Everything is written in Chinese and in English. The book is somewhere between three and four stars. I've probably cooked about half the recipes in the book, which may not sound like much. The coconut buns were stunning as well, and the pork-filled pastries were melt-in-your-mouth delicious. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements.
The spine may show signs of wear. Her simple Bean Curd and Mushrooms is the simplest Tofu dish that I know, quick to put together and delicious. She is the publisher behind the hugely successful and popular Asian recipes site at Rasa Malaysia RasaMalaysia. Japanese Cuisine - Nearly as good as many books I have that are written by Japanese chefs. I now have over a hundred cookbooks, but this one remains one of my favorites.
There are also some recipes in the books that I would use, but don't consider to be dim sum like sago, taro, and coconut milk soup. About this Item: Wei Chuans Cooking, 1983. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. If you're willing to search around for ingredients or have the right sort of store nearby and you're interested in trying some truly authentic dim sum, I highly recommend this cookbook. Joyce Chen helped to start the gourmet Chinese revolution in this country and it was a great success. I often take one on the plane with me when I travel along with dictionaries and can spend hours happily translating passages. About this Item: Wei-Chuan Publishing, 2006.
Following these simple recipe made me like an expert in Chinese cooking hahah, exaggerating! Generally, there is a sauce or marinade, and then vegetables or meat to chop up. Book is in Used-Good condition. There is one dish that is shown with seafood, then chicken, then pork, then beef. Finally, I have to say that the recipes in all of these books are interesting and he ones that I have tried to reproduce have worked out well. Vietnamese Cuisine - Great recipes. Really, I would suggest this book to anyone who is interested in cooking authentic dishes at home.
This book has great images, making it attractive and eye-catching. Chinese Cuisine: Szechuan Style - I love Szechuan food especially but I would still treat this book as a favorite anyway. The spine may show signs of wear. Step-by-step preparati The very first of Culinary Master Su-Huei Huang's cookbook successes, this collection boasts a wide range of popular Chinese dishes. Their method of making the pastry dough is also surprisingly simple and non-difficult compared to some that I've tried. . No 'step-by-step' pictures but I actually like this book better.
Armed with the fundamental techniques, she set out to give ancient tradition a modern twist and bring the joys of Chinese cooking to all. About this Item: Wei-Chuan Publishing. My uncle is a dim sum chef in vancouver and it is amazing to watch. The spreading of chinese immigrants worldwide have helped the spreading of chinese food. There are great variety of food in Dim-Sum food. You will find popular Chinese classics like Fried Rice, Tea Leaf Eggs, as well as dim sum items that Low has perfected at home, and American favorites like Mongolian Beef, and Beef with Broccoli.
Some non-Chinese cooks will find this a convenience, since it means they won't have to look for exotic ingredients, but adventurous cooks may find it disappointing. The only prob The six or so recipes I made from this book tasted good. I felt that other cookbooks, such as Madhur Jaffrey's World of the East Vegetarian, had recipes that were simple and flavorful. This is a book people- not a video! Simple Chinese Cooking demystifies the preparation of Chinese cuisine--with ingredients that are readily available in any grocery store, and recipes that are friendly and easy-to-follow. They are missing some staples like chicken feet, niu he beef flat noodles , and a few others.
Chinese would use pork collar or chicken thighs instead. Have tried cooking some of the simple recipes in this book and the result is absolutely brilliant! The instructions are mostly very clear. The recipes in this book is easy to follow. Everything is just very matter of fact in the book. More importantly, the recipes actually are simple as promised and help you gain an understanding of cooking. For me, this book covers everything and I don't need another.
In fact, the book is written in Chinese with English translations. The Chinese Cuisine by Huang Su-Huei is by far the best. I tried several different dishes in this book, but none of the results were worth repeating. The author is well respected in the Bay Area for her restaurants, and her book has stood the test of time for over 25 years. The recipes are authentic, letting one create the type of Cantonese dim sum treats one finds in Chinatowns or in Hong Kong.