zzzCookery: Bangkok Street Food with Chef - Beginner - (11/5) - LIB23986M

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  • Adult Education Programme
  • 16+, Adult, 60+

Activity description

Learn to create amazing Bangkok street food with executive Thai chef Rujira Herd (Ru). You can eat healthy superior Thai food in your own home. Ru will reveal her best-kept trade secrets through 100% hands-on lessons, using herbs which are best for your long-term health ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: None. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO LEARN: By the end of the course students will have learned/be able to: - gained knowledge on essential Thai ingredients, and typical Bangkok street food; and - able to cook Bangkok street food confidently to impress family and friends. HOW THE COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT: 100% hands on. Suitable for those who wish to gain knowledge in blending techniques and what ingredients are used in home and professional Thai kitchens. No need to have any experience in cooking. It is the tutor’s job to make learners achieve success. We will learn the importance of each ingredient and its aroma, how to do preparation, the actual cooking, and how to store and heat up the food to ensure best results. MATERIALS REQUIRED BY STUDENT; APPROXIMATE & ADDITIONAL COSTS: A list of utensils and equipment will be supplied to enrolled students prior to course start date, along with a comprehensive list of ingredients; and tutor contact details as the Tutor can provide ingredients to enrolled students. Please advise about special diets before class. Students are requested to wear flat shoes for comfort and safety; bring their own wok and pot (sauce pan large enough to boil 1 cup of rice); wooden spoon (not a spatula), perforated metal spoon; can opener; peeler; scissors; mortar (only if you have one); a sharp chopping knife 6” - 10” long (not serrated and not a small knife please); apron, tea towel, washing-up liquid and sponge; containers in which to take prepared dishes home; and metal container for left-over hot oil. Please note that schools vary in what equipment they can provide to our courses and that cleanup time is an intrinsic part of your course.

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