I gave the 35th Japanese online cooking class.
We enjoyed making tuna tataki with wasabi cream sauce and pink pepper, takikomi-gohan (rice with mushrooms, chicken, and edamame), and agedashi tofu together.
Edamame rice (edamame gohan),
Mini tomato salad in cold dashi soup,
Thickened Mushroom Soup (Kinoko no toromi jiru),
Teriyaki tofu with ginger (Atsuage no Shoga teriyaki) and
Why don’t you make nigiri sushi together in the online class on Sunday, May 16th from 4 pm to 5:45 pm?
You will be able to make cool nigiri-sushi like those made by professionals.
This time I want to make sushi with salmon and tuna.
Of course, you can prepare the sushi with prawns, scallops, and avocado. You can use a kitchen (flambé) burner if you have one.
Yakisoba is a Japanese noodle stir-fry dish. Usually, soba means buckwheat, but soba and yakisoba mean Chinese noodles (Chuka soba) made from wheat flour, and we eat it often at home.
Price: free (in cooperation with Otafuku Sauce Co., in Japan). If you tag Instagram posting with @otafuku_global, you can participate for free, even if you don’t use otafuku sauce.)
Please book your seat earlier since the seats are limited.
The recipe will be sent after your registration.
Under the rule of “up to 5 private meetings”, we will only provide private classrooms at my home or at your home upon request.
Course participants do not necessarily have to come from a single household, as federal household regulation is only a recommendation. We can hold private courses for up to 4 people (5 people including me), but we are closed for regular classes. Thank you for your understanding.