Sink your teeth in a slice of tradition. By that we mean, add some sizzle to your holiday with some outdoor cooking action!
Its one thing to be sampling local delicacies, but it’s a whole different thing when you’re behind the stove pounding on spices and ethnic flavors. As travel is more than just seeing, rather what you experience, this outdoor cooking class grants you a chance to be truly immersed in Sabah culture and the culinary tradition steeped in centuries of history.
You don’t have to be a domestic goddess to whip up a traditional three course meal. Harvest your herbs straight off the patch from the organic garden and start slicing, chopping and simmering all the ingredients provided. To help you get a grip of the local cooking styles, your outdoor cooking course will be conducted by a well-experienced executive chef, who knows, he might even share some neat tricks and tips... or even some of his best-kept secrets?
What’s On the Menu?
HINAVA SADA ( TRADITIONAL FISH SALAD )
Exotic tropical flavors as a side entrée. A popular ethnic delicacy and appetizer that stems from the Kadazan Dusun tribe. This dish is all about fresh tangy flavors that excites the tastebuds.
KOK DAING NILOHOAN ( TRADITIONAL FISH HEAD SOUP )
Savoury and soulful… tasty secrets from the shores where “sea gypsies” roam. A traditional dish that originates from the Bajau Ubian, the second largest indigenous tribes in Sabah. They are known as “cowboys of the east” for their horsemen skills and also deemed as “sea gypsies” for their skills in seafaring.
MANUK TINAPAH ( BBQ CHICKEN IN HERBS )
Book your Outdoor Cooking Tour with us now! Click here to learn more! A season of seven spices. Culinary magic originating from the East Coast of Sabah. The Bajau tribe certainly know how to grill a chicken, and they do it with the grace taught by the sea, the patience taught by herbs, and the enthusiasm taught by spices.