Japanese Homestyle Cooking

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Japan Publications Trading Company, Nov 15, 1998 - Cooking - 160 pages
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A comprehensive, fully illustrated cookbook of popular Japanese recipes Japanese Homestyle Cooking makes use of each season's most plentiful ingredients for preparing delicious meals. Including over 135 recipes, this comprehensive cookbook brings the most popular meals in Japanese homes to your home.

The menu variety is stunning, with foods that are simmered, broiled, pan-fried, deep-fried, steamed, and dressed with vinegar. Recipes include Sashimi, one-pot meals, rice, noodles, soups and more. Since Japanese cuisine is world renowned for using healthful ingredients it is no surprise that the dishes featured here are ideal for health-conscious and weight-conscious consumers.

All dishes are beautifully photographed in color and include fully illustrated, easy-to-follow directions. A special feature provides an illustrated listing of common Japanese utensils with directions for their proper use. Japanese Homestyle Cooking is the best reference you'll find for making delicious, healthy Japanese meals everyday.

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User Review  - Cathy Shapiro - Goodreads

An excellent primer for anyone who wants to delve deeper into Japanese cuisine. Big, beautiful photographs of everything from cutting techniques to identifying the ingredients. You will need to find ... Read full review

About the author (1998)


TOKIKO SUZUKI was born in Hachinohe city in Aomori prefecture. Through appearances on TV, she has gained a great reputation for her cooking. She is frequently featured in magazines and lectures widely. Her innovative style of Japanese cooking is rich in seasonal feeling. Introduced in this book is the essence of Japanese cuisine, intended especially for the novice cook.

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