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The Sushi Lover's Cookbook: Easy-to-Prepare Sushi for Every Occasion by Yumi Umemura, includes Japanese recipes like Basic Sushi Rice; Ceviche Sushi Rice; Pork Cutlet Tonkatsu Sushi; and Prosciutto and Roasted Pepper Sushi Rice.
by Yumi Umemura
People who are fanatic about their sushi will find much to love in The Sushi Lover's Cookbook, a wonderful collection of traditional sushi recipes, such as Inside-Out Rolls, Nigiri Sushi, Hand Rolls, Inari Sushi—as well as exciting new recipes with international flair, like Thai Shrimp Sushi Parcels, Taco Sushi and Korean Kimchi Sushi Rolls.
In an accessible and friendly tone, Japanese'cooking expert Yumi Umemura leads you through 85 easy recipes combining sushi rice—the key to authentic sushi—with ingredients that range from time-honored favorites to more recently popular ingredients such as avocados and smoked salmon. Many recipes reflect sushi's worldwide popularity—incorporating the diverse tastes of Thai fish sauce or French ratatouille and atypical (and yes, cooked!) sushi ingredients such as roast beef, chicken or sun-dried tomatoes.
Whether you're making the classic thick rolls or thin rolls, or experimenting with one of the author's fun and easy-to-make sushi inventions such as ball or pizza sushi, you will enjoy using and being inspired by The Sushi Lover's Cookbook.
Yumi Umemura is an expert chef in a variety of foods and is the author or translator of a number of cookbooks. She teaches cooking and creative table-setting in Tokyo and around the world. She has demonstrated recipes on Japanese television and is a frequent contributor to several Japanese publications.
Noboru Murata has had a career of more than thirty years as an advertising photographer. His publications include The Japanese House, Japan Style and Japanese Gardens, all published by Tuttle Publishing.
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This page created August 2009