Classic Thai Cooking class by Maliwan Thai Cooking Class

9 Sip Sam Hang Road, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand


There are many dishes considered part of Thai Cuisine. But we have selected the nice four dishes for the class. Most of them take a bit of experience in the kitchen and are more elaborate than simple fare. However, this class is opened for those who never been in a kitchen up to the master.

Session: This class has 1 session

Date & Time: Sun 4 Jul 2021 09:00 – 13:00

Class recipes:

Here’re our available menus for your selected class. All menus are carefully picked by our chef. You’ll see the dish name in both Thai and English together with its description. Feel free to let us know if you‘re not sure with any details.

  • Dish Name: Sweet and Sour Pork Red Curry with Water Spinach


Kaeng The-po is a mild curry infused with fresh Thai herbs and very complex in its taste. The freshness of Kaffir Lime is something to treasure in this dish. The name “The-po” is derived from a very rare kind of freshwater fish found in Chao Phraya river called Black Ear Catfish; fatty belly cuts are highly prized. Nowadays, this dish is commonly served with pork. It is a very rich, but so full of vegetables likes water spinach (morning glory) that it does not feel too indulgent. This Thai red curry will make a fantastic meal and surely fulfill your appetite.

  • Dish Name: Green Papaya Salad


Som Tum is a very common dish eaten throughout Thailand. It’s spicy, tangy, crunchy, light and healthy dish. Our Som Tum is hand-grated green papaya pounded in an earthenware mortar with garlic, dried shrimps, bird’s eye chilles, palm sugar, fish sauce, lime juice, and tamarind juice.

  • Stir-Fried Pork with Thai Roasted Chilies Paste


Description: It’s a delicious main dish with a distinctive Asian taste. Get ready to wok and toss fresh vegetables with tender piece of pork in a tasty Thai roasted chilies paste. This is a quick and easy dish to spice up your lunch or dinner.

  • Fried Spring Rolls


Deep fried crispy golden rolls with oriental stuffing, served with red sweet and sour sauce can be a great appetizer or party food. Get some help from your kids or guests with the rolling, and you will be in loved and have so much fun with these fresh home-made fried spring rolls.

  • Kaeng Kua Curry Paste


This version of red curry paste can be prepared and then used for several different Thai dishes. It’s packed with flavors. These homemade, moist, concentrated blends of chilies, spices, and aromatics like lemongrass, kaffir lime rind, shrimp paste, shallots, garlic, galangal and coriander roots will create restaurant-quality dish that you can make at your home kitchen.

Class Included:

  • Traditional Thai local market walking tour
  • Purchase some cooking ingredients and experience local life in the market
  • Welcome drink
  • Prepare 5-6 dishes
  • Certificate of attendance given
  • Rice serving
  • Maximum of 8 participants
  • Maliwan’s Thai recipes

Please contact us for more information.

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