During our stay at this wonderful Ubud Village in our honeymoon, we joined their 2 hours cooking class. At first I was thinking will it be enough, but then 2 hours is just right!
The menu we picked included Soto Ayam - spicy chicken soup, Pepes Ikan - steam fish in banana leave, Pelecing Kankung - water spinich with chili and Pisang Rai - cooked banana with coconut.
Malaysian food is kinda like Indonesian food, usually is bit spicy with lots of spices and most of the food need to eat with rice or noodles. So most of the ingredients I can still get here, just need to wake up early and go to the market.
What I like about balinese food is the flavour. They always have very heavy spices, herbs & flavours, that’s what make it so delicious. So the first thing I need to cook is the base, they call it Base Gede. It is kinda like chili / spice paste and foundation of all the food, everything we cook, we add a little or a few big spoon of base.
Follow up is the sambal *as a malaysian who cannot eat spicy food, I still enjoy eating sambal and drink lots of water after each bite of my food*, then we start cooking all the food with fancy names.
Just came back from our honeymoon, from the wonderful island of gods, Bali. It was my third time to Bali, and I know the forth time is not far away.
As usual, we spent most of our time eating and taking photos. I was so excited and prepared, but on the third day, my film camera got stuck! Good thing I have my X10 with me! *Oh thank god!!*
But end up too busying eating that Klepon and soaking in the private pool, so as usual, I have only some photos… I really need to slap myself the next time if I keep being so lazy :p
Anyway, here are some photos from my X10. Will post the one from my FM2 in the not so far away future *slapping my face to remembering this promise*