9 Cooking Classes In Singapore For Couples To Become Master Chefs In Their New BTOs

Couple cooking classes in Singapore

Cooking classes in Singapore
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If you and your S.O.’s idea of cooking is instant noodles with an egg, now’s the time to beef up those cooking skills. To make sure both of you don’t burn down your newly renovated kitchen trying to cook while following Youtube tutorials, here are 9 cooking classes in Singapore to kick-start your Masterchef journey.

Check out our other cooking-related articles to help you become a pro in the kitchen:

1. Meng’s Hawker Store Roasted Meat – hawker-style char siew and roast pork

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If you’ve ever wondered how your favourite roast meat hawker stall gets their roast pork so crispy and char siew so sweet and sticky, this is the class to learn all the secrets to replicate at home. 

You’ll get a hands-on experience in learning how to cook roasted delights such as Crispy Roast Pork, Char Siew, and Roast Chicken. Enjoy a glass of wine and coffee or tea during the class and feast on your creations afterwards with noodles and kailan. 

Price: $200 per person
Duration: 2 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at Brettschnider’s Baking & Cooking School

2. Middle Eastern Cooking Class – hummus, kebabs & pita pockets

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Brettschnider’s Baking & Cooking School

Instead of having the usual steamboat meal when you host a get-together at your place, impress your guests with a Middle Eastern feast fit for a king. Learn to make a sharing platter consisting of Falafels, Traditional Hummus, Chicken Kebabs, Tabbouleh and home-made Pita Pockets that you can enjoy along with spiced tea. 

Price: $190 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Difficulty level: Moderate

Sign up at Brettschnider’s Baking & Cooking School

3. Chinese Cuisine – zi char favs like yam ring and cereal prawns

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Frequently eating at your usual zi char stall can take a toll on your wallet, especially if you like to indulge in dishes like XO Crab Bee Hoon, Cereal Prawns, and Yam Ring. But with this class, you can save money and cook those dishes yourself. 

This is also great for those who are bored with their standard weekday dinners and want to switch things up by adding one or two of these dishes. 

Price: $168 per person
Duration: 4 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at Palate Sensations

4. Italian Fiesta – 3-course Italian meal

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If it’s your turn to plan for date night, skip the fancy restaurants and cook a romantic 3-course meal for your boo instead. You can both also attend this class and recreate the dishes at home together!

You’ll get to enjoy drinks and canapés before the class where you will then learn how to cook a meal of Caramelised Duck Breast with Oranges, Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli with Butter and Sage Sauce, and Berry and Mascarpone Millefeuille

Price: $100 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Difficulty level: Moderate

Sign up at CulinaryOn

5. Gluten-free Wholesome Meals – gluten-free healthy dishes

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Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring. If you and your partner have been indulging a little too much, this class will teach you how to cook healthy dishes without compromising on flavour. 

Dishes you’ll learn include: Quinoa and feta salad, Salmon and leek parcel, as well as Grilled peach with home-made vanilla ice cream for dessert. Coincidentally, these yummy dishes are also gluten-free, perfect for those who are gluten-intolerant. 

Price: $138 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at Palate Sensations

6. Ichijyu Sansai – Japanese home-style cooking

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This course is suited for the most beginner of home cooks and will teach you how to make stock and steam rice amongst other culinary basics. “Ichijyu sansai” translates to “one soup three dishes” which is a typical Japanese meal of soup, a meat/fish dish, and two vegetable sides served with rice. 

They even have another class where you can learn how to make healthy bentos to bring to work.

Price: $75 per person
Duration: 2-3 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at Atelier Koinu

7. Bread course – $35 trial baking class

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Anyone who’s baked bread at home knows there’s nothing more comforting than the smell of freshly-baked goods wafting through your home. Learn to work with yeast and dough to create a variety of sweet and savoury loaves that can last you for breakfast through the week.

If a class package is too much commitment, you can attend their trial class for $35 where you’ll learn how to make Cinnamon Rolls and Ham & Mayo Bread, before you decide. 

Price: $69.55 per session for an 8-lesson package
Duration: 2 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at ABC Cooking Studio

8. Savouring Old Hokkien Flavours – ang ku kueh and seafood lor mee

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Learn to cook dishes that your grandparents will love and keep their heritage alive with Seafood Lor Mee, Deep-fried Stuffed Youtiao, Yam Rice, and Ang Ku Kueh. Not only will this make them really happy, but you’ll also probably pick up a few valuable cooking tips from them! 

Community centres are one of the cheapest places for cooking classes, and not only are there other classes for Teochew and Cantonese cuisine available, but you can also use your SkillsFuture credit for many of the classes.

Price: $18 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at onePA.

9. Thai Cooking – tom yam and pineapple fried rice

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Another class offered at onePA community centres, this Thai cooking lesson lets you learn how to cook authentic Thai classics like Tom Yam, Pineapple Fried Rice, Red Ruby, and Green Mango Salad. Using simple ingredients you can find in Singapore, you won’t have to go to a Thai restaurant or catch a flight to Bangkok just to satisfy your cravings. 

Price: $45 per person
Duration: 2.5 hours
Difficulty level: Easy

Sign up at onePA.

Cooking classes for couples in Singapore

Not only is cooking a good life skill to have to be able to provide for you and your loved ones, but you can also save more money in the long run by cooking your favourite dishes at home instead of going out to eat. So sign up for these classes with your beau to have a few go-to recipes in your repertoire. 

Clarice Chua

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