Atlas Masterclass Thailand II

Atlas Masterclass Thailand … officially the Kingdom of Thailand was formerly known as Siam, It’s a country in Southeast Asia with a population of 69.43 million (2018) Capital is Bangkok.

Dish 1: Chicken Larb Noodle Salad w/ Lime Leaf Roasted Rice

While larb (pronounced la-ab) is said to have originated from Laos, it is a popular dish just across the border, in the Northeast region of Thailand. Also referred to as Isan, this part of the country has a distinctive style of cuisine that perfectly balances the spicy, sweet, sour and salty elements in their dishes. A typical Isan dish will have fresh vegetables, grilled meats and some kind of fermented salad.

Dish 2: Beef Massaman w/ Roti & Cucumber

Massaman curry is a true fusion dish combining Malaysian, Indian and Persian flavours to create one of the world’s most loved curries. The base of this curry takes the spices from these regions – including cardamon, cinnamon, cloves and star anise – and marries them with ingredients native to Thailand such as lemongrass and galangal to make a Massaman curry paste. Even with the mix of influences, the dish is considered a classic national curry.

Dish 3: Salt and Pepper Tofu w/ Stir-fried Asian Greens

Bangkok and central Thailand is where you will find strong influences of Chinese cuisine throughout their food. The five-spice starch which we use to crisp the tofu is a signature flavour of Chinese cuisine, blending star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan pepper and fennel seeds. These distinctive flavours with the fresh crunch of Kang Kong are designed to take you to busy night market in Bangkok.

Dish 4: Thai Fish Cakes w/ Carrot & Green Bean Salad

Best enjoyed on the sunny beaches of Phuket, to enjoy the spicy flavours with a fresh dressing and salad. This is the Atlas take on a traditional thot man pla, incorporating the essential flavours and cooking techniques, to bring a taste of Thailand to your home kitchen.

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