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Demystifying Southeast Asia’s cuisine, this cookbook translates years of photography, culinary training, education, and resulting expertise into an adventure of recipes, stories, and practical advice on cooking. Regardless of exotic flavors, foreign ingredients, and unfamiliar techniques, the guide demonstrates how cooking remains universal and the science of food holds fast. Including more than 100 recipes, 700 photographs, and vivid anecdotes, this is the perfect book for anyone seeking to learn about the flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine or just looking for a unique, recreational read.
60 vibrant recipes proving that Asian roadside barbecue is just as easy, delicious, and crowd-pleasing as American-style backyard grilling. Sharing beloved barbecue dishes from the Southeast Asian countries of Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, and Indonesia, experienced author and expert on Asian cooking Leela Punyaratabandhu inspires readers with a deep dive into the flavor profile and spices of the region. She teaches you how to set up your own smoker, cook over an open flame, or grill on the equipment you already have in your backyard. Leela provides more than sixty mouthwatering recipes such as Chicken Satay with Coriander and Cinnamon, Malaysian Grilled Chicken Wings, and Thai Grilled Sticky Rice, as well recipes for cooking bone-in meats, skewered meats, and even vegetable side dishes and flavorful sauces. The fact that Southeast Asian-style barbecue naturally lends itself to the American outdoor cooking style means that the recipes in the book can remain true to tradition without any need for them to be Westernized or altered at the expense of integrity. This is the perfect book for anyone looking for an easy and flavorful way to expand their barbecue repertoire.
Cook delicious and beautiful Thai dishes with this easy-to-follow Thai cookbook. Thai cuisine has taken the world by storm. Its rich combinations of sweet, sour, salty and spicy flavors make Thai dining a complete sensory pleasure. Many people think that Thai dishes are difficult to prepare, but James Beard nominee and CIA trained chef, Robert Danhi proves that isn't so. Easy Thai cooking gives you a variety of easy-to-make recipes like Grilled Chicken Wings with Kaffir Lime Chili Glaze or Sweet-n-Spicy Pork Ribs or Green Mango and Cashew Salad. The thorough explanations of Thai cooking techniques that allows you to recreate the flavors of Thailand in your own kitchen. In addition, Chef Robert gives you expert guidance on acquiring and maintaining a well-stocked Thai pantry. With basic ingredients and his step-by-step instructions, you can make stunning dishes that will add a uniquely Thai flare to your cooking repertoire. Thai recipes include: Hot and Sour Tamarind Soup Stir-fried Pork, Basil and Chilies Classic Red Curry Chicken Golden Pork Satay with Thai Peanut Sauce Spice Crusted Fire-Roasted Shrimp Barbecued Banana Leaf Curry Fish Grilled Tofu, Curried Peas and Kefir Lime Pineapple Fried Jasmine Rice Stir-fried Peanut-Tamarind Noodles Chef Robert's loose approach to cooking, always takes into account and respects Thailand's unique cuisine. The flavors are authentically Thai, yet there is always room for experimenting and developing flavors of your own!
This richly informative overview encapsulates the diverse peoples and geographies that have produced such popular cuisines.
Presents recipes for soups, appetizers, salads, noodle dishes, side dishes, main dishes, and desserts
From soups to desserts, recipes of Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam have been collected to reflect the rich and diverse culinary heritage of Southeast Asia, with general tips on preparation added to make cooking simpler
Patricia Yeo is one of the most acclaimed of the new crop of bright young chefs in America--she specializes in world food, introducing Asian flavors, California freshness and French technique to her restaurant menus, including the offerings at the three-star A/Z in Manhattan. With Everyday Asian, Yeo leaves restaurant technique behind and focuses on packing flavor into dishes for weekday meals and simple home entertaining. The taste of the Pacific Rim is still the biggest trend in food today, and Yeo is the ideal expert to translate it for home cooks. Everyday Asian includes over one hundred recipes with far eastern, Indian and southeast Asian accents, including: --Chinese chicken salad with pickled vegetables --Seared tuna and three-bean salad --Toasted Walnut, Cheese and Chili Shortbread --Smoky eggplant and yogurt puree --Gingered Pineapple Glaze for Buffalo wings --Roasted five-spice chicken --Thai pork curry --Stir-fried beef with black beans --Baked coconut rice pudding
累積在舌尖上的記憶,是永難忘懷的。不管是早期眷村中的牛肉麵館,還是府城台南的乾煎虱目魚,甚或是客家庄的草仔粿,這些滋味在嘴裡擴散開的瞬間,「就是這個味道!」那種鮮明而雀躍的印象,永遠也忘不掉,也換不來。 在台北蟾蜍山聚落中,來自花蓮壽豐阿美族部落的佟媽媽,嫁給來自東北黑龍江的佟伯伯,習得了製作東北酸白菜的手藝;出身新竹北埔客家庄的葉媽媽,嫁給來自江蘇的葉伯伯,客家草仔粿、外省麵點都精通。正是這種鄉愁與滋味,讓不同族群的人融合在一起。 台灣這塊土地,孕育出各式的美食美酒,如樹生酒莊的「埔桃酒」,威石東酒莊的「木杉」葡萄,都是在這塊土地上,不斷突破與研發下的產物。本地年輕廚師程翔珈、蕭淳元,以及新住民所帶來的南洋風味料理,也豐富了寶島美食的多樣性與精采程度。這些不只能讓饕客食指大動,更是傳遞真情的精釀之味。
The Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook is the first book that takes the naturally healthy recipes and meals of Asian cuisine and crafts them specifically for people with diabetes. Authored by Corinne Trang, who was dubbed by The Washington Post "the Julia Child of Asian cuisine," this unique collection of recipes will be attractive to anyone with diabetes looking for a fresh approach to diabetes-friendly cooking. With more than 125 recipes, this compilation of simple comfort foods from all over Asia will include classics such as wontons and fresh spring rolls, and more contemporary recipes like garden tomatoes and mixed greens salad tossed in an Asian-inspired dressing blending soy sauce, sesame oil, and wasabi. The recipes are nutritionally sound, with plenty of fresh vegetables and complex flavors using readily available ingredients, and they rely on healthy cooking techniques such as steaming, stir-frying, braising, and grilling. The book will open with shopping and stocking techniques, including tips on building a basic pantry of Asian ingredients. Then readers will find recipes covering everything from soups and stews to meat and poultry. Each recipe will be broken down with easy step-by-step instructions, as well as menu ideas for serving one, two, four, or more. An added benefit will be a chapter titled “On The Go, Bento!” which shows how leftovers and ready-made sides can be quickly assembled into an on-the-go lunch. Filled with a wide variety of vegetables, whole grains, and protein-based dishes, readers will discover countless new flavors to enjoy with their family. With meails inspired by Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Southeast Asian food cultures, the Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook will become a “go-to” book for Asian-inspired diabetes-friendly meals.
Pizza. Huevos Rancheros. Pad Thai. Enchiladas. Some of America's most-craved foods aren't "American" in the traditional sense—they're the international foods we love to order at restaurants or have delivered to our homes. But most renditions of these beloved ethnic dishes are full of fat and calories. How can dieters get the flavor they crave, without buying one of those reduced-calorie frozen meals that are full of salt and other preservatives? Now, with The Biggest Loser Flavors of the World Cookbook, you can have your lasagna and eat it too! With more than 75 recipes for favorite ethnic staples as well as legendary regional American cuisine created by Chef Devin Alexander and The Biggest Loser contestants, healthy eating has never been more exciting. Discover how former contestants reinvented favorite dishes from their own cultures and regions to fit into their healthy new lifestyle, and how to cut the calories and fat from America's most-loved ethnic foods. And Chef Devin Alexander's reliably decadent creations save both money and calories, as any of these dishes can be made at home for a fraction of the cost of a restaurant or take-out meal. The book will include recipes for meals, snacks, dinners, and desserts, and will cover a wide range of cuisines, from the down-home Southern classics to delicious Asian dishes, Mexican favorites, hearty Italian meals, and many others. The book also includes cooking tips from Chef Devin, weight loss advice from the contestants and trainers, and an overview of the Biggest Loser food plan. The Biggest Loser Flavors of the World Cookbook shows you how to expand your culinary horizons—without expanding your waistlines!
A new cookbook from the chef who pioneered Asian-fusion cuisine presents dozens of recipes for his signature dishes inspired by the street food and home cooking of Asia and blending Western-style dishes and cooking techniques with Asian flavors, including a host of tempting appetizers, soups, salads, fish, meat, poultry, vegetable, and dessert dishes. 50,000 first printing.
Bring the Exciting and Comforting Flavors of Asia to Your Kitchen Born and raised in the Philippines, Abigail Raines traveled extensively in Southeast Asia to bring its flavors right to your plate. Her travels taught her that noodles and rice are the perfect canvas for the sweet, salty and spicy flavors of Asian cuisine—inspiring her to create this delicious collection of recipes. Expand your palate with Curry Noodle Soup with Chicken (Khao Soy Gai) and Filipino-Style Paella (Beringhe) or make restaurant favorites like Pad Thai and Pho Bo. Learn how to make staples of authentic Asian cuisine like compressed rice (Ketupat), dumplings and spring rolls, and taste a variety of national dishes from Vietnamese Grilled Pork with Rice Noodles (Bun Thit Nuong) to Indonesian coconut pancakes (Serabi). With Rice. Noodles. Yum. you’ll be able to replicate the rich flavors of home-style Asian cooking, street food fare and everything in between.
