Cooking Class: Japanese Maki Rolls
Maki is the name for Japanese sushi rolls that are sliced — as we typically see them in the U.S. While there are many types of sushi, maki is one of the most popular. Learn how to make your own handmade maki and various other types of sushi in this guided cooking class with Chef Nancy.
You'll get to create a variety of rolls including maki rolls, inside-out rolls, hand rolls (temaki), kimbap and inaki. You'll learn how to make the perfect sushi rice before selecting from a variety of fresh ingredients to create tasty, artful rolls sure to satisfy all your sushi cravings!
Our cooking classes are designed to be social events that do not require any previous experience. Guests are welcome to purchase beer to enjoy during the class.
Assorted Hand-Rolled Sushi
Ingredients may include nori, sushi rice, cucumber, bell pepper, kani, omelette, Spam, mango, avocado, fresh vegetables and more
With shiitake mushrooms fresh vegetables, nori, sushi rice and Spam
Fresh tuna available upon request
- Minimum Guests 4
- Maximum Guests 25
- Event Duration 2 hours
- Activity Level
- Restrictions Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
- LabelsGroup, Sushi Making, Date Night, Fun, Japanese
Classpop! guest reviews for this experience
10 Mar 2023
A lot of fun! Chef Nancy was very sweet. I anticipated more demonstration rather than her just describing what we were doing, so often times I was a little confused. But we had a great group of people and had a blast!
07 Mar 2023
Chef Nancy has a great personality and was very helpful in class. She keep the class light and fun! This was my first time attending a class like this and I would definanlty do it again! Thank you Chef Nancy!
08 Feb 2023
Amazing experience. Blake and I had such a blast doing this.
all-inclusive: 2-hour class, meal and taxes.
Event location: 1809 Eldridge Pkwy, Houston, TX, 77077
Venue Type: Bar
Location is based on class date. Please select the date you plan to attend to see the correct location.
Meet your chef
More commonly known as the Adobo Queen, Chef Nancy was born and raised in the Philippines as well as in the restaurant industry. Her family has owned and operated an authentic Filipino comfort food restaurant in Manila where she began cooking at a young age. Today, Chef Nancy is a freelance multimedia cooking show host as well as the host of a variety of fun and interactive culinary experiences that champion authentic Filipino fare.
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