The Dine & Wine

Popular Posts

  • Thai Food Dishes to Try in Phu…


    Phuket, a southern island in Thailand with a long rich history of trade with China, India and Portugal is one of the most culturally diverse islands, which also caters to an array Thai, Indian, Chinese and Malay cuisines. The island’s … Continue reading


    Read More
  • Arabian Sweets in Doha – Irr…


    Doha, the capital city of Qatar, is one of the Middle East’s most popular destinations. Serving as the commercial and cultural hub of Qatar, the city is one of the most urban and fascinating cities in the Middle East. The … Continue reading


    Read More
  • Maldivian Cuisine – A De…


    The sun bleached islands of the Maldives are centrally located in the Indian Ocean. Today the Maldives attracts thousands of holidaymakers, like it attracted traders and sea faring travellers many years ago. The Maldives enjoys an ocean rich with marine … Continue reading


    Read More
  • Want to Try Chinese Soup? -Vis…


    In the West, soup is associated with comfort and warmth and is consumed when one is not feeling too well. It is equally considered useful when one cannot be bothered to prepare a meal. Even then, soup tends to be … Continue reading


    Read More
  • Have You Tried Dimsum? -A Deli…


    Staying in a Hong Kong hotel and haven’t tried Dim Sum? Perhaps it’s high time that you sample this delicious dish that originated in China. Dim Sum is prepared as small bite size portions of food that are steamed and … Continue reading


    Read More
  • Must try Thai cuisine in Koh P…


    If one dares to look beyond the famous Full Moon Party and less-known Half Moon Party at Koh Phangan, a tranquil island of tan sands and shady canopies awaits. Scattered amidst the shade of the ocean-hugging palms are Koh Phangan … Continue reading


    Read More

Subscribe

Keep up to date by subscribing to the The Dine and Wine RSS feed

Contact

Click here to Contact us for more information
Pin It
http://www.thedineandwine.com/the-art-of-balinese-cooking-indulge-in-your-culinary-passions.html

The Art of Balinese Cooking – Indulge in your Culinary Passions!

A passionate foodie with a zest for whipping up some delicious food? Then maybe enrolling yourself in a cooking class, the next time you’re in Bali would be a great must-do activity!

 

The Cuisine

Using an aromatic blend of spices, fresh vegetables, meat and seafood, the Balinese cuisine steadfastly demonstrates various indigenous traditions and other influences from the Indonesian region.

 

The Spices

Spices and seasoning play a major role in the cuisine. Basa Gede or Basa Rajang happens to be the cornerstone of many Balinese dishes. The paste includes spices such as garlic, cumin, salam leaves and shrimp paste among others. Bumbu is another seasoning used while sambal matah are popular condiments.

Cooking Schools to Check out

Many cooking schools of repute have sprung up over the recent years in Bali, given the huge number of travellers and tourists, the hub draws in. Several places to check out would include ” Taste of Bali and ”Anika Cooking Class”, both of which can be easily reached from many a Bali resort hotel including the likes of Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort.

 

Popular Dishes

Dishes which have gained fame throughout the world include the Balinese sate or Sate Lilit made from spiced mincemeat pressed on to lemongrass sticks. The Bebek Betutu is duck stuffed with various spices, wrapped in banana leaves and left to roast in a pit of embers.

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+


Pin It
http://www.thedineandwine.com/the-art-of-balinese-cooking-indulge-in-your-culinary-passions.html

Comments are closed.