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Andre Susilo

Andre Susilo

Cuisine:

Indonesian

Languages:

English, Indonesian

Time Zone:

Western Indonesia Time - GMT + 7:00

Type:

Pro Chef

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Chef Andre Susilo was born in Bandung Indonesia. Chef Andre attended culinary school in Indonesia, and has been a professional chef since 2003. He has 10 years of experiences in hotels, restaurant, ship, catering. Chef Andre has developed his skills in Indonesian & fusion food, and wanted to teach at Chefpassport to introduce famous Indonesian food to the whole word. A famous Chef once said "Everyone has their own appetite, as a chef this is not an easy job", hence Chef Andre believe a Chef must be creative and have knowledge in food.

Dishes you can learn with

Andre

Indonesia-Andre Susilo-Soto Ayam

Soto ayam is a traditional soup commonly found in Indonesian cuisine and popular in Singapore, Malaysia and Suriname. It is a yellow/white/clear spicy soup with lontong or nasi himpit or ketupat (all compressed rice that is then cut into small cakes) and/or vermicelli or noodles.

Choose to cook this dish and learn what goes inside Soto Ayam. Besides chicken and vermicelli, turmeric is added as one of its ingredients to get that beautiful yellow chicken broth. Choose how to pair your soup with either hard-boiled eggs, slices of fried potatoes, Chinese celery leaves, or fried shallots. Love coconut milk? Learn the perfect measurements to bring out the fabulous spices.

For a ‘real’ authentic taste, learn how to make "koya", a powder of mixed prawn crackers with fried garlic or orange colored spicy sambal (Indonesian chili sauce or paste), krupuk (Indonesian deep fried crackers) or emping (a type of Indonesian chips) to get that crackle on top. Learn to cook this dish and be ready to create the smells and textures of Indonesian cuisine, today!

Soto Ayam
Indonesia-Andre Susilo-Sate Lilit Bali

Indonesia is a nation comprised of more than 17,500 islands that span across a wide geographical area. As a result, Indonesian cuisine is diverse with influences from many cultures in the archipelago. With so many Indonesian treats to choose from, we recommend learning one of the most common, satay or often written ‘sate’.

Did you know that satay is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, or fish? It is commonly threaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled over charcoal fire or coconut-shell charcoal, and then served with various spicy dipping sauces.

Learn to make satay lilit bali with us. In this class you will learn to cook decadent shrimp and tender mackerel as well as the techniques on how to load them onto bamboo skewers. Don’t forget that you will also grill them to perfection and create the mouthwatering balinese dipping sauce. Travel to Indonesia from the comfort of home with this dish!Indonesia is a nation comprised of more than 17,500 islands that span across a wide geographical area. As a result, Indonesian cuisine is diverse as it’s paired with the influences from the many culture in the archipelago.
Sate (or Satay) is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, or fish. Sate is commonly threaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled over charcoal fire or coconut-shell charcoal, and then served with various spicy dipping sauces.
Sate is believed to have originated from Java, Indonesia, but it is also popular in many Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Sate is a very popular street food in Indonesia; it can be served as a side dish, or a main dish at lunch or dinner."

Sate Lilit Bali
Indonesia-Andre Susilo-Nasi Goreng Kampung

Fried rice is a food in the form of fried rice and stirred in cooking oil or margarine, usually added with sweet soy sauce, shallots, garlic, tamarind, pepper and other spices, such as eggs, chicken, and crackers. There are also other types of fried rice made with salted fish which are also popular throughout Indonesia.
Fried rice is also known as Indonesian national cuisine. Of the many dishes in the treasures of Indonesian cuisine, only a few can be regarded as true national food. Indonesian national cuisine does not recognize social class boundaries. Fried rice can be enjoyed simply at roadside stalls, mobile peddlers, restaurants and buffet tables at parties."

Nasi Goreng Kampung "Fried Rice"

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