[Japanese Cooking] Winter Seasonal Tradition: “Nabe” | Chef JA Cooks | Skillshare

[Japanese Cooking] Winter Seasonal Tradition: “Nabe”

Chef JA Cooks, Love Cooking, Baking and Eating Healthy

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7 Videos (10m)
    • Introduction

    • Culture and Tradition

    • Basic Ingredients

    • Making Soup

    • Ingredients and Preparation

    • Variation of Nabe

    • Thank You


About This Class

Happy New Year!               

When the weather turns cold here in japan, we say the season of “Nabe” has arrived. Nabe means “a pot” in Japanese but it’s also the name of a dish which contains soup with some sort of vegetable, fish, meat or seafood. Once the nabe is prepared,  the pot is brought to the table and eaten it while it is hot, in a self-serve style. It is a popular dish when the family gets together the New Year's holiday season.

In this class you will learn how to make the traditional nabe called "Yose Nabe", along with a bit of culture, tradition and other types of nabe.                

So why don't you warm up by having nabe at home? Let's start cooking!





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Chef JA Cooks

Love Cooking, Baking and Eating Healthy

The kitchen is my favorite room in the house. Love baking, cooking and of course eating.

I'm a Japanese native living in Kanagawa, Japan.

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