Vegetable Decorated Salad Cake Making Class by Noriko
*Class Cancellation Policy applies, please refer to the bottom of page
Join Noriko and learn the art of creating stunning vegetable decorated cakes! In this class, you'll discover the beauty of vibrant natural colors and savor the unique gluten-free sponge cake.
Unlike traditional sweet cakes, this will be a salad cake, making it a perfect option for those who prefer less sugary treats or even as a delightful lunch alternative.
During the class, you'll master the techniques for preparing a soy flour-based sponge and creating a luscious tofu cream. But the highlight will be learning how to expertly decorate the cake using an array of fresh and vibrant vegetables.
Don't miss this opportunity to unleash your creativity and impress your friends and family with a visually striking and delicious vegetable decorated cake. Join us and learn the art of this unique culinary creation with Noriko!
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
- How to make tofu cream.
- How to make a soy flour sponge (gluten-free).
- How to use vegetables to decorate your cake.
WHAT WILL YOU TAKE HOME?
- Recipes and hand outs
- Vegetable cake made in class
WHAT TO BRING?
- x1 pen
- x1 apron
- airtight container to take home the left over food made in class (we will prepare a cake box for the cake)
Length of Class: 2.5 hours
Venue: Room A, 16/F, Yiuga Factory Building, 62 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town
CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY
Passion for beans, grains, Tsukemono pickles and traditional Japanese cooking
Passionate about beans, grains, and traditional Japanese cuisine, Noriko is a dedicated advocate for the joy of cooking with ingredients from Hokkaido. As an experienced instructor for bean cooking with the JA Kitamirai Legume Promotion Association, Noriko has been sharing her expertise in this field for many years.
Since 1994, Noriko has been actively working to preserve Japan's traditional cuisine, and she serves as the Chairperson for the Red Rice Movement Executive Committee in Japan. She has designated the 1st and 15th of every month as "Red Rice Day" and distributes a bi-weekly newsletter as the Chairperson.
In addition to her love for bean and grain cooking, Noriko is also an expert in Japanese pickling and has made it a lifelong pursuit to teach traditional pickling methods at her Red Rice cooking classes.
Noriko has also expanded her field of expertise to food education, gaining experience as a nutritionist at the certified nursery school "Kokoro." She is dedicated to providing safe and secure school meals and upholding the motto of the school.
Noriko holds the following certifications:
- Tofu Meister Cooking Certified Instructor
- Okara Revival Producer Certified Instructor
- Fermented Food Expert 1st grade
- Grains and Cereals Advisor
- Advanced Kanbutsu (dried foods) Maestro
- Dietary Education Tofu Instructor
- Tofu & Beauty Life Advisor
- Veggie Deco Salad Instructor
- Okara Konjac Meister
- Oriental Dietary Education Medicinal Herb Advisor
- Oriental Herbal Tea Advisor
- Vegetable Sommelier
- Pet Nutritionist
- Herb Coordinator
- Orthomolecular Nutrition Expert
With her extensive knowledge in nutrition and culinary arts, Noriko excels in promoting the benefits of healthy eating with a focus on traditional Japanese ingredients and cooking methods. Her diverse range of certifications reflects her dedication to her craft and her passion for sharing her expertise with others.
赤飯運動実行委員長（毎月 1 日は、赤飯教室開催）
平成 6 年より日本の伝承料理を絶やさないために毎月 1 日と15 日はお赤飯を作る日として、毎月 2 回のメルマガを配信、赤飯運動実行委員長。