This beginners guide to chinese food and chinese cooking is the perfect companion for any budding at-home chef who wants to re-create those delicious chinese dishes that you love from restaurants. In this eBook you will discover the history of chinese food and how it has developed to what it is today. We explore some of the differences between authentic chinese food and what you find in Western 'chinese' restaurants. Your culinary journey then progresses to what type of equipment you will need for chinese cooking; such as the well-known wok and chopsticks, plus other not so well known but essential tools. Then we stroll into the food section, with the must-have basics of any aspiring chinese cook. Things like sauces (soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce and more) and staples like rice, noodles, vegetables and meats. Thre is even a whole chapter on the time honored tradition of Yum Cha! Purchase this eBook and get started on your chinese cooking adventure today. Please note: You should consider buying some chinese recipes cook books to accompany this guide, as there are no recipes included. Just lots and lots of useful information to begin and enhance on your chinese cooking experience.
Create nuanced, complex, authentic Chinese flavors at home by learning the cuisine’s fundamental techniques. Phoenix Claws and Jade Trees offers a unique introduction to Chinese home cooking, demystifying it by focusing on its basic cooking methods. In outlining the differences among various techniques—such as pan-frying, oil steeping, and yin-yang frying—and instructing which one is best for particular ingredients and end results, culinary expert Kian Lam Kho provides a practical, intuitive window into this unique cuisine. Once one learns how to dry stir-fry chicken, one can then confidently apply the technique to tofu, shrimp, and any number of ingredients. Accompanied by more than 200 photographs, including helpful step-by-step images, the 158 recipes range from simple, such as Spicy Lotus Root Salad or Red Cooked Pork, to slightly more involved, including authentic General Tso’s Chicken or Pork Shank Soup with Winter Bamboo. But the true brilliance behind this innovative book lies in the way it teaches the soul of Chinese cooking, enabling home cooks to master this diverse, alluring cuisine and then to re-create any tempting dish they encounter or can imagine.
Release on 2014-09-06 | by Martha Stone,PJ Group Publishing
Learning the Basic Techniques and Recipes of the Traditional Chinese Cuisine
Author: Martha Stone,PJ Group Publishing
Pubpsher: Martha Stone
Chinese food is often associated with take-outs such as stir-fried and noodles. It’s a crowd favorite for being quick and tasty. However, Chinese food also gets bad rep for being greasy and too salty. Authentic Chinese cuisine is actually more than that. Chinese cuisine can – and has always been – be healthy. Chinese cooking puts its focus on fresh ingredients and balance. This is part of the traditions of real and authentic Chinese cooking. Let “Traditions of Chinese Cooking: Learning the Basic Techniques and Recipes of the Traditional Chinese Cuisine” guide you through your journey into the world of authentic Chinese cuisine. Packed with simple recipes, tips and a little history, this book is your ultimate guide in the fascinating – and delicious! - world of Chinese cooking.
Release on 2015-10-30 | by Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Author: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Pubpsher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
New Perspectives in Hospitality Management is a unique collection of articles that represent the very highest level of scholarship in the sphere of hospitality research. The articles published in this collection identify some emergent themes that have subsequently established themselves as key trends among academics in the field.
Chinese food culture and culinary art being one of the major world traditions of antiquity, the discussion and publication of its development naturally attract significant attentions around the globe. The papers in this book form an integrated presentation in telling informative stories of how the Chinese cuisine spread overseas, settled in various parts of the world, and where the Chinese cuisine adapt, change, and been adopted into the local foodways. Several chapters discuss how Chinese cooking transformed into a foreign national cuisine as well. It is fitting to consider the present book a new and privileged category of academic work on the study of cuisines and global culinary culture.