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Street Food Masterclasses At Ning

Learn how to cook Malaysian food that'll make your friends swoon

Published on July 16th 2013.


Street Food Masterclasses At Ning
 

STREET food is this year's culinary big thing but its techniques, flavours and ethos have been around for a long time. Master them and you'll have a new repertoire of fast, cheap and fiercely tasty dishes you'll return to again and again.

Street food in Malaysia is a foodie’s heaven

Img_5391Ning restaurant and cookery school in the Northern Quarter is this city's (if not this country's) leader in Malaysian cuisine. They've just launched a series of Malaysian Street Food Masterclasses led by their award-winning chef Norman Musa where you can learn three new street food menus from scratch.

Street food in Malaysia is a foodie’s heaven. In these classes, Norman will show you how to create the flavour-packed dishes found on the streets of Georgetown in his home state of Penang – widely acclaimed as one of the street food capitals of Asia.

These are involved and theatrical yet practical lessons for small groups. They take place in Ning’s kitchen and converted dining areas, and include up to five hours of cooking, tutorial and lunch. You'll learn how to cook six Malaysian street food dishes, and have a masterclass in wok techniques - this is a real art and understanding it will transform your stir-fries and fried noodle dishes.

Img_5517If you're a fan of Malaysian cooking or want to become a street food expert, these masterclasses are not to be missed. They make a great gift for a foodie – it's a day out that'll liven up your meal-times for years to come.

Ning in York is also running a series of introductory classes to Malaysian cuisine led by their fun and friendly head chef and sous chef. Like the Manchester classes, they'll show you how to make distinctive food that'll impress at all occasions, from quick brunches to dinner parties.

Full details of the Malaysian Street Food and introductory cooking classes at Ning are given below.

If you book onto all three street food classes in Manchester, you save £50. Class sizes are small so please book early to avoid disappointment.

To book call 0845 519 2878 or visit www.ningcatering.com

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