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Excel Japanese Cooking: Get into the Art of Japanese Cooking

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Excel Japanese Cooking: Get into the Art of Japanese Cooking

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66 pagine
51 minuti
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Jan 13, 2017
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9781370629909
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LEARN THE CULINARY ART OF JAPANESE COOKING

Konnichiwa!

Japan - what a beautiful country filled with rich history, extraordinary culture, and most of all, exotic food.

If you have ever eaten at a Japanese restaurant, you know just how exquisite the food is. The displays, the flavors, the textures – all like a fresh burst from heaven!

Experiencing Japanese cuisine is not merely another dining experience. It’s a journey, a lifestyle, and something that you never forget.

How would you like to create that experience for yourself at home? Whenever you are looking for a new way to cook for your family, why not give Japanese cooking a try?

Now you can with "Excel Japanese Cooking," which will give you all the tools and information to get started today. It won’t be long before you’re whipping up delicious dishes that you never thought you could make!

Here's a sample taste of what you'll get:

- Japanese Dining Culture and Etiquette. Knowing these will help you when you are eating out at a Japanese restaurant as well as when you are cooking.

- Craftsmanship for Japanese Chefs. There are many specialized kitchen essentials needed for the Japanese chefs that will be covered.

- Essential Breakfast Basis. The healthy Japanese version of breakfast that will get you going. Plus, the one most complicated recipe not for the faint of heart.

- Follow-up Lunch Basis. The heartier follow-up meal to the lighter breakfast that will fill you up and energize you to keep going throughout the day.

- Transition Dinner Basis. The guilt-free side of Japanese cuisine where the items are more varied and appetizing for dinner to end the long day.

...and that's just for starters.

As you can see, this is not only some list of Japanese recipes thrown together. It’s a whole introduction to Japanese cuisine and culture. You’ll learn all sorts of things that you never knew before to be well-rounded in the art of Japanese culinary.

Whether you are interested in getting into Japanese cooking or you want to impress your friends and family with an impressive meal, "Excel Japanese Cooking" is for you!

Itadakimasu!

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Pubblicato:
Jan 13, 2017
ISBN:
9781370629909
Formato:
Libro

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In the world of fine-dine cooking, it's an art you can now exclusively make at home. Be your own master chef. For more great culinary craftsmanship, be sure to visit us at http://www.excelcooking.com.

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Excel Japanese Cooking - Excel Cooking

Welcome to...

Excel Japanese Cooking

Get into the Art of Japanese Cooking

Excel Cooking

Copyright 2016

Smashwords Edition

It is impermissible to reproduce any part of this book without prior consent. All violations will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. While attempts have been made to verify the information contained within this publication, neither the author nor the publisher assumes any responsibility for errors, omissions, interpretation or usage of the subject matter herein. This publication contains the opinions and ideas of its author and is intended for informational purpose only. The author and publisher shall in no event be held liable for any loss or other damages incurred from the usage of this publication.

"What would you like to order?"

OPENING

STARTERS

I. Freshness at Its Finest

II. The Ways of the Japanese

III. Respectful Japanese Dining Terms and Customs

IV. Craftsmanship Made for the Japanese Chef

BREAKFASTS

V. Essential Basis

VI. White Rice

VII. Miso Soup

VIII. Breakfast Fruits

IX. Natto

X. Green Tea

LUNCHES

XI. Follow-up Basis

XII. Beef Sukiyaki

XIII. Curry Rice

XIV. Gyoza

XV. Bento Boxes/Onigiri

DINNERS

XVI. Transition Basis

XVII. Sushi

XVIII. Ramen

XIX. Unagi Don

XX. Tempura (Shrimp)

GUEST CHECK

XXI. Honorary Japanese Culinary Graduation

XXII. Departing Assignments

XXIII. Final Test - Natto

CLOSING

OPENING

Yes, we're open! Please come on in.

Greetings, we would like to welcome you to Excel Cooking.

Now this might not be what you expect like most cookbooks out there because (naturally) there is no way we can cover every dish under the sun.

Our approach is not to overwhelm you with choices, but rather give you the finest options available to choose from to get your feet wet. Don't be surprised if they're not the most common food items that you think of since we're going for a more authentic route.

These recipes were specifically chosen for a reason to give you real hands-on experience.

Each cuisine requires different cooking techniques and method, and the goal is for you to build that foundation to the point where you can customize and tweak the selections however you like for more intricate fancy dishes.

More importantly, rather than simply know how to cook, it's about understanding the cultural practice and the handling of the food itself to really excel in this particular area of cooking.

We recommend that you at least attempt all the dishes (if you can).

Enjoy your meal!

STARTERS

I. Freshness at Its Finest

Ah, Japan! Home of the great mountain ranges – Mount Fuji, Mount Haku, Mount Tate, and the mountains that make up the Japanese Alps

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    I’ve enjoyed this Japanese cookbook. There are tons of helpful tricks and I could learn a lot about Japanese cooking. I’ve made two recipes out of the book and everything came out tasting very good. The author knows what they are doing when it comes to putting together Japanese cuisine. Each recipe was described in detail so you have an idea of what you are aiming to make, and the author does a good job in explaining what certain ingredients are and the best substitutions if the ingredient is not easily accessible. The cooking instructions are simple so they are not too hard to recreate. If you live near an Asian Supermarket, you will not have any trouble finding the ingredients in this book.

    The book goes over basic tips which are helpful even to seasoned cooks who aren’t too familiar with Japanese cooking techniques. My suggestion would be to write a list of the specialty ingredients used out the book so that you can stock your pantry ahead of time. Overall, this is an informative and practical cookbook for anyone who wants to eat authentic Japanese food at home and choosing this book is a good choice. If you really want to eat and learn Japanese food, you wouldn’t need to look at others until you master this one. I look forward to making more recipes out of this book.

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