The Perfect Chinese Food Guide by Jingles CookingCooking recipes are among the earliest forms of food preparation. Breakfast is perhaps the most essen
The Perfect Chinese Food Guide by Jingles Cooking
Cooking recipes are among the earliest forms of food preparation. Breakfast is perhaps the most essential – and comforting – meal of the day for millions of people across the world. Here, for the very first time, a massive collection of more than 300 different home-cooked recipes celebrates the traditional, daily meals that are prepared in many homes around the world.
In recent years, Chinese cooking has spread from modest kitchens in numerous countries to the global marketplace, where every cuisine type is represented in this exciting book. Some of the recipes are new, while others are adapted from existing Chinese recipes. In addition, this new cookbook also features recipes for Asian-inspired dishes, like Indian and Chinese-inspired dishes. Of course, many of the recipes here are familiar favorites, such as Chinese-inspired favorites like stir fried vegetables, stir fried tofu and stir fried eggs or even Chinese-inspired favorites like Chinese chicken wings, stir-fried meatloaf and a whole variety of other recipes that have been passed down through the generations.
While some of the recipes are extremely familiar, the majority of them are truly innovative and creative. Many of the recipes use ingredients that are rarely seen in traditional home-cooked meals. The recipes feature ingredients like dried and fresh mangoes, pears, apples and black cherries that are very rare in traditional Chinese recipes.
Other popular dishes featured in this book include Japanese favorites like Japanese ramen noodles, which can be a great way to introduce a new family member to the flavors of Japan. Recipes for Chinese recipes include many delicious dishes. A recipe for egg-wrapped steamed vegetables is one of the more popular dishes here. This dish is similar to the popular dish, but not quite the same.
Italian dishes make up another sizable chunk of this collection, including an Italian salad recipe. A recipe for spaghetti and meatballs is also very popular. The most interesting of the recipes are a few recipes featuring Chinese-style noodles and rice, a recipe for Japanese curry sauce, and a recipe for Chinese noodles.
There are many different styles of Chinese cooking represented here as well. Many of these recipes will appeal to traditional Chinese and Japanese-inspired food-lovers as well as others will be very familiar to those who are used to more Western-style cooking.
The recipes in this cookbook are all relatively easy to follow. For those who are new to Chinese cooking, there are many recipes to introduce you to the techniques involved with basic cooking methods.
This book is an interesting way to learn new ways to cook with some familiar recipes that you know and love. It contains hundreds of recipes to try out, and many new recipes to explore!