Daily Home Cooking Class

Learn how to create the magical flavours of Singaporean and Asian cuisine in the outdoor kitchen of Ruqxana’s home. For a complete experience, we could also go for a one-hour visit to a local wet market and spice shop before the start of class. This arrangement is at an additional S$50 per person. (Note: no market visits on Mondays)

Time 11.00am – 2.00pm; 3pm – 6pm; 6pm – 9pm
Day(s) Daily accept Sundays ( only private class on Sundays) 
No. of Dishes Taught 3/4 (see schedule)
Cost SGD 100 – SGD 120 per person
Min. no. of students per class 2
Max. no. of students per class 12

Check the class schedule to sign up. You could also buy a Cooking Class Gift Card for a friend.


Over 500 dishes are  taught at Cookery Magic! Here are some example of menus and for upcoming cooking class menus,  please see  schedule.

Iconic Singapore Favourites

Chicken Satay
Peanut Sauce
Nonya Laksa (noodles)

Roti Prata (crispy pancake)
Fish Curry
Dhal (lentil)

  Char Kuey Teow
Chilli Crab
Onde Onde (glutinous balls with palm sugar)

Mee Goreng  (fried noodles)
Otak Otak (bbq fish pate)
Pisang Goreng (banana fritter)


Nonya / Peranakan/ Straits Chinese Spicy Stuffed Fish
Pineapple and Prawn Curry
Chap Chye (vegetable dish)
Pineapple Curry
Ayam Masak Kechup(chicken in soy sauce)
Ladies Fingers with Sambal

Pie Tee (popular starter)
Inci Cabin (spiced baked chicken)
Sambal Serai Udang (lemongrass prawns)


Nonya Fried Rice
Kari Kay (Chicken Curry)
Char Swee (cucumber pickle)
Eurasian Dutch Chicken Curry
Small Mackerel in Lime and Soy Sauce
Sour Long Bean Curry
Siggang Ikan dan Mangga (Sweet Sour Fish and Mango Curry)
Marergozu Fretu ( Fried Bitter Gourd)
Arroz Macau (Macau Rice)


Sambal Kapitang (Chicken Curry with Potatoes)
Soy Limang (Eggplant with Lime and Soy Sauce)
Sambal Chilli Bedri ( Green Chilli Prawn Sambal)
Mohlyu ( Spicy Seafood Curry)
Sambal Bokras (Chicken and Tofu Candlenut Sambal)
Arroz Manteiga (Butter Rice)
Indian Spice Rice
Coriander and Mint Chicken Curry
Yogurt Potatoes
Yogurt Chicken with Almonds and Cashewnuts 
Green Beans with Fennel and Cumin
  Tosai/ Dosa Meal consisting of:Tosai, Dhal, Coconut Chutney, Coriander Chutney, Spiced Potatoes Caramalised Onion Chicken Curry
Tangy Chickpeas
Spicy Fried Okra
Malay Turmeric Rice
Grilled Fish in Banana Leaves
Sambal Kangkong
Acar (cucumber and carrot pickle)
Beef Redang
Sayur Lodeh (vegetable stew)
Serunding (spicy coconut)Sambal Belachan Tumis (chilli paste)
  Long Beans with sambal
Ayam Lemak (Chicken in Spicy Coconut Stew)Grilled Spiced Fish
Chicken Kapitan
Roti Jala 
Wing Bean SaladOnde Onde
Sri Lankan Dry Cashew Nut Curry
Spicy Squid CurryOkra with Spices
Mango CurryBeetroot CurryKangkong with Tomatoes
  Spiced Tuna Balls
Red Chicken CurryEggplant Pickle
Prawn CurryBitter Gourd SambalCauliflower, Peas and Cashew Curry
Thai Pineapple Rice
Green Chicken Curry
Mived vegetables With Basil
Tom Yum Soup
Red Chicken Curry
Green Papaya Salad
  Water Chestnut Rice
Smoked Baked Fish with Taring SauceMango Salad 
Salmon in Green Curry
Smoked Fish with Tamarind Sauce
Steamed Prawns with Garlic
Chinese Paper Wrapped Chicken
Claypot Rice
Fried Marrow with Eggs and Prawns
Lijiang Chicken with Cucumber and Bell Pepper
Fried Lotus Roots
Green Tea Prawns
  Handmade Chicken and Chives Dumpling
Handmade Cheong Fun
Pickled Cucumber
Stir Fried Kailan
Spicy Sichuan Chicken with Cashew Nuts
Steamed Tofu with Herbs
Indonesian Sweet and Sour Pineapple Curry
Grilled Javanese Chicken
Sambal Tempe Penyet (soya bean cake)
Opor Ayam ( spiced chicken in coconut milk)
Ikan Bandeng ( baked fish)
Spicy and Sour Eggplant
Curry Favourites From Around the World Pumpkin Curry (Thai)
Prawn and Mango Curry (Indian)
Chicken Kurma (UK/India) 
Fish Curry with Basil (Indonesian)
Mutton with Caramalised Onions (India)
Chicken and Young Jackfruit Curry (Cambodia)
  Red Beef Curry (Malaysia)
Vegetable and Tofu Curry (Vietnam)
Kerala Lamb (India)
Yellow Sour Fish Curry (Thailand)
Dal Makhani (black lentils)
Chicken Curry with Lime and Potatoes (Myanmar)