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Easy Japanese Cooking: Noodle Comfort [Anglais] [Broché]

Kentaro Kobayashi

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Easy Japanese Cooking: Noodle Comfort features a collection of more than 50 delicious, easy-to-make noodle recipes. There is also a section of side dishes and dessert recipes to accompany your noodle entrees. Categories and recipes include:

Chinese Noodle Dishes:
Basic Noodles / Cold Noodles / Sesame and Chicken / Cold Basic Noodles / Minced Pork and Cucumber / Thai Noodles / Tofu and Kudzu Sauce / Ramen Noodles / Chicken Soba

Udon Soba (Wheat Noodle, Buckwheat Noodle) Dishes:
Curry Udon / Curry Soba / Healthy Vegetable Soba / Plain Noodles / Cold Noodles with a Warm Sauce / Duck Meat and Noodles / Miso Noodles / Stewed Noodles / Miso Pork Noodles

Fried Soba Dishes:
Ham and Bean Sprout Soba / Kudzu Sauce and Fried Soba / Ham and Omelet Fried Soba / Crunchy Soba

Rice Vermicelli, Vietnam Noodle, Cold Noodle Dishes:
Fried Vermicelli / Vietnam style chicken and Noodles/ Korean Cold Noodles

For the Love of Noodles, Do It Right!:
Roast Pork and Noodles / Fried Rice Cakes and Udon / Shrimp Tempura Noodles / Handmade Noodles / Potato Gnocchi / Simmered Dough Balls and Noodles

Pasta Dishes:
Vongole Bianco / Seafood Marinara and Linguine / Carbonara / Mushroom Fettuccine / Ricotta, Egg and Tomato Spaghetti / Meat and Spinach Linguine / Crab and Cabbage Fettuccine / Potato and Basil Spaghetti / Chilled Eggplant and Anchovies Angel Hair / Spinach Lasagna / Penne Crème Gratin

Thin Wheat Noodle Dishes:
Oyster / Noodle Jumble / Fresh Water Clam Cream Noodles / Simple Noodles / Onion and Okra Noodles / Cold Soumen Noodles / Coconut Milk Curry Asian Noodles / Pork and Sesame Noodles / Korean Soumen

Small Side Dishes and Desserts:
Japanese White Radish and Soy Sauce / Cabbage and Miso Mayonnaise / Grilled Eggplant and Spicy Oyster Sauce / Pickled Vegetable / Fried Eggs / Deep Fried Bean Curd / Celery and Red Pepper Marine / Scallop Carpaccio / Fruit Tomato and Cheese / Milk Jelly / Strawberry Yogurt Jelly / Lemon Syrup and Tea Jelly

Biographie de l'auteur

Born in Tokyo in 1972, Kentaro Kobayashi studied art in school, and after Musashino Art School, he started working as an illustrator. His mother--cooking personality and award-winning cookbook author, Katsuyo Kobayashi--is known by millions in Japan for her TV show, Today's Cooking, and not only challenged, but also proved victorious against Iron Chef Chinese Chen Kenichi in 1994, handily vanquishing him in the "Potato Battle" episode of IronChef, one of the few female chefs to ever win in Kitchen Stadium.

No surprise that Kentaro turned his attention to cooking. Like his mom, he is known for creating fun, easy-to-make recipes--albeit with a more Western flavor--and also has appeared on television, magazines, and radio, becoming popular with the motto "Nice and easy, practical food with style." He is known to have revolutionized Japanese conceptions of good eating. His best-selling cookbooks are all about transforming convenience-store products
into attractive hot meals.

He frequently incorporates his artistic training working as a chef and illustrator for magazines and book stores, creating logos, and has co-authored works with his mother. To date, Kentaro has authored or co-authored more than 15 cookbooks.

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Amazon.com: 4.1 étoiles sur 5  10 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An ideal addition to their multi-cultural and ethnic cuisine cookbook collections 15 juillet 2009
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Every culture's culinary traditions include the concept of 'comfort foods', dishes that are as psychologically beneficial as they are easy to prepare and tasty. Beautifully illustrated, "Easy Japanese Cooking: Noodle Comfort" features more than fifty 'user friendly' recipes compiled by Kentaro Kobayashi that showcase Japanese 'comfort cuisine'. With their ingredient lists and step-by-step preparation instructions, the recipes range from Pan Fried Chicken Soba; Spicy Meat Tan Tan Noodles; and Fedelini with Crab and Cabbage; to Kiyamugi with Pork and Sesame Sauce; Dumpling Soup; and Yakisoba with Ham. Ideal for homemakers wanting to culturally enrich their family meals, "Easy Japanese Cooking: Noodle Comfort" is an ideal addition to their multi-cultural and ethnic cuisine cookbook collections.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Noodlicious 23 février 2010
Par J. Dwonch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I rate this book as a 4 Star, only because I was hoping to learn more about crafting homemade Japanese style Udon soups. In spite of a lack of Udon recipes, I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of different noodle dishes from other Asian countries.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pretty decent variety 17 septembre 2010
Par S. Hood - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book hits on an array of noodle based dishes (including some very familiar western based dishes). Overall, all are pretty yummy and leave you with a number of good ideas on where to go with the various noodle types presented.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent companion to Donburi Mania 6 janvier 2014
Par Dan Bergevin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have Kentaro's other book, Donburi Mania, and use that one a lot more due to my preference for rice dishes. However, the noodle dishes I try from this book are excellent and make some of my favorite summertime foods. One dish I make, hot and cold somen with pan-fried steak, is an offshoot of a Bibim Guksu recipe featured here. It is one of my favorite dishes for hot days.

Like Donburi Mania, this book is short and therefore limited, so don't expect to master Japanese cooking with it. But you will learn how to make simple noodle dishes using both unconventional and standard Japanese ingredients. You will learn how to make fast and cheap dishes that taste great, and learn some fundamentals you can apply to your own creations.

This book also pairs well with a standard Japanese cuisine reference, such as Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art. Getting a book on food pairings isn't a bad idea either (The Flavor Bible works great, as do the works of Michael Ruhlman).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book showcases what Japanese do with noodles 27 octobre 2013
Par Musashi&Koyama - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This series is called Easy Japanese Cooking and that's exactly what it is. It's easy and guess what, it's what Japanese cooks at homes or eats out every day. Yes, Japanese eat Italian, French, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, etc along with Japanese..... Kentaro highlighted some of the more common and well loved ways of eating noodles in Japan and he did this in a way it's easy to understand.

I tried many recipes in this book and they are all great. It appears that Kentaro picked recipes depending on noodles available in the US. Not the noodles only found in Japan such as houtou, etc.

Did you know that Japanese have been eating their version of spaghetti often found in Italian-American homes and restaurants? They call it Napolitan and Kentaro shows a well-loved version of it in this book. I love pasta from the authentic Italian to simple Italian-American version too. But, I also love the Japanese version which became vogue in 1950's.

I highly recommend this book.
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