The flavors of Southeast Asia are the star in this collection of recipes from Leah Cohen, the Top Chef alum and restaurateur. Growing up half-Filipino, Leah Cohen never thought food from her mother's side would become her life's work. But after working in Michelin-starred restaurants and then competing on Top Chef, Cohen was still searching to define what made her food hers. She found the answer in Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, Indonesia, and yes, the Philippines, as she rediscovered the deliciously sweet, pungent, and spicy flavors of her youth and set out to take them back with her to New York. Now, Cohen brings the exciting flavors of Southeast Asia to the masses in her beloved New York City restaurants. And in this cookbook, she shows readers how to use pantry staples like fish sauce (the salt of Southeast Asia), coconut milk, and shrimp paste to delicious effect, and gives home cooks the confidence to embrace what she calls the "controlled chaos" of Asian cooking in their own kitchens. As Cohen explains, Southeast Asian cooking varies by country, but what unites the cuisine is the balance of flavor that creates deep umami in every dish. From addictive street food snacks like Lumpia (Filipino spring rolls) to Burmese Eggplant Salad, Grilled Cod in Banana Leaf with Yellow Curry, Crisp Banana Fritters, and even fiery cocktails, this cookbook presents authentic dishes with a modern twist. With more than 125 recipes, it will inspire home cooks to let their taste buds travel.
Each year, the United States legally resettles tens of thousands of refugees who have fled their homelands. Refugees, unlike economic migrants, are forced to leave their countries of origin or are driven out by violence or persecution. As these individuals and their families struggle to adapt to a new culture, the kitchen often becomes one of the few places where they are able to return "home." Preparing native cuisine is one way they can find comfort in an unfamiliar land, retain their customs, reconnect with their past, and preserve a sense of identity. In Flavors from Home, Aimee Zaring shares fascinating and moving stories of courage, perseverance, and self-reinvention from Kentucky's resettled refugees. Each chapter features a different person or family and includes carefully selected recipes. These traditional dishes have nourished both body and soul for people like Huong "CoCo" Tran, who fled South Vietnam in 1975 when Communist troops invaded Saigon, or Kamala Pati Subedi, who was stripped of his citizenship and forced out of Bhutan because of political and religious persecution. Whether shared at farmers' markets, restaurants, community festivals, or simply among friends and neighbors, these native dishes contribute to the ongoing evolution of American comfort food just as the refugees themselves are redefining what it means to be American. Featuring more than forty recipes from around the globe, Flavors from Home reaches across the table to explore the universal language of food.
The enhanced ebook edition of Asian Tofu offers an enriched cookbook experience with 17 videos, including step-by-step guidance for making tofu at home plus coaching on other key techniques. Bonus travelogues explore tofu hotspots around the globe and immerse readers in the sights, sounds, and sources of this remarkable food. Confused about whether to buy medium or super-firm tofu? Mystified by how to handle gauzy tofu skins and dried tofu sticks? With the enhanced Asian Tofu ebook, there’s no need to wonder. In eight instructional videos, Andrea Nguyen walks you through the wide variety of tofu available, explaining how to use each type for maximum results. For those who want to craft their own from scratch, her demonstrations of the tofu-making process illuminate potentially tricky steps and are chock full of tips for perfecting your product. To get a deeper look into the world of tofu, join Andrea on the tofu trail. In nine videos you will be transported to Taipei’s bustling markets, Japan’s artisanal tofu shops, and much more. With an exciting multimedia experience that showcases the vast uses for tofu and its fascinating history, the enhanced Asian Tofu ebook brings an exciting culinary journey to your fingertips.
From roadside to restaurant, Green Mangoes and Lemon Grass takes you on a lip-smacking culinary tour of Southeast Asia's most scrumptious food, from Singapore's fascinating cosmopolitan offerings to Thailand's sinfully spicy dishes and Vietnam's refreshingly healthful recipes. Featuring expertly written text and recipes from the diva of Asian cuisine, Wendy Hutton, this book explores the glorious splendor of Southeast Asia's rich and varied cuisine, presented here in the form of tantalizing photos by award-winning photographer, Masano Kawana. Green Mangoes and Lemon Grass will help you whip up an Asian festival of food in your very own kitchen!
Seventy-five superlative recipes from some of the world's most respected chefs and cooking instructors features a host of creamy vegetable soups, seafood chowders, hearty classic stews, and more, from such notables as Jacques Pépin, Alice Waters, Charlie Trotter, Thomas Keller, and others. Original. 15,500 first printing.
Compiled by Joyce Jue, author of Williams-Sonoma's "Asian Flavors, " this collection of 130 fantastic recipes from the culinary capitals of Southeast Asia is sure to be a wonderful addition to any cook's library. Color photos throughout.
Chicken on a beer can? You bet! When Steven Raichlen, America's barbecue guru, says it's the best grilled chicken he's ever tasted, cooks stop and listen. An essential addition to every grill jockey's library, Beer-Can Chicken presents 75 must-try beer-can variations and other offbeat recipes for the grill. Recipes such as Saigon Chicken with Lacquered Skin and Spicy Peanut Sauce, Root Beer Game Hens, Beer-Can Turkey (uses the 32-ounce Foster's), Stoned Chicken (it's grilled under a brick), Dirty Steak, Fish on a Board (Salmon with Brown Sugar Glaze), Mussels Eclade-grilled under pine needles, Grilled Eggs, Wacky Rumaki, Rotisseried Garlic Rolls-even Grilled Yellow Pepper Soup will have your mouth-watering. Whether on a can, on a stick, under a brick, in a leaf, on a plank, or in the embers, each grilling technique is explained in easy-to-follow steps, with recipes that guarantee no matter how crazy the technique, the results are always outstanding. So pop a cold one and have fun.

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