All these ingredients and you can't seem to decide what to do? Need some inspiration? Check out our recommended e-books. You can buy them all on Amazon with a click of a button. You can order the hard copy as well, but then you would have to wait a bit longer for it to arrive and it is a lot pricier. You can read e-books on most tablets or by using the Amazon online reader. 

Click on the red title, anyone can read a sample of a book with just one click – no need to sign in or install an app. After reading you can buy it with one click and read it on your tablet or PC. 

Japanese cookbooks

 From everyday staples like miso soup to takeout favorites like sushi, ramen, and beyond, Japanese food has long been enjoyed the world over. Now, with the Japanese Cookbook for Beginners, the incredible tastes and unique techniques of Japanese cooking can be mastered in your own kitchen with ease.

This cookbook is a collection of the most popular recipes shared on Namiko Chen's blog, Just One Cookbook, over the past three years. It includes classic Japanese recipes like chawanmushi, gyudon and kitsune udon, as well as modern favorites like California rolls and green tea ice cream. Enjoy!

New York Times Bestseller! Cooking a wide variety of Japanese meals doesn't have to require a lot of effort, multiple cookbooks, and guesswork. Here's the key to making delicious Japanese food at home tonight.

Dumplings are surprisingly easy to make once you learn a few basic techniques. Step-by-step instructions, photos, and helpful tips show you how to wrap dumplings like the "Gyoza King," Paradise Yamamoto, himself—even if it's your first try.

When it was first published, Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art changed the way the culinary world viewed Japanese cooking, moving it from obscure ethnic food to haute cuisine. When he originally wrote Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art, Shizuo Tsuji, a scholar who trained under famous European chefs, was so careful and precise in his descriptions of the cuisine and its vital philosophies, and so thoughtful in his choice of dishes and recipes, that his words—and the dishes they help produce—are as fresh today as when they were first written.

Chinese cookbooks

The long-awaited cookbook from an iconic New York restaurant, revealing never-before-published recipes

Now you can capture the flavors of Chinatown in your own kitchen. This Chinese cookbook makes it quick and easy to prepare Chinese takeout favorites at home with beginner-friendly recipes that anyone can master.

Fuchsia Dunlop trained as a chef at China's leading cooking school and is internationally renowned for her delicious recipes and brilliant writing about Chinese food. Every Grain of Rice is inspired by the healthy and vibrant home cooking of southern China, in which meat and fish are enjoyed in moderation, but vegetables play the starring role.

Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Ordering Chinese takeout is easy—but it’s definitely not the healthiest or most affordable way to enjoy Chinese comfort food at home. With this simple cookbook in your kitchen and a mighty wok in your hand, Chinese favorites are now quicker, healthier, and cheaper than delivery.

A comprehensive, contemporary portrait of China's culinary landscape and the geography and history that has shaped it, with more than 300 recipes. Vaulting from ancient taverns near the Yangtze River to banquet halls in modern Taipei, All Under Heaven is the first cookbook in English to examine all 35 cuisines of China. 

Korean cookbooks

In Korean Home Cooking, Sohui Kim shares the authentic Korean flavors found in the dishes at her restaurant and the recipes from her family. Sohui is well-regarded for her sense of sohnmat, a Korean phrase that roughly translates to “taste of the hand,” or an ease and agility with making food taste delicious.

Learn deliciously authentic Korean cooking, from traditional Korean favorites to modern recipes including Seoul-Style fusion.