CEO & PASTRY chef
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Strawberry jam is probably the most common jam out there – well, adding basil turns it into something different!
Add a touch of lemon to a blueberry jam and you’ve created a new flavour!
Making jam using apples is great – it obviously tastes amazing. Add a bit of cinnamon and it takes it to another level.
Use coconut milk to make coconut jam – you’ve probably never heard of it, but try it and you’ll never regret it.
Raspberry jams are delicious with all the berry-ness and the tanginess that makes it amazing.
Fig jam has so much flavour with all the seeds popping inside your mouth. Here you will learn how to make red wine & fig jam which gives a deeper flavour to the figs.
Using ripe bananas to make jam will yield fantastic results with all the banana flavour simply reduced in a jam jar.
Milk tea jams are not common – but they almost feel like nutella…not just the texture but because you’ll crave for more.
Making jam is much easier than you think. Just follow the steps in the tutorial and you’ll make your own jam in no time.
This course covers a total of 8 jam recipes – starting from fruit jams all the way to milk tea jam. You’ll become the master of jams after this course.
Take strawberry jam, add basil and it turns into something special. This philosophy was applied throughout the course to create special jam recipes.
Hanbit comes from a non-pastry background. He worked in banking, consulting and IT. This meant that in order to become a pastry chef, he learnt everything from scratch. This journey helped him design his courses such that it’s accessible to home-bakers as well as professionals.
Hanbit’s genuinely interested in the science of baking. Thus, he tries to take the time to explain about the role of specific ingredients and how the methods work. In turn this helps his students to reduce the chances of failure.
Hanbit has been teaching students at his academy (Sugar Lane) for the past 4 yrs. Having taught more than 2000 students He has seen enough to know where students make mistakes and experience difficulties.
CEO & PASTRY chef