(IN DUTCH) Menu Augustus- December 2012 voor Open Inschrijvingen : SINGAPORE STREETFOOD

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Singapore Street Food 1 < 26 AUGUSTUS, 18 NOVEMBER open inschrijvingen>
> Menu: Singapore Chili Crab , Curry Puff , Seafood Horfun Noodles , Kuih Bakar <   Eten is een favoriet tijdverdrijf in Singapore en Singapore staat bekend om haar keuken. Zin om deze favoriete gerechten te leren kennen en ze ook thuis te kunnen koken? In dit nieuwe menu leer je de nationale gerechten kennen en koken, Singapore Chili Crab, Seafood Hor Fun Noodles in een dikke saus, Singapore's favoriete snack het Curry Puff pasteitje, gevuld met aardappel en het laatste, maar zeker niet het minste dessert, een ovenbereid en traditioneel Singapore Malay Kuih Bakar (wat zich laat vertalen als 'gebakken cake'). Mis dit watertandend lekker eten niet!   Voetnoot: Er zitten zeevruchten in dit menu, de krab in Singapore Chili Crab kan niet worden vervangen door een ander. Er wordt geen varkensvlees gebruikt in dit menu. De prijs bedraagt €59 per persoon.)) [caption id="attachment_153" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="Singapore Chili Crab"][/caption]

Singapore Streetfood 2 < 28 OKTOBER , 9 DECEMBER open inschrijvingen>
Menu: Otak -Otak , Kuih Dadar , Roti Kirai/Jala , Coriander Chicken Curry with spiced lime yoghurt

In Singapore kent eenieder de termen street food, hawker food of food court. In feite eten, welk bereid wordt in stalletjes in de open lucht in het tropische Singapore, het eetparadijs van het verre oosten. In dit menu leer je de lokaal beroemde Otak-Otak kennen en bereiden, wat een visgerecht, verpakt en geroosterd in een bananenblad is. Maar ook Roti Kirai of Roti Jala “visnet brood”, een speciale Coriander Chicken Curry met pittige yoghurt-limoen dressing en voor de zoetekauwen Kuih Dadar, een zachte pandan pannenkoek met zoete kokos. Verslavend lekker!

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

It was a great weather to start the festival. From 22-25 September 2011, Taste Of Amsterdam the biggest culinary event in The Netherlands was held yearly at Amstelpark in Amsterdam. Beautiful white tents, marques, props and tiptoply organized, there were Small Producers Market, The Wine Theather, The Beer Theater, Restaurants, Foodie Market etc, beautiful pop up carts and delicious food tastings, the event attracted more than 20,000 visitors during the 4 days festival.

It was buzzing everyday from the start of the day till midnight. It felt like a party park. The park seems to come alive, people interacting with each other, lots of food tastings, drink tastings and with a common goal in mind- FOOD!
It was a foodies galore! Everyone was in good spirits. The restaurants were busy and food was sold out. It was not just any food but unique small producers, ethnic food that you will think, hey I have not seen this potato chips before and it tasted very good.

Well, we were here at the festival and Rosie G. from Flavours Of Singapore was at the Small Producers stand promoting Singapore food and her cooking workshops. She is based in Amsterdam and has been diligently promoting Singapore food and teaching how to cook better in terms of Asian cooking for the last 2 years.
Flavours Of Singapore was at the stand promoting homemade pastes, cakes and food tastings during the festival. See our video for more of Taste Of Amsterdam and Flavours Of Singapore.

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Cheers!

The second edition of the Culinair Festival Amuse took place at the beautiful Sloterplas, by the water opposite de Meervart. Organized by the Municipality Amsterdam in the district New-West (Gementee Amsterdam, Stadsdeel Nieuw-West), it was a successful event on 9 July 2011 as the event was crowded, the cooking workshops and dinner was full. People came to enjoy not only the weather but the delicious snacks offered by the stalls and Rosie G. from Flavours Of Singapore did an open air cooking workshops to the public. After 2 hours of cooking and teaching, Rosie presented to the diners, 250 amuse glasses of Singapore chicken satays filled with satay peanut sauce, cucumber and sweet pineapples for dinner. Along with that, we had a buffet feast of exotic cooked food by ethnic groups from the neighbourhood. Overall it was a day and night full of delicious food, snacks, cakes, great dinner,music and company at the dinner table!

Have a look at our video and enjoy!

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