Each class is complete in a single session. It's a hands-on and practical cooking class taught by Owner/Chef Etsko. You'll learn easy recipes which don't need many special ingredients or tools. Previous knowledge of Japanese cooking is not required.
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Private cooking lesson for two. Can be arranged for afternoons Mon-Fri, evenings on Tues or weekend mornings, subject to availability.
Learn basics of Japanese home cooking, such as how to cook rice, making dashi (soup stock) and miso soup, about necessary seasonings and common Japanese food products. We'll prepare a savory complete Japanese meal with fish and vegetables.
Always the most popular class! Learn how to cook sushi rice (the most important part of sushi), prepare ingredients, and make your own sushi rolls like California rolls, tuna rolls, hand rolls, or veggie rolls of your choice. You'll go home armed with the sushi rolling mat, and become your own sushi chef in your kitchen.
Cooking with tofu and soybean products can be absolutely effortless. They are perfect food for even clueless cooks in the kitchen - you don't even need a sharp knife to cut a tofu! In this very informative class. You'll be introduced to various tofu and other soy food products, and learn to make delicious and easy dishes.
Perfect season for stock and soup making- to warm your room, body and soul. You'll learn how to make different type of Japanese soup stocks (dashi) which is a very important concept in Japanese cusine. Then we'll transform them into a few different kinds of hearty soups.
Nothing ike fresh home-made dumplings! Dumpling-making is also social family affair in Asian culture. In this class I'm sharing my gyoza making skills, along with other dumpling recipes like shumai and harumaki.
"Curry Rice" or curry served over rice, is one of the most popular comfort food in Japan. Here you can learn how to make delicious mild beef curry in easy way, and a few dishes like Chicken Katsu and Potato Croquette for perfect accompaniment.
Traditional Japanese desserts are low or no fat, and much healthier than sugar and fat loaded American sweets. Making rice-based desserts like mochi and dango are also easy and fun, like playing with Play-Doh. You can make small batches to avoid guilty dessert binge. All the dessert will be gluten-free and no-baking required.
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