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Feast on delicacies unique to the Earth Kingdom, Water Tribe, Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation with the Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook. From the shores of Kyoshi Island to the crowded streets of Ba Sing Se, this official cookbook collects signature dishes from all four nations, like vegetarian plates of the Air Nomads, fiery entrees from the Fire Nation, s Feast on delicacies unique to the Earth Kingdom, Water Tribe, Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation with the Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook. From the shores of Kyoshi Island to the crowded streets of Ba Sing Se, this official cookbook collects signature dishes from all four nations, like vegetarian plates of the Air Nomads, fiery entrees from the Fire Nation, seafood from the North and South Poles, and delectable cuisine from the Earth Kingdom. Featuring enticing color photography, step-by-step instructions, and tips for adapting dishes to specific diets, this book includes sixty authentic food and beverage recipes inspired by the beloved series. Enjoy this diverse compendium of delicacies from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender.


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Feast on delicacies unique to the Earth Kingdom, Water Tribe, Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation with the Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook. From the shores of Kyoshi Island to the crowded streets of Ba Sing Se, this official cookbook collects signature dishes from all four nations, like vegetarian plates of the Air Nomads, fiery entrees from the Fire Nation, s Feast on delicacies unique to the Earth Kingdom, Water Tribe, Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation with the Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook. From the shores of Kyoshi Island to the crowded streets of Ba Sing Se, this official cookbook collects signature dishes from all four nations, like vegetarian plates of the Air Nomads, fiery entrees from the Fire Nation, seafood from the North and South Poles, and delectable cuisine from the Earth Kingdom. Featuring enticing color photography, step-by-step instructions, and tips for adapting dishes to specific diets, this book includes sixty authentic food and beverage recipes inspired by the beloved series. Enjoy this diverse compendium of delicacies from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

30 review for Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Official Cookbook: Recipes from the Four Nations

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Oh, this is just PERFECT for any of you Avatar: The Last Airbender lovers out there! When I put this book on hold at my library, my husband and I were curious about what recipes they would put in it. Surely they would have Cactus Juice (“It’s the quenchiest!”) and SOMETHING with cabbage in it. (“My cabbages!!!!”) When the book finally went on hold for me, it did not disappoint. Turns out there is more than just one recipe that includes cabbage, and Cactus Juice IS one of the recipes! 😂 😂😂 And th Oh, this is just PERFECT for any of you Avatar: The Last Airbender lovers out there! When I put this book on hold at my library, my husband and I were curious about what recipes they would put in it. Surely they would have Cactus Juice (“It’s the quenchiest!”) and SOMETHING with cabbage in it. (“My cabbages!!!!”) When the book finally went on hold for me, it did not disappoint. Turns out there is more than just one recipe that includes cabbage, and Cactus Juice IS one of the recipes! 😂 😂😂 And there are dozens of other great ones from the TV series as well! Monk Gyatso’s Fruit Pies, Momo’s Moon Peaches, Stewed Sea Prune Soup, Avatar Day Unfried Dough, Flaming Fire Flakes, Fresh Ginseng Tea (compliments of Uncle Iroh), and SO many others! They are all divided into 5 sections: Air Nomads, Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, The Jasmine Dragon Tea Shop, and Fire Nation. There are also pictures of the characters on almost every page as well as commentary on every recipe from Aang, Zuko, Katara, Sokka, Toph, Iroh, and many other characters. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes! ** JUST SO YOU KNOW…. These recipes are not for the faint of heart. They are NOT recipes kids can make. They are INVOLVED and include ingredients you will probably need to go to your local Asian market for. Besides that little fact, it looks like an awesome cookbook! Flameo, Hotman!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessie

    I'm going to state a few things to begin. The first: I understand that the ingredients listed are not easily accessible for you. However, the dishes in this cookbook are based on different cultures and regions where the ingredients are more common and easily accessible. If you would like, the internet usually has a multitude of sites you can use that teach you how to supplement these ingredients (or, often times, they are ingredients you could leave out). In addition, Amazon, as much as I dislik I'm going to state a few things to begin. The first: I understand that the ingredients listed are not easily accessible for you. However, the dishes in this cookbook are based on different cultures and regions where the ingredients are more common and easily accessible. If you would like, the internet usually has a multitude of sites you can use that teach you how to supplement these ingredients (or, often times, they are ingredients you could leave out). In addition, Amazon, as much as I dislike supporting them, has many of these ingredients easily accessible, or the majority of International markets. I apologize for getting a little heated, that was the fire bender in me destined to be released when things get frustrating. Going back to my genuine review. The Second: I do agree the recipes could have been a bit better showcased around the four nations, as some of the added recipes did feel a bit forced and like they didn't fit in (hence the one less star). Overall, I loved this book as it showcases how to make the recipes showcased in the show, that also looked appetizing, and even creates fun twists on them which I have always found enjoyable. Overall, it's a delicious book I cannot wait to delve further into.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Celia Burn

