Description

Yebo Mama prepare global street food for the adventurous palates of the Western District.  Based near Willaura - Yebo Mama have added so much flavour to a region growing in its taste for new dishes.  "Made with love" is the reason for their growing following. 

Come together for some foodie fun and join Lia in this hands-on workshop where you’ll learn how to make a range of Indo Street Foods including delicious lumpia, sate ayam and much more (including authentic indo coffee and sweets).

Lia will share her tips and secrets when it comes to preparing and cooking Indo Street Food, along with her personal stories about life growing up in a family obsessed with food! She’ll guide you step by step through some of her favourite recipes (which you’ll get to keep afterwards), and the best part – you get to eat everything you make! 

If you enjoy learning, laughing and eating, then this is the workshop for you.

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Class Schedule

What you will learn
  • The fundamentals of Indonesian Street Food
  • Authentic Indonesian recipes
  • Learn how to make a range of Street Foods including delicious lumpia, sate ayam and much more
What you will get
  • All ingredients provided
  • Recipes to take home
  • A meal you make with a matching glass of vino/beer

What to bring
  • Love. A main ingredient in Yebo Mama dishes
What to wear

Causal


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Skill-Shop

Vendor sincce 2016

Get your skills at www.skill-shop.com.au

The skill-shop provides hard to get and quality skills.  

With its headquarters in Western Victoria - we seek to provide opportunities for people living regionally to be part of exciting workshops and classes that typically might not be available.  We also seek to give people from cities and regional centres an opportunity to see some amazing places while growing a new skill.

Many of our classes are based at the Hamilton Insititute of Rural Learning (HIRL).  HIRL is an amazing venue spread across 15 acres and bordering a 100 acre Eastern Barred Bandicoot recovery enclosure.  It is the perfect place to connect in community and learn together.  http://www.hirl.org.au/ 

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Susie

15 August 2017 • Indonesian Street Food with Yebo Mama

We enjoyed learning how to make fresh tasting spring rolls, the delicious yellow rice and sensational peanut sauce. Having an Indonesian leading the workshop, sharing her style of cooking, was very important to us to keep the food authentic. Having opportunity to discuss the ingredients which make the Indonesian food so special was fantastic. The small group size allowed us to work effectively and be hands-on. It also encouraged us to try out these, and more recipes for ourselves.

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