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Culinary Arts studies the art of preparing, cooking and presenting food in Malaysia.
Have you been a fan of MasterChef and Hell’s Kitchen? Not because of Gordon Ramsay and his impeccable hair, but for the food that’s cooked. Are you the self-appointed chef at home, the kitchen is your very own personal white canvas in which you deep fry and fricassee all kind of meat and wonderful little sauces? If so, then you may want to consider studying culinary arts in Malaysia
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As the rich are becoming richer these days, many demand fine dining and exotic cuisines. That’s when you whisk them away by cooking up a storm with the skills you learn in this course.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Culinary Arts:
When you are in the field of culinary arts you can travel the world with your skills and experience. Its good opportunity as a chef to go around
In this field your whole life is a learning process because everyday you learn some new kind of food and new recipes.
In this field you are your own boss because you can either work as chef or start your own restaurant.
“Cooking is an art, but all art requires knowing something about the techniques and materials”
Important Note: You are encouraged to work in restaurants first before you take up this course so you know what you’re in for, for the long haul..
There are so many types of Culinary Arts programmes available for every type of student, be it full-time, part-time, intensive training or master class.
There seem to be new restaurants popping out everywhere these days. Blink and you’ll miss it! But with so much competition, you’ll need to be really creative, both in the way you mesh your ingredients together to create your masterpiece on a plate AND with your presentation.
In a kitchen, things get hot and heated almost in an instant. While the scenes from Hell’s Kitchen may be a slight exaggeration, it’s worth noting it CAN be that chaotic. As such, you need to be able to manage everyone well, no matter how big or small the role they play.
You need to be good with knives. You need to be fast with knives. And no, you can’t choose either, it has to be both. If you lack dexterity and composure, you better work on that now and maybe one day you’ll be able to cut up a giant Alaskan Salmon in suit without dropping even a drop on it.
As a culinary artist in the modern world, you have to be curious to the ingredients you use. The latest and greatest concoctions that have been birthed in 3 Michelin starred restaurants around the world were the result of chefs being curious, mixing and matching until hey found the perfect combination.
Below are a few of the top Culinary Arts firms in Malaysia.
Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited. For a start, here are some of the most popular Culinary Arts schools in Malaysia.
Shah Alam2 Courses
Petaling Jaya2 Courses
Sep 18, 2020
Sep 17, 2020