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Chef In Training (Chinese Cuisine)

Deep dive into a comprehensive course on Chinese Cuisine!

Duration: 3 hours/session

For: 8 sessions

Fees: $1,400.00

Chef: Loreta Quitoles

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UTAP Funding For Course Code C00032093

Under UTAP, NTUC union members enjoy 50% course fee support, capped at $250 or $500 (aged 40 years old and above).

Pay the full fees here and claim it back via your UTAP account.

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Looking for a way to step up your cooking game? Look no further than our intensive and comprehensive 8 session Chinese cuisine cooking classes! You'll learn how to create delicious and authentic dishes that will wow your friends and family. Whether you're a seasoned chef or a beginner in the kitchen, our friendly and knowledgeable instructors will guide you every step of the way. Get ready to chop, stir, and savor your way to culinary greatness! This class is suitable for domestic helpers, professional chefs and home gourmands wanting to expand their cuisine repertoire. 


Participants will work in pairs although some group work may be necessary.

Terms and Conditions:

For those taking individual sessions, the fees will be $188 nett per participant per session. 

For those taking the entire module, the fees will be $1400 nett per participant for all 8 sessions.

An entire module is designated as 1 continuous intake and not different sessions from different in takes to make up 8 sessions.

There will be no make up session if you are not able to come to the confirmed session for whatever reason.

If you are not sure whether you can attend all 8 dates in that module, we suggest you sign up for individual sessions.

In the unlikely event that a scheduled session does not reach the minimum number required for the session or due to unforeseen exceptional circumstances, Palate Sensations reserves the right to change the date of or cancel the session. If that occurs, a refund of any payment will be offered/given minus any discounts (if applicable. The final fee calculation is subject to the discretion of Palate Sensations).

Palate Sensations does not guarantee the availability of any session (whether for adults or children, or as advertised on the Website or through any other means) until your booking is confirmed, and where applicable, the required session size is reached. 

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Hot and sour soup

Kung pao chicken

Stir fry French beans with minced meat

Fried rice

Chinese sticky rice

Spring rolls

Jiao zhi panfried dumplings

Fried noodles


Soft stewed pork

Steamed egg with minced pork

Thunder tea rice, also known as lei cha fan, is a traditional Hakka dish from the southern part of China that has recently become popular in Singapore and Malaysia. It's a mix of rice, vegetables, tofu, nuts, and a flavorful, green tea-based paste made from pounded herbs. When you pour hot water over the paste, it creates an explosion of flavors that will wake up your senses and make you feel alive! It's also incredibly healthy and filling, making it perfect for those looking for a hearty meal that's not loaded with calories.

Stewed eggplant with spicy minced pork

Eggs cooked with tomato

Steamed fish

Braised tofu with seafood

Salt and pepper pork ribs

Honey chicken wings

Ma po tofu

Fish fragrant pork

Seasoned steamed eggplant

Kailan with oyster sauce


Sweet and sour fish

Lion's head meatballs

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