donderdag 28 november 2013

Nobu Miami: The Party Cookbook - Nobu Matsuhisa (Boek)

Liven up your next party or intimate dinner for two with appetizers from the chefs at Nobu Miami that showcase Nobu's signature style of blending Japanese, Peruvian and Cuban influences to create unique and visually stunning dishes. Try your hand making the appetizers below (click the images for the recipies). Each recipe features simple instructions and easy-to-find ingredients that keep American tastes in mind.

From Publishers Weekly
Duck sushi, foie gras croquettes with yuzu marmalade, octopus carpaccio—such elaborate yet playful creations from Nobu Matsuhisa's Miami outpost would fit in at any trendy party. Matsuhisa and his Miami executive chef, Buckley, offer this thoughtful interplay of cuisines, with Latin American ingredients incorporated into Japanese dishes and vice versa, all executed with Buckley's European precision but infused with the colorful, fun approach that always inspires chefs in Miami. Chapters divide the book into finger foods, such as stuffed cucumber and sliders made with Kobe beef and daikon radish buns; larger dishes for luncheons and dinners (amped-up fish and chips; spicy marinated grilled short ribs); and, of course, an array of exotic desserts like banana harumaki with dulce de leche. Overall, most recipes have relatively few steps, but preparation methods and the multitude of unusual ingredients required are likely to daunt home cooks without a big budget and a kitchen full of assistants. Still, this gloriously photographed book will attract readers interested in the genesis of these dishes and ways to think about their flavors. (Nov.)
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