September 27th Asian Mint Cooking Class!

September 27th Asian Mint Cooking Class!

Almost every year we offer cooking classes that reveal the deliciousness of Asian Mint. If you missed out last year, now is your chance to sign up. The truth is we love sharing our recipes, meeting customers, and making new friends. We should probably warn you though, you are signing up for so much more than a cooking class. Not only will your night be filled with comradery and fun but you will become the favorite chef of your own household. Disclaimer: Asian Mint is not responsible for your loved ones’ repeated requests for Asian Mint food items. Did I forget to mention that you will be learning from the best? Our Asian Mint co-founder and head chef will be in attendance. Yes, you will get all the details from Nikky Phinyawatana herself.

Last year we had so much fun. If you are curious, you can see some photos and video of what you can expect this year. People sign up for our classes for all different reasons. Maybe you love Asian Mint and you can’t wait to take the flavors home to impress your family. Maybe you need a fun night out with your friends or you just want to try something new. Whatever your reason, come enjoy a drink, learn about great food, and have a good time. Our classes appeal to all cooking levels, and the best part is you get to taste your creations. Now let’s talk about the details, the moment you’ve all been waiting for. What will be on the menu?

Asian Mint Cooking Class Menu 

This year’s menu will include a martini called the Mexitini, Tom Yum/Tom Kha soup, Papaya Salad, Pad Thai, and then we will finish off with our Mango Sticky Rice for dessert. It doesn’t get much better than that. Here are some brief descriptions of those items.

A Mexitini cocktail happens when a margarita meets a martini. We use Dulce Vida organic tequila, lime juice, simple syrup, and triple sec. You will learn the perfect combination of these ingredients for the perfect mixed drink. Our Tom Yum Soup is made with a lemongrass base while the Tom Kha is a coconut milk base soup. These soups ingredients include Thai roasted chili paste, tomato, fresh lime, mushrooms and scallions. Learn how these ingredients blend together. The papaya salad is made with green papaya, grape tomato, carrots, long green beans, topped with peanuts, and a tamarind chili lime dressing. The next item might be everyone’s favorite and it is definitely one of our most popular menu items. Did you guess it? Yes, Pad Thai. Our Pad Thai is made with thin rice noodles, egg, green onion, bean sprouts, shrimp, chicken or tofu, topped with our house made tamarind sauce. You didn’t think we were finished did you? We would never forget about dessert. We will finish the evening off learning about our Mango Sticky Rice. This is special because it is a seasonal menu item. Learning this recipe will ensure you can make this dessert whenever you are craving it.

Where, When and How do I sign up?

If you are interested, please head over to our class page where you can reserve your spot by purchasing a ticket. The cost of the class is $129. We want this to be open and available to everyone, but please keep in mind, this price includes space rental, ingredients, and awesome helpful staff.  If you’re ready to impress your family and friends, have a great time with all of us at Asian Mint and love Asian food, then you do not want to miss this event! Grab your white chef hats and come learn something new. You will leave with more knowledge of Thai cooking than you could ever possibly imagine.

Wednesday, September 27th from 6pm to 9pm.

Located at 3015 Gulden, Dallas, Texas 75212.


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