South-East Asian Curries: 50 Fabulous Curry Recipes from Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indones (BOK)

Mridula Baljekar

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This title features 50 fabulous curry recipes from Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. It is an authoritative guide, with easy-to-follow recipes for making delicious, fragrant curries. An extensive introduction looks at the eating habits of the region and how they have been shaped over the centuries by religious influences, local geography, foreign settlers, invaders and commercial trading. It includes a guide to key ingredients, such as fresh herbs, aromatics and spices, curry powders and pastes, and advice on the most useful kitchen equipment. Recipes include traditional sizzling meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian curries, tasty rice and noodle dishes, and a selection of refreshing salads and sambals. It is lavishly illustrated throughout with over 270 photographs, including step-by-step instructions. Some of the world's most exciting cuisines are found in the South-eastern corner of Asia. Each country has its own traditional cooking style, but all share a passion for fragrant dishes made with exotic spices and the very freshest of ingredients. This book offers signature curries from all corners of the region - including highlights such as Mussaman Curry and Red Chicken Curry with Bamboo Shoots from Thailand, Beef Rendang from Indonesia, Burmese Fish Stew, and the Filipino meat soup Puchero. With practical advice to explain the basics of curry-making and the ingredients used, step-by-step instructions, and beautiful photographs for every dish, this tempting collection of mouthwatering dishes is for curry lovers everywhere.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter Mridula Baljekar
Forlag
Southwater
ISBN 9781780192765
Antall sider 96 Dimensjoner 21,6cm x 28,2cm x 0,8cm
Vekt 431 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form National & regional cuisine, Cooking with herbs & spices