    For how inventive and adventurous many of these recipes are, they're incredibly easy to make (there is some riffing on classics such as tea eggs, egg tarts, shrimp chips, etc). Majority of the ingredients I found at my local Chinese supermarket and the introductions of each recipe kept with the Avatar theme broken up into 4 nations with varying levels of difficulty, but none massively time-intensive. There are many vegetarian, omnivorous, drink and sweets recipes to choose from depending on your For how inventive and adventurous many of these recipes are, they're incredibly easy to make (there is some riffing on classics such as tea eggs, egg tarts, shrimp chips, etc). Majority of the ingredients I found at my local Chinese supermarket and the introductions of each recipe kept with the Avatar theme broken up into 4 nations with varying levels of difficulty, but none massively time-intensive. There are many vegetarian, omnivorous, drink and sweets recipes to choose from depending on your mood and energy level. Recommended for fans of the show as well as cooks simply interested in the food aspect.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Morrill

    2.75 greatly inspired by the show I just felt that many of the dishes where difficult to get some of the ingredients but if you are a fan of the show you will enjoy this cook book

  5. 5 out of 5

    Josee Deschambault

    I was pretty excited about this book. I mean, who wouldn't want to try different recipes from Avatar? But upon opening the book, I was very disappointed by what I found. While the little blurbs at the top of each recipe was cute, and it had beautiful image of each recipe, the recipes themselves weren't all that impressive. The book tells you what the prep time, cook time and the yield is, but they don't have a difficulty meter, which is something I really enjoy from other cook books. Taking a lo I was pretty excited about this book. I mean, who wouldn't want to try different recipes from Avatar? But upon opening the book, I was very disappointed by what I found. While the little blurbs at the top of each recipe was cute, and it had beautiful image of each recipe, the recipes themselves weren't all that impressive. The book tells you what the prep time, cook time and the yield is, but they don't have a difficulty meter, which is something I really enjoy from other cook books. Taking a look at each of the different foods you could make, leaves a lot to be desired, and every section fails to really capture the spirit of each nation. Angs section did have a few nice vegetarian options, but there wasn't really anything that caught my eye as being special except for the fruit pie's made by monk Gyatso. The water tribe was mostly fish based, but what raised an eyebrow was the fact that one soup called for lye water (I had to google it, and yes, some asian and african cuisines do use a small amount of it for making noodles, but who just keeps lye water around?) They also had blueberry cookies, because apparently the water tribes had ample blueberries, but it just felt like a waste, as there was only one recipe that used that ingredient. Plus, the swamp benders only had one recipe, and I feel like I would like to have seen more from them. The earth kingdom, while it had the most interesting amount of cuisines and drinks (cabbage guy had some great recipes), it all felt ether too simple or too complicated. Uncle Iroh's tea shop is also very disappointing, because it's just kind of basic tea's, with a few variations thrown around. But I wanted more. The matcha recipe is literally just telling you how to brew Matcha and to add some ice cubes. The fire nation was by far the biggest waste, all of their foods is spicy (get it? Because their fire benders.) And they do nothing with the Japanese inspiration. They also have the shortest section, and it feels like the writer ether ran out of time, or inspiration for that part of the book. But the biggest crime is the ingredient list. I already mentioned the Lye water, but every ingredient used in the book isn't easily accessible. Not everyone has access to an Asian grocery story or a whole foods/fancy grocery story, and some of the veggies it calls for, I have never heard of in my life. It's just not usable for me, and going to the city just to pick up ingredients to try the recipes is incredibly difficult, and not worth the time/effort. I would only recommend the book to ether die hard Avatar the Last Airbender fans, or people who not only have the money to buy fancy ingredients, but easy access to them as well (so city people.)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shannan

