Item description for Sushi (Quick & Easy) by Andreas Furtmayr...
The idea of these bite-sized delicacies comes from Japan. Classic sushi combines raw fish with rice and is eaten cold. Preparing sushi can be easy even for Westerners. Once the basic principles are understood, one can improvise with new fusion ideas (providing only the freshest fish is used). Sushi meals are great for large groups and intimate two-person occasions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 9, 2004
Publisher Silverback Books
ISBN 1930603223 ISBN13 9781930603226
Reviews - What do customers think about Sushi (Quick & Easy)?
It really is quick and easy Mar 13, 2008
I've only tried a couple of recipes, but so far they have been better than most of my local sushi joints. Allow yourself a little extra time the first couple of go 'rounds, if you are not familiar with making sushi or sushi rolls. However, if you are interested in this book, you don't mind the journey of becoming a better cook.
Sushi for beginners Sep 25, 2003
There really isn't anything bad you can write about this book. There's a short history of sushi, a primer showing you the condiments which come with sushi and how to eat it. In the rest of the book, the author shows you how to roll your own. The author shows you how to make the classical nigiri sushi (raw seafood on top of rice), maki sushi (sushi rolls), ura maki sushi (sushi rolls with the rice on the outside) and temaki sushi which looks like an ice cream cone. There are pictures which show how to present the different types of sushi. The author also suggests other ingredients which can be used such as duck breast. This book is a good value for the money, and there really isn't anything bad I can write about it.
Good book but.... Jan 18, 2003
This is a nice little book and has a couple of real gems in it. However it has only 64 pages and not the 795 shown in the description. Looks like there's been a little confusion with the price...