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【Duration of Cooking】 1 .5 hour
If you’ve always had an interest in Japanese cuisine, and wondered how you can reproduce some of the Japanese dishes you’ve had before, come join us at my cooking class, you’ll learn to cook stir-fried noodles in a normal fry pan which are loved by local people of all ages as a main dish. You will also have the chance to learn how to preserve ginger and garlic, to make red ginger pickles from scratch, which gives a great accent to not only the stir-fried noodles, but also to other famous local foods in this district such as "okonomiyaki" (local savory pancake) and takoyaki balls (local octopus balls).
This dish is versatile enough to be adjusted to individual preferences. So once you know how to make it, you can make this one for a healthy, invigorating, and energizing meal with your favorite ingredients.
During the experience, I'll show you around my house and balcony, and gives you Japanese food cultural quizzes.
Hope you enjoy both cooking and the food culture quizzes!!
I'm looking forward to seeing you!
Here is the complete list of ingredients for the stir-fried noodles:
<<Vegetable for one person>>
10g of ginger
A bit of boiled beet(or rasberry jam or strawberry jam)
100g - Cabbage
1 pce. - Green onion
1 clove - garlic
<<Noodle & Meat or seafood for one person>>
150～180g - Chinese egg noodle
70g Sliced pork belly or squid(or your choice, tofu should be great for vegetarian)
<<Seasoning for one person>>
White pepper(or any other pepper)
1～2g - Dried bonito flakes
Measuring spoons(tea spoon,table spoon)
One pair of cooking chopsticks (or kitchen tongs)
One small pot
Large fry pan
One small bowl(bigger than 300ml)
Three medium bowl(bigger than 600ml) or one trey
One dinner plate (about 27cm or bigger)
One small plastic bag (for soaking red pickled ginger)
1 kitchen towel (to wipe your hand after cutting the ingredients and wash your hands)