Noodles Express: Fast and Easy Meals in 15 to 45 Minutes

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In Noodles Express, Dana McCauley offers a collection of more than 80 fresh and exciting dishes born of her love affair with noodles. Her recipes feature vibrant and diverse flavors of various world cuisines, that only call for ingredients that are readily available in most American supermarkets.

All the recipes, including Stir-Fried Jewels over Chow Mein, Curried Orzo Salad, Pomegranate Cous Cous in Pitas, and Asparagus, Tarragon and Lemon Fettuccine are fast and easy. ...

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Overview

In Noodles Express, Dana McCauley offers a collection of more than 80 fresh and exciting dishes born of her love affair with noodles. Her recipes feature vibrant and diverse flavors of various world cuisines, that only call for ingredients that are readily available in most American supermarkets.

All the recipes, including Stir-Fried Jewels over Chow Mein, Curried Orzo Salad, Pomegranate Cous Cous in Pitas, and Asparagus, Tarragon and Lemon Fettuccine are fast and easy. Forty-five of these recipes can be made in 15 minutes or less! And that's preparation and cooking time. This is quick, healthy cooking at its most delicious and ingenious.

McCauley includes information about the more unusual noodles, ramen, bucatini, soba and udon, as well as other ingredients - spices, condiments, vegetables, cheeses. Her lively text is anecdotal and concise, as quick recipes should be. The recipe collection is divided into three convenient sections: 15 Minutes, 30 Minutes and 45 Minutes. With a few readily available ingredients on hand, cooks can check the clock and produce a delicious, homemade meal in a snap. Noodles Express is for those on the run and these days that's just about everybody.

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Editorial Reviews

Culinary Trends - Carole Gainesborough
The layout of the book makes a lot of sense ... the colors and graphics are downright appetizing.
Myrna Collins
For those who want a good and healthful meal on the table in jig time, Noodle Express has a lot to offer.
Appleton Post-Crescent, March 22, 2000
Lisa Messinger
Don't have time? Think again. Most of the dishes take 15 minutes or less to prepare -- just slightly longer than popping the lid off a jar of sauce. What you really reap here are the basics of good cooking: fresh ingredients, innovatively combined. Pasta just happens to be the perfect palette for easy meals no matter how creative you get.
Torrance Breeze, November 24, 1999
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552093962
  • Publisher: Firefly Books, Limited
  • Publication date: 9/1/1999
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 7.97 (w) x 7.92 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

Dana McCauley is a trained chef and specialist in food history. She is a cookery writer and a consultant to food companies. She is the co-author of Last Dinner on the Titanic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2003

    One of my favorites

    I have about 100 cookbooks, and this is one of my favorite 5. I love every recipe that I have tried in this book - and there are lots. Also easy to find ingredients, and easy to prepare.

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