Kochfreunde.com is the culinary magazine of Oliver Wagner. Here, everything revolves around the almost most beautiful thing in the world: good food. The focus ranges from reports on exciting restaurants to recipes from his own kitchen, cookbooks and culinary gadgets.


Kochfreunde.com ist das kulinarisches Magazin von Oliver Wagner. Hier dreht sich alles rund um die beinahe schönste Sache der Welt: Gutes Essen. Dabei reicht der Fokus von Berichten über spannende Restaurants bis hin zu Rezepten aus der eigenen Küche, Kochbücher und kulinarische Gadgets.

Miso – The taste revolution

Miso is on everyone’s lips! The spicy paste has made it from Japanese cuisine to cooking pots all over the world and has since opened up entirely new taste horizons. Claudia Zaltenbach reveals in her first and already award-winning cookbook what you can do with miso and why not only hearty dishes go well with this wonderful spice.

Claudia Zaltenbach has been sharing her discoveries of near and far countries, people and recipes for many years on her award-winning food and travel blog “Dinner um Acht“. On her culinary trips, the blogger discovered miso for herself and was surprised to discover how versatile the paste can be: Tomato soup with miso? Brownies with miso? Actually, there’s nothing that a little miso wouldn’t make even better! In her first book, she therefore now gives it the stage it deserves.

Claudia Zaltenbach’s recipes offer the best cross-over cuisine with influences from the Caribbean, the North, the Mediterranean, but also traditionally familiar and, of course, impressions from Asian cuisine, the origin of miso paste. With the versatile creations, the blogger manages to prove what flavor potential lies in the different miso variants. In addition to her own creations, Claudia Zaltenbach’s cookbook also includes interviews and great guest recipes from Tanja Grandits, Lucki Maurer, Tohru Nakamura and Kudo Chiori. Ultimate umami flavor guaranteed!

To learn all about the production of miso, Claudia Zaltenbach traveled to the production sites and came back with a lot of exciting information, which she now shares in exciting travelogues and refined recipes in “Miso”. Those who want to make the paste themselves will also find it here: Although miso originates from Asia, it is not only produced in Japan and Korea, but also in the domestic kitchen.

“Miso” is a successful book debut, which has already been named Best Book in Germany in the category “Japan” by the Gourmet Award 2018 and “The Best Cookbook on a Product 2017” by the food blog Kaisergranat.

Miso: recipes – culture – people

The important basic work about recipes, culture and people. Told with a lot of passion. Great!

Hardcover edition: 216 pages
Publisher: Hädecke (09. October 2017)

Price: € 29,00

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