Hiraizumi virtual tour and sushi-making course
Hiraizumi virtual tour and sushi-making course (2,500 yen per person) 5 minute introduction of today’s recipes and preparation 5-10 minute virtual tour of Hiraizumi with a certificated tour guide(me!) Chuson-ji Temple→Motsu-ji Temple→Takkokkuno iwaya→ Bishamondo→Muryoukoin Ato Kyokusui-no-En, Ennen-no-Mai, etc (annual events) 5 minute Zen mindfulness explanation and meditation Before we start cooking, we will complete a mindfulness meditation together through focused breathing, acknowledging and appreciating the journey of the ingredients and the hands they’ve passed through, and to calm our mind. 《img cla We will make tasty sushi rolls together! Inclusions: A 1hour online rolled sushi cooking class Recipes (will be provided before the class) Exclusions: Ingredients for creating your own rolled sushi and cooking tools. Meeting Point and Meeting Time: This cooking class will be held online. I will send you the ZOOM for our class in advance. Please prepare the following ingredients for this class: Maki sushi, rolled sushi made with seaweed on the outside and rice on the inside (made with egg, carrot, cucumber <2 person> INGREDIENTS: ・Cooked Rice：650g (rice 2 cup before cooked) ・“Sushi-su”(Sushi-Vinegar) 60ml Or Vinegar 4Tbsp＋Sugar 1 Tbsp＋Salt 1 pinch ・“Nori”(seaweed sheet) :4Sheet ・Carrot：1 ・Cucumber：1 ・ 30cm ×1 pieces or 1pieces ★Dashi (Dry bonito) powder or chicken stock powder：2 tsp ★Water：200 ml ★Soy sauce： 2 Tbsp. ★Sugar ： 2Tbsp. ★Mirin ： 2Tbsp ★egg : 2
Ganzuki, Brown Sugar Steamed Bun from Iwate Prefecture
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local recipi cooking course (2,500→2,000 yen per person) Please note, this recipe includes the use of eggs Have you ever heard of Ganzuki? If I were to explain it in one word, it would be brown sugar steamed buns. It's a very popular snack in Iwate prefecture. But where does the name "Wild Goose Moon" come from? you may wonder... Don't the black sesame seeds and walnuts on the round steamed buns look like geese flying under the round moon? It's very poetic, non? We use a 20-25 cm diameter flat strainer, but you can use a sieve as a substitute. We need parchment paper to line in the strainer or sieve. The steaming time depends on the size of the pan, it may take a bit longer than our scheduled time.
- ● flour 150 grams
- ●Dark brown or light brown sugar 130 grams
- ●Bicarbonate of soda (not baking powder) 2 tsp
- ●Egg １
- ●Honey 2 tsp
- ●Vegetable oil 1 tsp
- ●Miso paste 1 tsp
- ●Milk 100 ml
- ●Vinegar 50 ml
- ●black sesame seeds (and walnuts if you like) for topping 1 tbsp