Stir-Fry Yourself Skinny (Low Fat, Stir-Fry Diet Recipes, Lose Weight Healthy Without Diet Pills Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you enjoy stir frying you'll love this book. If you've never tried this way of cooking, this book is a good starting point for beginners.
Another problem she suggests using corn starch mixed with large volumes of liquid which usually results in lumpy sauce. You need to mix your cornstarch with a small amount of liquid first to make a slurry and then add the rest of your liquid.
One of the things that is my pet peeves is people publishing very small cookbooks and then not having pics of their recipes, she does have pics of every recipe and the photography is good, not great but good.
So it is for these reasons that I gave her a 4 star instead of a 5 star rating
The recipe for "Tasty Garlic Chicken Stir-Fry" has a photo with a note how it's one of the author's favorites because of the garlic and the cabbage. There is no cabbage in the recipe. I don't see cabbage in the photo either.
The recipe for "Ginger Chicken Stir-Fry" lists 1/2 teaspoon of sugar in the ingredients. It is not mentioned in the directions.
The "Beefy Broccoli" recipe calls for round steak. Seriously? Round steak is too tough for a stir-fry. The recipe also calls for ground ginger powder. Again, seriously? How about fresh ginger?
There is no garlic in the ingredient list for "Shrimp and Garlic Stir-fry."
I picked up on all of these issues with just a cursory read. I don't think I can really trust this book. Thank goodness it was free. Delete!
And then, inexplicably, at the end of the book is a quotation from the Bible. The quotation doesn't even pertain to food. Oy!
Had wanted to read this cookbook because the nutritionist wants us to try more stir fry meals per week. After reading the few chapters at the beginning I know this will be a keeper.
The first easy recipe does not have any sodium. Every recipe not only has a color picture but the nutrition information that we need to know prior to cooking it.
Finding it's hard now with our new meal plans to prepare dinner: cutting up vegetables, salad fixings but in the long run it's worth it.
Fresh vegetables and a daily thing in our house especially for dinner. Other snacks and meals during the day also include them.
Glad to actually have a recipe and the ingredients to fix the stir fry myself rather than relying on a mix with MSG or sodium.
I especially appreciate additional information like nutrition, number of servings and descriptions... I think anyone can find this book interesting and these recipe very delicious...
Author of Chicken And Pasta Recipe: Step-By-Step Photo Recipe
I think it might be helpful to have the start point at the explanation about stir-frying and the tips on stir-frying. They were very informative.