She's Australian. What the hell is 200 milliliters? Or 350 grams? Living in America means not having to do math!!!!!Published 2 days 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 4 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 always found Chinese cooking intimidating in its complexity. But there's something about Kylie Kwong's book that has enabled me to just go for it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by GC
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 5 months ago by PorkyLard
Although I am a fairly proficient home cook, Chinese cooking was a mystery to me. I adored eating it and lamented that I didn't know how to make it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lalelilolu
There is not one recipe for chow mein, fried rice, wontons, stir fry or egg rolls. This is a cookbook full of contrived recipes that nobody would want to make, and ingredients you... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Julie
I love this book, it has some delicious recipes.
Highly recommend this to anyone looking for genuine Asian recipes. Loved the sweet and sour pork recipe.