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Let's Cook Teddy Bear Omurice! - Japanese Omlette Rice
Japanese love to create cute creatures from a variety of healthy ingredients for the diner's delight.
" Me de taberu," " eat with your eyes," is an important concept in Japanese cuisine. Learn how to mold delicious and healthy rice pilaf into a kawaii (cute) sleeping teddy bear. Create a pillow and cover your teddy with a blankie made from a yellow egg crepe. Cooked Japanese rice and vegetables are mixed into a tasty mound. Cut nori (roasted seaweed) into features and decorate your plate with fresh fruit and veggies for a complete healthy, tasty and nutritious meal to delight diners of...
Our instructors have been trained in the Wa-Shokuiku program material and have delivered these classes to hundreds of children over the past 3 years. Please be sure to let us know of any food allergies. You are choosing the food for your children so please be aware that you can make substitutes where appropriate.
1 file available upon enrollment1 egg 1 tablespoon water 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon soy sauce Pinch of salt 1 tablespoon canola oil 2 cups cooked Japanese short grain rice* (Approximately 1 cup uncooked short grain rice. Please cook rice before class. See recipe for how to prepare rice available upon enrollment) 2 tablespoons ketchup 1/4 cup mixed cooked vegetables such as peas, carrots, and corn. The vegetables can be fresh, canned or frozen ( they will be mixed into a portion of the rice) 1/4 sheet nori (roasted seaweed) Cucumber slices for decoration Equipment Mixing bowls and spoons, whisk or fork to beat eggs, measuring cups and spoons, small 6-8 inch frying pan, scissors, plastic wrap *Product example -Nishiki Rice: https://www.instacart.com/store/items/item_63784004
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Our instructor will demonstrate how to make a dish during the class and students can try doing the recipe along with the instructor, with appropriate supervision if necessary. We will provide recipes and ingredient options. If cooking with a stove is required, students with adult supervision can complete the cooking either during the class or after the class has ended. Please note that the class duration may extend depending on how the cooking progresses.
Wa-Shokuiku combines the Japanese words “Washoku” which refers to Japanese food and, “Shokuiku”, food education. It is a series of classes about Japanese food and food culture. Students will learn how to make iconic Japanese foods such as onigiri...
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Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
6-12 learners per class