Chinese Food Made Easy

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Ching-He Huang, the new face of Chinese cooking on TV, re-invents the nation's favorite Chinese dishes, modernizing them with fresh, easy-to-buy ingredients to demonstrate how healthy, light and simple Chinese cooking can be.

The recipes from the BBC TV series, Chinese Food Made Easy, are included in eight chapters, ranging from Takeaway Favorites, Spicy Sichuan dishes, and Dumplings, Dim Sum and Noodles to Fish and Seafood dishes, Street Food, Celebration Food, Desserts and ...

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Overview

Ching-He Huang, the new face of Chinese cooking on TV, re-invents the nation's favorite Chinese dishes, modernizing them with fresh, easy-to-buy ingredients to demonstrate how healthy, light and simple Chinese cooking can be.

The recipes from the BBC TV series, Chinese Food Made Easy, are included in eight chapters, ranging from Takeaway Favorites, Spicy Sichuan dishes, and Dumplings, Dim Sum and Noodles to Fish and Seafood dishes, Street Food, Celebration Food, Desserts and Drinks and Side dishes. Throughout the book there are cooking tips and basic techniques, including all you need to know about using a wok, as Ching shares her passion not only for Chinese food but also for Chinese culture. Finally, her handy menu planner will make it easy to put together an authentic Chinese meal.

Ching provides the inspiration to cook delicious Chinese meals with a modern twist. Discover the real food of China and make these authentic, hassle-free dishes easily in your own kitchen.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781435122635
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 2/22/2010
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted April 29, 2010

    A great, practical and useful Chinese cookbook

    I've made 4 dishes so far and all have come out great, which is better than I find with many cookbooks. Something's always out of wack, but not with this one so far. Each recipe has a great photo to go with it, which is something I've always found is something I really need, especially when doing somethign for the first time. Gives me something to aim for. Her show is coming to the US this summer, so I can't wait to see what else she has in store.

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