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Fun & Fancy Sushi [Anglais] [Broché]

Seiko Ogawa , Ine Mizuno , Kazuhiko Nagai


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A fun alternative to formal sushi. 3 novembre 2000
Par Soggyinseattle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I recently bought Fun & Fancy Sushi after I discovered that I am sensitive to wheat products, much like an allergy.
Fun & Fancy Sushi offers easy alternatives to the sushi one usually finds at a sushi bar in a Japanese restaurant. If the thought of eating raw fish is worrisome, this is the book for you, because with the exception of fish roe, the ingredients are either vegetable, cooked fish or meat. Many of the sushi recipes offered are balls of rice (the Japanese equivalent to sandwiches) with various flavorings added. In addition, there are recipes for more elaborate and colorful sushi for parties.
Along with the recipes, the authors include tips on how to properly cook in a rice cooker, as well as historical information and regional variations. The numerous color photos on almost every page are enticing and helpful.
My only warning is that this book is probably best for those who have tried to cook Asian food before, since there are a few things left out, like what kind of rice to use. For instance, Uncle Ben's rice will not do, you'll need to use either the cal-rose rice or jasmine rice for these recipes to work. Also, if you do not have access to an Asian market, and you lack some creativity, you might be puzzled by some (not all) of the recipes. I've given it rating of 5 stars because I've looked at a number of similar books, and this one is the best I've seen. It gives traditional and modern recipes without being too outlandish (one book I saw had a recipe for Nutella sushi).
Overall, it's a good cookbook and it will provide you with some healthful alternatives to a grilled cheese sandwich, as well as some fun additions to your party that will amaze your friends.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy to understand and a sushi book worth owning! 30 décembre 2008
Par Dennis A. Amith (kndy) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
There are many sushi preparation books in the market and there are simple books that are effective in detailing the steps and preparations specifically for the beginner and then there are some that may have good photography of the sushi but not really beginner-friendly steps on preparation.

So, I was definitely willing to see how "FUN & FANCY SUSHI" compares to other sushi books. With Seiko Ogawa, Ine Mizuno and 2-time winner of the "All Japan Professional Sushi Contest" (courtesy of TV Tokyo), was definitely interested to see how the three would prepare their book.

The book is broken down to the following chapters and in those chapters a good number of recipes of different types of sushi.

1. NEW WAVES OF ONIGIRI (RICE BALLS): Make Onigiri more appetizing - Canape style Onigiri, Substancial rice and side dish (Side-dish Onigiri) and variations with Tempura
2. TRADITIONAL ONIGIRI: Rice mixed with a variety of ingredients, Accompaniements to Onigiri for Lunch Boxes
3. NIGIRI-ZUSHI (Squeezed Sushi): How to make Nigiri-zushi, Gunkan-Maki (Battleship Wrap), Variations of Nigiri-Zushi, Mini-nigiri and Animal-Nigiri
4. FANCY ONIGIRI: Four variations of Inari-Zushi
5. COOKED ONIGIRI: Toasting, Deep-Frying, Steaming, Boiling
6. FANCY MAKI ZUSHI: Basic fancy Maki-Zushi, Fancy Maki-Zushi Calendar
7. ONIGIRI STORIES - History of sushi, nutritional value and more

Right off the bat, this book definitely has a good presentation with its overall layout and introducing the various types of sushi. Many don't have all the pictures, nor do they go into detail. As you can see from the image above on "Canape-style Onigiri", the writers not only feature the pictures of the Onigiri but also showcase what is inside it and overall method of preparing the different types of Onigiri.

It's very important to sushi preparation book where you can see the visuals of the sushi. Not paired with other sushi but separately and also showing you what is inside and giving you a clear idea of what you may want to make.

So, that's one positive about this book that it's detailed by showcasing the various types of sushi.

The next positive that I give to this book is in the actual recipe and preparation. Like most cookbooks, you get the step-by-step instructions but "FUN & FANCY SUSHI" also displays the actual preparation while things are getting mixed, cooking in a pan, etc. These photos are a nice touch to the full color photos of the sushi that is presented.

