Introduction to Sushi Making

By Borough Kitchen

£95

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Description

Sushi master Silla Bjerrum, co-founder of Feng Sushi and acclaimed cookbook author, brings her 25+ years of experience to Borough Kitchen. Over the course of this 3-hour lesson, Silla will lead a small group in the art and practice of making sushi from scratch.

Key skills taught will include:
1. Hoso maki: cucumber and avocado thin rolls.
2. Ura maki: salmon with yuzu miso maki, spicy tuna inside out rolls.
3. Nigiri: salmon and tuna over hand-pressed seasoned rice.
4. Sashimi: how to prepare and properly cut raw salmon and tuna.
5. How to prepare sushi rice and how to select the best fish for making sushi.


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What you need

Equipment: All materials will be provided.

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Next class

Wednesday 21 November at 18:30

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Find your way there


1 Hampstead High Street, London, UK


Ratings & Reviews

5 (2)

Introduction to Sushi Making

A wonderful evening learning how to prepare and cook seafood - worth every penny!

Tina
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

Introduction to Sushi Making

Had a great evening and learnt a lot about fish. Company was excellent and Fran and team were really good. Would definitely recommend.

Brienne
Been on 1 EmptyChair workshop(s)

The Host


Borough Kitchen's London Cook Schools are offering cookery classes catered towards the urban home cook, the classes focus on culinary techniques that can be applied to any style of cooking. We offer a range of courses for all skill levels. Led by our classically-trained chefs, the Cook School uses Borough Kitchen

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