The Wagamama Cookbook

September 21, 2019 - Comment

This official collection of recipes shares the secret of the hallmark culinary minimalism that has won it instant cult status worldwide. The distinctive Wagamama flavour originates from the traditional 200-year-old ramen (noodle) shops of Japan which guarantee nourishment with ingredients that cleanse and nurture the mind and body. Suitable for meat-eaters, seafood lovers and vegetarians

This official collection of recipes shares the secret of the hallmark culinary minimalism that has won it instant cult status worldwide. The distinctive Wagamama flavour originates from the traditional 200-year-old ramen (noodle) shops of Japan which guarantee nourishment with ingredients that cleanse and nurture the mind and body. Suitable for meat-eaters, seafood lovers and vegetarians alike, the 120 recipes have been specially created by the people behind Wagamama’s unique house style and concentrate on cooking fresh, quality ingredients in a way that retains maximum flavour and nutrition. With mouth-watering recipes for appetisers and side dishes, hearty soups and stir-fries and exotic sweet-rice desserts and juices, plus hints and tips on ingredients, equipment, cooking techniques and structuring a meal this unique collection means that the stylish Wagamama experience is now yours to take home. Whether you want to impress the health-conscious dinner guest or simply feed family and friends good, wholesome meals, this book allows you to recreate the best of Japanese cooking with a selection of delicious, low-fat, one-pot meals which are easy on your time and budget as well as your waistline. A beautiful gift idea for every foodie, but also a beautiful idea for a little something for yourself, to spice up your kitchen ritual. This cookbook has 192 pages and measures: 25.5 x 20.5 x 1.5cm.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Terribly organized wonderful book I’ve been cooking about 3-4 meals a week out of this for nearly two months now. The recipes are wonderful.The index is terrible (very few references to ingredients so hard to cook by main ingredient etc.), so is the ordering of meals (i.e. why are all ramen’s not together, like on a menu?) and the general lack of pictures and presentation ideas is annoying.Probably was never intended to be cooked out of and just used as a coffee table book? With time I will probably rip…

Anonymous says:

Tasty and easy Wagamama recipes, but may not include all your favourites! The book itself is well laid out and clear. Good use of pictures/text as well makes it clear what ‘some’ (but not all) finished products looked like. As others have commented upon, the recipes are easy to follow. However, as I found be mindful of the following when considering whether to buy this book:1) This book was that the book was originally published in 2004. As such, your much loved Wagamama recipe may have not existed then – check the preview before purchasing2)…

Anonymous says:

Delicious Great book. Made chilli beef ramen that tastes almost as good as the real thing! Great for me, but bad for Wagamama ‘s profits as I can just stay home now! Nicely layed out and good quality too.

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