Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Bake King Chocolate Desserts Demo Class

I attended a Chocolate Desserts Demo Class at Bake King last Sunday (18 March). The baking instructor is Mr Louis Tanuhadi who is an Ambassador for Tulip Chocolate from Indonesia, which is one of the largest chocolate manufacturers in Asia. He has several years experience as a pastry chef in Germany and Indonesia and has won several chocolate competitions in the region.

A candid shot before the class starts

Mr Louis Tanuhadi is a very humourous person and very generous in sharing his knowledge about baking. My friend and I are very glad to attend his class and I definitely learn a lot more about baking with chocolates. The class lasted for more than 3 hours from 10am to 1pm plus and desserts were served throughout the class, one after another. :)

These were the 4 chocolate desserts that we learnt in this demo class.

Steamed Brownies



Chocolate Lychee Mousse
My favourite dessert of the day



Chocolate Lava Cake





American brownies
The American brownies that we brought back, with a piece of steamed brownie.


We also received a door gift of one 250g of Tulip chocolate compound and a chocolate mould.


Thank you Bake King for inviting me to this demo class. :)

** Sorry for the quality of the photos. Time for my camera to retire soon.

19 comments:

  1. I love all the desserts especially the american brownies. yum yum

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    1. The american brownies I only tried on the next day. Very fudgy!

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  2. all the dessert looks yummy!!

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  3. you must having a great time in the class, all desserts are yummy, but i have attracted the most by the lava cake...chocolate flowing out...oohhh

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    1. The lava cake too bitter for me, but paired with ice cream, perfect. :)

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  4. I love all the chocolate desserts especially the chocolate lychee mousse.

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    1. Chocolate lychee mousse still my favourite, the sweetness is perfect for me. :)

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  5. Sure have fun attending such amazing baking class :) thanks for sharing.

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    1. It's really fun. Actually my first time attending a baking class. All along I have been learning through books and blogs. :)

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  6. The chocolate lychee mousse looks interesting.. wonder if its difficult to make though...

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    1. The chocolate lychee mousse is very easy. Too bad I think I can't share recipe here.

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  7. what a chocolate-ly feast! the pictures still look nice to me =)

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    1. Thanks! My camera is dying! I need sponsors for new camera. :(

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  8. The cakes all looks amazing...

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  9. Wow! The desserts look great! :)

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    1. Hi Dee, thanks for visiting! Love your blog and dear Dot! :)

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  10. can i please have the recipe for the american brownie...please, they look so nice and i would like to try and make this at home

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