In addition to presenting natural and artistic attractions that attract tourists, Bali never forgets to offer its unique culinary tourism during Bali Tours. The most typical is also simple and easy found is Balinese mixed rice. In Balinese mixed rice, there is definitely a satay wrapped around, egg, tempeh, and lawar vegetables. Lawar and satay wrapped are two items that must be present in Balinese mixed rice. Even though it looks simple, don’t assume it makes it easy. This can be felt when you attend various cooking classes in Bali. In the cooking class a variety of Balinese special menus will be made by the participants. Starting with young jackfruit then chicken, then long beans. Even though it looks easy, it turns out that finely chopping ingredients requires patience and practice. After chopping and putting the ingredients into a container. Participants were asked to chop herbs, including garlic, onion, cayenne pepper, lemongrass, galangal to ginger. The finely chopped ingredients are sauteed and added with salt, sugar, and pepper. The cooked spices are then mixed into the main ingredients then stirred with a little bit of shrimp paste and lime juice. Even though they use the same seasoning, the participants’ homemade vegetables may have different taste and appearance variations. The various herbs and spices to make lawar and satay wrapped in Balinese are quite time-consuming, making participants need quite a long time. Wrapping the meat into the lemongrass stems was also not easy, participants had to repeat several times until the meat was wrapped firmly in lemongrass sticks. Cooking class is one of the tourist activities that are often offered to tourists. In fact, five-star hotels and resorts in Ubud also offer a cooking class experience for tourists and guests who stay. So if you go to Ubud using bali car rental, spend some time trying to learn Balinese culinary cooking.
Cooking Class in Bali