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Let's Make Onigiri!- Delicious and Kawaii Japanese Rice Balls (Ages 3-6)
In this class, students learn about Japanese rice and how to cook traditional and kawaii (cute) onigiri (rice balls), a popular and healthy Japanese comfort food, using ingredients from your local supermarket. This class introduces Japanese cooking, culture and nutrition information
Wa-Shokuiku -Learn. Cook. Eat Japanese!
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Join us for delicious onigiri making session -- Japanese rice balls. Little hands (with parental assistance) will mold pre-cooked sushi rice into 3 balls and decorate them with edible garnishes which are easily available at local super markets. Our instructor will work step by step with the students as they make animals, faces, and more. Our class includes a short fun, engaging presentation on rice, the primary staple food of the Japanese food culture. After the presentation students cook...
Our teachers 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 enrollment2 cups cooked Japanese short grain rice* (Approximately 1 cup uncooked short or medium grain rice. Please cook rice before class. See recipe available upon enrollment) 1 sheet roasted seaweed (nori) 1/4 cup mixed cut vegetables, fresh or frozen (such as carrots, peas, corn, green beans), thawed if using frozen vegetables 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cucumber [Materials] scissor, 2 small custard cups or rice bowls, plastic wrap *Product example -Nishiki Rice: https://www.instacart.com/store/items/item_63784004
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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.
Wa-Shokuiku -Learn. Cook. Eat Japanese!Wa-Shokuiku -Learn. Cook. Eat Japanese!
180 total reviews
130 completed classes
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...