Venezuelan Arepas with Beef
My husband is Venezuelan, and I've learned how to make his favorite dish: arepas. They are corn flour patties that you fill with your favorite combinations of ingredients such as avocado, cheese, beef, plantains and black beans. Our arepas are fried, the way my husband's mother makes them, although they can also be grilled or baked.
Your meal includes:
-An appetizer of homemade guacamole and chips
-As many arepas as you can eat (usually 2-3), filled with your choice of:
avocado or guacamole
fried "plantains" (fried bananas)
-A green salad with cilantro-lime vinaigrette and fresh vegetables.
-Traditional juice, such as mango, guava or papaya.
-Dessert of tres leches cake and coffee or tea.
***Please note that this is not a cooking class, but I can demonstrate how to make some parts of the meal, if you would like!***
Alyssa is a wonderful,respectable person. She is a talented chef,and gives us a good time. Everything was just delicious!
We really had a wonderful time :)
Thank you so much Alyssa!!
You can taste and enjoy making and eating Venezuelan meals and drinks and dessert with professional COOK Alyssa! She is really into cooking and she even holds her Cooking class. She is not just good at cooking meals, we had 10 Hikers but we all enjoyed the mealtime with her. She is so prepared for the event that she even prepared hand-made Tablecloth!
As for Arepas, there are several ingredients you can put. You can choose your favorite toppings. You can make your own and the taste is up to you!
The room was located near Meguro River and we enjoyed cherry blossom later as wellJ
Thank you for having us Alyssa!
Thanks for wonderful time!
Im so impressed about hand-made cooking,up to juice,dressing!
Arepas is also tasty:)
and, Alyssa and his friends,family are heart-warming and friendly.
We are nervous a little,but everyone is so kind.
I wanna visit and eat her meal again!!Thank you very much.
We visited Alyssa home, with " 5 mamas & 5 babies" group...that was wonderful and so happy time for us.
In japan, it is very difficult to go a nice restaurant with babies.So, in her home, eating hot and tasty Venezuelan Arepas, we were deeply touched by Alyssa's kindness(and Kich Hike).
Her husband made our Arepas, too, and, entertained our little ones, with DVD and so many Jokes!
Now, every mama wants to repeat going her home.
I recommend to mamas having babies Alyssa's KitchHike.
And,one more, Alyssa and her husband's communication, like sometimes wink, saying "sweet honey" to each other, was very touched too.
As there is no good Venezuelan restaurant in Tokyo (as far as I know), this is the very right place to have authentic arepas in the city. The COOK, Alyssa & her husband (+ his colleague) welcomed 7 of us with friendly smile, and we felt like being invited to our friends' home. I would like to visit Alyssa's place again as she is a good cook and her Italian menu looks great as well. I was also impressed by her table setting.
Alyssa and her husband, and family invited us warmly.
They are very gentle and warm heart person.
And cooking is great!
Especially Arepas are my favorite.
It looks like donuts,cute design. Cut open and put cheese, chicken,avocado and so on.
It's like "temaki-zushi",happy dish!
I would like to visit again♡
Thank you so much for wonderful lunch.
I really love her cooking and have visited several times when I would like to eat Venezuelan food.
Alyssa is friendly and smile always, the sparkling guava juice is great and the food is really tasty. For we can eat something while she is cooking, she made delicious muffins before we arrived. Arepas is a good food for eating with more than one person. We realy enjoyed Venezuelan cooking with Alyssa.
Thoroughly recommend you visit Tokyo.
Thank you Alyssa!
Alyssa is so heart-warming woman and very good at Cooking! Because of no Venezuelan restaurant in Tokyo, It's my first time to try Venezuelan Alepas and it's wonderfully delicious! If you haven't tried this one yet, should go now and enjoy it.
Big thanks to Alyssa!
Alyssa is the warm person that a smile is wonderful!!Venezuelan dish of the first experience was very delicious.It is the dish which matches a Japanese.
I ate happily☆
I want to eat together once again.
Thank you Alyssa:)
I am an American food writer, cookbook author, cooking instructor, food stylist and blogger living in Tokyo. I find joy in sharing things that I make with others (especially food), and I love to cook comforting, nourishing food made with seasonal ingredients.
Venezuelan arepas are my most popular meal. Read more about them here and watch a video (in Japanese): http://www.huffingtonpost.jp/kitchhike/venezuela_b_6176046.html
I speak: SOME Japanese, French and Italian. Fluent English. My husband speaks fluent Spanish and more Japanese than I; he will be present for some meals.
We live: in a Western-style apartment in central Tokyo, easily accessible by the convenient train system (Yamanote Line).
I accept reservations for up to 7 people, Monday-Friday for lunch or dinner.
5/27 (水) 18:00 ~ 20:00
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