Let's have a sushi party: How to make sushi at home.

This course is for you who want to make sushi yourself at home and have a wonderful time with your family or friends.
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  • Lectures 26
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 2/2016 English

Course Description

This course shows how to make sushi at home for people who have little to no experience from Roll sushi, Nigiri sushi and much more.
Taking this course you will learn all the steps and tricks you need to know on how to make sushi.

There are 26 lectures that explain step by step on how to prepare, roll and make sushi, etc. Taking the course won't take that long since the lectures are very simple and easy to understand.

It will take only about an hour to finish watching this whole course. Then all you have to do is get all the ingredients and cook!

The course has a "Before you start cooking" section, a "While you are Cooking" section, an "After Cooking" section, and some other sections showing the different types of sushi and how you can make them. This means the course is divided into 8 sections.
It will also explain and tell you all the tips and tricks that will make cooking sushi much easier and help you learn a lot faster.

Taking this course would be a good idea based on its easy-to-understand content and the simple explanation.
Also, the video itself will give a lot of information with arrows and lines to guide you through the hard parts such as rolling the sushi or spreading out the rice

If you really like sushi and want to try making it yourself.
This will be very helpful.

What are the requirements?

  • Please prepare some equipments and ingredients which the video shows, such as sushi mats, sushi seaweed and Japanese rice.
  • Your work space in the kitchen should be clean.
  • When you use raw fish, please make sure if it is edible as raw.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • You will be able to make sushi that you always eat at Japanese restaurants.
  • You will be able to have a sushi party and make special memories with your loved ones.
  • Anybody with little to no experience of cooking will get the confidence and the joy of cooking.

What is the target audience?

  • Those who like Japanese food, are interested in cooking or want to make sushi.
  • Those who want to make delicious sushi for their dear family, friends, co-workers, etc.
  • Those who want to surprise their friends by their fantastic sushi dishes.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
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
01:33

Introducing this course & instructor Masa.

It shows how you will be able to make Sushi at home without any experience.


Hi, I am Masa.

I like teaching how to make sushi and watching smile after people could make sushi.

That makes me so happy, so I made this course.

I hope you would be able to make sushi and enjoy it with somebody you love.

If you have any questions and want to ask something for making sushi, please feel to contact to me.

I will try to do the best.

Thank you.

Masa



Section 2: What do you need to prepare?
01:43

Shows what kind of ingredients you need to make Sushi

such as fish, vegetables, rice, seaweed, seasonings etc.

You can see all ingredients that are used in this course all at once.

*There is an additional PDF document.

02:01

Shows what kind of equipment you need to make sushi.

Ex.Sushi mat, sharpened knife.

01:27

This lecture explains how to prepare & use a sushi mat (Makisu) to roll sushi.


*There is an additional PDF document.

02:05

This lecture shows how to prepare, cut & use seaweed for all types of sushi

such as Maki Sushi, Nigiri Sushi, Temaki Sushi and Gunkan Sushi.

*There is an additional PDF document.

01:12

This lecture shows how to make sushi vinegar.

You can find suitable ratios of rice vinegar, salt, sugar for sushi

rice.


*There is an additional PDF document.

02:52

This lecture shows how to make rice properly in a pot on the stove.

Also how to wash rice before cooking, the ratio of rice to water.

When you get to know this, you will have delicious rice without a rice cooker.


*There is an additional PDF document.

01:35

This lecture shows how to make sushi rice by using the rice cooked on stove.

I will teach you the right amount of sushi vinegar to pour into the sushi rice to make a good sushi.

*There is an additional PDF document.

02:35

This lecture shows how to cut vegetables for sushi.

For example, there are two ways to cut cucumber.

You will see the Japanese way (KATSURA MUKI) that has a special technique.

This will show you how to prepare avocados to use for inside or outside the sushi as well.


*There is an additional PDF document.

02:00

This lecture shows how to cut tuna filet and salmon filet.

There are some theories on how to cut fish.

I attach the PDF document.

And also there is an additional video to cut whole fish too.

Please take a look!


04:14

This lecture shows how to make a Tempura.

Tempura is a very popular dish in North America.

Preparation, cooking, all the process is shown here.

You will be able to make and enjoy tempura at home yourself.


*There is an additional PDF document.

03:32

This lecture shows how to make sushi prawn.

