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Nanban: Japanese Soul Food by Tim Anderson

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  • Japanese fried chicken (Kara-age)

    • KarinaFrancis on August 06, 2017

      The marinade gave it a good flavour and the potato flour made for a very crunchy coating. I think I will try another recipe before I decide on a go-to kara-age

  • Curry rice gratin (Yaki-curry)

    • lizbot2000 on July 08, 2017

      Really delicious and relatively quick and easy to make. The chocolate and banana add a certain something to the regular curry sauce, though you can't really taste either on their own. Makes a huge amount of super filling food, so have freezer space ready.

  • Chicken hot pot (Mizutaki)

    • meggan on September 19, 2018

      Fun and easy. I just poached the chicken in box stock and then boiled all the veg in the broth.

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  • ISBN 10 0553459856
  • ISBN 13 9780553459852
  • Published Apr 26 2016
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Clarkson Potter

Publishers Text

Ramen, gyoza, fried chicken, udon, pork belly buns, and other boldly flavored, stick-to-your ribs dishes comprise Southern Japanese soul food. The antidote to typical refined restaurant fare, this hearty comfort food has become popular in the US as street food and in ramen bars. In a unique package that includes a cool exposed binding, Nanban brings home cooks the best of these crave-inducing treats. From pungent kimchi to three types of Japanese fried chicken, and with a primer on Japanese ingredients and substitutions, Nanban is the perfect cookbook for any lover of Asian food.

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