Thai Cooking Class Singapore
Thai foods are renowned for the blending of many exotic flavours and tastes
Sweet. Sour. Spicy. Salty. Bitter.
Discover the secrets of combining these 5 unique tastes into one authentic Thai cuisine!
Whilst Thai food has a well-established reputation for being spicy, there is actually a delicate balance of the 5 different flavours;
Spicy. Sour. Sweet. Salty. Bitter.
Harmonious Blend of Tastes
The ideal Thai meal is a harmonious blend of the spicy, the subtle and the sweet and sour, and meant to be equally satisfying to the eyes, the nose and the palate. Unlike Western meals, which prioritise putting things together that taste similar, Thai meals tend to combine bright and disparate flavours all into one dish.
A Multi-Course Thai Gourmet
Most Thai dishes are stir fried or grilled and served with rice. Fish, beef and chicken are prepared in various ways and cut into bite-sized pieces. They are then stir fried together with garlic, chilli and basil.
Traditional Thai desserts are predominantly made from various combinations of rice, coconut milk, and sugar, and they generally tastes rather sweet.
A Thai salad is often one of the spiciest Thai dishes and is frequently ordered as one of the many communal dishes in a meal. It is generally made of raw vegetables mixed with chili, lime, and fish sauce.
The consistency of each Thai curry varies widely, with some curries arguably classifiable as soups. However, most Thai curries are coconut milk-based and some are spicier than others.
Famous Thai Dishes
Mango Sticky Rice (ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง)
More commonly named khao neow mamuang (ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง), Mango Sticky Rice is everyone’s favourite Thai delicacy. The rice is steamed and mixed with thick coconut cream and sugar, before being paired with ripe, yellow, sweet mango, and served with extra coconut cream on top. Crispy yellow mung beans are sprinkled on top to complete this simple yet fulfilling delicacy.
Pad Thai Noodles (ผัดไทย)
Sweet, sour and salty tastes blend and balance perfectly in this traditional Thai favourite. Pad Thai Noodles is a popular Thai stir-fried rice noodles dish with vegetables in a sweet and savoury sauce and topped with crushed peanuts.
Tom Yum Soup (ต้มยำ)
This soup is one of the famous of all Thai foods, one that promises to stimulate all your senses. The distinct flavours of lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, fresh Thai chilies, and fresh lime juice, all combined into one amazing broth is guaranteed to light up your taste buds.
Why Learn Thai Cuisine
With Thai cuisine trending world-wide with its unique flavours and taste,
There is no better time to start learning than now
Put on your Chef Hat, and learn to craft some authentic Thai Cuisines with us!
There are few cuisines in the world that whets up your appetite like an authentic Thai Dish does
Learn the techniques and secrets of blending 5 apparently contrasting tastes into several Thai delicacies!
Equip yourself with the skills necessary to prepare a Thai dish in the comfort of your very own home!
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Thai Treats I
100% hands-on from scratch; you will learn how to cook up these authentic Thai Cuisines with the ingredients provided. Learn the skills, techniques and knowledge of crafting different Thai Cuisines! Learn to cook up Mango Sticky Rice, Spicy Toufu Salad, Green Curry Paste and Green Curry in this class!
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“The classes are easy to follow, it’s completely hands on, you get to eat what you make, and depending on the class, you leave with some of the fruits of your labor. Thank you SGCookingLessons for this great experience!”Xavier Lim
“I highly recommend the cooking classes at SGCookingLessons. I had one of the best experiences with the Chef and assistants. They have all of the ingredients for each dish set up for you so that they can show you and have you practice the various skills such as knife skills to thinly slice or shave vegetables to get a restaurant qualify finished product. I had expected to learn some recipes, but I left having learnt real skills!”Pan Chen Ting
“I truly enjoyed the cooking class! I found that I learned new things that I did not know before and confirmed things that I was doing right. I thought the chef was very personable and knowledgeable. I can’t wait to make the recipes at home and I appreciate that they are simple, easy to manage and healthy!”Kathy Phua