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  • Published: 1 May 2015
  • ISBN: 9780224098908
  • Imprint: Square Peg
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $65.00
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Nanban

Japanese Soul Food




Tim Anderson delivers the punchy flavours of Japanese Soul Food, from ramen to pork belly buns

Former MasterChef winner Tim Anderson delivers the punchy flavours of Japanese Soul Food, from ramen to pork belly buns.
Think of a bowl of ramen overflowing with toppings and texture and flavour, gyoza full of umami and spice, or meltingly soft pork belly buns. Currently exploding on the UK scene by way of street-food, ramen bars and easy-going eateries, this is the antidote to typical Japanese restaurant cuisine.

From the Sasebo Burger to Japanese twists on fried chicken the book is full of unexpected treats. There are chapters on sauces, small dishes, large dishes, grilled items, ramen, desserts and drinks; Tim explains Japanese ingredients, how to get them, and how to substitute if you can’t; and he includes easy recipes for beginners as well as a couple of bigger projects for food geeks.
‘Turns Japanese cuisine on its head’ Stylist

  • Pub date: 1 May 2015
  • ISBN: 9780224098908
  • Imprint: Square Peg
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 256
  • RRP: $65.00
Categories:

About the Author

Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson is a Wisconsin-born chef working in London. Interested in Japanese cuisine from an early age, Anderson went on to study Japanese food history at university, and then to live in Japan on a working holiday for two years. Since then he moved to the UK to be with his wife, and won MasterChef in 2011. He is now the proprietor and executive chef of the Nanban pop-up restaurants.


Praise for Nanban

“The MasterChef winner's new book is sure to delight the senses with bold recipes and unexpected flavours in this alternative take on Japanese cuisine”

Reenat Sinay, Evening Standard

“The book is full of unexpected treats”

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“We love it”

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“A brilliant book full of unexpected treats”

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“Subtle and elegant, who knew a cookbook could be both slick and delicious”

Itâ??s Nice That (Blog)

“Turns Japanese cuisine on its head. Full of unexpected flavours…, it’s packed with innovative recipes for aspiring chefs”

Stylist

“Entertaining, erudite, and with accessible recipes”

Tim Hayward, Financial Times


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