In this online cooking class you'll get to try making three different menu items that demonstrate some of the ways that the featured product, Thick Bell Pepper Pickles, can liven up your dining table.
Before the cooking class you'll receive 3 free products: the Thick Bell Pepper Pickles from Ringonomori, Sushi Vinegar from Otafuku Sauce, and Sato No Gohan Koshihikari rice from Satosyokuhin.
After the class we'll have you answer a survey asking your opinion about the cooking class and products used (max 15 questions about the pickles, and max 10 questions about the sushi vinegar).
As a thank-you, at the end of this project you'll receive a S$15 gift card to Amazon or Qoo10.
Participants must have a Zoom-compatible device with microphone and camera.
October 4 to October 30, 2022
Max Number of People
20 people (In the case of more than this number of applicants, participants will be decided via a selection process)
S$15 gift card to Amazon or Qoo10 (you can choose after you are selected for this project)
Number of Survey Questions
Maximum 15 questions about the pickles, and maximum 10 questions about the sushi vinegar
From the date of the cooking class until December 16, 2022
At Ringonomori we hand-make each pickle with care. Most of our pickles are made from vegetables grown in the warm climate of the city of Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, south of Mt. Fuji. We seek cooking methods that preserve the natural umami flavor and nutrients of the vegetables we use, resulting in pickles that are even more delicious and easy to eat. Our vegetables are selected for their excellent taste and attractive appearance, by professional vegetable sommelier Nagaya Tomoko.
About the Product
Thick Bell Pepper Pickles
These pickles are made from thick bell peppers grown in Shizuoka Prefecture. Bell peppers are rich in antioxidants, and the abundance of vitamin C they contain may keep skin beautiful and fight the effects of ageing. Pink pepper, cumin, cardamom, and bay leaves add lots of extra flavor. These pickles are also ideal for adding to sandwiches and salads. Not overly sour, they can be enjoyed like sweets.
Please see the following page for detailed ingredients and allergen information. https://japanspark.com/ringonomori/thick_bell_pepper_pickles/
Cooking Class Date & Time
Tuesday, December 6, 2022, 7:00 to 8:20 PM (SGT)
Introduction to the product: 5-10 min
Cooking: 60 min
Questions & comments: 5-10 min
Total time: approximately 1 hour 20 minutes
Cooking Class Menu
In this cooking class a professional instructor will guide you in making the below three dishes. In addition to the featured product, Thick Bell Pepper Pickles, the following two products will also be provided to you for free.
- Sushi Vinegar: This vegan sushi vinegar from Otafuku Sauce has a mild and pleasantly sweet taste, and is ideal for making all kinds of sushi. (Sushi Vinegar ingredients/allergen information)
- Sato No Gohan Koshihikari rice: Because it's precooked you only need to heat it in the microwave or boil it in water to enjoy delicious Japanese rice.
1. Cup Sushi
These bite-size versions of chirashi sushi are super cute and colorful, with seafood and egg
Ingredients you need to purchase and prep yourself: cucumber (if possible, Japan-grown), salmon sashimi, egg.
2. Temaki Sushi
Temaki sushi is sushi that is rolled by hand. By adding colorful veggies and other ingredients this delicious and healthful dish also gets a lot of visual appeal: it resembles a flower bouquet, making it perfect for birthday parties and other celebrations.
Ingredients you need to purchase and prep yourself: salmon sashimi, egg, green curly-leaf lettuce, white sesame seeds, mayonnaise, soy sauce.
3. Bouquet Salad
With its colorful bell pepper pickles and optional prosciutto or smoked salmon, this green salad is made to look like a beautiful flower bouquet.
Ingredients you need to purchase and prep yourself: leafy vegetables, a dressing of your choice, something to wrap the salad in, such as parchment paper, and a ribbon to tie on if you want to go for the full bouquet-like presentation.
(Due to time constraints, the instructor will be making a single serving of each dish.)
About the Instructor
Noriko Tominaga is the president of Washocook, with cooking schools in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kanagawa. She also runs a "Certified Teacher Training School" that trains instructors in how to effectively teach Japanese Cuisine to visitors from overseas.
Please be sure you meet the following requirements before applying to this project:
- You have a device with a camera and microphone that can connect to Zoom
- You can purchase and prepare the necessary ingredients that aren't provided free
- You can answer the survey questions in a timely manner after the cooking class (maximum 15 questions)
- You are OK with your face being recorded during the cooking class, and understand that images or video from the cooking class may be used on websites, social media, or print media managed by Ringonomori or Japan Spark SG.
- You agree not to resell the provided products or ask someone to do this project in your place.
After reading the product page, did you understand the product description, ingredients, etc.?
(If you have any concerns about the product — for example, you want to check that it doesn't conflict with allergies or other dietary restrictions, etc. — please contact us.)