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PROGRAMIntroduction to Thai ingredients

Introduction to #1: Thai Ingredients


Course 1

Morning activity:
Introduction to Thai ingredients: Sompon will display a tray of ingredients and will go through each one and explain how to prepare it, how to store it and what can be used as a substitute. Most of this information is already in your cook book, but any extra questions you have we will be happy to answer.

Morning dishes:
Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup
(Tom Yam Goong)
Green Curry With Chicken
(Gaeng Kheo Wan Gai)
Thai Thai Style Fish Cakes
(Tord Man Plaa)
Fried Noodles
(Phad Thai)


Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Fried Noodles (Phad Thai)
Fried Noodles

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Minced Chicken Salad
(Larb Gai)
Water Chestnuts With
Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Spicy Minced Chicken Salad

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Water Chestnuts With
Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk

 

Morning dishes:
Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup
(Tom Yam Goong)
Green Curry With Chicken
(Gaeng Kheo Wan Gai)
Thai Thai Style Fish Cakes
(Tord Man Plaa)
Fried Noodles
(Phad Thai)

Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup (Tom Yam Goong)
Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Fried Noodles (Phad Thai)
Fried Noodles

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Minced Chicken Salad
(Larb Gai)
Water Chestnuts With
Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Spicy Minced Chicken Salad

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Water Chestnuts With
Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk

 

Course #2:
Making the Curry Pastes


Course 2

Morning activity:
Making Curry Pastes: You will make your own curry pastes by using a pestle and mortar. The ingredients will need to be prepared first and then ground to a paste. Sompon will be on hand to help everybody.

Morning dishes:
Panaeng Curry With Pork
(Gaeng Panaeng Muu)
Chiang Mai Curry With Chicken
(Gaeng Hanglay Gai)
Fried Fish With Chilli And Basil
(Pla Nin Laad Prik Bai Horapa)
Sweet And Sour Vegetables
(Phad Prio Wan Phak)

Penang curry with pork
Panaeng Curry With Pork

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Penang curry with pork
Chiang Mai Curry with Chicken

Sweet and sour vegetables
Sweet And Sour Vegetables

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Glass Noodle Salad
(Yam Wun Sen)
Black Sticky Rice Pudding
(Khao Neow Dam Piak)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Spicy Glass Noodle Salad

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Black Sticky Rice Pudding

Course #3:
Tour of the Local Market


Course 3

Tour of a local Thai market, with an explanatioin of the vegetables, herbs, roots and spices being sold.Morning activity:
A tour of the local market: We will take you to the market and explain to you all about the different vegetables, herbs, roots and spices being sold, so you can actually see what these raw products look like before they are cooked.

Morning dishes:
Chicken In Coconut Milk Soup
(Tom Kha Gai)
Red Curry With Fish
(Gaeng Phed Plaa)
Fried Mixed Mushrooms With Baby Corn
(Phad Hed Ruam Khao Pod Orn)
Fried, Big Noodles With Thick Sauce
(Raad Nah Muu)

Penang curry with pork
Chicken In Coconut Milk Soup

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Penang curry with pork
Red Curry With Fish

Sweet and sour vegetables
Fried, Big Noodles
With Thick Sauce

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Papaya Salad And Sticky
Rice (Som Tam)
Steamed Banana Cake
(Khanom Kluay)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Papaya Salad And Sticky Rice

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Steamed Banana Cake

 

Course #4:
Shopping at the Market


Course 4

Shoppping for ingredients at the market. How to choose ingredients that are fresh.Morning activity:
Shopping for ingredients at the market: We will teach you how to choose ingredients that are fresh and each person will have their own shopping list (we pay!).

Morning dishes:
Yellow Curry With Chicken
(Gaeng Garee Gai)
Steamed Fish In Banana Leaves
(Hor Neung Plaa)
Chicken With Cashew Nuts
(Gai Phad Med Mamuang)
Fried Big Noodles With Sweet Soy Sauce
(Phad Siewe)

Fried fish with chilli and basil
Chicken With Cashew Nuts

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.


Yellow Curry With Chicken

Sweet and sour vegetables
Fried Big Noodles
With Sweet Soy Sauce

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Prawn Salad North-Eastern Style
(Plaah Goong)
Bananas in Coconut Milk
(Kluay Buad Chee)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Spicy Prawn Salad
North-Eastern Style

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Bananas in Coconut Milk

 

Vegetable carving: how to use knives to make a flower and leaves from vegetables.Morning activity:
Vegetable Carving: We will teach you the basics of vegetable carving including how to use the knives.You will learn how to make a flower and how to carve leaves.

