This is Chef Kae's third Thai Cooking Class and she hopes that all of her past and present students will enjoy this all new class very much. This is her largest Thai cooking course ever with a mix of traditional, well known Thai recipes plus a few "specialty" recipes, better known mostly by native Thai people. If you enjoy Thai food and would like to learn more about how it is prepared, then this is the course for you!
Each lesson contains a list of ingredients for culinary students who would like to try to cook Thai in there homes or share with others. The Thai cooking classes are simple to follow and do not require any special kitchen tools and equipment. Although authentic Thai and/or Asian ingredients are recommended for best results, it is possible to find substitutes in a pinch.
Each lesson averages around 10 to 15 minutes and are easy to understand. We have included English voice overs to help clarify cooking instructions. Chef Kae welcomes any and all comments and encourages her students to participate in discussions.
We hope you enjoy Chef Kae's best Thai Cooking course, to date!
You will learn how to prepare and cook Som Tam Boo Pla Ra.
Pla-ra (Thai: ปลาร้า [plaː ráː]) which is a traditional Thai seasoning produced by fermenting fish with rice bran or roasted rice powder and salt fermented in a closed container for at least six months.Pla ra is mostly used in northeastern food such as green papaya salad. Its flavors are salty and sour, depending on the amount of salt put in.
You will learn how to cook Goong Pad Prik Gaeng, which is a shrimp stir fry in red curry paste.
This goong pad prik gaeng recipe is quite easy to make, as long as you already have some Thai red curry paste handy. This is a popular Thai street food that is everyone's favorite and easy to prepare.
In this lecture you will learn how to easily prepare Som Tam with Shrimp.Thai green papaya salad, known as som tam (ส้มตำ) in Thai, is one of the most common and readily available dishes in Thailand. Som tam (ส้มตำ) comes from the northeastern part of the country known as Isaan, but these days you’ll find it everywhere from Chiang Rai to Bangkok. Throughout every city in Thailand, green papaya salad is one of the staples of street food cooking and dining. It’s fresh, light, easy to prepare, and tastes absolutely wonderful.
At the end of this course, you will be able to prepare and cook Thai Sweet and Sour Salmon.
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to prepare Mango Sticky Rice, a very popular and delicious Thai dessert dish.
Larb Gai is a spicy dish of chopped chicken, mint, basil and red onions dressed with lime juice and ground red chilies. The dish is traditionally served with Thai jasmine rice or "sticky" rice.
Learn to prepare a traditional and delicious Thai red curry stir fry with Shrimp.
I was trained as a Thai chef 15 years ago at a first class hotel in Bangkok and later worked as a chef in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I owned and managed several Thai seafood restaurants in the Bangkok region. In 2012, I married my husband, who is American, and we now live in the USA. I have been involved in a successful Thai catering and restaurant business for the past few years but now wish to share my knowledge and love of Thai cooking with my friends and students around the world.
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