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Thai Feast

A brilliant introduction into Thai flavours. (V) (VV) (GF)

  • 65 British pounds

About This Class

Thailand – a land of contrasts and of colour, and, more importantly a feast of flavours. Come with us on a journey to discover the secret to cooking perfect Thai dishes and to finding the perfect balance of the five essential flavours: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy. Pad Gaprao (Pad Kra Pao) – Stir Fry with Pork and Thai Basil: A staple in Thai restaurants, this dish translates to pad = stir-fry, gaprao = holy basil, and combines ground pork with peppery holy(thai) basil in a spicy, brown sauce which is served over jasmine rice and a crispy fried egg on the side. Chicken Satay: Satay is a very popular dish all over Southeast Asia. Any meat or veg can be used to make these delicious skewers but chicken is by far the most popular. They can be grilled or barbequed and served with various sauces, but the traditional peanut and soy is the most popular. Satay (Peanut) Sauce: A deliciously savoury sauce made using ground peanuts, coconut milk, soy and spices. The perfect accompaniment to Satay Skewers, Summer Rolls and Gado Gado. You will make: • Pad Gaprao – Stir Fry with Pork and Thai Basil • Chicken Satay Skewers -Marinated Chicken Skewers • Satay (Peanut) Sauce – Savoury Dipping Sauce Techniques learnt: • Thai flavours • Seasoning • Knife Skills • Stir Frying • Grilling Everything that you prepare will be either eaten for lunch or will be taken home. We are actively trying to cut back on single use containers as much as we can! Please help us by bringing your own own takeaway containers for leftovers/ any food you wish to take home with you. - UPCOMING CLASS DATES 2024 - Sunday 21st July Sunday 11th August Wednesday 25th September Friday 18th October Saturday 23rd November NOTE: If you are looking to book for more than one person but cannot change the 'Number of Participants' from 1, it means that there is only one space left on the class. You will only be able to book one space.

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