Chef Shih Erh has been acquainted with Thai cuisine since a tender age of 6. Born into a family of accomplished cooks and restauranteurs, she has since carved her own identity of presenting classic original dishes with an added touch of her creation. Relishing from the delicious dishes from her first class, we are very excited with this new menu of lesser known Thai dishes.
1. Lemongrass Salad Wrap (Yam Takrai)
While lemongrass is often cooked or added into rempahs, the Thais love to have them raw in their salads. Finely cut lemongrass slices, roasted peanuts and coconut flakes add crunch and flavor to this southern Thai appetiser. You can eat it on its own or with fresh crunchy lettuce wraps. Light and bursting with flavors!
2. Seafood Steamed Custard with Young Coconut (Hor Mook Telay)
This is the Thai version of otak otak. A coconut custard infused with fresh herbs and slices of young coconut, packed with seafood like fish, prawns and freshly peeled crab meat. A mouthful of goodness steamed in banana leaf pockets.
3. Grilled Pork Collar with Steamed Glutinous Rice (Kor Moo Yang Khao Neeo)
Marinated pork collar marinated for 24 hours with fresh herbs. Grilled to a perfectly caramelized texture, then dipped in a hot chilli sauce and paired with a steamed Thai glutinous rice - this dish will make you abandon all dieting limits.
4.Thai Ice Tea Coconut Milk Pudding (Woon Khatid Cha Yen)
Dual layered pudding of Thai milk tea and coconut milk topped with a sweet and fragrant palm sugar drizzle. A very enticing finish to a scrumptious meal.
Hands-on with Demonstration by Chef
Food Tasting Participants will sample all the items.
Take Home Items Participants will take home a Recipe Pack.