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Malaysian Kitchen: Explore the Exquisite Food and Cooking of Malaysia, with 80 Superb Recipes Shown Step-by-step in More Than 350 Beautiful Photographs by Ghillie Basan and Terry Tan

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  • ISBN 10 1844768287
  • ISBN 13 9781844768288
  • Published Jun 15 2010
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Southwater

Publishers Text

This is a perfect collection of delicious, authentic recipes that represent the best of Malaysian cooking, with 80 mouthwatering recipes show in over 350 tempting colour photographs. It features an introduction about life in Malaysia with unique insights into the fascinating culture and history. It features recipes for Broths and Soupy Noodles, Fried and Grilled Snacks, Rice and Noodles, Fish and Shellfish, Meat and Poultry, Vegetables and Salads, Condiments, and Sweets and Drinks. The complete nutritional information is provided for every recipe, as well as cook's tips and variations to encourage experimentation. Malaysia is a region that has many distinct localized cooking styles which is reflected in the exciting food that can be enjoyed throughout the country. This range of 80 recipes captures the fiery and sweet flavours of this region, and includes soups, snacks, rice and noodles, fish and shellfish, meat and poultry, condiments, salads and sweets. All the classic recipes are included, such as Hot and Sour Fish Soup, Kerabu, Chicken Satay and Hainanese Chicken Rice, as well as some more unusual specialities. Full of tantalizing recipes and stunning photography, this useful book is essential reading for lovers of Malaysian food.

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