Austrade dan mitra gelar lokakarya hidangan Australia di Indonesia

Austrade, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, recently partnered with Mitra, a leading culinary education institution in Indonesia, to hold a workshop on Australian cuisine. The workshop, titled “Exploring the Flavors of Australia,” aimed to introduce Indonesian chefs and culinary enthusiasts to the diverse and unique flavors of Australian cuisine.

The event was attended by a group of chefs, food bloggers, and culinary students who were eager to learn more about Australian ingredients, cooking techniques, and recipes. The workshop featured hands-on cooking demonstrations, tastings, and discussions on the cultural and culinary influences that have shaped Australian cuisine.

Participants had the opportunity to work with Australian ingredients such as kangaroo meat, native herbs and spices, and seafood from the pristine waters of Australia. They also learned about the rich history and multicultural influences that have shaped Australian cuisine, from traditional Aboriginal bush foods to modern fusion dishes.

One of the highlights of the workshop was a cooking competition where participants were challenged to create their own unique Australian-inspired dishes. The creativity and skill on display were impressive, with dishes ranging from modern interpretations of classic Australian dishes to innovative fusion creations that blended Indonesian and Australian flavors.

The workshop was not only a fun and educational experience for participants, but also a valuable opportunity for Austrade and Mitra to promote Australian cuisine in Indonesia. As the demand for international cuisine continues to grow in Indonesia, Australian food offers a unique and exciting alternative for chefs and food lovers looking to expand their culinary horizons.

Through events like this workshop, Austrade and Mitra are helping to showcase the best of Australian cuisine and foster greater collaboration between the food industries of Australia and Indonesia. By sharing their knowledge and expertise, they are not only promoting Australian food and ingredients, but also building bridges between the two countries and creating new opportunities for culinary exchange and partnership.

Overall, the workshop was a great success and received positive feedback from participants who were inspired to incorporate Australian flavors and ingredients into their own cooking. With the continued support of Austrade and Mitra, the future looks bright for Australian cuisine in Indonesia, and we can look forward to more exciting collaborations and events in the future.

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