Monday, September 16, 2013
Another Cooking Class with The Maestro: Ko Sangjin
Only this time: Indonesian Moms who were learning from him should be 'ashamed':) of themselves...because they're learning how to make Indonesian traditional cakes from a Korean chef. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
Well, among us, Ko Sangjin is no stranger. His love and passion for Indonesian food and everything about it has been like a no-surprise for us who know him.
So, last week on weekend, as many as ten Indonesian moms and girls (single ones) who were staying in Seoul were attending half-day class and chit-chat session with him in one of our friends' house.
He attentively and patiently taught the enthusiastic Moms about everything
He brought along the utensils and the ingredients...
and for us..it's a real deal.
Hmm...I wonder what it's gonna be. Of course, I know it.
is it pandan-colored dough?
Whaaat??? pandan? I thought that it's unavailable in Korea.
Well, nothing's impossible for Ko Sangjin who--I heard--makes almost all of the non-existent ingredients in Korea. He likes experimenting stuffs to create
those he used to see back in Indonesia where he spent some of his time.
Wonder what this is.
But one thing for sure...this is kue pukis!!
Wow...how come that we learn how to make cookies from him.
What an amazing world this is.
There were three traditional cakes we made oops he made that day.
And for me...I happened to 'taste' some of them...thanks to my wife who spared some for me.^^
Is it putu ayu? supposed it is...where's the coconut shreds that should be on top of it?
coconut shreds? hmmm...dream on, suray.:-) ^-^