Wajid, Kusui, and Bauhulu — what’s not to love about these Traditional Bruneian desserts? It’s time to learn from Chef Muna of Geoeats and impress your homies. Check out the other set of Traditional Kueh you can make on 17 February.
Workshop Dates: 24 February 2019
Duration: 4 hours (1pm-5pm)
Registration Deadline: 23 February 2019
Workshop Fee: BND 55
Include: Supplies and on-loan tools
Venue: The Crust and Crumbs, Anggerek Desa
Recommendation: Bring along your excitement about Traditional Kueh Making!
By the end of this workshop, you are officially #MadeInBenchLab and will know: 1) the ingredients of making Bauhulu, Wajid and Kuih Kusui and the techniques to properly store them, 2) the tips and tricks to make sure your Bauhulu tastes and bakes well, 3) how to prepare the glutinous sticky rice for Wajid, 4) the stirring techniques to ensure your Kuih Kusui will turn out soft and wobbly and 5) the proper way to steam Wajid and Kuih Kusui.
BenchLab Talented Instructor: Muna Safiruddin of GeoEats. You’ll be learning from a hospitality management expert who is now a co-founder of GeoEats! Muna was first exposed to the world of cooking and baking when she was in high school and soon after she realized her passion, she delved deeper into the industry by taking courses in IBTE and International Hospitality Management in Cardiff. Subsequently, she was given the opportunity to work under restaurants in London as well as in Brunei. On another hand, Muna has also taught women in Rehab and the Down’s syndrome on baking cookies and cooking simple dishes! For this workshop, Muna wishes to share her knowledge and belief that simply anyone can cook or bake and for them to be more confident in making their dishes.