China: The Cookbook
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So whether you’ve never cooked Chinese food before (and rely on your local takeaway for a chow mein) or you’re a culinary master in the cuisine, we’ve rounded up eight of the best Chinese cookbooks on the market. This is an excellent example of the best traditional Chinese cookbooks as it demonstrates to home cooks how they can deliver traditional Sichuan food from their kitchen. Grace learned the art of wok hay from her father, and she imparts this knowledge to other lovers of Chinese cuisine.
China: The Cookbook by Kei Lum Chan, Diora Fong Chan
Strangely, most pictures are of the simplest or most familiar dishes, while the ones that were the most complex or unfamiliar to me generally didn't have an accompanying photo or a description of the food at all. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly, the delicious sauce thickened nicely from the corn starch in the chicken marinade.Despite traditional Tibetan food dating back over 8,000 years, this cuisine remains relatively unknown and is overshadowed by mainland Chinese dishes.
China: The Cookbook: Chan, Kei Lum, Fong Chan, Diora
We all know Kung Pao Chicken, but locals say that there are over 5 000 different Sichuan dishes to be relished. Your wok will be overworked as you try your hand at Perfect Pork Pot Stickers, Easy Vegetable Stir fry, Egg Foo Young, and Sweet Chili Shrimp.Through this book, more and more people will enjoy Chine cuisine and get to know the culture behind the food. So if you’re looking to embark on a culinary journey from the comfort of home (and perhaps spend a bit less on takeaways), look no further than our selection of the best Chinese cookbooks that will inspire you to create and explore flavours and textures you may have only dreamed of.