Cooking Classics: Japan by Catherina Hosoi

By Catherina Hosoi

Realize the easiest of jap domestic cooking with Cooking Classics Japan. Written in an easy-to-follow layout and observed by means of step by step images, this cookbook will motivate either skilled and budding chefs to whip up scrumptious and real jap foodstuff at domestic. locate vintage dishes reminiscent of Chawanmushi, Cha Soba and Katsu Don along family-favourites akin to Baked Hokkaido-style Salmon, Omurice and Oyster Fritter Donburi during this choice of forty two recipes. Cooking classics is a chain of step by step cookbooks that showcases probably the most renowned and well-loved cuisines of Asia. each one totally illustrated quantity offers and insightful review of the culinary traditions of the rustic, together with the neighborhood cooking types and strategies, as well as a tasty number of forty two actual dishes. Recipes are written with transparent, easy-to-follow directions, and an illustrated word list highlights crucial constituents used

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2 Bring a pot of water to the boil and scald devil’s tongue jelly for 30 seconds. Drain well. Score both sides of the devil’s tongue jelly and cut into cubes. 3 Prepare stock. In a frying pan, bring 250 ml (8 fl oz / 1 cup) dashi stock to the boil. Add mirin and stir well to dissolve. 4 Add mackerel, devil’s tongue jelly and ginger and cook for 2 minutes. 5 Meanwhile, dissolve soy bean paste in the remaining dashi stock. Pour this over fish and devil’s tongue jelly. 6 Make a drop-in lid by folding a sheet of aluminium foil to fit into the pan.

Cooking classics japan cooking classics japan A STEP-BY-STEP COOKBOOK catherina hosoi The publisher wishes to thank Pyrex Metalware, Visions and Ekco 123 for the loan of kitchen utensils used in this book. Designers : Lynn Chin and Darren Tan Photographer : Joshua Tan, Elements By The Box Copyright © 2012 Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Private Limited Published by Marshall Cavendish Cuisine An imprint of Marshall Cavendish International All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner.

Garnish with some nori. Offer noodle dipping sauce and wasabi in a small bowl on the side. 94 rice and noodles japanese noodle soup kitsune udon Literally ‘fox noodles’, kitsune udon is a simple hot noodle soup topped with seasoned soy puffs. The name for this dish came about when village farmers placed deep-fried soy puffs (aburaage) at shrines as offerings and foxes came to eat them at night. For added colour and flavour, fish cake and leek are sometimes added to the soup. Serves 4 Deep-fried soy puffs (aburaage) 4 Frozen udon 4 slabs, each about 200 g (7 oz), thawed Japanese fish cake (kamaboko) ½, thinly sliced Japanese leek (naga negi) ½, thinly sliced Broth Dashi stock (see page 113) 2 litres (64 fl oz / 8 cups) Sugar 1 Tbsp Salt a pinch Sake 2 Tbsp Mirin 2 Tbsp Japanese soy sauce (shoyu) 100–120 ml (3⅓–4 fl oz) Soy puff seasoning Water 400 ml (13½ fl oz) Instant dashi granule 1 tsp Sugar 60 g (2 oz) Salt 2 g Noodle dipping sauce (mentsuyu) (see page 113) 4 Tbsp 1 Start by preparing broth.

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