Get ready to make delicious food with some fancy footwork. Footwork? Did you know that one of the traditional ways to make Japanese noodle involves stepping on it? In this class you will learn all you need to know to make Japanese noodle varieties. Your expert instructor will cover all techniques used to knead the dough with your feet, the time for resting the dough and the type of flour you’re using -- which all contribute to producing different varieties of this noodle. In addition to a few variations of udon noodles, you'll make buckwheat and ramen noodles by tweaking the udon making technique! to go with your freshly homemade noodles, come away learning how to make the traditional noodle dipping sauce called "Tsuyu." Making noodles is an incredibly fun experience, and you’re going to learn a lot about both the noodle and the culture in the process.
Note: All ingredients and cooking tools will be provided.
What to expect
- Learn how to make udon, soba, and ramen noodles, pork shabu shabu, tender chicken, and two dipping sauces for the noodles
- Practice important techniques for kneading the dough with your feet
- Understand how different kinds of ingredients and resting times affect the noodles
- Eat your delicious creations in a group setting
About this Activity
|Price||$77.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||1 hour|
About the Teacher
Yoko Isassi is a Japanese Food Storyteller and producer of a variety of Japanese cooking classes and workshops. She focuses on cultural aspects of Japan's rich food history and etiquettes.
There are no refunds; all sales are final. You may transfer your ticket if you provide notification at least 3 days prior to the class.