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The study of Patisserie & Gastronomic Cuisine in Malaysia is a specialised culinary arts programme designed to educate students to become a professional when it comes to handling food.
Did you know that chocolate chips were invented after chocolate chip cookies? Is your idea of flaunting your creative flair creating pastries as fluffy and light as clouds? Do you have a sweet tooth? Perhaps you’ve secretly wanted to master the art of making a Soufflé but never knew how. If so, then perhaps studying Patisserie & Gastronomic Cuisine in Malaysia may just be for you. Hang around to find out more about this course.
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With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Patisserie & Gastronomic Cuisine:
Technology is not the only thing evolving these days. The food industry is also one of them. The simple doughnuts and croissants we enjoyed a decade ago, have now fused to become cronuts. Who would ever think of that?! As a Patisserie & Gastronomic Cuisine student, you’ll be able to experiment with food and learn new things everyday in your entire career as a Pastry Chef.
A crowd starts coming in and place their orders. With THAT many people ordering different types of food at the same time, you’ll need to work twice as fast so they don’t leave. You start fiercely chopping up onions and rolling out the dough. Before you know it, everyone in the kitchen is panicking while flour is flying everywhere and the waitress starts raising her voice asking you to hurry up. While a scene from Hell’s Kitchen may be a slight distortion, you’ll need to learn how to manage the daily operations in a kitchen.
Many young people today are willing to spend money on exotic delicacies, so the idea of opening your own bakery may sound enticing. With enough experience and skills in making pastries, you’ll be able to run your own pastry shop.
“To make a full-blooded puff pastry, you need time, you need patience, and you need precision. It's all about the lamination: it's all about building up the layers of butter, dough, butter, dough; as the butter melts, it creates steam, and that brings up
Important Note: Be prepared to work long hours in the kitchen, endure the heat and pressure by the Head Chef but once you’ve mastered it all, you’ll be the Head Chef. .
Most pastry schools in Malaysia have accreditation from France or a country that is popular for their pastries, hence, giving you an opportunity to work and/or study abroad in the future.
While other chefs may be able to hide behind seasoning and different kinds of herbs and spices, pastry chefs don’t have that kind of luxury. One extra teaspoon of sugar could be the difference between perfection and failure. Precision is everything in this art form.
There’s no way two ways about it, a pastry chef requires patience. Putting your batter in the over and anxiously waiting to see if it’ll rise (literally) or sink is a daily routine for some of them. They know shouting at the over would be of no use!
Baking a cake is easy for people in this line. To stand out, you’ll need to constantly innovate and experiment with different ingredients to keep your customers in shock and awe.
Below are a few of the top Patisserie & Gastronomic Cuisine firms in Malaysia.
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