Tofu Ryouri: Simple Japanese Tofu Recipes to Cook Healthier at Home [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07J1YVWXJ
- Publication date : October 3, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 273638 KB
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- Print length : 102 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #814,551 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Patrick's blog All Day I Eat Like A Shark regularly features tofu, and in his first e-book, he's collected 30 tofu recipes from around Japan (it's actually a specialized cuisine called tofu ryori and there are entire restaurants devoted to it here). Because most readers will be in the US, Patrick uses ingredients that should be readily available for most people (more specialized preparations like koyadofu and fresh and dried yuba are not called for here).
Beginning with the all-important dashi (Japan's "mother stock"), Patrick guides you step by step through creating cold tofu dishes, salads, warm tofu dishes (miso dengaku, ankakedoufu, karaage, tofu steaks) and main dishes (iridoufu, mapotofu, chikuzennni, tofu hamburger, nikudoufu and gyoza).
Many of the dishes are naturally meat-free and many are vegetarian (or can be made vegan by substituting kombu dashi). I loved that each recipe is clearly marked in the table of contents as vegan, vegetarian, meat-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free. I also loved that the Japanese names are also included.
The mouthwatering photos are a good primer on how to plate / how your final dish should look.
And I loved that there are bonus video recipes as well.
This is a fantastic book for those interested in Japanese cuisine, vegetarians, or anyone looking for a low-cost, delicious way to add more protein to your diet - itadakimasu!
While the cookbook is not solely vegetarian recipes (many include fish broth), there are wonderful recipes for non-vegetarians and vegetarians alike. Enjoy!