How to Make American Yakisoba - Virtual Event
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What you will need for this experience: Pen and Paper to take down the recipe, We all work at different speeds, I alot 2 hours per each experience, though this time may not be needed. We do not have to rush, there is plenty of time for you to ask questions, do not feel shy, everyone is here to learn.
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I give the recipe at the beginning, then teach what the steps are as we go. Internet connection/speed, time of cooking, altitude and weather, are factors in our cooking methods and time.
INGREDIENTS: MUST HAVE:
Ramen works great: Any flavor or Spaghetti noodles, Yakisoba noodles, Kids love shells and spiral noodle
Meat- Pick what meat you would like: chicken, pork, shrimp, steak, lamb, rabbit, hamburger or tofu
Vegetables: pick what veggies you like: Bell Pepper, onion, celery, carrots, bok choy, cabbage, green beans, broccoli, small corn, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts (pick the ones you like to eat, I will show you how to make for the pickiest eater)
Butter or oil, garlic, salt, pepper, soy sauce ( if you do not like soy sauce it can be modified)
Garnish: *¼ cup diced green onion *2 Tablespoons sesame seeds (black, white or mix)
Cooking Utensils and pans you will need: Large knife, 6 to 8 quart pan, frying pan, strainer, cutting board
Hello and thank you for giving me this opportunity to teach fun and helpful recipes. My name is Trish, a Licensed Partner for Yaymaker, I am prior Army, with a ton of culinary experiences and shortcuts.
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Trish is patient with everyone. She answers all questions and engages everyone. Her teaching methods are definitely conducive to learning and are so much fun.
This class was fun and engaging. Host worked through technical issues and we had plenty of time still.
The recipe was good. A much lighter meal than eating in the Chinese restaurant. I will make this again. I purchased a lot of ingredients that we didn't use and that were not mentioned. My fault for not asking more questions. On a zoom call I really do thin