Learn the fundamentals of essential nutrition, shopping hacks, knife skills as well as many Asian cooking methods for vegetables, salads, meats and fish. One week you'll be taken on a sensory journey through the heart of India, and the next, you'll be learning to create exquisite Japanese dishes.
In this online cooking class for kids, we create a variety of recipes from different cuisines, showing your kid some basic techniques using ingredients you can easily find available at your local supermarkets. Great for all skill levels.
Experience the smells, flavours and textures of Asia in your very own home during this 12 week online cooking course! You will fall in love with cooking again as you connect with expert chefs during live demonstrations and learn the fundamentals of preparing and cooking traditional Asian dishes.
Extra long chopsticks are just perfect for cooking specially for deep frying such as tempura when you want to stay a little further away from. Use them with hot pots and frying pans at a safe distance. The chopsticks are natural bamboo and are safe to use around food. However, these have more uses than just culinary ones! Each stick is ~50cm/16.5 inches long. Use the tip of wooden/bamboo to check the oil is hot when it's bubble.
From dumplings to vegetables we use these stainless steel from IKEA for all our steaming. You can use this for prep and basket to drain veggies when washing them. Great for fish or even sticky rice as well. While you can use bamboo steamers if you get one - just to remember to dry well before you put them away to stop them go mouldy! While you can buy few Ikea steamers to stack multiple deck dumpling treats.
When it comes to Asian household, everyone will have one of these. Cheap and Chearful. The cleaver is mostly used to slice boneless meats, chop, slice. It is an excellent tool for smashing garlic and ginger, and also use it to transfer food from cutting board to wok or frying pan. You can use for cut meat such as chicken, beef for making minced meats. It is multi-purpose kitchen knives. This Thai cleaver looks much like the butcher cleavers familiar in butcher shops in the west, but thinner. Made from high quality stainless steel. The blade is around 20 cm long, 28 cm height and 15 cm wood handle. Product of Thailand
Santoku mean three virtues is a blade style perfect for chopping, mincing and dicing vegetables. This 16.5 cm Wasabi Black is the handily knife you'll turn to again and again in your kitchen. This Wasabi line of knives are made in the traditional Japanese blade styling. To reduce food sticking, the blades are sharpened on a single side or sometime being slotted. Although it has a traditional blade-style, it is paired with a uniquely modern handle material, polypropylene blended with bamboo powder, and impregnated with an agent for super clean food preparation.
The cut resistant gloves let you handle your grater, knives, and mandolin slicer while worrying less about bandaging a finger or worse. Great for the kids too. Made of food safe ultra high molecular weight polyethylene, glass fibre and Spandex, these gloves have been designed to resist cuts from even the sharpest blades. We use these gloves for clients to make salad so they don't cut themselves. Different Size.
When your kitchen knives are being used during every service you'll need to revive the blade to keep it sharp. Just a few minutes using the 400 grit side and you'll restore dull blades. A few more minutes on the 1000 grit side and that edge will be sharper than before. Wet the whetstone's surface to float away the swarf. The silicone base keeps the whetstone in place, so you can keep a consistent angle.
The kitchen tool we like is a kruk, or Thai mortar and pestle. Its extra-deep clay base can hold a good five cups and is rough enough for easy grinding. We use the wood pestle to grind and mix Thai curries, Indonesian pates or crack peanuts or make green papaya salad, and it's also handy for making pestos, spice rubs, tapenades and vinaigrettes. A full-size kruk goes for as little as $35 Asian store or from $62 delivered, and smaller versions cost even less—not bad, considering the years of nonstop use they'll get in the kitchen.
When your kitchen space is at a premium, sometimes you need to get creative with storage. These magnetic spice tins let you store your spices on any magnetic surface, whether it’s your refrigerator, a metal shelf in the pantry, or a thin metal sheet attached to the inside of your kitchen cabinets. The fronts of the tins are clear, so you can see the spices at a glance. The lids twist, so you can sprinkle or pour the spices, or remove the lids to dip a measuring spoon in for precise amounts. We like to use cheaper takeaway sauce container 100ml or you can get a proper one from Amazon
If you are cooking with few kids or doing few messy jobs around the house. You can use these disposable aprons. Yes, It is not good for plastic use but it may save you a lot money and trouble if you have to throw away clothes or your real aprons.
Easy to read and clearly shows the menu, cooking time remaining, heat setting, and when the unit is gaining pressure; cooking; in auto keep warm or delay start mode Low for simmering and slow cooking High for faster cooking Auto keep warm keeps your food warm, ready for serving Generous 12 cup capacity with auto keep warm This large multi cooker can cook fast under pressure or slow cook for the perfect meal