Chendol Cake 21

Stanley HoNoviceCake BakingUpper Thomson
$98.00
GST incl.
21 Aug 2019 (Wed)
9.30 am - 12.30 pm

Regardless of where Chendol originated from, it is still a well-loved dessert by all. Come and learn how to make your very own Chendol cake with us, as we re-create this local dessert into a cake. Made with two layers of fragrant pandan gula melaka sponge cake, layered with red beans, chendol jelly, attap seeds and topped with our special coconut fudge, this chendol sponge would surely surprise you and your relatives.

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to bake Pandan sponge cake.
  • How to prepare a creamy coconut fudge.
  • How to assemble the cake by layering.

Details:

  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Type: Full Hands-on
  • Recommended age: 16 Years Old and Above
  • Equipment, ingredients and packaging will all be provided

*Students will work in PAIRS to bake the sponge layers but will assemble their own Chendol cake INDIVIDUALLY

Please read our Terms and Conditions before you proceed to register for the class.

  1. Duration of class might be extended instead of the stipulated timings.
  2. Cleaning/Washing will be part of the baking experience.
  3. Fees for scheduled classes must be paid fully in advance to secure your booking. Your booking is only confirmed once full payment has been received.
  4. Once your booking is confirmed, no refunds or transfers to another class will be given.
  5. Payment will be fully forfeited regardless of the unforeseen circumstances. We recommend that you arrange for someone to attend in your place. Please inform us of the person who will be attending in your place.
  6. In the event that the minimum number of participants is not met, the class will be cancelled. We will inform you via email. You can choose to either get a refund of the class fee or attend another class of the same value.

Instructor Details

Stanley Ho

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About Stanley Ho

Having received training at Le Cordon Bleu in Sydney, Stanley launched his career as a pâtissier and worked at several pastry cafes throughout Australia. Specializing in entremets, chocolate bonbons and petit fours, Stanley loves to explore new and interesting flavours and different presentation techniques.

Stanley’s passion for sharing knowledge sparked as he mentored a few colleagues who had no prior experience in the industry – He realized that sharing skills and knowledge is a great joy in itself.

Stanley strongly believes in baking with love and patience; as it reflects in the end product. As an instructor, he hopes to spread the joy of baking as well as the knowledge and science behind the more technical aspect of baking. Baking can be tiring or even stressful, but the end result is always sweet!