What better way to end a cooking workshop than by sitting down with friends to savour the fruits of your learning? So went the Asian food class at The Galley Club, which cumulated in an exotic and very colourful dinner.
Asiatic food is becoming more and more popular, with increasing numbers of Asian restaurants opening all over the world – and for good reason. People everywhere delight in the delicate, fresh flavours of this ancient cuisine, and The Galley Club shared the secrets to wowing guests in their dedicated Santa Catalina kitchen.
Participants of this fascinating afternoon learned how to make five key dishes full of flavour, including som tam malakor (papaya salad); phad Thai kung sod (Thai-style fried noodles); and hor neung plaa (steamed fish in banana leaves). Delicious!
The Galley Club
C/ Cotoner 21 bajos,
Palma de Mallorca
Tel.: +34 662 348 306
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