Otsumami: Japanese small bites & appetizers: Over 70 recipes to enjoy with drinks
The Japanese term given to snacks and simple dishes, is Otsumami, while “Tsumamu” means to eat something with your fingers or chopsticks! This style of eating is common at izakaya bars, pubs, and at house parties in Japan. Within Ikeda's latest book, you'll find popular ingredients such as dashi, ponzu, miso, soy, teriyaki, and more! These ingredients make an appearance in a myriad of ways including dips, pickles, salads, gyoza and tempura, sushi and sashimi, plus beautifully presented meat, fish, vegetarian, and vegan plates. She also included a basic guide to Japanese beverages, and deliciously inventive cocktail recipes to go with each mouthwatering morsel! Discover the delicious world of over 70 Japanese small bites and appetizers with Otsumami.
About Atsuko Ikeda
Atsuko is a Japanese chef, teacher, and photographer. In her classes you can learn how make all her family's favorites along with the art of sushi making. Her passion lies with helping the home cook learn just how easy making authentic Japanese cuisine really is! This is her third cookbook.
"Ideal for anyone looking to mix up their entertaining repertoire" - Sheerluxe.com
"Filled with lovely imagery and approachable recipes geared toward bringing friends together for drinks and nibbles" - Eat Your Books