Folklorama is pleased to present Fusion, a social cooking experience. Learn how to make traditional cuisine from Winnipeg’s Filipino and Japanese communities while indulging in a three-course cultural meal.
The evening will entail live entertainment and demonstrations from Folklorama community members and will be hosted by Mandy Shew from 103.1 Virgin Radio.
Tickets: $77.95 + service fee*
When: January 18, 2018 | 6-9 pm
Where: Kitchen Sync - 370 Donald Street
Selection of sushi rolls
This bite-size staple of Japanese cuisine is made of rice, vegetables, and either cooked ingredients or raw seafood.
Enjoy a curated selection of sushi rolls that will be demonstrated in a variety of ways by Chef Sadao Ohno:
California roll – Avocado, crab, fish eggs wrapped in seaweed
Inari sushi - Carrots and flavoured white rice in a soy sauce flavour soy bean curd "bag"
Kappamaki – Cucumber and flavoured white rice wrapped in seaweed
Demonstrated by Gil Buenaventura
Chicken adobo is a staple at every Filipino gathering. Adobo is Spanish for marinade and references the mouth-watering sauce the chicken is prepared in which plays with sourness and saltiness.
Also known as “lumpia”, lumpiang shanghai is related to the delicious, crispy spring roll. The commonly fried cultural side item, or snack, is a very popular Filipino dish made of ground pork or beef and a mixture of spices and vegetables. We dare you to eat just one.
Pancit guisado is a delightful traditional Filipino dish served as a side or a hearty entrée for a large family gathering! This popular sautéed noodle stir-fry can be mixed with pork, chicken, shrimp and a variety of vegetables.
Steamed Jasmine Rice
Finish the evening with a Manju Cookie (Japanese sweet bean paste cookie) Moshi Mocha Ice Cream and soothing Green Tea.