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A companion to her second Australian television series, this appetizing and beautifully illustrated collection will earn Kwong a large American following. Seeking to demystify Chinese cooking for the uninitiated, she allocates ample space to the basics: equipment, ingredients and techniques along with recipes for tasty yet simple dishes. The well-known Sweet and Sour Pork is balanced by the less familiar Sung Choi Bao of Pork, providing treasures for both those learning about the cuisine and those who are looking for more diversity. Kwong offers a comprehensive look at all aspects of Chinese offerings—from stocks, soups and rice to meats, poultry and tofu. Soy Sauce Chicken is not to be missed, and neither is Crispy King Prawns with Honey and Garlic Sauce. Sections on Salads, Wontons and Pickles are an added bonus, highlighting such gems as Pickled Asparagus and Mint Salad and Button Mushroom Salad. Kwong also provides tips on menu planning, saving time, food for kids and what to drink with Chinese food. Highly recommended for all fans of Chinese food, this collection is a welcome addition to a crowded field. 150 full-color photos. (Feb.)
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This is an incredible book and it will change the way you cook forever. Kylie is an absolute inspiration! (Jamie Oliver)
A Martha in the making . . . Down Unders homemaking heartthrob. (Time magazine)
She's Australian. What the hell is 200 milliliters? Or 350 grams? Living in America means not having to do math!!!!!Published 11 months ago by Mandy H.
I am a terrific cook and wanted to branch ou into exotic (chinese) foods/cooking. Eye of newt, dragons breath etc. Mostly other than simplePublished 15 months ago by K. Taylor
If you enjoy cooking Chinese food, then Kylie's Simple Chinese Cooking is the book for you.
As the title suggests, Simple is the focal word here and delicious would be... Read more
I actually found this cookbook at the library and fell in love with it. So, I simply had to buy it. The recipes are just to die for. They have pictures for every recipe. Read morePublished 16 months ago by PorkyLard