Japanese Cooking Class, MEL
Create Japanese Delicacies To Savour
Japanese food is known for being light, fresh and seriously tasty. Give them the opportunity to join in on a social, yet intimate hands-on class experience located right outside Melbourne city, in Richmond. With a trained chef giving the instructions, they will put together 4 delectable dishes in 3 hours full of the freshest seasonal produce that reflect the simplicity and beauty of the Japanese way.
Being an interactive experience, they will learn all the best tricks of essential Japanese flavours through preparing and cooking the food themselves. All equipment is provided, along with the beautiful fresh ingredients, and refreshments throughout.
Depending on whether they choose to use their experience from January to June, or July to December will depend on what they cook! With the first half of the year focussing on preparing miso soup; sushi with pickles, fish and other meats; chicken, beef or seafood Japanese teriyaki; and a daikon salad with a sesame dressing, the second half of the year will see them making Goya pork and ginger dumplings; daikon salad with a sesame dressing; Okonomiyaki Japanese pancakes; and ramen noodles with pork and broth.
In addition to these mouth-watering recipes, the class will also have the opportunity to taste some favourite Japanese drinks including sweet plum wine, Japanese beer, and of course, green tea. After all the preparing and cooking excitement is over, the class will enjoy the fruits of their labour together; tasting each dish and having the chance to make new friends.
This is a great gift for all ages over 16 _ both to learn new skills and indulge that curiosity of Japanese food and culture to take home to the kitchen! Everything But Flowers experience vouchers are redeemable directly with the experience provider with full details provided upon purchase. Recipients have 3 years to use the full value of the voucher.
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Obtain an Original Christmas Present for Your Recipient, a Japanese Cooking Class in Melbourne!
If your recipient could be described as adventurous where food is concerned, then our Japanese Cooking Class in Melbourne will be the perfect Christmas present for your recipient. During this class, your recipient can get more familiar with the Japanese cuisine and learn some valuable techniques that will serve him or her for life. Want to learn more about this potential Christmas present? Read the information below to learn what the Japanese Cooking Class could offer your recipient!
Who Teaches the Japanese Cooking Class in Melbourne?
To ensure your recipient gets the Christmas present of a lifetime, the Japanese Cooking Class is taught by a trained chef. During the experience, this chef will provide your recipient with instructions on how to cook the most delicious Japanese dishes, but also put together four dishes with the recipients. These dishes are made over the course of four hours with fresh seasonal ingredients. Therefore, this experience is the ultimate Christmas present for those who like to cook, but also those who like good Japanese food.
When Is the Japanese Cooking Class Held?
The Japanese Cooking Class is held throughout the year, but the time you choose for the cooking class will affect the types of dishes cooked during the experience. In general, the Japanese Cooking Classes can be divided into two categories: from January to June (first half of the year) and from July to December (second half of the year).
During the first half of the year, participants will cook dishes such as miso soup, sushi and pickles, fish, chicken, beef or seafood Japanese teriyaki or a daikon salad with a sesame dressing, while the second half of the year is characterised by dishes such as Goya pork, ginger dumplings, Okonomiyaki Japanese pancakes and ramen noodles.
Recipients are free to attend a cooking class of their choice. However, recipients should consider that their gifted experience may expire after a certain time. Therefore, recipients should always plan their cooking class beforehand, so they do not miss out on this amazing experience.
Can My Recipient Eat the Food During This Experience?
Anything that is cooked during this experience can be tried, savoured and enjoyed, but there is more that your recipient should be aware of. In addition to delicious foods, participants can enjoy some amazing Japanese drinks during this experience; this includes sweet plum wine, Japanese beer and the famous green tea.
Once the participants are finished cooking, they can enjoy the fruits of their labour together and enjoy the amazing dishes prepared during the class. Of course, during this experience, participants also get the opportunity to make some new friends.
What Are the Terms and Conditions for This Experience?
Anyone who wants to participate in this Japanese Cooking Class needs to be at least sixteen years of age. The experience is valid for a period of twelve months, starting from the date this experience was purchased by the gift giver. The details for this Japanese Cooking Class will be provided to the recipient upon purchase, so all details will be received in your inbox. The experience itself is organised through the provider, so your recipient may have to contact the provider to arrange a date and time for the cooking class.
Are There More Cooking Classes Available?
There are multiple cooking classes available in our range, so if your recipient is fond of cooking, but not fond of Japanese foods, there are many other options available to you. To discover more cooking classes or food-related experiences at Everything but Flowers, please read our overview below.
The Farmers Market Tour & Cooking Class
Recipients who like to cook with fresh local produce would be delighted if they received a Farmers Market Tour & Cooking Class experience as a gift. Each of these classes is designed for the individual, so even if your recipient is not that experienced in the kitchen, they will still enjoy this class.
The menu that is being cooked during this cooking class consists of six delicious meals. Dishes may include antipasto, salad, buffalo haloumi and much more. Thanks to the diversity of the meals cooked during this class, it is safe the say that the Farmers Market Tour & Cooking Class appeals to most recipients.
Gourmet Delights Cheese Making Course
If your recipient always wanted to discover the art of making cheese, the Gourmet Delights Cheese Making Course will be the best present for them. During this experience, participants learn to make five different cheeses, but also learn to pair a nice cheese with a fine wine. Our Gourmet Delights Cheese Making Course also includes morning tea, afternoon tea and a nice lunch, so your recipient won’t get hungry!
Spanish Tapas Cooking Lesson
Another three-hour cooking experience from our range is the Spanish Tapas Cooking Class. It is the perfect gift for men and women who like to learn how to make popular Spanish tapas, but also for those who like to eat them!
Upon arrival, participants will be able to enjoy a plate of delicious treats that have been prepared by the chef. Only after these goodies have been enjoyed, will participants start on their three-hour cooking journey, which aims to teach participants everything there is to know about the Spanish tapa.
The Spanish Tapas Cooking Lesson draws its inspiration from various Spanish regions, so participants are not limited to flavours exclusive to certain parts of Spain. Instead, participants will get to know the secrets of Spanish tapas and be able to enjoy a delicious meal at the end of the experience.
The Japanese Cooking Class is an excellent choice for the adventurous chef, who has been looking for some new meals to add to his or her repertoire. However, there are many other cooking experiences available at Everything but Flowers, so you do not have to feel limited where options are concerned.
To pick the best experience for your recipient, please head over to our range of experience and choose a cooking class that matches your recipient the most. Need more help during your selection? Feel free to contact our team for some cooking class advice!