HCMC – The Binh Duong Professional Chef’s Guild on August 25 held a training course on processing foreign beef for four dishes at Song be Golf Palm Resort in Binh Duong Province, attracting nearly 70 young chefs and culinary students.
During the training course, culinary lecturer Nguyen Thanh Tam from HCMC-based Hoa Sen University and Chef Nguyen Quoc Truong from Song Be Golf Palm Resort showcased their skills in processing beef and shared knowledge and steps of cooking the four dishes.
They are “Gilded” Tomahawk beef ribs with pepper sauce, beef steak with spicy sauce, beef ribs grilled in the South Korea style and Australian beef smoked with jumbo sauce.
The Tomahawk beef steak with pepper sauce has become a sought-after dish in Vietnam, so many restaurants are serving the dish to attract customers, said a representative of the organizer of the training course.
The training course was part of a series of courses organized monthly by the Binh Duong Professional Chef’s Guild to improve professional skills of young chefs in Binh Duong and promote the culinary values of the province and the country as a whole.
In May, the guild organized a training course on cooking two dishes, including chicken and mangosteen salad and shrimp paste beef hotpot. Besides, a training course on processing goat meat was held in June, while another held in July on processing a wild boar for five dishes attracted over 60 young chefs and culinary students.
The Binh Duong Professional Chef’s Guild, which has recently been established, has a mission to introduce and spread the province’s culinary values to domestic and foreign tourists. In addition, the guild is a bridge and a playground for chefs to exchange experience, widen knowledge and improve skills.