Attendees were treated to some lip smacking goodness at the Salt, Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice Deepavali special cooking event organised by the Singapore Malayalee Association's (SMA) Youth Wing on 9 November.
The aromas that permeated SMA's Care Light premises in Bedok whetted everyone's appetite and left everyone craving for more. Photo Courtesy: SMA Youth Wing
Nifty tricks on how to make the dishes prepared more delectable were also shared by the three special guest chefs, Mrs Dhershini Govin Winodan, Mrs Jalaja Pillay and Ms Suhara, who dished out a seafood pasta, fish curry and Neyappam, respectively.
Neyappams prepared with the freshest desiccated coconut, jaggery, rice and sesame seeds, an indispensable dessert in Kerala cuisine. Photo Courtesy: SMA Youth Wing
The pasta dish by Mrs Dhershini Govin Winodan, spoke volumes of the deliciousness of seafood. Picture Courtesy: SMA Youth Wing
The tangy fish curry, with generous servings of salmon, by one of the special guest chefs, Mrs Jalaja Pillay, left everyone yearning for more at the special demonstration of Malayalee cooking. Photo Credit: SMA Youth Wing
The SMA youth wing that continues to explore a multitude of platforms, programme and event formats to increase its outreach to both the Malayalee and non- Malayalee Community alike, through social media as well as through such interactive sessions. Photo Courtesy: SMA Youth Wing