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Japanese cooking class - Izakaya Night

  • 13 Nov 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Online
  • 3

Registration

  • Registration for all JASWDC events and programs is offered free to Kiku-level ($1,500) Members.

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Japanese izakaya (like an English pub or American bar) are informal restaurants that serve drinks and bite-sized dishes designed to share. Often the welcome refuge of an overworked salaryman, izakaya offer a place to indulge in grilled fish, gyoza, takoyaki, and other fried foods after a long day at work.  In this Japanese Cooking Class, you can create your own izakaya at home with three of our staff-picked favorites: Yakitori (grilled chicken skewers), Agedashi Tofu (deep fried tofu), and salted Edamame. 

 Check the ingredients list before registering.  Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link. We will send the recipe card a week before the class.

Ingredients

Agedashi Tofu

-          2 lbs. firm tofu
-          All-purpose flour
-          Ginger
-          2 scallions
-          24-30 oz. katsuobushi dashi (video for homemade dashi will be sent before the class)
o   Kombu
o   Dried bonito flakes
-          Mirin
-          Soy sauce
-          Arrowroot powder

Yakitori

-          1lb boneless skinless chicken thights
-          9 scallions
-          Canola oil
-          Soy sauce
-          Mirin
-          Sake
-          Brown sugar
-          5-inch bamboo skewers

Edamame

-          Edamame
-          Salt


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