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If you're looking for a good basic introduction to Japanese cooking, this is the book for you. Its 30 recipes are enough to provide the amateur cook with a nice variety of Japanese dishes. Most of the ingredients for these dishes are readily available in supermarkets. The others can be found in just about any Asian market. The cooking directions are really easy to follow and relatively simple. You can make any of these dishes without having to slave away in the kitchen for hours.
The cookbook is divided into three categories of recipes:
Finally we get to see and learn a bit about Pakistani author/chef/entrepreneur Hashim Farooqi - and with his handsome looks and style it is difficult to understand why he is still single! In addition to enjoying life and managing he publication of cookbooks by various authors, Hashim is also a trained Kindle Publishing Professional and Internet Marketer for the last 6 years.
In this very enjoyable and useful book we learn the secrets of Japanese cuisine, each excellent recipe is not only presented by a careful choice of ingredients but by complete instructions on how to make the dish and to finish off the experience there is a color photograph of the finished dish you may expect to mimic! The books is divided into sections: JAPANESE APPETIZER MEALS - Delicious Sushi Poppers, Japanese Style Fried Chicken, Japanese Karage Tofu, Japanese Fried Rice, Japanese Meat and Potato Korokke, Japanese Grilled Zucchini, Chicken Yakitori Skewers, Avocado With Tofu, Asparagus With Wasabi-Mayonnaise Dip, Tamago Yaki (Sushi Omelette); JAPANESE MAIN DISH MEALS - Tasty Chicken Katsu, Japanese Crispy Chicken, Teriyaki Pork Stir Fry, Seared Tuna With Japanese Salsa, Honey Ginger Teriyaki Salmon, Quick And Easy Teriyaki Meatballs, Japanese Eggplant (Aubergine) Saute, Wasabi Seared Tuna Salad, Delicious Japanese Shrimp, Japanese-Style Hamburgers; JAPANESE SALAD MEALS - Japanese Cucumber Salad, Japanese Creamy Sesame Salad Dressing, Japanese Ginger Salad Dressing, Japanese Broccoli Salad, Japanese Noodle and Cucumber Salad, Japanese Crispy Tofu Salad, Soba Noodle Salad With Flank Steak, Japanese Style Miso Eggplant, Japanese Cold Pork Shabu Shabu, and Japanese Avocado Sushi Salad. And if those recipes don't tempt you, your appetite just died!
Have fun with Hashim, learn some new ways to eat, and try these tasty recipes on any appreciative audience. Grady Harp, September 14