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Korean Cuisine (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition) Paperback – May 1, 2001
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i really liked the recipe for chapchae- most of the other korean cookbooks have meat strips or ground meat in them. this one was simple- and if you keep a well stocked pantry you can make this whenever you want! I like to add julienned dried black mushrooms to the recipe as well. the spicy tofu stew with clams is so completely easy to make- and honestly- i leave out the clams and fresh shrimp- and it's still wonderful without! I do like to throw large pink dried shrimp with their heads on- into the soup- primarily because it adds flavor- and because there's a korean restaurant that does the same.
The cooking tips that are found throughout the book are priceless. like throwing in dried anchovies if you don't have anchovy stock. I never knew what to do with those things- and now i do. and despite they're smell and appearance they add wonderful flavor to soups.Read more ›
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Bought this book, knowing the quality of Wei Chuan's cookbooks. I own about a dozen Wei Chuan's books. Book has pictures and many recipes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Helen Troy
If you only own one Korean cookbook, make this it!! Simple, easy to follow, traditional cuisine. Everything turns out delicious!Published on March 22, 2013 by Elfkin
This book was supposed to be a present for someone learning Korean. Imagine my surprise, when the "lucky" recipient looked at it, puzzled, and said "Thanks... Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Shih_Tzu_Happens
This is the book I use all the time for Korean cooking. Very traditional and easy to follow receipes.Published on April 23, 2011 by Chef D
The Wei-Chuan Publishing Company (apparently connected with the Taiwanese Wei-Chuan Cooking School), has produced a good number of Cookbooks, mostly dealing with Chinese cookery... Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by C. J. Thompson
I purchased several korean food cookbooks at one time and this was the only one I kept. I am korean. Read morePublished on January 1, 2009 by E. Tran
It came in a nice condition. It has great translation in English with photo of each dishes. That's very important to me. If you like Korean food. Read morePublished on March 9, 2008 by Kailee