Ramen with chicken ham topping
First of all, make a vegetable broth and vegetable soup.
Make chicken ham while boiling the soup.
Prepare boiled egg and leek for topping and boil noodles.
Season the vegetable soup with seasonings such as salt and garlic, and when the noodles are boiled, add them to the soup and complete with toppings!
Nice to meet you! It's been 5 years since we opened a cafe cozy where we learned together and grew up together. We offer home-cooked dishes made by moms. Asaka City, Saitama Prefecture is a peaceful area with abundant nature, such as a vegetable-growing field and a walk along the Kurome River. I want foreigners to feel the calm and gentle atmosphere of Japan.
Onigiri are a great source of energy. They are indispensable to Japanese cooks of all ages because they are easy to eat – even with one hand. From kids on school trips, to hardworking dads, busy womed and grandparents, onigiri and their various fillings are loved by everyone.
Rice is a staple food for Japanese people – not only for its excellent nutritional value, but also because it goes well with so many other ingredients. For example, soy. Anybody who has enjoyed a Japanese meal must know that miso soup, which is made from soy, always comes with rice. Miso is a fermented food, and very healthy. Onigiri are simple – but somehow, they are right for almost any ingredient. Feel free to make onigiri with any filling. For example, beef steak, fried and grilled fish, or even something from your own country’s culinary culture.
Both children and adults can make onigiri. It may be a little tricky at first, but you’ll soon get the knack with practice. Making onigiri can be satisfying – especially when a loved one enjoys what you’ve created. That person would surely be smiling.
Finally, I’m going to let you in on a little secret for making delicious onigiri. That is, to make the triangular or round shape with gentle pressure and love. One single onigiri, and the care that goes into it, is a reflection of the Japanese mindset. A life filled with onigiri is certainly better than one without.
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emily, United Kingdom★★★★★
Well done! You really know how to teach cooking, and you were also accommodating. Thank you for showing me the proper way to prepare the food. I will try more Japanese meals when I return back home
Johanna, United States of America★★★★★
Finally!Been trying to find a way to review this cooking class package. It is an incredible package. I haven't gotten over the cooking experience. My host family was eager to show us all the possible ways to create the fantastic meal we ate. Nice one.
Response from NAOKO
It costs 4000 per person.
Duration of this cooking class is 1 hours.
Yes, Ramen Cooking Class Near Ikebukuro has a vegan option.
Yes, Ramen Cooking Class Near Ikebukuro has a vegetarian option.
Please go to Asakadai which takes 5 mins from Ikebukuro. Then NAOKO (host) will pick you up there!
Up to 1 people can join NAOKO's cooking class.
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