Cook Your Favorite Thai Dishes with Online Courses from CDTI
Chitralada Technology Institute (CDTI) invites all novice chefs to their series of free online courses on how to cook 20 popular Thai dishes!
Starting to get bored with food deliveries and instant noodles? Now is your chance to put on that chef's hat of yours and warm up the kitchen for some professional cooking.
Don't worry if you're not so familiar with using the stove or handling a frying pan because the Chitralada Technology Institute (CDTI) is now presenting you with a chance to learn how to cook popular Thai dishes with a professional chef right at home for free through Facebook and YouTube live streaming.
The online live courses will feature contemporary Thai cuisine with over 20 different dishes including recipes for “Lard Na” (Thai-style wide noodles in thick gravy), “Pad See Ew” (stir-fried soy sauce noodles), “Pad Kra Pao” (holy-basil chicken stir-fry), “Gang Jued" (Thai clear soup), "Pad Thai" (Thai-style rice noodle stir-fry), and many more.
There will be a total of 10 classes featuring 1-3 dishes each time starting from April 7, 2020, up until May 7, 2020.
Before each class, the CDTI will release the list of ingredients you will need for the dishes of the day. The live stream will take place between 13:00-16:00 on each specified date so be sure to set a reminder!
If you couldn’t make the live demonstration, you can catch up with the recorded version that will be posted later.
Not only will you be learning how to cook each dish professionally for your family and friends, but you can also turn your new skills into a business if you’re looking for an additional source of income.
Dishes: “Pad Kra Pao” (holy-basil stir-fry), “Pad Gratiem” (garlic stir-fry), and “Gang Jued Tang Gwa Yad Sai” (Stuffed Cucumber Soup)
Dishes: “Gang Liang Goong Sod” (spicy mixed vegetable soup with shrimp) and “Tom Klong Pladuk Yang” (hot and sour grilled catfish soup)
Dishes: Lard Na” (Thai-style wide noodles in thick gravy), “Pad See Ew” (stir-fried soy sauce noodles), and “Kanom Jeeb” (steamed Chinese dumplings)
Dishes: “Tub Tim Grob” (water chestnuts in coconut milk) and “Bualoy Pueak” (taro dumplings in sweet coconut cream)
Find out more and join the upcoming cooking classes on the official Facebook page or YouTube of the Chitralada Technology Institute (CDTI) through the links below!