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You know that whatever you choose will undoubtedly be stellar. Another cool feature is that you order by number.
Orders come out as soon as they are ready. Part of the joy of wagamama is the vibe that you get. And this is absolutely my favorite fast food of all time! From their rice bowls, to their addictive yaki soba, to their dumplings and fresh juices, you just feel good eating here.
First off, you open the book and are treated by a DVD that shows you 30 minutes of cooking techniques so you can go into each recipe with confidence. How nice of them! And it also explains a few tweaks to recipes and such. In the first section, it talks about the wagamama kitchen from the equipment you need, to how to stir-fry properly, how the portions work for the recipes enough for 2 people , how to present the dishes and ways to add extra spice to your meals.
The rest of the chapters are your recipes starting with sauces, dips, and even their top secret wagamama dressing!
Keep it simple! A special note on the final chapter.
At the restaurant they make all of these amazing juice combinations. So if you have a juicer, definitely dive into this chapter! And happily there is a lovely index as well as a list of some useful addresses in the US and Canada to find Oriental ingredients and equipment.
Delicious and helpful!! The ease — I love that they took the recipes from the restaurant and domesticated it a bit. That you work with what you have and the food will turn out amazing! So to me, some of the ingredients and flavors can seem a bit intimidating.
With great instructions, this little bonus to the cookbook is such an amazing addition! From the first bite to the last, it was as if I was back in London sitting at the long table diving in. Chicken Ramen — Chicken ramen is at the top of my must-make list, since wagamama is known for the dish.
Especially with cold and flu weather coming up, this will be a wonderful recipe to have on hand.
Caramelized Sweet Potatoes — Because how on Earth could these be bad?! Any Gyoza recipe — In the past year, my mom, sister and I have become a bit obsessed with potstickers. These dumplings look like a great way to make my own really easily! Salmon Korroke — This Salmon cake recipe sounds like a fancier version of salmon cakes that I used to make as a kid for a quick and easy meal for the family.
They use soba noodles at Wagamama but ramen noodles can also be used.
I believe it was missing something as it did not taste as it does at the restaurant. It just tasted of soy sauce. When you think of Wagamama it is always so flavoursome and full of different ingredients. Even though this dish had many ingredients the soy overpowered everything.
Are there milder soy sauces that you can use? I would use this recipe for many other dishes.
It would work well in a salad. Sadly the broth in the ramen was very plain but I did use a stock I had in rather than the wagamama recipe. The recipes were OK but not near as good as you would have in the restaurant.