Cam­bo­dian Cook­ing Classes

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Classes com­mence with a visit to a lo­cal fam­ily. Along the way you will learn about the herbs and veg­eta­bles grown at most Kh­mer house­holds and used in daily cook­ing. The visit to a fam­ily home is an op­por­tu­nity to learn about food prepa­ra­tion in a Kh­mer home. Who does the shop­ping and the cook­ing! Your guide will also let you know about food cus­toms, su­per­sti­tions and be­liefs. A gift of rice is pro­vided to the fam­ily as thanks for their par­tic­i­pa­tion.

Fol­low­ing this visit you re­turn to the pav­il­ion to com­mence cook­ing. To­gether with your chef and guide you will cre­ate sev­eral dishes which you can then re­pro­duce at home. Learn about the typ­i­cal in­gre­di­ents in Cam­bo­dian cook­ing and have the op­por­tu­nity to see Cam­bo­dian cook­ing first hand from an ex­pert.

Classes are com­pletely hands on. Each par­tic­i­pant has their own cook­ing sta­tion and equip­ment. Classes in­clude a num­ber of Cam­bo­dian dishes and a recipe card will be pro­vided.

AM Menu - Cam­bo­dian Mango Salad Fish Amok Sticky Rice Flour Balls with Palm Sugar topped with Grated Young Co­conut

PM Menu - Cam­bo­dian Curry Fresh Spring Rolls Nom Tong Nuyen

Full Day Menu – Learn to cre­ate all six fan­tas­tic dishes

Tour De­tails

• $24 per per­son for ei­ther am or pm classes

• $40 for full day classes

• Re­turn trans­fers in­cluded from your ho­tel

• AM classes com­mence at 9.30am

• PM classes com­mence at 12.30pm

• Recipe cards are pro­vided

• Pri­vate work sta­tions with a maxi mum of six par­tic­i­pants per class

Fish Amok

Head Chef

Ev­ery­one gets to cook

Spring rolls

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