This one-off class will teach the art of Japanese cooking
Asian speciality coffee shop Kaffe Bloom is hosting a one-off Japanese cooking class by chef Tatsu, featuring ‘Dashi 101’, a foundation of Japanese cuisine and frequently used as the base for all types of broths and sauces.
Taking place on Saturday June 22 from 5pm onwards, expect to learn how to serve an authentic Japanese four-course meal, starting off with hourenso ohitashi, a boiled spinach salad served as a typical appetiser in Japan.
The chef will the teach guests how to cook chawan mushi, a steamed egg dashi custard, along with nasu nioroshi – simmered eggplant.
As for the main dish, expect to learn how to cook a mean bowl of udon noodles with Wagyu beef.
Of course, once you’re done prepping your meal, you’ll get to chow down on your creation. Make sure to follow the chef’s instructions well so it’s all as delicious as can be.
The meal is made with ingredients that contain natural MSG such as dried kelp (konbu), dried bonito flakes (katsuobushi) and shiitake mushrooms that give dishes that umami flavour. Sounds delicious to us.
Spaces are limited, and on a first come, first serve basis, so be sure to book your spot pronto by emailing email@example.com, calling +971 4 394 3973 or sending a message on Kaffe Bloom’s Instagram page @kaffebloom.
If you’re more of an eater than a cooker, check out these three brilliant Japanese brunches to satisfy you cravings.
When: Saturday June 22, 5pm onwards
Where: Kaffe Bloom, The Onyx Tower 2, The Greens
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (+971 4 394 3973)