october, 2021

sat02oct11:00 am2:00 pmClass OverSushi & Gyoza Making Class£85, Sushi making class11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Class Description

Naturally low in dairy and fat, you will learn how to make popular types of sushi such as makizushi – rice and filling wrapped in nori, uramaki – rice is on the outside such as California rolls and sashimi – raw fish. All ingredients are bought locally.

The most common type of Gyoza in Japan is Yaki-Gyoza. This style of Gyoza is very similar to the Chinese ‘potsticker’ dumplings. The prepared dumplings are placed in a pan and fried for a short time, water is then added to the pan and a lid placed on top, to steam the dumplings. When the steaming process is complete the lid of the pan is removed and the Gyoza are left to continue to crisp.

You will have the change to taste your efforts as you go along or take home all the delicious sushi you make.

  • Types of Sushi & Sashimi
  • Making Sushi rice
  • Making Sushi Rolls
  • Sushi toppings
  • Gyoza
  • Dipping Sauce

What’s included:

Glass of fizz, beer or soft drink on arrival. Enjoy the food you create as you cook, any leftovers can be taken home – bring suitable containers!

We provide all ingredients and can cater to most dietary needs, please tell us in the notes when booking. Copies of the recipes emailed to you after the class.

The added bonus is the washing up is all done for you!

Fully Stocked Bar:

We have a great bar with some amazing wines, beers, a range spirits, soft drinks and cocktails to enjoy – additional beverages can be purchased using cash or card.

Skill Level: All Abilities

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Chef

George PhelanClassically trained chef of 35 years experience across Europe. From fine dining in Castles & award winning restaurants to cakes & casual dining, George loves seafood, honed from time in Ireland and Malta and is central to his cooking. Mediterranean and healthy eating with a focus on vegan & vegetarian dishes is also a passion. Most of all George loves to pass on his knowledge and lifetime of collected recipes.