Tue, 19 May|
Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club
Sushi (Day Class)
Discover the skills of making sushi and have fun learning the traditions involved in eating sushi the right way to enhance the experience. Does one mix the wasabi with the soya sauce? Can I eat sushi with my fingers? Do I dip the rice or the garnish in the soya sauce? Well, all shall be revealed!
Time & Location
19 May 2020, 10:00 – 14:00
Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club, 107 Nowton Rd, Bury Saint Edmunds IP33 2BT, UK
In this workshop you will learn the art of cooking the perfect sushi rice and making sushi vinegar. Master knife and cutting skills as well as the use of bamboo mats to make sushi rolls and inverted sushi rolls. You will make hand shaped sushi and learn presentation and plating skills. We’ll even guide you through using chopsticks and how different sushi should be eaten.
You will be welcomed with a freshly shaken
A refreshing combination of grapefruit juice and cranberry juice topped with chilled fizzy pink lemonade
You will learn:
- Knife sharpening and cutting skills
- Vegetable carving for garnish
- Presentation and plating skills
Recipes on this course may include:
Your first step - how to make the humble cucumber maki. Master the art and technique of rolling the Maki and the world is your oyster!
Just to confuse you, you have to turn the maki roll inside out and fill it with lemon scented tuna with Japanese mayonnaise, we love to partner that with creamy avocado and sprinkle the rice with loads of toasted black and white sesame seeds. If you like a crunch, add thinly sliced cucumber…
This is a seaweed cone rolled by hand and filled with sushi rice, creamy avocado, crab stick and cucumber with lashings of Japanese mayo.
Mounded by hand, these finger shaped sushi selection can be topped with smoked salmon and Japanese sweet omelette slices.
Not officially classified as Sushi, but such a versatile rice ball dish to learn, it can be eaten as a snack and the perfect alternative to the sandwich at lunchtime! Practise moulding it by hand into a pyramid shape or use a Onigiri mould. You can eat the rice ball on its own with a dipping of soya sauce or fill it with Teriyaki Chicken or Spicy Tuna for a treat.
Really not a Sushi, this Japanese sweet rolled omelette is often seen in a Bento box as an accompaniment to complete a meal. We are making it to go on top of our Nigiri sushi.
All served with sushi soya sauce, pickled ginger and wasabi, well and a pair of chopsticks!
This is a practical interactive cookery session which will include lunch and a chance to bring home your masterpieces. All the ingredients, equipment and apron will be provided. Asian tea will be served throughout the day.
Book online below or call us on +44 7813 702759 for more information.
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