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Our Recipes

Our recipes are certainly not secret, but they are part of our company assets. That's why we hand them out exclusivley to the participants of the corresponding courses - with a handful of exceptions. These are the recipes of Tom Kha Gai and of our starters (see below).

At the beginning there is always the same question: Where can I get the necessary ingredients?

Well, the easiest and most convenient way is to go to a well-assorted Thai store. You may find some of the items in Migros, Coop or other major distributors, but never all of them. Therefore you are not spared to go to a specialty store. Recommendable addresses in Zurich are

  • New Asia Market (Feldstrasse 25, 8005 Zurich)

  • Asia Store at Zurich Main Train Station: Railcity-Sihlquai (no website)

  • Asia Store at Oerlikon Train Station: Track 6, Sector C (no website)

  • Chiang Mai Thai Shop (Zollstrasse 56, 8005 Zurich) 

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Tom Kha Gai (chicken soup)

One of the most popular and well known Thai dishes is Tom Kha Gai. The tasty chicken soup with coconut milk is considered to be the Thai national dish.

And here is the recipe:

And here you find the PDF documents of the recipes of our starters

Phad Wun Sen Gai    Phad Wun Sen Muu Sap    Phad Senmi Gai     Po Pia Sod     Tom Tschued Muu

List of our Recipes


Everybody knows Tom Kha Gai or Phat Thai. In our cooking courses we also present you less known, but just as delicious dishes. Here is a little selection of the more than 40 dishes we have cooked in past courses:

  • Gang Phet Gai
    (Red Curry with Chicken)

  • Tom Yam Goong
    (clear Soup with Shrimps)


  • Yam Nuea
    (Beef Salad with fresh Spices)


  • Gang Kiau Wan Goong
    (Green Curry with Shrimps)


  • Gang Panang Nuea
    (Panang Curry with Beef

  • Laab Moo
    (Minced Pork with fresh Spices)


  • Som Tam
    (Salad with Papaya und other fresh ingredients)


  • Phad Kana Naam Man Hoi
    (Fried Broccoli with Beef)


  • Yam Wun Sen
    (Glass Noodle Salad)


  • Phad See You Moo
    (Fried Rice Noodles with Vegetable and Pork)

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