Pad Thai Cooking Class Noodles Street Thai Food Easy Recipe
What you'll learn
- Learning step by step to cook Pad Thai
- Learning to use dried rice noodles for cooking
- Advance Thai cooking skill with learning how to cook variety of Pad Thai recipes
- Learning about main ingredients for Pad Thai
- Learning how to make Pad Thai Sauce which is popular method of cooking in Thailand
- Learning how to cook traditional Pad Thai
- Learning about Tamarind and how to make Tamarind paste or sauce for cooking
- Learning tips to cook Pad Thai dishes
- Learning step by step to make authentic chili flakes and grounded peanuts Thai style with top tips.
- Please prepare basic kitchen tools as follows: Knife, cutting board, measuring cup and spoon, plates and bowls, a pan or wok.
- No prior knowledge or experience about Thai Cooking is required. The course will guide you in introduction, ingredients, preparation, and step by step cooking. It is easy to understand and follow with precise recipe guide chart for you to give it a try easily.
Pad Thai is a long-time Thai favourite dish. It is popular Thai Food and easy to find anywhere in Thailand: at food courts, on street food stalls, local markets, local restaurants and high-end restaurants.
The variety of Pad Thai dishes is wide and there is an endless way of enjoying this dish. Different parts of the country have different ways of cooking the dish to make it unique and delicious. The traditional way is very simple and the original Pad Thai recipe. Just cook noodles at high heat with egg, Chinese chives, bean sprouts, chopped sweet preserved daikon radish, Tofu, dried shrimps and ground peanuts. Season the stir-fried noodles with fish sauce, sugar and ground chilli.
Not only is the taste tempting but the texture of Pad Thai noodles is moist and gooey.
The noodles for Pad Thai in Thailand are usually fresh noodles from markets which are locally produced in every province in Thailand and dried noodles, particularly from Chantaburi (a province in eastern Thailand). It calls “Sen Chan” or Chantaburi noodles. Chantaburi dried noodles are famous because of their quality, and once cooked are particularly soft and gooey.
With this reputation, Pad Thai Sen Chan noodles are one of the popular variations with a specific type of the main ingredient and are well-known throughout the country.
I recall when I was a child. I lived in a shophouse nearby the city’s market and I lived nearby one of the shophouses which sold Pad Thai. I liked to go nearby to that place to watch them cooking Pad Thai. It was always busy with people eating Pad Thai or waiting to take it home.
If you love Thai food and you have ever cooked Pad Thai but didn’t get the result as you eat at a restaurant or while eating during your trip in Thailand.
- You never get the taste right, not even close.
- Your stir-fry noodles are soggy and the noodles are cut into small pieces.
- When you finish cooking your noodles stir fry is chewy, sticky catching in roll together, and difficult to eat.
I had the same problems. I never like cooking Pad Thai at home. But you know what, my problems are solved after I tried to practice and discovered small techniques cooking at home and I love cooking Pad Thai even more and am passionate about it.
These cooking classes will help you to enjoy Pad Thai the same as you eat the dish in Thailand.
This course gives you easy-to-follow recipes that you can make at home bringing the authentic local Thai Street food to your kitchen and eating like a Thai.
See you in the kitchen.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner cooks who want to cook Pad Thai Noodles and quickly advance the skill of cooking noodles.
- Intermediate cooks who want to learn variety of Pad Thai dishes and learn more about little tips of cooking Pad Thai.
- Anyone who loves to cook Pad Thai at home for friends and family.
- This course is not suited for advanced chefs.
I am a home chef. I was in the kitchen since I was 6 years old helping my mom around the kitchen.
My first assignment was dishwashing and later I become my mom’s assistant preparing everything she needed for her to cook and one of my jobs was to go to the market after school.
I became the home chef when I was 14 years old - that was the first time, I really took full charge in the family kitchen.
My family has been cooking for generations, my great grandmother, my grandmother, my aunts, my uncles, and my mom.
I want to share the knowledge I have gained and in some cases adapted to teach you recipes I use today to create simple, authentic and delicious Thai meals.
The older generations were able to take their time cooking but as a corporate executive previously and now as an entrepreneur, with a busy daily schedule I have learned to adapt some recipes so they can still be freshly cooked to be healthy and delicious but taking much less time.
Preparation is key to saving time and I will teach you how to do this in advance from showing you what essential items you need to have on hand, to storage of fresh food to be available at any time, to using leftover vegetables to create a simple and delicious dish just with the addition of those essential items.
I am so excited to be here at Udemy as an instructor to share my knowledge and experience with you. This is a lifelong passion for me and if you’d like to learn how to cook delicious Thai food this course will take you on another perspective and experience of Thai home cooking.
Tipyapar Pla Traisombat