This book remains my bible for the subject' Jay Rayner A fully revised and updated edition of Fuchsia Dunlop's landmark book on Sichuan cookery.
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Winner of the Fortnum & Mason Cookery Book Award 2020 Shortlisted for the Guild of Food Writers Award 2020 Shortlisted for the James Beard Award 2020 'Cookbook of the year' Allan Jenkins, OFM 'No one explains the intricacies of Sichuan food like Fuchsia Dunlop. This book remains my bible for the subject' Jay Rayner A fully revised and updated edition of Fuchsia Dunlop's landmark book on Sichuan cookery. Almost twenty years after the publication of Sichuan Cookery, voted by the OFM as one of the greatest cookbooks of all time, Fuchsia Dunlop revisits the region where her own culinary journey began, adding more than 50 new recipes to the original repertoire and accompanying them with her incomparable knowledge of the dazzling tastes, textures and sensations of Sichuanese cookery. At home, guided by Fuchsia's clear instructions, and using just a few key Sichuanese storecupboard ingredients, you will be able to recreate Sichuanese classics such as Mapo tofu, Twice-cooked pork and Gong Bao chicken, or try your hand at a traditional spread of cold dishes comprising Bang bang chicken, Numbing-and-hot dried beef, Spiced cucumber salad and Green beans in ginger sauce. With spellbinding writing on the culinary and cultural history of Sichuan and accompanied by gorgeous travel and food photography, The Food of Sichuan is a captivating insight into one of the world's greatest cuisines. 'This book offers an unmissable opportunity to utilise the wok and cleaver, brave the fiery Mapo tofu and expand your technique with pot-stickers and steamed buns' Yotam Ottolenghi
The Sichuan Cookbook features a collection of 88 recipes for regional Sichuan cooking, which is quintessentially málà (pinyin for “numbing and spicy").
Author: John Whalen
Publisher: Whalen Book Works
The Sichuan Cookbook features a collection of 88 recipes for regional Sichuan cooking, which is quintessentially málà (pinyin for “numbing and spicy"). Garlic, chili peppers, and Szechuan peppercorn give Sichuan food a flavor profile that is distinctively málà (pinyin for “spicy and numbing"). The Sichuan Cookbook celebrates its unforgettable sour-sweet-hot taste with a stunning array of recipes, from hot/cold appetizers and dry fry to noodles and hotpots. Try Dan Dan Noodles, Dry-Fried Green Beans, Sichuan Lobster, Mapo Doufu, and of course, the fiery Sichuan Hotpot—all of which require few ingredients and are ridiculously easy to make! With a complete history of the Sichuan Province, a map of the region (marked with key flavor profiles and signature dishes of cities and towns), and guide to dining and drinking culture in Sichuan, The Sichuan Cookbook provides 88 recipes and 60 photographs. Also included are cooking techniques, recipes for homemade ingredients, and a guide to stocking your Sichuan pantry that details key Sichuan ingredients and their fascinating histories. Fall in love with Sichuan food!
In this unforgettable food and travel memoir spanning the vibrant markets of Sichuan to the desert oases of Xinjiang, Fuchsia seeks to discover if it’s really possible for a Westerner to become a true convert to the Chinese cuisine .
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: Random House
A modern classic by Britain's foremost expert on Chinese food. Follow Fuchsia on her fascinating journey of discovery as she explores China and its culture through first-hand experiences of the country’s extraordinary culinary customs. The award-winning cook and food writer vows to eat everything offered to her on arriving in China (however unusual!), covering an eclectic range of weird and wonderful dishes, from dog meat, civet cats, scorpions and rabbit heads, to the ovarian fat of the snow frog! In this unforgettable food and travel memoir spanning the vibrant markets of Sichuan to the desert oases of Xinjiang, Fuchsia seeks to discover if it’s really possible for a Westerner to become a true convert to the Chinese cuisine ...
Representing the finest in cuisine from the Hunan Province of China, introduces a series of recipes--including numbing-and-hot chicken, Chairman Mao's red-braised pork, and a variety of vegetable stir-fries--along with culinary history, ...
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: W. W. Norton
Representing the finest in cuisine from the Hunan Province of China, introduces a series of recipes--including numbing-and-hot chicken, Chairman Mao's red-braised pork, and a variety of vegetable stir-fries--along with culinary history, lore, and anecdotes.
Evocatively written and featuring stunning recipe photography, this is an important new work celebrating one of China’s most fascinating culinary regions.
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
2017 Nominee for James Beard Cookbook Award: International 2017 Nominee for IACP Cookbook Award: International The lower Yangtze region, or Jiangnan, with its modern capital Shanghai, has been known since ancient times as a “land of fish and rice.” For centuries, local cooks have harvested the bounty of its lakes, rivers, fields, and mountains to create a cuisine renowned for its delicacy and beauty. In Land of Fish and Rice, Fuchsia Dunlop draws on years of study and exploration to present the recipes, techniques, and ingredients of the Jiangnan kitchen. You will be inspired to try classic dishes such as Beggar’s Chicken and sumptuous Dongpo Pork, as well as fresh, simple recipes such as Clear-Steamed Sea Bass and Fresh Soybeans with Pickled Greens. Evocatively written and featuring stunning recipe photography, this is an important new work celebrating one of China’s most fascinating culinary regions. Winner, 2016 Andre Simon award (UK) Winner, 2017 Cookbook of the Year (British Guild of Food Writers)
With stunning photography and clear instructions, this is an essential volume for beginners and connoisseurs alike.
