Halal Baking Classes by Muslim Instructors
In the last couple of days, I got quite a number of enquiries on this site for halal baking classes.
As far as I know, all the instructors I work with do not use pork related product in their kitchen or baking studio.
What are the criteria for a halal baking class?
Since most of the instructors I work with are home based, I don’t think they will have the resources to obtain an official halal certificate.
What are halal and non halal baking ingredients?
I was very curious about this aspect and did some research online.
I found a very good resource on the subject from The Muslim Consumer Group web site.
The site listed a large number of halal and non halal baking ingredients.
Some of the non halal ingredients are:
- Adenosine 5 – Monophosphate
- Alcohol as solvent in flavor
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Brewer’s Yeast
- Brewer’s Yeast Extract
- Cochineal/Carmine color
- Confectionery Glaze from insect secretion
If you want to learn more, you can check out The Muslim Consumer Group baking ingredients web page by clicking here.
The halal baking classes that I will recommend
In conclusion, which are the halal baking classes that I would recommend?
At the moment, I am working with 4 Muslim baking instructors.
Their classes are located in:
To check out all our baking classes in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley, click here.