Let’s Cooking: Japanese Cooking at Home, Vol 1

$19.99

Whether you’re a cunning cook or a culinary klutz, make Let’s Cooking: Japanese Cooking at Home your go-to guide on the basics of Japanese cuisine. Let’s Cooking teaches you how to cook real Japanese food using ingredients you can really find, and with simple instructions you can really follow. What are you waiting for? Let’s Cooking!

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From familiar spinach gomaae and agedashi tofu to lesser-known dishes like okonomiyaki, nizakana, and kanten desserts, Let’s Cooking teaches you how to cook real Japanese food using ingredients you can really find, using simple instructions you can really follow.

Let’s Cooking has recipes that feature:

  • a full-colour photo for every recipe
  • clearly written, user-tested instructions
  • step by step instructions with quick reference steps in bold
  • tips on cooking techniques
  • suggestions and photos of recipe variations

as well as special sections devoted to:

  • key ingredients
  • cooking techniques
  • meal-planning

Let’s Cooking will introduce you to Japanese cuisine in a way that is accessible, easy to use, and best of all, delicious.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s Cooking!

Book Details:

  • 104 full-colour pages
  • soft cover
  • 8″ x 9.5″ landscape format

Additional Information

Weight 0.34 kg
Dimensions 24.5 x 20 x 1 cm
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1 review for Let’s Cooking: Japanese Cooking at Home, Vol 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Just received the book and I love the layout photos, the easy to follow and very informative text and recipes. And what a delight to see that you autographed it for me! Best of all, my first foray into the kitchen using the book was a success and better than my previous efforts using a different recipe book because of the extra hints and suggestions about ingredients and their treatment and cooking times which Hana included. I may not have made my wife the best bacon and eggs for breakfast when we first met over 46 years ago, but the family joke now is that every weekend I am rated on them both out on a scale of 10 and now I get 10 virtually every time. Hana, your Mom’s compliment about you making the best scrambled eggs may have got you started, but your book has got me started making Japanese dishes. I have been to Japan four times so far (my spiritual home) and now I can begin to make decent Japanese dishes. Domo arigato gozaimass Defhlefsen-san!!

    • :

      Brian, what a lovely comment to receive! Thank you so much! I hope you keep on making more and more Japanese food, and enjoying it every time. 🙂 Thanks for such lovely feedback.

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