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Williams-Sonoma: Food Made Fast Asian (Food Made Fast) Hardcover – February 1, 2007
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About the Author
Farina Wong Kingsley was raised in a traditional Cantonese household and is a highly respected culinary instructor specializing in Asian cuisines. She has taught at Tante Marie's Cooking School in San Francisco, written for the Center for Culinary Development, and contributed to a number of cookbooks, including Williams-Sonoma Asian. She resides in San Francisco.
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We have cut out eating out by quite a bit, and I have now added several of these books in this series to my wish list based on this experience.
Some cons -
Dishes that use or you personally add veggies to. I find full sodium soy sauce a little salty. So I have on a couple of recipes written right in the book to use low sodium soy sauce instead.
Likewise with oil. The shrimp recipes I cut the oil down, otherwise it's just a tad oily.
Finally - last recommendation - the recipes that have you add the 1/4 tsp or 1/2 tsp of cornstarch - try making the sauce ahead of time. It's a matter of taste - but if you can let it sit 10 minutes - it thickens way more (like Chinese take out) than the 1 minute it calls for while cooking it. I just put it in the fridge until I'm ready. So so good.
I can't wait to make some of these dishes for my mother-in law who really is carb conscience. She wouldn't eat any rice, so I will try to make more sauce and just add more veggies. Yum!
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Ok I know I am am bein redundant but I had to chime in on this book.Read more
Every recipe we've tried so far has been tasty.Read more