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Ice Cream Making Made Easy

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This course is designed for individuals who want to know the basics of ice cream making without the technicalities. Participants will make and compare ice cream of different fat contents during the practical session. Participants will be equipped with knowledge on the functions of the common ingredients used in ice cream and can apply the knowledge learnt in the workshop to make ice cream at home. 

 

The workshop covers these activities: 
i. Hands-on ice cream making experience 
ii. Short lecture on the different types of frozen desserts, functions of common ingredients used in ice cream and ice cream manufacturing process

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$57.00

SkillsFuture Credit Eligible

Provider

Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP)

Email

aw_xuan_ting@nyp.edu.sg / candice_chang@nyp.edu.sg

Duration

4 hours over 1 session

Contact

6550 1546 / 6550 1594


Commencement

13 Sep 2022

Registration

Closed

Venue

180 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Singapore 569830


Trainer

Ms Lin Liang

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Trainer's Profile

Ms Lin Liang

Lin Liang has over 10 years of experience as a lecturer in the Diploma in Food Science & Nutrition in Nanyang Polytechnic. She has guided several final year project students in the development of award winning dairy products such as Traffic Jam Ice Cream which is a diabetic-friendly ice cream made of 3 different vegetable flavours. She enjoys teaching on ice cream as it is one of her favourite foods. 

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