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From Ubud: Authentic Cooking Class in a Local Village

1. From Ubud: Authentic Cooking Class in a Local Village

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then visit a local fresh food market to choose the ingredients for your cooking class. Select from the available vegetables, herbs, meat and spices on display and experience a little of the local life in Bali. Next, visit a rice plantation and learn how the staple crop is cultivated and prepared. Soak up the scenic views of the surroundings. Continue to the traditional village of Laplapan, where you will get a warm welcome from the locals on arrival. Take part in a half-day morning or afternoon cooking class and learn all the secrets of preparing food from Bali, while expert chefs provide guidance and assistance. Interact with your fellow cooks and discover handy techniques as you prepare 3 starters, 4 main courses and 1 authentic dessert. Then, sit down to a meal and savor the delicious flavors of your creations.

From Ubud: Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm

2. From Ubud: Balinese Cooking Class at an Organic Farm

Learn to cook authentic Balinese food at a cooking class in Bali, and experience a different side to the island rarely encountered by tourists. Meet the friendly locals and take a tour of a local market where they start their day early in the morning buying and selling their daily ingredients. Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in the Ubud area and journey to the cooking school at an organic farm. Get a welcome coffee or tea on arrival, and then take a tour of the premises. Learn how a Balinese family makes use of the natural resources surrounding them, as you collect some vegetables for your class. Get an introduction to your chef, who will ensure everything runs smoothly throughout your class. Then, prepare a menu (regular or vegetarian) to enjoy at the end of the class. Regular Menu: Prepare the dishes for a regular meal, including a base gede (traditional spice paste) and sayur urab (mixed green salad with coconut and spice). Then, learn the secrets of opor ayam (Balinese chicken curry) and sate lilit (traditional kebab made with pork and Balinese spices). Prepare a tuna sambal matah (tuna with raw sauce) and tempe asam manis (sweet sour tempe), along with pisang goreng (banana friters with coconut and melted palm sugar) for dessert. Vegetarian Menu: Cook a vegetarian meal, starting with a base gede (traditional spice paste), and then follow by making an authentic gado gado (steamed vegetables with traditional peanut sauce) along with an opor tempe (Balinese tempe curry) and bergedel (fried corn with Balinese spices). Discover the secrets of tempe asam manis (sweet and sour tempe) and tum bambu (wrapped in banana leaf). End by making pisang goreng (banana friters with coconut and melted palm sugar) for dessert.

Ubud: Virgin Coconut Oil Making Class and Market Tour

3. Ubud: Virgin Coconut Oil Making Class and Market Tour

Treat yourself to an engaging virgin coconut oil cooking class, where you'll learn about exotic Bali coconut, ingredients, spices, and herbs. Your professional guide will teach you how to make delicious Balinese-style green curry in all its unique flavors and aromas. First, visit a local market to buy all the ingredients you'll need for the day. Learn about the various type of coconuts that grow in Bali and their significance in Balinese daily life. Then, hear about the process of making virgin coconut oil. Aside from learning how to make this oil, the experience is combined with a lesson on cooking Balinese green curry. The cooking class will be conducted in a relaxed and informal manner. Enjoy fresh, natural, and healthy food, without MSG and made using natural, locally-sourced products. The class ends by providing you with the chance to taste the delicious green curry you made. Take a part of Bali back with you with a new skill under your belt: great master of virgin coconut oil and green curry.

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What people are saying about Ubud

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 269 reviews

Great value for money. We were picked up from our hotel, learnt about the local fruit and veg at the market, and then off to the guides house. We saw the beautiful family temple and then were split into two groups and were taken to a professional set-up outside kitchen. Being a vegetarian was no problem and was fully accommodated for. As a group, we chopped and cooked ingredients, a step at a time. We then tucked into full-of-flavour Balinese dishes that we had cooked. I was shocked by how good they tasted. The best bit…we were sent the recipes to make them at home. Definitely recommend this for food lovers.

Thank you to Iwayan kar and his lovely mum who made us the most delicious authentic green curry. Learning about Kar village and Balinese culture was very interesting. It was awesome to experience the process of making coconut oil from scratch. Also got our hands dirty and helped out too. Personally it was great to experience the real simplicity of Bali living and traditional markets so it’s an eye opener for some. Awesome authentic green curry using the coconut cream you make and we take away the coconut oil too!!

We loved the cooking class and even more the food we ate for lunch! Sooooo yummi! And for us what made the experience even more funny and enjoyable was the husband of the “teacher”, who picked up us, brought us to the market and to the rice fields and explained us a lot about his culture! ;)

I would do the cooking class again at any time! The family there is incredibly nice and friendly. I participated alone and that wasn't a problem either! The warmth on site inspired me! The "yard" is also in a super nice location and very quiet, in the middle of the jungle :)

Amazing hands-on experience...Highly recommended if you have a half day to spare in Ubud!