This way of cooking is a very unique technique for peeling, cutting and forming prawn.

Please watch it carefully.


*There is an additional PDF document.

13.Making Seared Scallop & Teriyaki Chicken
02:09
03:33

This lecture shows how to make egg (Tamago) for sushi.

You might need rectangle frying pan, but it will be worth getting it.

There is an additional video to make Dashi.
Section 3: Let’s make Inside out Roll SuShi
03:24

An Inside out roll is a Roll sushi where the rice is on the outside.

This lecture demonstrates how to make an California Roll.

California rolls are the most well known inside out roll in North America.

It has avocado, cucumber, crabmeat (fresh or imitation) wrapped

inside.

*There is an additional PDF document.

04:02

This lecture demonstrates how to make an Alaska Roll.

Alaska Roll has salmon filet and cream cheese inside, wrapped with smoked salmon on the outside.

It is really good.


*There is an additional PDF document.

02:40

This lecture demonstrates how to make a Dynamite Roll.

Dynamite Roll has prawn tempura, avocado and flying fish roe (tobiko) inside.

If you are a fan of Tempura, this must be tried.


*There is an additional PDF document.

03:28

This lecture demonstrates how to make a Teriyaki Chicken Roll.

Teriyaki chicken roll has asparagus inside, then is wrapped with thin sliced avocado pieces outside.

*There is an additional PDF document.

Section 4: Let’s make Hosomaki Sushi
03:01

Hosomaki roll is a smaller sized roll sushi with seaweed on the outside.

This lecture demonstrates how to make cucumber rolls (kappa maki).

This is suitable for vegetarians and also kids.

*There is an additional PDF document.

02:48

This lecture demonstrates how to make a salmon roll.

You can make it with tuna another one single ingredient, if you like.

*There is an additional PDF document.

Section 5: Let’s make Temaki Sushi
01:19

This lecture demonstrates how to make Temaki sushi.

Temaki sushi is a cone shaped roll sushi.

Shows you how to make it by using the ingredients of the Tempura prawn.


*There is an additional PDF document.

Section 6: Let’s make Gunkan Maki Sushi
01:45

This lecture demonstrates how to make Gunkan maki.

Gunkan maki is a bite size roll sushi that is wrapped with a small piece of Nori.

Shows how to make it by using chopped scallop & shredded crab meat.

*There is an additional PDF document.

Section 7: Let’s make NIgiri Sushi
03:34

This lecture demonstrates how to make Nigiri sushi.

Nigiri sushi is a small sized sushi without Nori.

There are lots of Nigiri sushi made with different ingredients.

Shows you salmon, tuna Nigiri sushi in this lecture.


*There is an additional PDF document.

02:51

This lecture demonstrates how to make Prawn and egg (tamago) Nigiri sushi.

It is slightly different with Tuna & Salmon.

Please watch this.


*There is an additional PDF document.

01:06

This lecture demonstrates how to make Scallop Nigiri sushi.

This is littel smaller size than other Nigiri sushi.that is wrapped with a small piece of Nori.

Shows how to make it by using chopped scallop & seaweed.


Section 8: Let's Plate Sushi
03:02

There are the tips of plating sushi beatifully.

I will show you the tricks here.


This is final lecture in this course.

I really thank you for watching this video, and hope you enjoyed it.

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Instructor Biography

Masahiro Wake, Cooking

I am Masa(Masahiro Wake). I was born in Osaka Japan.

I started cooking in my late 20’s. That’s pretty late, but I am somehow managing to be a chef and work in all kinds of different places.

At age 29, I started working at a Japanese restaurant and stayed in Vancouver Canada for one year.

I quickly learned how to make SUSHI.

After that, I went back to my parents house in Osaka and worked at a udon (Japanese thick noodle) restaurant where we make udon from scratch.
Two years later, I could get visa to come back to Vancouver and work here.


I worked at another Japanese restaurant for 2 years.

Then, I got to open my own cafe resturant near the beach. After 8 years of running business, I decided to sell my restaurant to spend with my family.

After enjoying to spend time with my sweet daughter ,
I went to back to the kitchen in a high end restaurant, hotel’s kitchen etc.
Now I am working as a chef at a hospitality food site here in Vancouver.

I would like to introduce Japanese cooking as sharing my experience and start communicating with people all over the world.

Thank you.

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