This class is held online (Zoom) on September 3rd 2020.
What is Vegan Unagi?
Unagi is Japanese for freshwater eel, a common ingredient in Japanese cooking.
In this class we will use modoki ryori techniques to create a plant-based version of unagi. Modoki ryori is food which uses vegetable ingredients to imitate the appearance and texture of meat and fish. It is highly popular in shojin ryori cooking – as you can enjoy a healthy plant-based version of dishes usually containing animal products!
Our unagi is fully plant-based and serves as a healthy budget alternative both for vegans and non-vegans alike.
What’s on the menu?
- Grilled vegan unagi rice bowl
- Homemade pickled vegetables [tsukemono]
- Homemade sauce
- Japanese clear soup [osuimono] (does not contain miso)
What’s included in the price?
- Introduction to the dishes
- 1.0 hour online cooking demonstration
- Recipe for cooking at home
How will the class be conducted?
The class will be conducted online through Zoom. We will share the Zoom meeting URL in advance.
We do not accept cancellations after settlement. If you cannot attend the lesson we can share the recipe.