Mashed potato? Shrimp? Breadcrumbs!
Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu!
That’s right! As a start to this new year, we journey to France and the seas to explore the origin of some well-known Japanese dishes! For the dashing month of January 2011, we proudly present to you the popular Japanese croquette, Korokke, and Panko Shrimp!
Panko Shrimp consists of shrimps coated in panko and deep-fried into a delicious snack. “Panko” translates to Japanese breadcrumbs, which is lighter, crunchier and more flaky than its Western identity, and Shrimps are basically crustaceans found swimming in fresh and salt waters.
Korokke commonly comes in the form of patties, served with a variety of sauces, mayonnaise, or shredded veggie. Consisting of mashed potato with variable fillings and coated with panko, this deep-fried delight is vastly available in supermarkets, convenience stores and especially korokke shops. Korokke may be eaten by itself as a snack, a topping accompanying other dishes, or even made into a sandwich (“korokke pan”)!
Don’t miss this opportunity, join TPJCG for our Korokke and Panko Shrimp making session! Let us teach and guide you along the way to making these wonderful and well-known dishes.
Date: Saturday, 22nd January 2011
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm; 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Venue: IT 5-6-15
Admission: $6 (members), $8 (non-members)
To register, email Nurul ‘Afiqah at [email protected] with your full name, matric number, school, year of study, and contact number and the session that you are attending. Please check all your details before sending.
Please note that registration and payment is to be done latest by 20th January 2011.
SEAL points will be awarded for participation. We look forward to seeing you!