Thai cooking lesson with Tip
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Thai cooking lesson with Tip
Min: 2 Max: 4
Tom Yam Kung
Tom Yam Kung is the most famous Thai dish among foreigner and Thai people. It is Very flavorful and healthy, the kind of soup that I can eat everyday without getting bored of it. I always have Tom Yam Kung when I have a flu or catch a cold also it work amazingly when i am hung over. There are many version of Tom Yam Kung such as with or without coconut milk or milk. Moreover, it is a lot easier to make as it may seem.
Kanom Pang Nah Moo
I have a big love for fried food. This snack/appetizer was very popular when I was a kid and very common to see people sell it on the street near school. I don't really buy this food from the street anymore, I guess I have become more aware of the oil that the vendor might be using. Kanom Pand Nah Moo is the very first dish I have ever tried making at home when I was in elementary school ( it is that easy ). Also if you dont feel comfortable eating fried food, this dish can also be done in the oven.
Kai Look Kei
This dish is not easy to find in the restaurant, so, to me, finding any restaurant that offer it is like finding treasure. Also, in my mind, it guaranteed how good that restaurant could be. Tamarind sauce is the best sauce on earth. The sourness from tamarind and the sweetness from coconut sugar is really incomparable. Sadly, Tamarind sauce can only be eaten with some specific food. Well, if you are getting bored of plain boiled egg, you might wanna try this one.
Yam Woon Sen
Yam Woon Sen is really refreshing and light salad. It is also a famous diet dish in Thailand. It is also a good idea for party since it can be eaten at room temperature or cold.The ingredient can be made ahead of time and just mix it with the salad dressing at the last minutes.
This dessert usually served in a small banana leaf cup in Thailand, and usually comes in a small cup only for a bite. In Thailand, we also mix corn, taro or young coconut flake into the tapioca portion. it is not very common to find this dessert in a restaurant (except the expensive Thai restaurant) but rather at the dessert store.
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Hello everybody! My name is Lalinthip, but you can call me Tip.
I'm from Thailand, but I've lived in Brazil and United States before coming to Japan.
I love cooking and sharing food and thoughts about recipes.
I graduated as a pastry chef in New York, but being so often away from home, I have also been learning how to prepare Thai food dishes. I'm particularly interested in "street food" which has a great variety and is offered by each vendor with its unique flavor.
I think that sharing food is a great way of knowing new cultures and I hope you can appreciate my country through my recipes! "
Max. guests: 4
Min. guests: 2
Items to bring: apron, small towel, note pad, (tupperware, freezer bags)
About leftovers: after eating, please make sure you check with the host what can be taken home. Food taken home remains your own responsibility, so please be careful about food poisoning etc.
Payment should be made before the lesson. We accept credit card or bank transfers.
On the booking page you’ll be able to select your booking method and see payment instructions.
Cancellations are possible after making a booking. Refunds are as shown below:
・If cancellation is made more than 10 days before the lesson (AM0:00): 100％ refund
・If cancellation is made between 5 and 10 days before the lesson (AM0:00): 50％ refund
・If cancellation is made less than 5 days before the lesson (AM0:00): no refund
Target：「Over 16 years old (only adults)」