Simple, satisfying meals loaded with your favorite vegetables. The fourth volume in Kentaro's Easy Japanese cooking series gives satiating dishes for all the veggie lovers.
Bean/ Winter Vegetable/ Coconut milk and Eggplant
Ceasar/ Basil and Tomato/ Potato and Broccoli/ Tuna and Potato/ Potato/ Cilantro/ Watercress/ Carrot/ Grilled Pepper Marinade/ Turnip and Basil Marinade/ Chinese Celery Marinade/ Zucchini Marinade/ Asparagus and Sardine/ Tofu and Greens/ Anchovies and Egg/ Scallop and Rape Blossom/ Beans and Tomato/ Chicory and Blue Cheese
Yam Steak/ Chicory Saute/ Sesame-Oil and Cabbage/ Sweet Potato Fry/ Onion Omelets/ Grilled Onion/ White Radish in Citrus Sauce/ Spicy Sesame Lotus Root/ Cucumber Garlic/ Spicy Pickled Cucumber/ Pumpkin Saute/ Simmered Pumpkin/ Grilled Mushroom with Cheese/ Mushroom Rice Bowl/ Grilled Mushroom with Red Miso/ Leek Saute/ Egg and Leek/ Simple Stir Fry/ Celery Stir Fry/ Burdock Root Medley/ Potato Medley/ Cauliflower Medley/ Boiled Spinach
Grilled Vegetables/ Gingered Eggplant/ Potato Gratin/ Tomato Stew/ Veggie Pizza/ Garlic and Anchovies Pizza/ Veggie Dumpling/ Veggie Taco/ 6 Treasure Stir Fry/ Veggie Fried Rice/ White Radish Omelet Sandwich/ Tofu Steak/ Lotus Root and Tofu Burger/Spicy vs. Sweet Deep Fried Tofu/ Noodles Salad/ Fried Onion and Noodles/ Easy Cold Soup
SOUP TO WARM THE HEART
Gazpacho/ 3 brothers/ Vegetable/ Watercress/ Scallop and White Radish Cream/ Deep Fried Tofu/ Tofu/ Spicy Veggie/ Green Leaf
Onion and Olive Oil Fettuccine/ Broccoli and Basil Penne/ Tomato Cappellini/ Green Onion Carbonara/ Anchovies and Cabbage Spaghetti/ Green Veggie Cream Pasta.
About the Author
Born in Tokyo in 1972, Kentaro Kobayashi studied art in school, and after Musashino Art School, he started working as an illustrator. His mother--cooking personality and award-winning cookbook author, Katsuyo Kobayashi--is known by millions in Japan for her TV show, "Today's Cooking," and not only challenged, but also proved victorious against Iron Chef Chinese Chen Kenichi in 1994, handily vanquishing him in the "Potato Battle" episode of "IronChef," one of the few female chefs to ever win in Kitchen Stadium.No surprise that Kentaro turned his attention to cooking. Like his mom, he is known for creating fun, easy-to-make recipes--albeit with a more Western flavor--and also has appeared on television, magazines, and radio, becoming popular with the motto "Nice and easy, practical food with style." He is known to have revolutionized Japanese conceptions of good eating. His best-selling cookbooks are all about transforming convenience-store products into attractive hot meals.He frequently incorporates his artistic training working as a chef and illustrator for magazines and book stores, creating logos, and has co-authored works with his mother. To date, Kentaro has authored or co-authored more than 15 cookbooks.