A Peranakan Nasi Ulam Experience: Herbs from my own backyard
Learn how to make Peranakan Nasi Ulam with Jasmine and her garden of herbs
About the workshop
A well-loved heritage dish, Nasi Ulam can find its root origins in Malaysia and is also known as an herbed rice salad. "Nasi" means rice in Malay, whilst "ulam" means the assortment of herbs served during meal times.
In this 3-in-1 #CulturallySingapore experience, forage with Jasmine in her garden as she shares with you a unique Peranakan twist to this Malay dish, using fresh herbs from her private haven, including but not limited to betel, lime, turmeric, pennywort, basil, ginger and many other delicious herbs. After being introduced to the various ingredients, take part in the preparation and assembling of the many ingredients before tucking in to this super healthy and deliciously fragrant heritage dish.
What you will experience
1. Get an introduction to Peranakan and Malay heritage as Jasmine shares the significance of this Malay dish in her beautiful eclectic home.
2. Forage with Jasmine in her garden and learn about the various herbs and ingredients that will be used on the day, including their medicinal and culinary values.
3. Enjoy a cleansing palette and drink before getting hands-on and taking part in the preparation and assembling of your delicious and healthy lunch.
4. Sit down to a beautiful meal in a beautiful home
Cancellation is free of charge 48 hours before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.
A vegetarian version of this experience is available, but only for the whole party. Do put a note down on the checkout page if you would like this to be a vegetarian meal! :)
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Farrer Park (Northeast Line) Exit D
Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
KK Women's and Children's Hospital