Master Chef Wong Yean Loong – Flavors, Swiss Garden Int, KL

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Chef Wong began his career in 1995 gaining valuable experience working for various restaurants and 5 star hotels and resorts in Australia, Macau and Malaysia. Chef Wong specializes in oriental and Asian cuisine with particular emphasis on the best quality produce. Amongst his many stints, Chef Wong has gained exposure in the prestigious Swiss-Grand Resort & Spa Bondi Beach, Australia where he created a series of wine dinners featuring oriental and Asian creations. The chef joined the Swiss-Garden Group in 1998 as Chef de Partie at Swiss-Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur and now his responsibilities include overseeing various operational aspects which includes kitchen management, menu planning and cost management

Caesar Salad

Swiss-Garden’s Caesar Salad

Ingredients
100gm Romaine lettuce
50gm Parmesan Cheese basket
10gm Chopped beef bacon
50gm Crouton
10gm Caesar dressing

Preparation
Croutons
50gm White bread (cubes)
2gm Chopped parsley and basil
30gm Olive oil
1gm Salt

Lightly fry the cubes of white bread with chopped parsley and basil until golden brown

Caesar dressing
1 Egg yolk
4gm Chopped garlic
5gm Chopped anchovies
10gm Dijon mustard
5gm White vinegar
10gm Olive oil
5gm Lemon juice
5gmParmesan cheese powder

Simply mix all ingredients together to form an emulsion and assemble the romaine lettuce onto the parmesan cheese basket. Drizzle the emulsion onto the lettuce and sprinkle the bacon and croutons.

2 Comments

  • Padma
    July 13, 2008 - 8:55 pm | Permalink

    That looks awesome! I was wondering if we can find recipe for parmesan cheese basket…. the dressing seems divine!

    Reply

  • Dee
    July 15, 2008 - 9:38 am | Permalink

    How was your dinner last night?
    I had a mentaiko pasta as no black tie last night (where my husband was playing) and was wondering what you both were eating (one track mind, haha).

    Reply

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