Ever watched Takoyaki being made in front of your very eyes? Ever imagined yourself in the place of the person making the Takoyaki you ordered?
What would you say, if we told you we could put you in that place, even if merely for an hour?
For the month of March, we shine our spotlight on the popular Japanese dumpling, Takoyaki. Translated as grilled or roasted octopus (“tako” - octopus, “yaki” - cook by grilling or roasting), it is often considered as fast food and mainly sold on the streets.
Takoyaki is made of batter, authentically with diced octopus, tempura scraps (tenkasu), pickled ginger, konnyaku and green onion, topped with okonomiya sauce, green layer, mayonnaise, and katsuobushi (fish shavings). In the Kansai region, instead of being eaten as a snack food, takoyaki is eaten as a side dish with a bowl of cooked rice.
Don’t let this opportunity slip, join us for our Takoyaki making session! With our teaching and guidance, we will provide you the experience of making your own takoyaki balls.
Date: Saturday, 15 March 2008
Time: 10.00am to 11.00am, 11.30am to 12.30pm, 1.00pm to 2.00pm
Venue: IT 5-6-12
Admission: $7 (members); $9 (non-members)
To register, please SMS Ping Ping at 98659990 with your full name, admission number, school, year of study, and contact number (very important!).
Please note that registration and payment is to be done latest by Wednesday, 12 March 2008.
SEAL points will be awarded for participation. See you there!