    these kinds of cookbooks are always a gamble, but this is one of those that seems confused as to who it's advertising to. the first person entries from different characters in the series makes it seem like the cookbook is for kids (the writing is pretty juvenile), but the recipes aren't necessarily easy. the nations aren't evenly divided on how many recipes each gets, and there's no real sense of organization to the sections or the book as a whole beyond the different nations. i also can't help these kinds of cookbooks are always a gamble, but this is one of those that seems confused as to who it's advertising to. the first person entries from different characters in the series makes it seem like the cookbook is for kids (the writing is pretty juvenile), but the recipes aren't necessarily easy. the nations aren't evenly divided on how many recipes each gets, and there's no real sense of organization to the sections or the book as a whole beyond the different nations. i also can't help but wonder if the barrier to making these recipes is a little high for people not familiar with the ingredients, and then for people who are, is it oversimplified? either way, this was a pretty but confused book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    .

    [October 29th, 2020]: yeep this cookbook sounds so cool!! out august 24th 2021!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    This was a fun cookbook full of Asian-inspired recipes, sorted by the four nations. It's definitely not a kid's cookbook; these recipes are somewhat involved and require specialty ingredients that I'm not sure someone who cooks Asian foods often would even have (lye water?). It would've been nice to have a difficulty rating on each recipe, as well as an index that sorts the recipes by entree, dessert, side, etc. This was a fun cookbook full of Asian-inspired recipes, sorted by the four nations. It's definitely not a kid's cookbook; these recipes are somewhat involved and require specialty ingredients that I'm not sure someone who cooks Asian foods often would even have (lye water?). It would've been nice to have a difficulty rating on each recipe, as well as an index that sorts the recipes by entree, dessert, side, etc.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Robin Grooms

    This book was meant for the adult fans of the series for sure. So amazing how it builds on the world of avatar years after the war is done. The little blurbs for each recipe could be taken as 100% canonical. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars. I will need to put in some extra effort to get these ingredients and it wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    Cute, but did I spot a continuity error? Toph mentions the cabbage man being around since their first time in Omashu but Toph wasn't in that episode, let alone that whole season. Minor detail. Still love the concept of preserving each nation's foods and explaining how they melded together during and after the war into new concoctions and flavors! Cute, but did I spot a continuity error? Toph mentions the cabbage man being around since their first time in Omashu but Toph wasn't in that episode, let alone that whole season. Minor detail. Still love the concept of preserving each nation's foods and explaining how they melded together during and after the war into new concoctions and flavors!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rose

    I love this. Im learning to cook so I bought a few cookbooks, this being one of them. Some ingredients where really hard to find, and some recipes i didn't have the skill yet to not burn or do properly but that's user error. I the few recipes I tried so far were yummy. And I love the avatar theme! I love this. Im learning to cook so I bought a few cookbooks, this being one of them. Some ingredients where really hard to find, and some recipes i didn't have the skill yet to not burn or do properly but that's user error. I the few recipes I tried so far were yummy. And I love the avatar theme!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Calei

    Definitely inspired by the show...some of the recipes were exact! And a little hard. But I LOVED this Avatar-inspired recipe book (make the food + watch??? Win).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Your Common House Bat

    Definitively going to be reading this one! Especially since I found out that its supposed to be written in the POV's of the characters xD Definitively going to be reading this one! Especially since I found out that its supposed to be written in the POV's of the characters xD

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stella

    Fun to look at and read the blurbs. Nothing I'd actually want to make. Fun to look at and read the blurbs. Nothing I'd actually want to make.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cryssi Moore

    Was so curious to find out the recipes in this and it didn't disappoint. From Fire flakes to salmon jerky. It was cute an informative Was so curious to find out the recipes in this and it didn't disappoint. From Fire flakes to salmon jerky. It was cute an informative

  16. 5 out of 5

    Abby

    The recipes are easy to follow and are delicious! We haven’t had a bad one yet! The character text on each recipe is really corny but you know, for kids.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Good, some interesting recipes to try.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Richard Mutton

  19. 4 out of 5

    sarah nunley

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ravenloudspeaker

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina Jendro

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rosie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Megumi

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joost

  25. 5 out of 5

    Erica-Mae

  26. 4 out of 5

    Harmony

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  28. 4 out of 5

    Trish

  29. 4 out of 5

    Isabel

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angie

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