Traditional Japanese dishes for beginners
Traditional Japanese dishes for beginners course is for people who have a desire to learn how to make various traditional Japanese dishes.On the course you are introduced to healthy Japanese everyday dishes which offers lots of color, taste and the secret to the Japanese long life.
You learn about the Japanese ingredients such as mirin and cooking sake used in authentic Japanese cooking.
You get knowledge of what to look for when buying fish, meat and other ingredients.
You learn to prepare different kinds of raw materials according to Japanese cooking techniques.
You will learn step-by-step to make tasty dishes like gyoza, a noodle dish, and a dish with seafood and a dish with cooked fish.
“Sunday 8 March my daughters and I attended your course Traditional everyday dishes. It was a gift to me from them on the occasion of a recent birthday. One day I had been looking forward to.
We were supplied with knowledge of what makes the Japanese food as healthy ingredients and techniques in preparation, while we produced three lovely dishes. There was time to ask questions, time to taste along the way and time to socialize and listen to your experience of returning to the Japanese culture.
The course was prepared and course so we despite difference in dexterity could help when having to chop finely fine and folded thin dough teasing.
Our packed plastic tubs were filled up well with the tasty delights we had made and well home we could come up with three courses for ourselves and two adults more. All were well fed and had filled both stomachs and taste buds well up.
My desire to do more of this kind of food is aroused”.
Thanks for a super and very inspiring course at the Peder Lykke school last Sunday. It was the most wonderful food that we have enjoyed. See you again”.
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Zoë has held sushi courses and cooking classes for A. P. Moller – Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, Elbek & Vejrup and many more.