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See details for additional description. The cookbook happens to be the best cookbook out there for Japanese foods. First, the format is easy to read, come on people it's in manga form. To better understand the recipes, the book contains colored pages of the dishes featured on the book. Because of it's in Manga form, the recipes have illustrations so no mistakes can be made.
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Aside from illustrations, it also features an "additional notes" column about the certain recipe. The book gives information on how many calories each particular dish has. This is a great, cute book. It has tons of pictures and shows every step. You are never confused about anything.
It has lots of traditional Japanese recipes and the characters are really cute. This is just a fun book to read, even better to cook with.
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It even has more than recipes! It shows you some bento suggestions and even how to use chop sticks. I love managa and cooking, if you do too, this is a perfect book for you!
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The Manga Cookbook is a must have for any Anime or Manga fan. Well worth it. I brought this cookbook because I love Anime and the food on the shows looks good. I like the Manga Cookbook because the directions are easy to follow and they use some humor throughout.
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This cookbook is good for the beginner and even more experienced cooks will learn as well. I saw this book in a Japanese store that sold a lot of manga, anime, etc.
So I got her this book, that shows you how to make all of the common foods you see in them She loved the book and has made a few of the recipes in it A great little cook book for any anime and manga enthusiast. Easy to follow instructions are fun and great for kids to raise their enthusiasm at meal times.
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Add to cart. Make Offer. Condition is Brand New. Each recipe starts with a list of ingredients and then there are a series of manga illustrations and diagrams to show how to prepare the recipe. You will learn to prepare items including Onigiri rice balls , Oshinko pickles , Miso Soup , Tonkatsu fried pork cutlet , Karaage Japanese-style fried chicken , Teriyaki sauce, Okonomiyaki Japanese-style pizza , and Anko Paste sweet red bean paste.
There are plenty of delicious and varied choices, many of the same items you will find at any Japanese restaurant.
I think the directions are very easy to understand and it should be simple for even novice cooks to make many of the recipes. The illustrations certainly are a benefit and the manga-format is fun. The most difficult thing might be finding some of the Japanese ingredients. Though most of the ingredients are fairly common, there are a few which might be tougher to find like adzuki beans and shiratamako.
I know that the Boston area has several such markets where the ingredients can be found. Plus, even many large supermarkets are now carrying some Japanese ingredients. My biggest complaint about this book is that it is not long enough. Though the recipes cover plenty of ground, there are plenty more recipes they could have added.
But the recipes in this book will still keep you busy for many weeks.
go Don't be fooled by the cover and think this book is for children only. For any cook seeking to learn the basics of Japanese cuisine, this should be an easy and fun introduction. I give it my recommendation and look forward to creating some of the dishes, especially the Onigiri as the latest Oishinbo whetted my appetite for rice balls. Labels: Book reviews , cooking , japanese. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home.