Japanese Soufflé Pancake Class
Learn to make fluffy Japanese soufflé pancakes from scratch with the owner of Kenji's Kitchen. Soufflé pancakes are served in trendy cafes all over Japan and are perfect for breakfast, brunch or dessert. This class is suitable for all cooking levels, from novice to expert, and since the ingredients are found in most kitchens, this class is perfect for virtual team building. Follow along in your own kitchen as Kenji walks through the steps to make this light, fluffy, and mouthwatering treat.
Duration: 90 minutes
Group Size: Up to 50
What's Included: Instructor-led class
What You Need: Kenji will send a list of ingredients and supplies needed ahead of time
Our company did a virtual Japanese souffle pancake class with Kenji and it was fantastic - by far one of the team's favorite events of our virtual retreat week! Kenji was friendly, informative and kind. The pancakes tasted amazing, and even "non chefs" in the group were able to successfully make them and enjoy the class. We'll be back for another in the future! - Laura (Austin, TX)
We highly recommend Kenji’s Kitchen! We hosted a virtual class for our company and from initial contact all the way through to post event, Kenji was highly responsive and caring to ensure we had a successful event. Answering our many questions promptly and showing great care that everyone had what they needed to participate. During our event, he was highly engaged and as excited as we were when we achieved our first soufflé (even if it turned out a little wonky, he cheered us on 🤣) We will 100% have Kenji back! A fan favorite!! - Kara (San Francisco, CA)
Based in San Francisco, Kenji's Kitchen offers authentic Japanese cooking classes, both to individuals and to corporate clients. Owner Kenji was born and raised in southern rural Japan and has been passionate about cooking from a very young age. As is common in Japan, he grew up in a home with three generations and spent every minute that he could with his grandmother in the kitchen. Kenji's grandmother taught him everything he knows about cooking. He learned not just cooking techniques and the importance of using seasonal ingredients, but that the purpose of cooking is to bring joy to the people that you are cooking for. Kenji's goal for students is to experience that joy in his classes.