For example, the chapter on tempura. The writers showcase a basic onigiri with tempura but then show a picture of the prawns and salt being sprinkled. Then beating the egg with cold water and flour and then dry patting the prawn and putting it into the pan and then making a rice ball. These are not just copies of text, there is an accompanied photograph and this is very important for the beginner.

One chapter even goes as far as showing how to make rice, washing out the rice and when it's ready. So, that's what I mean by user-friendly. Really simple steps that the beginners need to know and fortunately, the writers include that. Many sushi cookbooks don't go that far into detail on the basics but this is another positive for this sushi preparation book.

Another chapter is "nigiri-zushi", this is the type of sushi that you would most likely find at a restaurant (pre-prepared). This book shows step-by-step with the actual hands of how much rice is in a hand and then how the fingers are used to flatten the prawn or shellfish right on top of the rice. Again, very simple!

And for maki-zushi fans (rolled up sushi), the same goes with this chapter on pictures showing how each step is made.

"FUN & FANCY SUSHI" is actually a very well-done sushi preparation book and targeted towards beginners and intermediate sushi makers. The step-by-step photography and it's simple communication towards the beginner is what makes this book shine.

Not only does the book go into basic sushi but a few delicious and advance style of sushi as well but again, the instructions are concise, straightforward and beginners will be able to understand it. Again, there are photos with each step to help the beginner along the way.

As a person who owns a few sushi cookbooks, "FUN & FANCY SUSHI" is probably the best sushi preparation book I have seen targeted towards the beginner. I've spent money on quite a few sushi books that don't have photos for it's step-by-step instructions. Just the usual high-res photo of the end product and how it should look like and next to it, a verbose instruction that sometimes goes over my head.

So, I was definitely pleased with this book. A lot of positives reasons to buy this book for anyone interested in making sushi and many different types of sushi as well. Highly recommended!
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Simple and Fun book 26 avril 2000
Par Michelle E. Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book is really simple in terms of teaching you about the art of sushi. In addition to that, it has some really fun things that you can make. I had never thought of sushi as an art until I saw this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Creative fun ways to make sushi! 18 avril 2002
Par creativedawn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Great sushi cookbook with photos for every recipe! Lots of creative sushi ideas for holidays & other special occasions. Colorful rice & decorating ideas can be used for tasty meals or snacks. There are also recipes for other foods that can accompany sushi. One of my favorite desert items was "Deep Fried Sesame Dumplings" is often served in asian restaurants.
One thing missing from this cookbook is the recipe for "sakura-denbu" (mashed & seasoned fish) which if you have the "Sushi For Parties" book it's called "Oboro" on page 25. If you don't have that cook book here's the recipe:
Oboro Ingredients: 7 oz (200g) ground white flesh fish, 1 tbsp sugar, 2 tbsp sake, dash red food coloring. Directions: Wrap ground fish in a cloth & wash in water using a squeezing action. Change water twice & get rid of fat. Squeeze out excess water & grind in a mortar. Add food coloring dissolved in sake & sugar, grind so that the color becomes uniform. Transfer to a saucepan & cook over low heat. Mix well with chopsticks until fluffy. Spread on a tray & let cool.
I highly recommend this cookbook! It's well worth adding to your cookbook collection. Your family & friends will enjoy all the fun sushi you can make! :)
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful colorful cookbook 7 novembre 2008
Par R. Kwong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I got this cookbook for my girlfriend and myself since we are into making sushi and onigiri. It has a great number for variations on the later, with some very very cool sushi rolls. Wanna do a panda face? A flower? They have some very detailed pictures (verbal instructions just don't work) as to how you fold each set of ingredients into forming the "picture" in the rolls. A great book for inspiring "roll-your-own-sushi-night". A great buy, and I actually got a second book shortly after for my girlfriend to give to one of her friends whom also loves to make rice balls and sushi.
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