterdam. Discover right here in Amsterdam the best food on this one day event at the square in Nieuwmarkt. No entrance fee whatsoever. From Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indonesian,Singapore,Korean food. There will be spectacular shows, dancers, martial arts, music,dragon dance etc. So be there !

Dutch version, taken from Asian Food Festival facebook website:
Laat uw zintuigen werken en kom kennis maken met eigentijdse Aziatische gerechten, variërend van Chinees tot Thais, Japans tot Indisch en Singaporees tot Koreaans. Geniet van spectaculaire shows van o.a. de Minzhone Allstars, een fusie van Aziatische muziek, martial arts, dancers en drakendans. Tevens zullen wij het Chinese nieuwjaar inluiden en dat doen wij graag samen met u! Verder zal auteur Eveline Brilleman haar nieuwste boek presenteren, wat garant zal staan voor een bijzondere nadere kennismaking met het Amsterdamse Chinatown.

Date: 29 Jan 2012
Time : 1300-1900 hours
Location: square of Nieuwmarkt Amsterdam (metro-Nieuwmarkt)

For more info, timing, route description, check out : Asian Food Festival

Besides the multi national asian foodstalls. Here’s the programme on the 29th Jan:

The first Christmas market in the secret garden of Zuidoost Amsterdam. The POPUP Xmas Food Court with streetfood. The Food Court runs for 5 days from 19-23 december 2011, 1100-2000 hours in the previous office building of Bijenkorf canteen in Zuidoost Amsterdam. Specialist food businesses offered varieties of food to public as well as catering to office workers for lunch. Public could sit indoor and enjoy their food in the cozy environment as well as the outdoor courtyard.
This POPUP Xmas Food Court is an initiative by Jefrrey Spangenberg and Rochdale.
Location: Frankemaheerd 2, Amsterdam.

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The first Christmas market in Amsterdam with streetfood!

Shopping for Christmas and have some bits and bites, snacks or lunch break with colleagues?

While you are pondering what to do during 19-23 December , here’s a plan:

During 19-23 december, there is a POP Up Christmas Food court in zuidoost Amsterdam. The location is at Frankemaheerd 2, previously the old Bijenkorf office building. It is ideal and easy to reach by car, public transport and metro (Bijlmer Arena). Also office workers from the nearby offices are more than welcome to join and try out streetfood by various food specialists for their lunch break. There are table and chairs where you can enjoy your meal indoor and if the weather helps, there is also a cozy indoor garden.

A chance not to be missed as this is the first Christmas Food Court which offers variety, the best food and affordable food.

Come and try out our food as Flavours Of Singapore will be at the stand offering delicious Singapore satays, dim sum dumpling and Singapore spring rolls! We will be grilling our homemade satays on a charcoal grill!
Eat your heart out!

Address: Frankemaheerd 2. Aan het einde van de Bijlmerdreef, naast de Openbare Bibliotheek ZO.
Dates: 19 – 23 december 2011 (monday to friday)
Time: 11:00 – 20:00 uur.
Free entrance. All are welcome.
Free Parking

The face behind Flavours Of Singapore is Rosie G. (1975) a Singaporean currently living in The Netherlands.

Rosie G.

Rosie G.

Flavours Of Singapore started in the beginning of 2010 and is the host of the first authentic Singapore Cooking Workshop in The Netherlands. Rosie G. is the initiator of this unique concept, as she brings the Singapore kitchen to The Netherlands to introduce the true Flavours Of Singapore. Rosie succeeded big-time. With interesting and cozy workshops Rosie stole the heart of the people in Netherlands. Her enthusiastic style of coaching combined with her great knowledge of Asian food, the Singapore kitchen in particular, makes every workshop a fantastic experience.

Rosies passion for Singapore food did not just stop at cooking: Previously, she owned the locally popular Rosie’s Nasi Padang back in Singapore. With her background of having mothers that are great cooks who went to cooking courses at a young age and later on got involved in food business, it was those motivation and tips in cooking that got Rosie interested in food and cooking at a young age.

After spending some time in her career in sales and marketing, Rosie decided to stop her work and became an entrepreneur to pursue her ambition and passion in the food business. She first started in Singapore and combined with her knowledge in cooking and food business Rosie took her experiences to Amsterdam. When she came to The Netherlands 4 years ago she saw that Asian cooking was different than back in Asia. She also discovered that Singapore kitchen is not so much known in The Netherlands.

Rosie opened her own cooking workshops 2 years ago in 2010. Every day she shares her passion for food with anyone who is interested. She teaches the public to cook authentic Asian food, pass her knowledge about Singapore food and encourages people not to be afraid to cook Asian food from scratch. Rosie has taught not only Dutch people but French, Brazilian, Asians, Indonesians, Americans, British etc.

Until today, Rosie is busy giving cooking workshops, doing cooking demonstrations to the public, involves in projects given by companies, appear in festivals and events and sometimes when she is free, she’s in her kitchen making new recipes for her recipe website