Fresh Chinese: Over 80 Healthy Chinese Recipes by Wynnie Chan

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  • Chicken and creamed corn soup

    • nicolepellegrini on March 15, 2020

      Delicious and so simple - and if you're craving Chinese take-out right now but stuck at home this is one of those dishes that's really easy to replicate on your own. I did add a splash of soy sauce and topped with some sliced scallions.

  • Sweet and sour pork

    • nicolepellegrini on April 08, 2021

      Very good for a lighter version of sweet & sour pork -- ie, without deep frying the pork. Used yellow peppers instead of green, and did add a splash of soy sauce to give the sauce the proper flavor.

  • Sesame salmon with shredded vegetables

    • nicolepellegrini on April 09, 2019

      My SO liked this more than I did, I think. It wasn't bad but a little dry and in need of some sauce/moisture to liven it up. I drizzled the shredded vegetables and salmon with a some ponzu sauce and sesame oil and liked it better.

  • Dry-fried green beans

    • nicolepellegrini on August 21, 2020

      These were just okay, lacking a little punch flavorwise IMHO.

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  • ISBN 10 1435100670
  • ISBN 13 9781435100671
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Jan 01 2004
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 160
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Metro Books

Publishers Text

Drawing on the traditional Chinese diet of vegetables, grains and moderate amounts of meat and high-fat foods, the dishes in this book use authentic, fresh ingredients and aromatic spices instead of fat, salt and additives, so that you can enjoy the taste without the guilt. Choose from light refreshing dishes such as Steamed Pork Balls and Sesame Chicken with Cucumber, or why not try other low-fat options such as Sea-spice Aubergines or Chilli Kale? All of the recipes are easy to follow and quick to prepare, which makes them perfect for both after-work suppers and entertaining. With "Fresh Chinese" you and your family can enjoy a healthy, balanced diet - and all without compromising on taste.

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