A Salad For A Princess | Cooking for the Crown

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Chef Christian Bauer is the co-founder of Troika Sky Dining, a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. It is one of the most exclusive restaurants in Malaysia.

Now, he has a show traveling around the globe and cooking specific dishes for Royal Families. In this episode, he travels to Indonesia to cook for Princess Astrini of Solo Indonesia.

He prepares her late father’s favorite dish, the Huzarensla salad. The dish is so simple that it is more challenging than it seems. And Chef Christian Bauer tries to reinvent classic recipe.

Bonus: this documentary is also educational, and will help you learn something about cooking.

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