Japanese Cooking Made Simple: A Japanese Cookbook with Authentic Recipes for Ramen, Bento, Sushi & More

Japanese Cooking Made Simple: A Japanese Cookbook with Authentic Recipes for Ramen, Bento, Sushi & More

By Salinas Press

  • Release Date : 2014-06-18
  • Genre : Regional & Ethnic
  • FIle Size : 4.88 MB
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Japanese Cooking Made Simple: A Japanese Cookbook with Authentic Recipes for Ramen, Bento, Sushi & More NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Cooking a wide variety of Japanese meals doesn't have to require a lot of effort, multiple cookbooks, and guesswork. Here's the key to making delicious Japanese food at home tonight.

People love Japanese cuisine, but very few prepare it themselves. Japanese Cooking Made Simple provides the basic techniques and recipes that unlock your ability to prepare delicious, authentic Japanese meals to enjoy with friends and family at home - without requiring significant investments in time and money to do so.

Japanese Cooking Made Simple contains more than 100 easy-to-follow authentic Japanese recipes with ingredients you can find in your local grocery store. Sushi and bento boxes will become part of your weeknight meals, as will Ramen with Braised Pork Belly, Tempura Soba, Fried Tofu in Broth, California Rolls, Pan-Broiled Salmon with Scallions, Chicken Yakitori, and Green Tea Ice Cream. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations will have you preparing sushi, including norimaki and temaki, with ease. Color photos help you put a beautiful Japanese dish on the plate.

In Japanese Cooking Made Simple, Salinas Press has once again created a cookbook that provides home chefs not only with a wide variety of delicious recipes to choose from, but also the simple tools to make it easy.

Reviews

  • Where are the pictures?!?!

    1
    By RonStark
    If anything, Japanese culture, is reflected in its cuisine. This book makes that point several times. So how would a beginner know how to present or plate a dish without seeing it. If anything this book needs at least one picture for each dish and lots more to demonstrate cuts, prep and color. This book is a disgrace to good communication. How is a reader supposed to know? Be honest, publisher/distributor. Tell the buyer book has few photos.
  • Japanese Cooking Made Simple

    4
    By headwriter
    If you haven’t done any Japanese cooking because you thought it might be difficult and you’re not sure where to start, look no further. Japanese Cooking Made Simple unveils any secrets you might have thought existed. The book is a comprehensive guide to mastering the art of Japanese cooking with easy to understand methods of preparation and suggestions for making your entire dining experience fun and special.
  • Bento, Sushi, Tofu, and More!

    4
    By Jacobs_
    These recipes become rich experiences with the history and detail provided in this book. Plan in advance and beware foods only last about a day if stored. List of places to obtain cooking tools and materials included. I wish there were more pictures. Beautifully published book! This book was gifted to me for a review.
  • Amazingly simple recipes for an amazingly delicious Japanese meal!

    5
    By shreyas.baba
    I am an ardent foodie and love to try different cuisines all the time! I always thought Japanese cooking is really hard and hence whenever we had a craving for Japanese food, we just went out to a restaurant or ordered food in. I got this book as a gift from a friend recently and totally loved it! The book starts in great detail about terminologies of Japanese food and even touches upon fine nuances like tools and tableware appropriate for this cuisine. It delves deeper into various unique combinations of proteins and sauces, serving up some really exotic recipes. For all those who thought Japanese food is all about sushi, this one is an eye-opener. There are so many different types of rice, noodles, and so many ways of cooking them. I even tried a few recipes like Shrimp Tempura and Tofu with Mushroom sauce and both turned out great! Chicken Yakitori and Steamed Green Tea cakes are next on my list. I totally adore the way in which each step in the recipe has been detailed making it so much easier ansd simpler for beginners like me! Happy Cooking!
  • Title true to content

    5
    By CassandraSmith__05
    What a great book! I love the design of it, the cover and feel, the amazing full paged photographs. The simple and detailed pictures give you a sample of how the end product should be, no wonder I wanted to try so many of the recipes! I created the fried-rice omelet and added chicken, a simple meal that you can whip up in a jiffy! I also tried the pan-broiled salmon with scallions, overall I liked the flavor but I didn't like the peanut oil...but that's my preference. Great book to try your hand at Japanese cooking, it's just as the title reads!
  • Savor light tangy flavor to contemporary table

    5
    By Terese1Remarks
    A cookbook with 60 minutes or less meals from proficient chefs that delight in fermented light to natural, sweet to tangy flavors offer ramen, bento and sushi for any repast. Each decadent ingredient for hot pot, fish, poultry, rice, noodles and garnishes are delighted upon with photographs for each archaic flavor to contemporary table.
  • Authentic!

    5
    By Mdal7
    I was so excited to find this book! After living in Japan, I've realized how difficult it is to find authentic dishes here in the US. This book delivers a nice blend between these traditional meals and Western-inspired dishes. I wish more pictures were included, but otherwise I am very happy with the purchase.
  • Great Ideas

    5
    By Theresa20142
    Japanese Cooking Made Simple worked well for me in the kitchen.I love Japanese food but have little experience cooking it. I have read dozens of cookbooks and it is difficult to find books that make complex meals seem easy. My favorite recipe was for the Spicy Scallop Temaki, but I also enjoyed the Shrimp and Kiwifruit Nigiri. Both took me about 20 minutes to prepare, but they tasted amazing. The book went through and taught me the basics, like how to make Japanese Mayonnaise and Sushi Rice. I also learned a lot about how to buy seafood and how to look for the sustainability logo. I think my cooking has improved quite a bit since I started reading this simple cookbook. I'd highly recommend it to anyone looking to make tasty Japanese food in their own kitchen.
  • As Simple As It Will Get

    4
    By Crispus_Attacks
    While the recipes within Japanese Cooking Made Simple are uncomplicated, there is a certain amount of mental commitment required to cook Japanese. The book does a good job of making this process manageable, and highlights the flavors, elegance and health benefits of Japanese cuisine. However, more visuals would have improved the book. Disclosure: I received this book at no charge.
  • A great overview on Japanese cooking

    5
    By Sara Crawford
    If you enjoy Japanese restaurants and want to try cooking your own Japanese food, this book is for you. I was a beginner to Japanese cooking when I picked up this book, and the recipes are easy and simple to follow. It also gives the reader a lot of useful and helpful information on Japanese food in general at the beginning. I would definitely recommend this book!

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