In Person Class
Thai Plant Based Cooking Class
+ Local Market Tour
+ 3 Hour Class
+ Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly
Self Guided Course & Recipes
Access Thailand's Top Recipes
+ 20 of Our Fav Thai Recipes!
+ Background Info on Traditional Thai Ingredients
+ High Quality Photos & Videos
Learn Thai Cooking Classes on Zoom
+ 1 Hour Live Cooking Session
+ Broadcast Live from Bangkok (ICT Timezone)
+ Access to Recipes including: Tom Yum, Green Curry, & Pad See Ew
Cooking Class Updates
We're proud to announce our Bangkok cooking classes have banned the use of single use plastic. Thailand is among the worst plastic polluters in the world, and we hope being the first cooking class to go plastic free will challenge other businesses and people to do the...
Thai noodle lovers rejoice! We've got a brand new cooking class in Bangkok we're hoping you'll love. Are you ready to deepen your knowledge of how to cook Thai food at home? Are you looking forward to move beyond pad thai, to other delicious noodle dishes? How about...
Most of you know Alina as your favorite Thai cooking teacher who’s greeted you, and taken you to the market in our Bangkok cooking class. In the nearly 3 years she’s worked with us, we’ve seen her transition from shy rice farmer, to a fiery force in the kitchen. Here...
A special invite has our US based team hanging out in the Bay area recently, and we couldn't be more thrilled to share how we brought Courageous Kitchen vibes to employees at Airbnb headquarters! Courageous Kitchen larb and papaya salad stations in the kitchen at...
Sustainability has becoming a much larger global conversation, and we've been thoughtful about how to be more friendly to the environment in our cooking classes, reduce waste, and encourage others to do the same. Bangkok's International Schools have also been a part...
When record temps hit, the people of Thailand know how to relieve the heat with a little know, but delicious Thai dessert.
Make a great green curry paste for your authentic Thai curry. Here’s the how-to along with answers to the most common questions.
What are alternatives or substitutions for fish sauce and shrimp paste in asian recipes?
Here’s a quick Thai green curry recipe you can use to make a nutritious dinner on a busy night.
Among Bangkok's street food, you might call them the ‘traffic jam’ bananas. And if you’ve ever been to Bangkok’s old town, you likely know exactly the sweet, deep fried, and super crispy bananas we mean. In this historic part of the city it isn't uncommon to be at a...
Have you ever tried this delicious Vietnamese crepe? We’re in love with this bahn xeo recipe, and think you’ll enjoy this asian style crepe too!