Cooking Class - Miso Ramen
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Uncover the secrets to the perfect bowl of Japanese miso ramen.
With a culinary education that took root early in her mother’s home, Chef Kaori’s cooking pedigree dates back two generations to her grandmother’s ramen shop in Fukushima, Japan. Explore authentic Japanese cuisine and all the ingredients and techniques to preparing it in your kitchen.
Discover the art of creating from-scratch gyoza dumplings, learning the proper techniques to fold, pleat, fill and cook each one. Next, learn how to make homemade ramen noodles, soulful miso ramen broth and the assorted toppings to customize to your heart’s delight, including pork chashu, wood ear mushrooms, corn, Japanese chives "nira", scallions. Finally you will learn how to perfect "shoyu tamago" — the gooey ramen egg.
Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.
- Minimum Guests 2
- Maximum Guests 12
- Meal Courses 2
- Event Duration 2.5 hours
- Labels Asian, Fun, Japanese, Pasta Making
Cozymeal guest reviews for this experience
30 Jul 2018
Kaori is awesome! She made the experience really fun, and definitely learned some cooking tips along the way. I would definitely recommend her.
05 Jul 2018
Chef Kaori was great! We had a lot of fun and the ramen and gyoza were delicious. Thanks so much!
30 Jun 2018
Chef Karoi was a wonderful teacher at tonight's ramen class! We learned all about how to make the noodles and the process she went through to create the broth. Between the ramen and gyoza, we were stuffed by the end. We will definitely be taking what we learned and recreating the process at home in the future. So if you are interested in what it takes to make flavorful broth and delicious noodles, definitely check out this class. You won't be disappointed.
Meet your chef
Chef Kaori’s history with ramen is quite extensive. Drawing inspiration from her grandmother’s ownership of a ramen shop in Japan, Chef Kaori has been trained in traditional Japanese soup and noodles. Thanks to apprenticeships in Italy, France and Thailand, Chef Kaori’s cuisine ranges from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai and Indian. Her passion is teaching students of all ages the importance of connecting to one's heritage and bringing people together through a love of food.
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