We’ll make Butaman, Japanese steamed pork buns from scratch.
Butaman is delicious, fluffy, soft buns filled with juicy meat and vegetable filling.
This is originally dish from China.
Actually, the name ”Nikuman” maybe more famous than Butaman for overseas guests who have ever been to Japan because the Tokyo area’s people call it Nikuman.
But We call it ” Butaman ” in the Osaka area and its flavor is a little different.
Butaman is more soy sauce and sweeter than Nikuman.
There is a famous Butaman shop which was born in Osaka, the name is Horai 551.
We Osaka people love Butaman made in here.
This is a kind of soul food for Osaka people as the same as Takoyaki.
We’ll make Butaman with a recipe that is as close as possible to the same taste of Horai 551.
It is usual that you enjoy it with dipping sauce and karashi mustard when you eat Nikuman, but you enjoy it with only karashi mustard when you eat Butaman because Butaman has stronger flavor than Nikuman.
Great for all generations and very handy when you feel hungry if you make a lot at the same time and keep some of them in the freezer.
We hope that those who have been Japan, and those who haven’t would enjoy Osaka specialty.
The general steps are below,
1) Make Butaman dough
2) Make Butaman fillings
3) Wrap the fillings with dough
4) Steam them
１hours and half
Groups of seven or more get a 10% discount.
More than 2 people up to 10 people
Over 12 years old
This experience is great for team-building and great for a group because you can share a nice time as well as a delicious dish.
$300 for one group
※Up to 10 screens
Contact us before booking.
① 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM(JST）
②12:00 PM to 13:30 PM(JST)
③18:00 PM to 19:30 PM(JST)
Please check your time here.
※JST=UTC/GMT +9 hours
Feel free to inquire about your suitable time if you cannot join the above time.
Needed ingredient & equipment
Flour (All-purpose or 8 to 10% protein contents), Water, Milk, Starch, Yeast, Baking powder, Lard or Vegetable oil, Ground pork, Onion, Salt, Shaoxing sake or White wine, Soy sauce, Oyster sauce (or Miso paste & sugar), White pepper, Sesame oil
Scale, Measuring cups, Tablespoon, Teaspoon, Bowl, Wax paper
Cutting board, Kitchen knife, Rubber Spatula. Steamer
The internetwork is needed, PC is recommended
Prepare all ingredients and equipment by yourself.
I’ll send you the account to enter our class and the recipe for this workshop after payment.
Feel free to contact us anytime if you have any questions.