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Cooking Classes
Cooking Classes

Learn how to cook delicious Thai meals in my cooking classes.

It's easier than you think and it's a lot of fun!

Suggested Sets

The recommended sets are put together to contain dishes that vary in tastes, styles, meats, vegetables and preparations but you can of course ask to learn a different combination. The spiciness (0-10) can be adjusted by adding less or more chilli paste and/or chilli peppers.

Set 1

Green Curry with Chicken (5/10)

Larb Moo (pork salad) (4/10)

Thai Omelette (1/10)

Set 2

Red Curry with Pork (5/10)

Stir Fried Sea Bass with Chilli Sauce (6/10)

Pad Khrapao with Chicken (6/10)

Set 3

Panang Curry with Chicken (5/10)

Phad No Mai with Pork (6/10)

Chicken with Soya Bean Sauce (0/10)

Set 4

Bamboo Curry with Pork (5/10)

Tom Ka Kai (1/10)

Stir Fried Pork with Long Bean (6/10)

Set 5

Pumpkin curry with chicken (6/10)

Chicken in fish sauce (1/10)

Tom Yum Kung with shrimps (5/10)

Vegetarian and Vegan Options

Most Thai dishes contain meat (pork, beef, chicken, fish or seafood), and even those that don't may contain fish sauce, oyster sauce or shrimp paste. It is possible to create strictly vegetarian or vegan alternatives to some of the dishes above but of course they will taste a lot more bland and will loose some of the famous Thai favour.


The right, fresh and authentic ingredients are the key to a successful cooking experience. Even if you may have some of the ingredients at home, I will only use the vegetables, meat, sauces and other ingredients I buy or create myself as I must be absolutely sure that I have everything we will need. 


If all the ingredients are in place, the cooking class will last between 2 and 3 hours.



If you also want to learn to select and buy the right Thai vegetables and other ingredients, you may join me for a shopping experience in SAPA (the Vietnamese market). In that case, please expect to add about 2 more hours for the trip and moving around the usually crowded market.


The cooking will take place in your home (gas is ideal but you can make Thai food on any type of stove as well). Thai cooking doesn’t require many special utensils but to be sure, I always bring a few of my favourite ones.

Conditions upon request.

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