Delicious Thai food should be a wonderful experience while on tour in Thiland. Thai food cooking class are available every where in Thailand. If you Love Thai food it would be a good idea to add a cooking class to your itinerary. Here are the list of dishes, click on the dish you would like to learn how to cook for the recipe and to see the on line video
Thai spring rolls are a favorite at parties or great for
a picnic. They are delicious and simple to prepare once you know the proper
way. In the online video you will be taught by Chef Chanrat Karatna, nickname Air, and his staff not only how to cook Thai Spring Rolls but about the ingredients.
Copy the recipe below then watch the Thai Spring Roll video
Thai Spring Rolls
Por Piah Thod
8 spring roll sheets (from store bought package)
2 cups shredded carrots
2 cups shredded cabbage
2 cups bean sprouts
1 cup glass noodles
¼ tsp ground black pepper
1 - 2 tbsp light soy sauce
Sprig of sweet basil for garnish.
1 tbsp cooking oil
1 – 2 tsp sugar
Soak the glass noodles in cold water for 15 minutes or until soft, drain and cut into short lengths. Heat the cooking oil
over low heat, add carrot, cabbage, stir fry for 3 – 5 minutes. Then add the sugar, light
soy sauce and ground black pepper mixture, bean sprout and glass noodles, stir until it becomes fairly dry. Remove and spread the mixture on a plate to cool for
30 minutes or more. Divide the filling into 8 portions; place the filling in the center of the spring roll sheet on a flat
surface. Start rolling tightly folding the sides in half way through the rolling process. Seal the wrapper with beaten egg.
Place in the refrigerator until ready to fry. Heat cooking oil in a wok to medium to high heat. Deep fry the spring roll and
keep turning them until crispy and golden brown. Remove and drain. Cut each spring roll into 3 pieces and serve hot with plum