Easy Sushi

Easy Sushi

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With clean, fresh flavors and great good looks, sushi has never been so popular. It is delicious as a light meal or as part of a more substantial Japanese dinner and makes perfect party food. The term sushi comes from sumeshi, meaning vinegared rice, a vital part of all sushi dishes. In Easy Sushi Japanese food writer Emi Kazuko shows you how to cook the rice perfectly and how to make simple rolled sushi using classic ingredients such as cucumber, tuna, or salmon. Once you have mastered the easy ones you can explore more adventurous variations, using easy-to-find ingredients. If you thought making sushi was strictly for the professionals, Easy Sushi will amaze you. With Emi's simple-to-prepare recipes.
Publisher: New York : Ryland Peters & Small, 2000
ISBN: 9781841721057
1841721050
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. ; 20 cm

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May 25, 2014

Great book for the beginner sushi chef!

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