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Who created it? Iwasaki, Keiko (Cookbook writer), author.
What's it called? Japanese soups : 66 nourishing broths, stews and hotpots / Keiko Iwasaki ; English translation by Yukiko Sato.
Who published it? Clarendon, VT : Tuttle Publishing, [2021]
2011 [Japanese]
2020 [English translation]
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Location Call No. Status
 SPANISH RIVER New Nonfiction  641.8130952 Iwa  AVAILABLE
What's it like? 128 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Helpful notes! Translated from the Japanese.
Includes index.
What's in it? Why Japanese soups? -- The 5 benefits of Japanese soups -- The 4 basic rules for making perfect soups. Create umami using dashi stock ; Create flavor using seasonings ; Create depth using aromatics ; Improve taste with ingredient pairings -- Glossary of Japanese ingredients -- Boosting richness & umami -- Fish soups -- Meaty soups -- Vegetable soups -- Quick soups -- Mini hotpot soups -- Main dish soups -- Late-night soups.
What's it about? Soup is an integral part of the traditional Japanese meal-whether a delicate miso soup in a lacquered bowl to be sipped as you eat your rice, or a rich and flavorful broth poured over a noodle dish. In this book, Japanese culinary expert Keiko Iwasaki shares the homemade soup recipes that she makes regularly for her family and friends at home-ranging from filling one-pot meals to light and tasty accompaniments.
Helpful subjects! Soups -- Japan.
Cooking, Japanese.
More people who helped! Sato, Yukiko, translator.
Special numbers! 9784805315897 (hardback)
480531589X (hardback)
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