alexametrics Morning Cooking Class with Tamnak Lao
Morning Cooking Class with Tamnak Lao
Morning Cooking Class with Tamnak Lao

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Morning Cooking Class with Tamnak Lao

Company

Tamnak Lao Cooking School

Duration

Half Day

Start Price

30 $

Code

LPQ-HD-TNK-01

Availability

Always

Physical Level

Easy

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Start Point

Tamnak Lao Restaurant Luang Prabang

Pick Up/Start Time

Starts: 10:00

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End Point

Tamnak Lao Restaurant Luang Prabang

Drop Off/End Time

Finishes: 17:00

Travellers

Family With Young Children , Family Without Young Children , Friends , Solo , couple

Destinations

Luang Prabang

Things To Do

Laotian Gastronomy Experiences

 

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Day 1

Overview

Day Class Schedule

Starts at 10:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm (including eating time)
Warning do not eat a big breakfast – after 12.30pm it's non-stop eating!

1.  Approximately 1-hour market tour

2.  Morning tea break

3.  Demonstration and cooking of two dishes:
      
*  Luang Prabang Salad – learn how to make the delicious Lao hard boiled egg mayonnaise
      
*  Feu Khua – sticky rice noodles with chicken and vegetables

4. Eat these dishes for lunch

5. After lunch, demonstration of 3 dishes:
     
*  Chicken Larp – famous Lao cold meat salad
     
*  Kheu Sen Lon – soy vermicelli noodle dish
     
*  Oh Paedak – a moist pork dish which is a great example of delicate Lao flavours

6. Taste the 3 dishes and choose to cook 2 at your work station, following the instructions in the Cook Book and aided by the instructors

7. Afternoon teabreak

8. Then demonstraiton of 2 dishes:
     
*  Kheu Muk Kheua Gup Moo – pork with eggplant
     
*  Gheng Phet – eggplant, chicken, coconut milk, beans and basil

9. Taste the 2 dishes and choose to cook 1 at your work station, following the instructions in the Cook Book and aided by the instructors

10. Then in demonstration only, you are shown how to cook Cowniouw (Lao sticky rice) and Jeowbong (the famous Luang Prabang chilli paste)

11. Eat what has been cooked in the afternoon for your early evening meal