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This unique cookbook includes 21 recipes including Japanese classics, fusions, haute cuisine and more. From Braised Black Cod to Miso Ramen to Japanese Tai Snapper Taco, you'll get a great selection of recipes. Your donation will also get you a free membership with KeepRecipes, the "iTunes for Recipes". Donate now!

Recipe Highlights

Table of Contents

RECIPE CHEF SOURCE
(cookbook, restaurant or website)
  1. Braised Black Cod
Masaharu Morimoto
Morimoto
  2. Tofu Cheesecake with Coffee Infused Maple Syrup
Masaharu Morimoto Morimoto
  3. Tuna Pizza with Anchovy Aioli
Masaharu Morimoto Morimoto
  4. Angry Chicken
Masaharu Morimoto Morimoto
  5. Trio of Steamer Clams
Anita Lo
Annisa, NYC
  6. Shredded Sweetfish on Chilled Chawan Mushi with Uni
Anita Lo
Annisa, NYC
  7. Wakame Soup with Snow Peas and Ginger
Mayumi Nishimura
Mayumi's Kitchen
  8. Sea Bass with Green Lentils, Fresh Corn, and Parsley
Mayumi Nishimura Mayumi's Kitchen
  9. Udon Salad with Seitan and Sweet Mustard Sauce
Mayumi Nishimura
Mayumi's Kitchen
10. Japanese Tai Snapper Taco
Marc Spitzer
BONDST, NYC
11. Baked Mushroom-Sesame Balls
Mark Bittman
The Food Matters
12. Japanese-Spice Roasted Beets
Mark Bittman
The Food Matters
13. Edamame Shiso Salad
Eric Gower The Breakaway Cook
14. Miso Orange Roasted Chicken
Eric Gower The Breakaway Cook
15. Tofu Custard with Ume Vinegar and Matcha Salt
Eric Gower The Breakaway Cook
16. Umeboshi Scallops
Eric Gower The Breakaway Cook
17. Mashed Ginger Sweet Potatoes
Eric Gower
Breakawaycook.com
18. Miso-glazed Salmon
Kenji Lopez-Alt
SeriousEats.com
19. Miso Ramen
Kenji Lopez-Alt SeriousEats.com
20. Oyako Don
Amanda Hesser & Merrill Stubbs
Food52.com
21. Hot Smoked Salmon, Soba and Asian Greens Salad
Amanda Hesser & Merrill Stubbs Food52.com


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