The ‘Tom Yum Goong’ – spicy soup is widely enjoyed in South East Asia and also in Western countries – now you can make this delicious soup at home. If you are not good with hot and spicy foods, we can adjust the amount of chilli to your preference. You will also learn how to make everybody’s favourite “Pad Thai Noodle” in the class as well as son-in-law egg recipe Sachie picked up on her research through Thailand. Why is it called that? The rather gruesome story goes that Thai mothers cook this dish for their soon-to-be son-in-laws as a warning about taking good care of their precious daughters, or else someone might find their own valuable bits deep-fried, sliced and served up in a hot, spicy sauce.
- ‘Tom Yum Goong” Hot and Sour Thai prawn soup
- Pad Thai – authentic Stir-Fried Noodle
- “Son-in-law egg” – Pan fried boiled egg with sweet tamarind sauce