Available for our Singapore and Malaysia fans
Macarons, a Parisian-style snack has recently been made popular again in Korea. But here’s the twist — there’s a supersized version called ddung-carons (translated to Fat-carons) that has become all the rage now.
So if you’re looking to master a new dessert for your tea-time snack, look no further. Ride on the macaron wave and brighten your dessert table at home by learning how to bake Korean Chubby Macarons (Korean Fat-carons). In our latest edition of our Kenwood Live series, local patisserie and baker from Nanatang : bake house and studio, will be sharing 2 exciting flavours of fat-carons that you can recreate at the comfort of your home.
Click here to sign up or on the link below to register your interest in the LIVE event!