Osechi is a Japanese traditional meal for new year days. Usually, various kinds of cooked food are packed in a three-tier box and people have it to celebrate the new year. In this course, you can learn how to make 6 typical osechi.
This course takes about 5 hours, including…
- Making “dashi” soup stock
- Making 6 kinds of osechi using the dashi soup stock
- Decorate them on a dish
- Tasting the cooked food
You do not have to clean up and wash up.
- Namasu (pickled radish and carrot)
- Nishime (boiled vegetables)
- Tazukuri (dried small fish and nuts, carameled)
- Kuri kinton (sweetend chestnuts and sweet potatos)
- Datemaki (rolled egg)
- Kuromame (sweetend black beans)
Making traditional “dashi” soup stock with bonito and kelp to make zouni soup with mochi (rice cake).