Tonight's Dinner: Home Cooking for Every Day by Adam Liaw

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  • Hokkaido salmon chanchan

    • Rinshin on May 17, 2022

      Very satisfying. Added my own take on this popular salmon dish in Hokkaido by adding both mirin and sansho powder to the sauce, and instead of cooking all in the frying pan, quickly stir fried the vegetables for few minutes and finally baked at 375F for 20 min with salmon pieces on top of vegetables followed by sauce and baked closed foil style. The salmon pieces were perfectly steamed with miso fragrance and taste. Used cabbage instead of Napa cabbage, julienned carrots instead of thin round slices and added sweet pepper rings. Liked his addition of garlic to vegetables. Any mushrooms work well here. Easy complete one dish dinner. Photo added.

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  • ISBN 10 1743797729
  • ISBN 13 9781743797723
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  • Published Oct 27 2021
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 227
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Hardie Grant

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Fall in love with home cooking all over again with Tonight's Dinner by Adam Liaw. This essential recipe collection delivers nightly meal inspiration from Australia's favourite cook, with a diverse list of 80 easy, delicious recipes from SBS's number one food show, The Cook Up. Tonight's Dinner brings us fresh, modern everyday food inspired by the expanding spread of dishes on Australian tables today. Adam's warmth, humour and dynamic cooking-style will put the joy of cooking back into your kitchen easily, so you can feed your friends and family with thoughtful, healthful meals. These recipes require minimal preparation, are balanced in nutrition, affordable and light on the washing up! Because, often, the key to good home cooking is to just do good home cooking. Adam covers all bases including Light Meals; Weeknight Dinners; Vegetables; Pasta and Noodles; Wok Wonders; Snacks, Sides and Sandwiches; and Sweets. Sample some Salmon & cucumber hand rolls or whip up some Fresh ricotta toast with braised onions and thyme. Relish your Lemon pepper fettuccini with haloumi before launching into Lamb shoulder tacos the following night. And don't miss Adam's cooking hacks in each recipe, and star guest contributions from The Cook Up. With Tonight's Dinner, you'll soon realise that a meal's difficulty has no bearing on how good it tastes.

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