31 Jan 2021 (Sun) 14:00
90 minutes
Online
£25 per ticket

STRAWBERRY DAIFUKU ONLINE LIVE-STREAM CLASS

Experience this amazing fusion of Japanese sweet mochi and fruit in this Strawberry Daifuku class. First created in the 1980’s, Ichigo Daifuku, is truly a Japanese delicacy consisting of a juicy strawberry coated with sweet anko bean paste and an outer layer of soft pillowy soft mochi. Learn how to make this special Japanese signature sweet and indulge your afternoon tea with a Japanese twist!

In this class, you will learn:
- Making soft and pillowy mochi
- Making sweet bean paste: red or white anko
- Creating 3 different types of Strawberry Daifuku
- Creating Mochi Ice Cream

INGREDIENTS & UTENSIL LIST:
Glutinous Rice Flour or Shiratamako
White Sugar (granulated or caster)
Cornstarch or Potato Starch (for dusting)
Canned Adzuki Beans 400g or Canned Cannellini Beans 400g
Small Strawberries or Raspberries

Equipments you will need -
Mixing Bowls & Measuring Spoons
Silicone or Wooden Spatula for mixing
Steamer (or a Pot w/ Lid to steam the mochi)
A bowl that will go into your steamer or pot
Electric Hand Blender or Potato Masher

Kinu will lead you through the process of Strawberry Daifuku making step-by-step. Experience creating this delicious Strawberry Daifuku dessert with this fun and interactive CookAlong.

Full ingredients & equipment list and the ZOOM online class link will be emailed to participants after the booking. Any queries, please feel free to write to class@sozai.co.uk.

Vegan Weekend Online Dessert Foundation Vegetarian
INSTRUCTOR

Kinu Yukawa

Kinu Yukawa is a cooking instructor, food stylist and private chef from Kobe, Japan. She ventured into the world of food early in life and fostered the basics of cooking from her grandmother who was a chef. Later she trained at Ecole Ritz Escoffier Paris and traditional Japanese cuisine in Kyoto.

Kinu believes in the simplicity of the Japanese philosophy in enjoying food with the body's five senses as well as cooking with the colourful produce in season. Bringing 'harmony' to the body nourished by the seasonal 'food' which is one of the meanings of the word 'Washoku' (the harmony of food), the Japanese terminology for Japanese cuisine.

Kinu has been teaching Japanese cooking at the Japan Centre London since 2011, sharing her expertise and knowledge of Japanese cooking and styling to students of all walks of life and various levels of culinary interests.

Visit her website -
www.DeliciouslyJapanese.com
@DeliciouslyJapanese

REVIEWS
by Barbara
ONLINE SHOJIN VEGAN COOKING 1
Shojin class

Enjoyed the class, there was a lot of cooking but it felt very relaxed. I don't tend to use silken tofu as I dont know how to best use it, so making gammodoki was interesting and turned out very tasty. The background information about shojin was interesting. Looking forward to the next class.

17 Jan 2021
by Luke
STRAWBERRY DAIFUKU ONLINE LIVE-STREAM CLASS
A fun and well-paced class!

I joined the Ichigo Daifuku class and enjoyed learning how to make my own! The pace was excellent and Yukawa-san was conscientious in ensuring that everyone was comfortable and keeping up. If you're interested in Japanese food and culture, learning something new, and doing something a bit different - then I would thoroughly recommend this class!

16 Nov 2020
by katerina
STRAWBERRY DAIFUKU ONLINE LIVE-STREAM CLASS
Superb class

Never had an online cooking class, I almost bailed out due to being nervous. Anyway it was great I didn’t, I enjoyed the lesson so much, our tutor was so lovely when I got the key ingredient wrong (Glutinous rice flour) and improvised a revised recipe. On to sushi V1 & 2 next.

15 Nov 2020
by Mioko
STRAWBERRY DAIFUKU ONLINE LIVE-STREAM CLASS
Utterly enjoyable cookery lesson!

Lovely atmosphere created by Kinu. The whole lessons was really enjoyable.

15 Nov 2020
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