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Mina's Thai Cookery Class

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Yao Noi’s luxury resorts including Six Senses offer cookery courses but a more low-key choice is Mina’s Cooking Classes.

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This friendly local chef teaches from her home using her own home-grown herbs and spices for the class.

Each class, which up to four people can join, includes tips on how to make your own coconut milk in the traditional way and curry paste, plus five recipes. Learn to prepare spring rolls (poh pia), green curry, papaya salad (som tam), Massaman curry and other dishes plus some unusual drinks like banana juice or tamarind-honey juice.

Mina has seven different three-hour courses on offer ranging in difficulty including a vegetarian class.

Lom’Lae resort also has a three-hour Thai cooking class where you’ll learn how to make five dishes and get tips on using Thai herbs and spices.


Mina's Thai Cookery Class
6/4 Moo 2, Ko Yao Noi

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