How To Make Thai Food Recipes: Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet
Bringing Thai Food Recipes to Your Kitchen Learn how to balance hot, sour, salty and sweet flavors in this vibrant cuisine. Note: the summer rolls are actually Vietnamese, but these neighboring Southeast Asian cuisine share so many similar flavors and ingredients that we threw them in too! Summer Rolls with Fresh Shrimp, Mango and Cilantro and Peanut-Coconut Dipping Sauce This 2 & 1/2 hour class will cover: Crispy Fish with Tamarind-Chile-Thai Basil Sauce Green Curry Chicken with Coconut Milk and Thai Eggplant Steamed Jasmine Rice Cancelation Policy: Please note that we have a firm 48-hour cancellation policy to ensure that we have enough time to re-fill your seat with another student. While it is not in our nature to say no, we are simply not able to offer credit for last-minute illnesses or work-related conflicts. However, you are always welcome to send someone in your place, because we understand that these things do happen.
Founded in 2002, Home Cooking New York provides intimate and hands-on cooking classes at their Manhattan school as well as private classes in students’ home kitchens. Our clients range from absolute beginners to amateur home cooks who want to expand their culinary education. HCNY’s classes range from the basic cooking techniques (Culinary Boot Camp for Everyone, Six Basic Cooking Techniques, How to Cook Fish, Pork Lovers’ Workshop) to cuisine-focused favorites (Indian, Thai, Korean, French Bistro, Middle Eastern, Northern Italian). Each 2 ½ hour class includes a recipe packet and has a maximum of 10 students. The class is centered around the preparation of a complete menu and culminates in a sit-down meal with your fellow students.
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