I have grouped a few popular Thai dishes that go well together based on classes for two people or four people.
A typical Thai meal would be a nice variety of dishes. Something spicy, something more liquid like a soup or curry and something with more vegetables.
Your cooking class always includes spring rolls which make a great appetiser and you can also round off you Thai meal by choosing mango with sticky rice.
My afternoon Thai cooking classes always include a Thai dessert.
I often get asked if I can teach Mango with Sticky Rice and Coconut Milk. So often in fact that I have decided to add it to my Khao Lak Thai cooking class menu.
So if fragrant Thai curries or spicy soups aren’t you thing, why not try something sweet and delicious instead.
I have prepared a few sample menus I hope will inspire you to prepare your very own Thai banquets. These are ideal if you want to book you class as a family or group.
If you want to wow family and friends when you return home, this menu will impress even an experienced Thai cook:
I have put this menu together based on the most popular dishes my guests choose to learn with me, Thailand’s greatest hits:
Just because you do not eat meat there is no reason to miss out on the delicious Thai flavours. I would recommend:
Perhaps the most famous region in Thailand for foodies is Isarn, these exotic dishes simply explode with intense flavours: