Spinach Empanadas

Empanadas are a delicious stuffed corn tortilla that is usually fried. The origin of this dish is debated to come from Asia and Europe during the medieval era. Eventually crossing the Americas with the Spanish conquistadores, and implemented into daily cuisine. They used to be a handy meal for farmers because they were easy to make and could usually hold a lot of ingredients. Making empanadas a hearty and filling meal for the tired farmer.

Workshop Details

This menu is a a fusion of old and new! In this workshop we will make Japanese spinach infused corn empanadas stuffed with roasted garlic, maitake mushrooms, and coriander. Topped off with a fresh simple guacamole, and green salsa. The workshop is 1 hour and 30 minutes. Corn masa can be purchase prior to workshop through here or add the masa on the form below. Fee includes recipe and a maximum of two attendees. Prior to the lesson I will send a guide of ingredients to prepare and where to find them in Japan.


  • Spinach infused corn masa.
  • Green Salsa – jalapenos, herbs, and spices.
  • Roasted garlic, coriander, and maitake mushroom mix.
  • Simple Guacamole.


Virtual Workshop: 4,400円 maximum 2 attendees.

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