30 Best Authentic Japanese Food Recipes Cooking Class

An ultimate online cookbook for homemade Japanese dishes featuring the 30 most popular dishes from Japan.
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  • Lectures 92
  • Length 4 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

In this online cooking class, we have compiled the recipes for the 30 most popular homemade Japanese food and will be teaching it to you in a simple and easy to understand approach. It includes traditional Japanese recipes like iritori, saba misoni, tonjiru; classic Japanese recipes like sushi rolls, chawanmushi, karaage, nikujaga; as well as Japanese versions of mabo tofu, potato salad, stuffed cabbage rolls, and sweet and sour meatballs.

In this course, you will learn many cooking techniques which are very helpful in improving your kitchen skills.

Step by step instructions, and demonstrations as well as helpful tips will guide you to prepare healthy and delicious Japanese meals at home. Useful information such as the cooking time and calorie count has been added in the lectures. Printable copies of the 30 recipes taught in this course is available.

Learn more about Japanese cooking. The recipes are very simple and requires minimum effort. Simple recipes using simple ingredients can be delicious when done right.

What are the requirements?

  • In able to cook the recipes taught in this course, students will need basic kitchen tools such as pan, knife, chopping board, kitchen spoons, and kitchen stove.
  • Some of the ingredients used in recipes may not be readily available at grocery stores outside Japan, you might need to visit Japanese or Asian supermarkets to get the necessary ingredients.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Prepare homemade Japanese food
  • Serve delicious and healthy meals for your loved ones.
  • Get deeper knowledge about Japanese cooking methods and techniques.
  • Be familiar with the ingredients commonly and usually used when cooking Japanese food.
  • Know the basic spices and their use in Japanese cooking.
  • Enhance cooking creativity by finding alternatives for ingredients

What is the target audience?

  • This Japanese cooking class is for those who want to get the authentic recipes of some of the popular Japanese dishes.
  • This cooking class will be easier to follow if you are familiar with the ingredients and spices basic to Japanese cooking.

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
01:57

Welcome to this Japanese cooking class were you will learn to cook 30 of the most popular dishes in Japan.

Section 2: 1 - Hamburg
Ingredients
Preview
00:44
How to Cook Hamburg
Preview
04:45
Hamburg Recipe
Article
Section 3: 2 - Chicken Karaage
Ingredients
Preview
00:29
How to Cook Chicken Karaage
Preview
05:56
Chicken Karaage Recipe
Article
Section 4: 3 - Nikujaga
Ingredients
00:43
How to Cook Nikujaga
06:45
Nikujaga Recipe
Article
Section 5: 4 - Gyoza
Ingredients
00:43
How to Cook Japanese-Style Gyoza
09:05
Gyoza Recipe
Article
Section 6: 5 - Pork Shogayaki
Ingredients
00:36
How to Cook Pork Shogayaki
03:30
Pork Shogayaki Recipe
Article
Section 7: 6 - Beef Roll Ups
Ingredients
00:34
How to Cook Beef Roll Ups
05:37
Beef Roll Up Recipe
Article
Section 8: 7 - Stir Fried Pork and Mixed Vegetables
Ingredients
00:29
How to Cook Stir Fried Pork and Vegetables
03:37
Stir Fried Pork and Vegetables Recipe
Article
Section 9: 8 - Garlic Buttered Salmon
Ingredients
00:31
How to Cook Garlic Buttered Salmon
05:15
Garlic Buttered Salmon Recipe
Article
Section 10: 9 - Omurice (Omelette Rice)
Ingredients
00:39
How to Cook Omurice
05:03
Omurice Recipe
Article
Section 11: 10 - Sushi Roll (Maki Sushi)
Ingredients
01:01
How to Make Sushi Roll
07:23
Sushi Roll Recipe
Article
Section 12: 11 - Ebi Chili (Prawns in Chili Sauce)
Ingredients
01:10
How to Cook Ebi Chili
05:22
Ebi Chili Recipe
Article
Section 13: 12 - Chinjao Rosu (Pepper Steak)
Ingredients
00:50
How to Cook Chinjao Rosu
03:53
Chinjao Rosu Recipe
Article
Section 14: 13 - Korokke
Ingredients
00:21
How to Make Korokke
07:07
Korokke Recipe
Article
Section 15: 14 - Potato Salad
Ingredients
00:27
How to Make Japanese-Style Potato Salad
04:57
Potato Salad Recipe
Article
Section 16: 15 - Mabo Tofu
Ingredients
00:51
How to Cook Mabo Tofu
03:30
Mabo Tofu Recipe
Article
Section 17: 16 - Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Ingredients
00:53
How to Make Sweet and Sour Meatballs
04:20
Sweet and Sour Meatballs Recipe
Article
Section 18: 17 - Steamed Egg Custard (Chawanmushi)
Ingredients
00:34
How to Cook Chawanmushi
06:49
Steamed Egg Custard (Chawanmushi) Recipe
Article
Section 19: 18 - Tempura
Ingredients
00:53
How to Make Tempura
08:05
Tempura Recipe
Article
Section 20: 19 - Simmered Pork and Eggs (Nibuta Nitamago)
Ingredients
00:34
How to Cook Simmered Pork and Eggs
07:13
Simmered Pork and Eggs Recipe
Article
Section 21: 20 - Hoikoro
Ingredients
00:50
How to Cook Hoikoro
05:41
Hoikoro Recipe
Article
Section 22: 21 - Chicken Teriyaki
Ingredients
00:23
How to Cook Chicken Teriyaki
04:32
Chicken Teriyaki Recipe
Article
Section 23: 22 - Iritori
Ingredients
00:47
How to Cook Iritori
07:49
Iritori Recipe
Article
Section 24: 23 - Saba Misoni (Simmered Mackerel in Miso Sauce)
Ingredients
00:50
How to Cook Saba Misoni
06:33
Saba Misoni Recipe
Article
Section 25: 24 - Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup)
Ingredients
00:36
How to Cook Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup)
05:35
Tonjiru Recipe
Article
Section 26: 25 - Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Ingredients
00:46

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Instructor Biography

Haamalu Limited Liability Company, Online Entrepreneur based in Japan

We established this company called Haamalu LLC in Tokyo (registered in 2013). Luckily, Online Advertisement Department hit the market and eventually we don't need to think about money anymore at all.

Depending on our mood, we change places to live in every 3 months and subjects to study. No Alarm, No Boss, No worry. This simple life is really awesome. Let us share these idea with you.

2013年4月に西麻布/六本木で会社(登記名:Haamalu合同会社)を立ち上げました。運良く、同年11月にメディア事業/広告事業が軌道に乗り始め、ありがたいことにお金の心配を一切しなくてよくなりました。それ以降は奥さんと一緒に毎月住む場所(国、地域)を変えながら旅を続けています。過去15ヶ月の間に住んだ場所:ネブラスカ、ニューヨーク、シカゴ、サウスカロライナ、モントリオール、バンクーバー、トロント、パタヤ、バリ島、ギリ島、宜野湾、阿波池田、大歩危、彦根(いずれも30日ずつ)。

(追記)カナダのモントリオールにいるときに奥さんの妊娠が発覚したので、今はおとなしく石垣島で隠居生活をしています。ほぼ毎日、米原ビーチでシュノーケルをしているので見かけたら声をかけてください。

Instructor Biography

Having been a new immigrant in Japan, I have discovered and learned a lot of things about this beautiful country.

I manage a small company in Japan with my husband as my business partner. We travel a lot around the country while learning new things and discovering new ways to expand our online business.

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