The Asian Grill: Great Recipes, Bold Flavors

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This combination of two popular food trendsAsian and grillingby Corinne Trang, the "Julia Child of Asian cuisine" (Washington Post), makes it easy to turn an ordinary backyard barbecue into an authentic Asian grill. Here she guides readers through the foundations of classic Asian cooking and the exciting array of herbs and spices used, enabling anyone who understands the basics of grilling to discover original taste and texture combinations. Corinne reveals the secrets of the five flavor notessweet, sour, salty, ...
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Overview

This combination of two popular food trendsAsian and grillingby Corinne Trang, the "Julia Child of Asian cuisine" (Washington Post), makes it easy to turn an ordinary backyard barbecue into an authentic Asian grill. Here she guides readers through the foundations of classic Asian cooking and the exciting array of herbs and spices used, enabling anyone who understands the basics of grilling to discover original taste and texture combinations. Corinne reveals the secrets of the five flavor notessweet, sour, salty, bitter, spicyand with simple techniques, she expands the griller's repertoire with a whole new range of marinades and flavor-rich dishes. The 80 recipes for condiments, flatbreads, veggies, fish, meats, sweets, and drinks are supplemented with prepping and grilling tips, ingredient sources and appropriate substitutions, and advice on stocking an Asian pantry. The lovely color photos and step-by-step instructions make discovering the yin-yang balance of texture, flavor, and color an easy and fun culinary adventure, with plenty of Asian flair.
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There's much more to grilling than crackling flames, a good pair of tongs and a nice cut of meat. Trang has cooked her way through countless dishes from China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and India, learning about spices and sauces and grilling techniques all the way. She draws upon her experiences to create this wide-ranging compendium of recipes for flavorful dishes that embrace the yin-yang principle: "simple-to-make menus consisting of one grilled food served alongside non-grilled buy simple-to-prepare dishes." From condiments to breads, vegetables to meats, no food group goes unaddressed. Among the 80 recipes are ones for Miso Salad Dressing, Scallion Flat Breads, Sour Mango Salad, Chicken Satay and Grilled Sardines, and Asian Clambake. Tran (Authentic Vietnamese Cooking) explores and emphasizes flavor and texture, and two comprehensive introductory chapters impart details about the history of Asian grilling, how to stock an Asian pantry and the best grilling tools and techniques. A simple, elegant layout boosts readability, and the text's friendly, encouraging tone will surely give even hesitant home cooks the gumption to make Sweet Coconut Tapioca with Summer Corn and Banana. -Publishers Weekly, starred review
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There's much more to grilling than crackling flames, a good pair of tongs and a nice cut of meat. Trang has cooked her way through countless dishes from China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and India, learning about spices and sauces and grilling techniques all the way. She draws upon her experiences to create this wide-ranging compendium of recipes for flavorful dishes that embrace the yin-yang principle: "simple-to-make menus consisting of one grilled food served alongside nongrilled but simple-to-prepare dishes." From condiments to breads, vegetables to meats, no food group goes unaddressed. Among the 80 recipes are ones for Miso Salad Dressing, Scallion Flat Breads, Sour Mango Salad, Chicken Satay and Grilled Sardines, and Asian Clambake. Trang (Authentic Vietnamese Cooking) explores and emphasizes flavor and texture, and two comprehensive introductory chapters impart details about the history of Asian grilling, how to stock an Asian pantry and the best grilling tools and techniques. A simple, elegant layout boosts readability, and the text's friendly, encouraging tone will surely give even hesitant home cooks the gumption to make Sweet Coconut Tapioca with Summer Corn and Banana. Photos. (May) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811846318
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 5/1/2006
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 8.75 (h) x 0.62 (d)

Meet the Author

Corinne Trang is a New York based award-winning author, food writer, and photographer. Her articles have been published in Food & Wine , Health , Cooking Light , and Saveur .
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