Many people are intimidated at the idea of cooking Japanese food at home. But in JapanEasy, Tim Anderson reveals that many Japanese recipes require no specialist ingredients at all, and can in fact be whipped up with products found at your local grocery store.
In fact, there are only seven essential ingredients required for the whole book: soy sauce, mirin, rice vinegar, dashi, sake, miso, and rice. You don't need any special equipment, either. No sushi mat? No problem -- use just plastic wrap and a dishtowel!
JapanEasy is designed to be an introduction to the world of Japanese cooking via some of its most accessible (but authentic) dishes.
If you are looking for fun, simple, relatively quick yet delicious Japanese dishes that you can actually make on a regular basis – the search stops here.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 224 Pages
Dimensions: 24cm x 19cm
Author: Tim Anderson
Publisher: Hardie Grant London
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