Celebrated chef shares 100 incredible seafood recipes, using 25 key types of seafood including tuna, mahi-mahi, ehu, opah, sea bass, lobster, squid, & scallops as well as their potential substitutions. Full color illus; 8x10.5 inches, 224 pgs.
Owner of the critically acclaimed Roys restaurants, public television host and celebrated chef Roy Yamaguchi is considered one of todays greatest seafood chefs and has been credited with reinventing Hawaiian cuisine. In Roy's Fish & Seafood, Chef Yamaguchi explains the uses, flavors, cooking qualities, and specific varieties of 25 key types of seafood, including tuna, mahi-mahi, ehu, opah, sea bass, lobster, squid, and scallops as well as their potential substitutions. Chef Yamaguchi has created incredible recipes for each variety of seafood, such as Roys Signature Blackened Ahi with Soy-Mustard Sauce, Crab and Potato-Crusted Ono with Creamed Spinach and Bacon, Pan-Seared Butterfish with Coconut Sauce and Kalua Pork Miso, and Spicy Tempura Shrimp with Mango-Avocado Salad. This collection of delicious recipes and indispensable preparation information will inform and inspire any lover of seafood.
* A full-color cookbook featuring 100 fish and seafood recipes as well as information about each variety of seafood from Hawaiian chef Roy Yamaguchi.
* Chef Yamaguchis cooking show, Hawaii Cooks with Roy Yamaguchi, airs on public television stations nationwide.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
Yamaguchi has helped pioneer a cuisine that combines Hawaiian ingredients and traditional dishes with French, Italian, and Japanese techniques and flavors.
Using salsas, spices, and even pancetta, Yamaguchi puts a multicultural spin on the familiar while honoring Hawaiian flavors. People magazine
Roy Yamaguchi could rightly be called the father of modern East-West cooking.
Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roys restaurant in 1988; today he has more than 30 locations around the world. Trained at the Culinary Institute of America, Roy is one of Hawaiis most celebrated chefs. Roy lives in Honolulu, Hawaii.