Cooking Classes In Hong Kong
(Japanese & Western cooking)
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
J's Japanese Home Cooking Class
- J's Japanese Home Cooking Class starts in January, 2011 -
Are you lost at a local Japanese grocery store? Have you seen some vegetables that you have no idea how to cook? Do you simply want to learn Japanese home cooking? This small-sized, one-day cooking class will help you solve some of your culinary challenges in Tokyo. You will also learn where to buy certain ingredients and get your pantry ready for basic Japanese cooking. Our class is held at Junko's kitchen in Roppongi at a homey and comfortable environment. All the classes are taught in English and are very hands-on.
Japanese Cooking 101
January 27, 2011 (10:30 am - 1:30 pm) - Completed
This is a very basic Japanese cooking class. Using local ingredients, you will be introduced to traditional Japanese home meals and learn how to use 3 most basic ingredients for Japanese cooking: Rice, Miso, and Soy Sauce.
Rice in different forms and shapes:
- Rice Ball (Onigiri) - Yes, you can make a perfect triangle onigiri without using a mold!
- Maki Sushi (vegetarian rolls) - Great for a party!
Miso is great for other than miso soup:
- Miso Soup
- Eggplant and Miso
- Cucumber with Miso
Soy Sauce :
- Green Vegetables with Soy Sauce & Wasabi
- Tofu Steak with Soy Sauce & Ginger
- Thinly Sliced Pork with Soy Sauce & Garlic
February 24, 2011 (10:30 am - 1:30 pm) - Completed
3, 000 yen
Using both dried and fresh noodles, you will learn how to make traditional udon and soba noodles with warm and cold sauce. You will also be introduced to a modern take on soba noodles as a salad or appetizer.
- Udon Noodle with Various Toppings
- Warm HotoUdon with Winter Vegetables
- Soba Noodle with Warm Sauce and Cold Sauce
Cooking with Japanese Vegetables
May 12, 2011 (10:30 - 1:30) - New date - maximum of 8 people
You will be introduced to some traditional Japanese dishes using many types of local vegetables. This is not a vegetarian class but I will include some vegetarian recipes.
Class style: mainly demonstrations
Japanese Cooking 101 (This is the same class as the one held on January 27)
May 24, 2011 (10:30 - 1:30) - New date - maximum of 6 people
This is a very basic Japanese cooking class. Using local ingredients, you will be introduced to traditional Japanese home meals such as rice ball (onigiri), maki roll, miso soup, and other meat and vegetable dishes.
Class style: a combination of hands-on and demonstrations
For more info on class or to register, please contact me via e-mail. Thank you and I look forward to meeting you soon! - J