Supported by Consulate General of India & Indian Cultural Centre Bali, Chef Mural brought Indian Flavours to Ubud Food Festival Bali through three delightful programmes.
Masterclass: Masala Secrets
12 May | 12.30 - 14.30
Venue: Mozaic. Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud
India’s vast array of spices can often be overwhelming, and even for those familiar with fenugreek and asafetida there’s always more to learn. Guided by Michelin-starred Manjunath Mural, discover techniques for extracting maximum flavor from spices and the secrets for perfect curry pastes. Your garam masala and panch phoron will thank you for it!
Kitchen Stage: Michelin Masala with Manjunath Mural
13 May |10.30 - 11.30
Venue: Kitchen Stage @ Indus. Festival Hub @ Taman Kuliner
Fueling the world’s second most populous nation, Indian food is renowned for its heartiness – but rarely as haute cuisine. Manjunath Mural – the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star for an Indian restaurant in Southeast Asia – is on a mission to change this. Experience Mural’s exceptional Indian with goat’s cheese pomegranate and avocado Mumbai chaat, and semolina-crusted barramundi with Mangalorean gassi sauce.
Think, Talk, Taste: The Language of Spices
14 May | 14:30 - 15:30
Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner
Clove, kluwak, cinnamon and nutmeg. Coriander, cumin, caraway and mustard. If these words are music to your ears, this session will be food for your soul. Join our local and international spice specialists as they grind up the legendary history of the spice trade and, more importantly, its integration into the social, cultural and economic melting pot of the modern day.
Helianti Hilman – Indigenous Food Biodiversity Frontrunner
Manjunath Mural – Bringing Indian Flavors to the World
Diana von Cranach – Artful Vegan Forager
Arif Springs – Guru Jamu