The Pokémon Cookbook: EasyFun Recipes

The Pokémon Cookbook: EasyFun Recipes

Maki Kudo / Sep 16, 2019

The Pok mon Cookbook EasyFun Recipes Fun easy recipes inspired by favorite Pok mon characters Create delicious dishes that look like your favorite Pok mon characters from desserts to pizza with than easy fun recipes Make a Pok ball s

  • Title: The Pokémon Cookbook: EasyFun Recipes
  • Author: Maki Kudo
  • ISBN: 9781421589893
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fun easy recipes inspired by favorite Pok mon characters Create delicious dishes that look like your favorite Pok mon characters from desserts to pizza with than 35 easy, fun recipes Make a Pok ball sushi roll, Pikachu ramen or mashed Meowth potatoes for your next party, weekend activity or powered up lunchbox.

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    1. I just had to have this Pokemon cookbook when it was announced months ago. And now that I read it I love it even more!Not only do we have gorgeous photographs of all the delicious foods (though some look delicious, but in truth aren't food I will be trying due to allergies). There are a whole lot of recipes, varying from lunch to dinner, to desserts and sweets, and much more. I definitely loved that they added such a variety of foods. Not only add one kind, but just add all them, so you can even [...]


    2. Oh! My son was so excited when he saw this book in the library! Now, the recipes:p. 15 - 5 stars - Chocolate Unown Cookie - Very easy to make, if you're an adult. For a 6-year-old it turned out to be challenging, but what a life without challenges? They look better on a picture than in reality, but still very good. p. 71 - 4 stars - Pikachu Sweet Potato - It looks so perfect in the book, but I guess I lack the required motor skills to make it, my pikachus looked more like blobs with questionable [...]


    3. My son loves Pokemon, so he picked this cookbook up at the book fair.The foods are very cute, however for a book that says "The ingredients and recipes in this cookbook have been adjusted so that even children who have never cooked before can try these out" (p. 2), there are an awful lot of ingredients I have never heard of! Presumably, one would need access to Japanese convenience foods to make several of these recipes.Bottom line: fun to look at, not so great to cook from.


    4. This is such a cute book! It's a Japanese cookbook, so it relies heavily on mochi, rice, sushi, nori, eggs, etc. to make the Pokemon shapes. There are plenty of recipes with ingredients Americans will probably have lying around, but I think this book will be best enjoyed after a trip to an Asian grocer. The author does offer suggestions for substitute ingredients, though.I didn't have a chance to make any of these recipes, but the directions are clear and come with lots of visual aids.


    5. The positives? My kids love the characters. The inclusion of Japanese ingredients; such as, yokan, kamaboko, and nori are great exposure to other cultures outside the US.The negatives? Cooking time varies. Construction time varies. Skill for the DIY varies. Would've been great to know what's to be expected before diving in.


    6. SO cute. The majority of the recipes feature 'lesser' known Pokemon if you are not familiar with Pokemon. Although most of the recipes are more traditional Japanese entrees there were a couple that I'd be interested in trying out. As a pasta lover I must say I loved the Magikarp pasta ;)


    7. My kids are unfortunately very picky eaters and there were not many recipes in this book that my children would eat. The creations were very impressive but not something we would make in our house


    8. Cute and adorable recipes!!!! Even though I’m an adult now, I still have the heart of a Pokémon trainer~


    9. As both a fan of Pokémon and a writer of cookbooks, I simply could not pass up this title. The author displays great creativity with the use of ingredients, as evidenced by the beautiful photographs placed all throughout the book. While the ingredients used to make the pokémon are filling and healthy, a lot of them are rare and difficullt to find, especially for those who live outside of Japan. Though the book is geared more toward children, some of the recipes are very involved and require co [...]


    10. sooooo cutenot sure about some of the foods - but the presentations are super adorable. I really want the Pikachu Pocket Monsters thermos, Pikachu plates, and Tupperware-ish containers pictured - how many times can I say how cute all of this is?


    11. I don't know how I feel about this one really. The recipes do look like the Pokemon shown, the problem is that I really only recognize the first generation ones and there aren't many of them represented here. There are also a bunch of recipes for sushi or things wrapped in eggs which doesn't sound super exciting to me. Overall the recipes seem easy to follow and I think if you were a bigger Pokemon fan they could be really exciting to make, especially for kids.


    12. Unfortunately this cookbook was just ok. Nothing really special about this book. Some of the items were really cute but overall very underwhelming. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review.


    13. I love it, because it's exactly what I was looking for: Japanese recipes for bento boxes and beyond featuring Pokemon I'm familiar with.Most Americans will not find some of these recipes appealing, and most 90's kids will not recognize the new Pokemon. However, about a third or so of the recipes are only of Pikachu anyway.There are American substitutes for the Japanese ingredients, and there are a lot of healthy options (a good way to get kids to eat their vegetables!)It invites children into th [...]


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