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Ai Sensei's Japanese Kitchen - おもち Sweet Mochi (Rice Cake) With Anko and Kinako

In this one-time cooking class, we will make Japanese mochi (glutinous rice cake), with anko (sweet red bean paste) and kinako (soybean flour). Kid-friendly, no-stove recipes are suitable for young children 6-10yrs old.
Ai Sensei あい先生
94 total reviews for this teacher
8 reviews for this class
Completed by 21 learners
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Class
50 minutes
per class
Meets once
6-10
year olds
2-6
learners per class
per learner

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Students will learn how to make a Japanese dessert of mochi using a microwave. Students will learn the significance of mochi in Japanese food culture. 
Students are expected to prepare for class by having ready all supplies/ingredients on a workspace prior to class starting.
SUPPLIES/INGREDIENTS LIST: FOR THE MOCHI * Mochiko (sweet rice flour) - Sample item here: https://rb.gy/5fvvat * Granulated sugar * Water * Anko (sweetened red bean paste) - Sample item here: https://rb.gy/z0gsjw * Kinako (roasted soybean flour) - Sample item here: https://rb.gy/dyf74u * Corn starch * Microwave safe bowl * 1/2 cup measuring cup * Plates, spoons, butter knife * paper towel or hand towel Thank you in advance for preparing the necessary supplies and ingredients for this class. Some items may be difficult to source in your local area, so I recommend looking through the list well in advance to allow time for ordering online as needed. If you cannot source some ingredients, it's okay, please just pick the closest substitution. I understand the costs can add up, especially for a one-time class, but some condiments are staples in Japanese cooking, and are great to have on hand, or for upcoming Ai Sensei's Japanese Kitchen classes.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
NO-STOVE RECIPES: Recipes are meant to be kid-friendly and will not use a stove. 
However, knives and microwaves will be used. 

KNIVES: A butterknife is perfectly fine for this lesson, since we will be only cutting soft items. 

MICROWAVE: Please be available to help your child take out hot items from the microwave. This part can be especially dangerous if the microwave is located above the child's height.

ALLERGIES: Parents are responsible for checking all ingredients for any allergens related to your child, if any. Some allergens included in this class's recipe may include, but not limited to: SOY.
We will read aloud the Japanese story "Omochi No Kimochi" (teacher will translate into English), a story told from the viewpoint of a mochi, who is sick and tired of being pounded and stretched and runs away in search of freedom! 

Teacher

Ai Sensei あい先生
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Japanese culture and language teacher; passionate about educating multicultural, globally-minded learners
94 total reviews
51 completed classes

About Me

こんにちは Konnichiwa! I am Ai Sensei. "Sensei" means "teacher" in Japanese. 
I am a native Japanese speaker from Tokyo, Japan, and currently live in beautiful Hawaii with my husband and two children. 

I was raised bilingual/bicultural and it is my... 
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