Asian Pickles: Japan: Recipes for Japanese Sweet, Sour, Salty, Cured, and Fermented Tsukemono

By Karen Solomon

A DIY advisor to creating the salty, candy, tangy, and occasionally highly spiced pickles of Japan, that includes sixteen recipes for standard tsukemono in addition to new favorites with leading edge constituents and techniques.

For Asian nutrients aficionados and preservers and picklers searching for new frontiers, the average standout is Japan's varied array of pickled items and cutting edge style pairings that wow the palate. In Asian Pickles: Japan, revered cookbook writer and culinary undertaking maven Karen Solomon introduces readers to the original elements utilized in jap pickle-making, comparable to koji rice, fermented rice bran, shiso leaf, miso, soy sauce, and various different strategies past the fundamental vinegar brine. And for the amateur pickler, Solomon additionally incorporates a significant array of fast pickles with easily-accessible parts. that includes the main sought-after eastern pickle recipes--including Pickled Ginger, Umeboshi, and more--plus appealing images, Asian Pickles: Japan can help you discover a brand new holding horizon with fail-proof directions and extra resources.

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