Morning dishes:
Clear Soup With Minced Pork
(Tom Jued)
Spring Rolls
(Paw Pia Tord)
Roast Duck Curry
(Gaeng Phed Ped Yang)
Fried Chicken With Ginger
(Gai Phad King

Fried fish with chilli and basil
Roast Duck Curry

Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Penang curry with pork
Spring Rolls

Sweet and sour vegetables
Fried Chicken With Ginger

 

 

 

Afternoon Dishes:
Chicken In Pandanus Leaves
(Gai Hor Bai Toey)
Mango With Sticky Rice
(Khaaw Neaw Mamuang)

Spicy Minced Chicken Salad (Larb Gai)
Chicken In Pandanus Leaves

Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)
Mango With Sticky Rice

 

Course #5:
Vegetable Carving

we offers  you a choice of 5 different courses.  Each course has been designed as a one day course so that you will learn the main techniques for cooking Thai food whichever course you attend.  Courses 1 to 5 are run sequentially on five successive days, and then the sequence starts over.
Please locate your preferred course(s) from our List of Courses page.
Then, we will check for you  on which days we teach your course(s).
Knowing these days, you can then register for your course

 

 

 

 

CHIANG MAI THAI COOKERY SCHOOL
The First and Best Thai Cooking School in Chiangmai

The internationally renowned Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School was established in 1993 and was the first Thai cooking school to open in Chiang Mai.
It is owned and run by Sompon Nabnian Thailand's international TV chef and his English wife, Elizabeth.
With over 15 years experience of teaching over 100,000 people from all over the world, it is the leading Thai cooking school in Chiang Mai.

Our Thai Cooking School has:

Our courses include:

 

Introduction to #1:
Thai Ingredients
Couse 1#

Morning activity:
Introduction to Thai ingredients: Sompon will display a tray of ingredients and will go through each one and explain how to prepare it, how to store it and what can be used as a substitute. Most of this information is already in your cook book, but any extra questions you have we will be happy to answer.


Morning dishes:
Thai Hot And Sour Prawn Soup(Tom Yam Goong)
Green Curry With Chicken (Gaeng Kheo Wan Gai)
Thai Thai Style Fish Cakes(Tord Man Plaa)
Fried Noodles (Phad Thai)
Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.
Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Minced Chicken Salad(Larb Gai)
Water Chestnuts With Sugar Syrup And Coconut Milk (Tab Tim Grob)

 

Course #2:
Making the Curry Pastes
Course 2#

Morning activity:
Making Curry Pastes: You will make your own curry pastes by using a pestle and mortar. The ingredients will need to be prepared first and then ground to a paste. Sompon will be on hand to help everybody.

Morning dishes:
Panaeng Curry With Pork (Gaeng Panaeng Muu)
Chiang Mai Curry With Chicken(Gaeng Hanglay Gai)
Fried Fish With Chilli And Basil (Pla Nin Laad Prik Bai Horapa)
Sweet And Sour Vegetables(Phad Prio Wan Phak)
Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.
Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Glass Noodle Salad(Yam Wun Sen)
Black Sticky Rice Pudding(Khao Neow Dam Piak)

Course #3:
Tour of the Local Market
Course 3#

Morning activity:
A tour of the local market: We will take you to the market and explain to you all about the different vegetables, herbs, roots and spices being sold, so you can actually see what these raw products look like before they are cooked.
Morning dishes:
Chicken In Coconut Milk Soup(Tom Kha Gai)
Red Curry With Fish(Gaeng Phed Plaa)
Fried Mixed Mushrooms With Baby Corn(Phad Hed Ruam Khao Pod Orn)
Fried, Big Noodles With Thick Sauce(Raad Nah Muu)
Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.
Afternoon Dishes:
Papaya Salad And Sticky Rice (Som Tam)
Steamed Banana Cake(Khanom Kluay)

Course #4:
Shopping at the Market
Course 4#

Morning activity:
Shopping for ingredients at the market: We will teach you how to choose ingredients that are fresh and each person will have their own shopping list (we pay!).
Morning dishes:
Yellow Curry With Chicken(Gaeng Garee Gai)
Steamed Fish In Banana Leaves(Hor Neung Plaa)
Chicken With Cashew Nuts(Gai Phad Med Mamuang)
Fried Big Noodles With Sweet Soy Sauce(Phad Siewe)
Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.
Afternoon Dishes:
Spicy Prawn Salad North-Eastern Style(Plaah Goong)
Bananas in Coconut Milk(Kluay Buad Chee)

Course #5:
Vegetable Carving
Course 5#

Morning activity:
Vegetable Carving: We will teach you the basics of vegetable carving including how to use the knives.You will learn how to make a flower and how to carve leaves

 

Morning dishes:
Clear Soup With Minced Pork(Tom Jued)
Spring Rolls (Paw Pia Tord)
Roast Duck Curry (Gaeng Phed Ped Yang)
Fried Chicken With Ginger (Gai Phad King
Lunch
Students eat the dishes they have prepared in the morning.

Afternoon Dishes:
Chicken In Pandanus Leaves(Gai Hor Bai Toey)
Mango With Sticky Rice(Khaaw Neaw Mamuang)

 

We offers  you a choice of 5 different courses.  Each course has been designed as a one day course so that you will learn the main techniques for cooking Thai food whichever course you attend.  Courses 1 to 5 are run sequentially on five successive days, and then the sequence starts over.
Please locate your preferred course(s) from our List of Courses page.
Then, we will check for your own which days we teach your course(s).
Knowing these days, you can then register for your course

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