Noodles are definitely a huge part of the Japanese cuisine. in Japan, everywhere you turn there’s almost always a noodle joint of some sort. Served piping hot or chilled, plain or with a whole gamut of toppings; in soups, stir-fried or dipped – it’s no wonder that the Japanese love their noodles! It’s not just delicious but it’s also quite versatile.
25 Healthy Easy Bento Box Lunchbox RecipesDo you love Japanese food? Have you ever wanted to prepare you own delicious bento box recipes? What if you had an easy to use bento cookbook that could help you create scrumptious bento box recipes? This cookbook features 25 easy, healthy Japanese recipes that can be incorporated to make meals for your bento box lunchbox.
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Japanese food is about so much more than sushi. It's a whole new level of varieties that many people are unaware of. Japanese food is known for 2 things; 1) its deliciousness and 2) its super healthy.
Eating Japanese noodle and sushi dishes has become increasingly trendy thanks to the low-fat content, healthy nutrition and quick and ease of buying them when in a rush.
But many people have avoided trying to replicate restaurant or noodle bar recipe at home, fearing sushi to be some kind of mysterious art, or thinking most of the ingredients would not be readily available.
However, with the health benefits of using fresh fish and vegetables and virtually no fat thanks to the steaming cooking technique, Japanese-style recipes add a great extra to any Western kitchen.
There is no requirement to buy specialist equipment other than perhaps a nice donabe pot so that you and your family can take part in the traditional Japanese hot pot meal sharing evenings.
Most of the ingredients are readily available in either the larger supermarkets or a specialist Asian supermarket which you will find on the high street in the biggest towns, so cooking Japanese is now no longer a mystery but a possibility!
Look no further. in this book we have researched and found the best of the most traditional Japanese recipes for you to try out at home, from sushi to noodles and rice bowls.
If you want to learn how to create simple and nutritious Japanese meals, then look no further than this book.
inside You Will Learn:
once you learn the techniques of Japanese cooking you will be amazed at the dishes you can make.
Don’t wait another minute. Read the recipes and take your pick for amazing Japanese cooking in your own home.
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This cookbook is a heartfelt and fascinating tribute to the food, traditions, and courage of the people of Japan’s Tohoku region before and after the devastation of the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. It features traditional recipes such as Miso-Seared Scallops, Pinched-Noodle Soup with Pork, Salmon-Stuffed Kelp Rolls, and basics like rice, stocks, and sauces, along with sake pairings and essays on Japan in recovery from journalists and food writers.
Kibō was written by Japanese culinary authority Elizabeth andoh, who was in her Tokyo kitchen when the Great Eastern-Japan Earthquake struck. Over the following months she witnessed the strength of the people of the Tohoku region—one of the largest miso- and sake-producing areas in Japan—as they struggled with the effects of the resulting tsunami and nuclear accident. She was inspired to write Kibō (meaning “brimming with hope”) to not only tell the story of the food of the Tohoku region but also to document the experiences of its people, both before and after the disaster. This lushly photographed original eBook will honor the region and its rich culture on the first anniversary of the earthquake, with a portion of the proceeds going to Japanese recovery efforts.