Simply Ming One-Pot Meals: Quick, Healthy & Affordable Recipes

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Chef Ming Tsai believes there are four basic needs in everyday cooking today: taste, healthfulness, simplicity, and affordability. So in this groundbreaking cookbook, he tackles all four. Broken down into seven techniques of one-pot cooking-including braising, wokking, sauteeing, roasting, high-temperature cooking, tossing, and soups-Simply Ming: One-Pot Asian Meals offers 85 recipes. Every ingredient can be found at your local market, every recipe will track its salt and fat intakes and allergens, and every meal...

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Overview

Chef Ming Tsai believes there are four basic needs in everyday cooking today: taste, healthfulness, simplicity, and affordability. So in this groundbreaking cookbook, he tackles all four. Broken down into seven techniques of one-pot cooking-including braising, wokking, sauteeing, roasting, high-temperature cooking, tossing, and soups-Simply Ming: One-Pot Asian Meals offers 85 recipes. Every ingredient can be found at your local market, every recipe will track its salt and fat intakes and allergens, and every meal will cost around $20 for four.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
James Beard Award–winning chef Tsai (and author of Simply Ming) provides 80 one-pan recipes that can be created quickly and healthfully, with relatively inexpensive ingredients. Tsai focuses on seven cooking methods best-suited to one-pot meals: braise, wok, sauté, roast, high temp--which includes steaming and flash frying--soup, and toss. Throughout, Tsai offers preparation tips and drink suggestions, and each recipe is accompanied by a full-color photo. Tsai's trademark Asian flair is evident, but he also ventures into the realm of comfort food, with garlic osso buco with celeriac, chicken meatballs with penne and tomato sauce, and panko-crusted turkey "scaloppini" with warm mango-cranberry chutney. Recipes are short--none longer than one page--and easy to construct. Tsai also includes a helpful glossary of ingredients and techniques for those looking for additional culinary instruction. From kung pao chicken with brown rice to Thai basil shrimp risotto or beef, shiitake, and broccoli stir-fry, Tsai's creations will tempt and delight. Suitable for everyday use, this attractive and highly accessible collection will delight Tsai's many fans and broaden his appeal to those who want a more varied approach to weeknight meals. (Nov.)
Chicago Now/Chicago Tribune, 1/2/14 - Barbara Revsine
I’ve had my eye on the Cranberry-Hoisin Chicken recipe in “Simply Ming One-Pot Meals” by Ming Tsai and Arthur Boehm (Kyle Books) for a long time. The introduction says it’s the “perfect dish for entertaining,” and I have no reason to dispute the claim.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906868369
  • Publisher: Kyle Cathie Limited
  • Publication date: 11/16/2010
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 174,813
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Ming Tsai
MING TSAI was named Best Chef of the Northeast by the James Beard Foundation in 2002. He has been a mainstay on the Food Network as the host of East Meets West, for which he won an Emmy, and with WBGH he is producing and hosting a new series, Simply Ming, on public television. He is the author of Blue Ginger (with Arthur Boehm) and has created food products and cookware under both the Ming East-West and Blue Ginger labels. He and his wife live in Massachusetts with their two sons. For more information, visit his website at www.ming.com.
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  • Posted January 25, 2012

    One of my new favorite cookbooks!

    I've cooked 10 recipes from this book so far and each has been excellent! The chicken kung-pao is my husband's new all-time favorite! I love the way the book is set up based on different types of one-pot meals and the sidenotes are very helpful too. Love Simply Ming!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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