How To Make Gyoza Online Class!
Direct to you from Tokyo, you can learn how to make delicious gyoza at home in an online class!
(Image borrowed from Eventbrite.) If you have tried Japanese food before, especially at an Izakaya, you may have encountered gyoza. These are the Japanese version of Chinese dumplings; a dough skin filled with meat or vegetables and cooked in a pot or pan. If you've ever wanted to learn how to make these yourself, this friendly, informal online class gives you the chance with a true Tokyo local! In the lead up to the class you will be sent an ingredient list and some instructions so that you can prepare for the class and follow along as it begins. It will almost be like you are right there in Tokyo, being taught by the tutor herself! You'll be able to ask questions and get advice as you go. Ingredients include:
minced pork (or chicken)
sake (or white wine)
sesame oil and salt Register here. Only $44.99 per person.
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