Thai Cuisine? Check!
I’ve wanted to learn Thai cuisine for so long that I don’t even remember since when exactly… and finally, I did it!!
2018 has really started out well for me and I’m really grateful for it. Last year Vishal wanted to learn Italian cuisine as he and I both love Italian food, and he loves cooking, so he was very interested in going to an Italian cooking workshop and giving me a surprise by making pasta at home for me. So he searched a contact who taught Italian, but unfortunately, whenever they had Italian workshop, Vishal was busy. So he waited for some time and then gave up and told me about his plan and asked me to do it instead and then teach him so that he can cook Italian for me. Isn’t that sweet!!
Well, I agreed because I love cooking too, though I have already learned Italian twice, so I wasn’t that keen. Still, I registered for the next Italian workshop, but as fate would have it Eva wasn’t well at the time and I had to miss the class. Since then I’ve been waiting for the Italian workshop but it hasn’t been planned since as it is an extensive 2-day course. Luckily the same studio teaches other things as well including Thai cuisine. And when I received their message saying that they have a Thai cooking class on Wednesday (17th Jan’18) I immediately registered. Thankfully I was free and everything worked out! I met some really great people and learned some amazing Thai recipes.
Here’s what all I learned:
- Som Tam (Green Papaya Salad)
- Tom Yum Soup
- Nam Prik Pow Relish
- Peanut Sauce
- Tofu and Paneer Satay with Peanut Sauce
- Pad Thai Noodles
- Thai Green Curry
- Thai Red Curry
- Jasmine Steamed Rice
- Thai Basil Fried Rice
- Lemon Grass Coconut Milk Pudding With Tropical Fruits
I’ll be trying these dishes next week as I need to get all the proper vegetables (some are really hard to find like Kaffir Lime Leaves and Galangal) and hope it turns out as good as these.
Hope you guys liked the pictures!