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Fuchsia Dunlop trained as a chef at China's leading cooking school and is internationally renowned for her delicious recipes and brilliant writing about Chinese food. Every Grain of Rice is inspired by the healthy and vibrant home cooking of southern China, in which meat and fish are enjoyed in moderation, but vegetables play the starring role. Try your hand at blanched choy sam with sizzling oil, Hangzhou broad beans with ham, pock-marked old woman's beancurd or steamed chicken with shiitake mushrooms, or, if you've ever in need of a quick fix, Fuchsia's emergency late-night noodles. Many of the recipes require few ingredients and are startlingly easy to make. The book includes a comprehensive introduction to the key seasonings and techniques of the Chinese kitchen, as well as the 'magic ingredients' that can transform modest vegetarian ingredients into wonderful delicacies. With stunning photography and clear instructions, this is an essential volume for beginners and connoisseurs alike.
In his first book, critically acclaimed chef Andrew Wong introduces us to extraordinary, exceptional and unexpected dishes from across China.
Author: Andrew Wong
Publisher: Hachette UK
DECLARED "NO. 3 RESTAURANT IN THE UK" - 2017 NATIONAL RESTAURANT AWARDS 'a gorgeous cookbook filled with passion and soul' - Ken Hom From Lotus root crisps, Taiwanese popcorn chicken with basil and Baked pork buns to Crispy aromatic duck, Chilli barbecued five-spiced Dover sole and Singapore noodles, A. Wong - The Cookbook offers a host of new and exciting authentic Chinese recipes. Andrew Wong's philosophy is simple: maintain the fundamentals of the original Chinese recipes whilst adding an unmistakably 'Wong' spin to it. For Andrew Wong, cooking is all about inclusiveness; cooking and creating a meal is an act of love and friendship, which is perhaps why his restaurant in London's Victoria is so incredibly popular. This unmissable new cookbook introduces a way of eating Chinese that is unlike any other. Praise for A.Wong: 'The joy of A. Wong...and it is a joy - is in the detail' - Lisa Markwell, The Independent 'You know what this is? This is Modern British Chinese, and I think the first of it I have ever seen' - Giles Coren, The Times 'Presentation is delicious. A nest of shredded filo cradles slow-cooked, tea-smoked eggs dusted with satay powder. If that's not sensory overload enough, a burning stick of cinnamon breathes scented smoke over it' - Marina O'Loughlin, Guardian
Sichuan cuisine is one of the Eight Great Traditions of Chinese cooking. Beloved by people in and outside Sichuan, Sichuan restaurants can be found ...
Author: Sean Williams
Named one of New York Times Top-20 Cookbooks of 2006. Have you ever wanted to host a full evening of Indian food, culture, and music? How about preparing a traditional Balinese banquet? Or take a trip to Cairo and enjoy an Egyptian feast? The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook takes you around the world on a culinary journey that is also a cultural and social odyssey. Many cookbooks offer a snapshot of individual recipes from different parts of the world, but do nothing to tell the reader how different foods are presented together, or how to relate these foods to other cultural practices. For years, ethnomusicologists have visited the four corners of the earth to collect the music and culture of native peoples, from Africa to the Azores, from Zanzibar to New Zealand. Along the way, they've observed how music is an integral part of social interaction, particularly when it's time for a lavish banquet or celebration. Foodways and cultural expression are not separate; this book emphasizes this connection through offering over thirty-five complete meals, from appetizers to entrees to side dishes to desserts and drinks. A list of recommended CDs fills out the culinary experience, along with hints on how to present each dish and to organize the overall meal. The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook combines scholarship with a unique and fun approach to the study of the world's foods, musics, and cultures. More than just a cookbook, it is an excellent companion for anyone embarking on a cultural-culinary journey.
" "Among this book's unique features: a pantry section that describes all the ingredients you need to make the recipes; detailed lists of the 23 recognized flavor combinations and 56 cooking methods used in Sichuanese cuisine; 16 color ...
Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Category: Cooking, Chinese
"Now, for the first time in the English language, she has given us a cookbook gathered on the spot from the kitchens of Sichuan. Useful for the enthusiastic beginner as well as the experienced cook, Land of Plenty teaches not only how to prepare the Sichuan recipes but also the art of chopping and how to appreciate the textures of dishes. Cook up a genuine Pock-Marked Mother Chen's Bean Curd or a Twice-Cooked Pork, make the fiery Dan Dan Noodles that are traditionally sold by Sichuanese street vendors. Try out delicious and easy-to-make recipes for appetizers like Sweet-and-Sour Red Peppers and Beef Slivers with Sesame Seeds or take on the challenge of the famous Tea-Smoked Duck. And if you like to read cookbooks, just curl up in bed and savor the stories and adventures that will transport you to another world." "Among this book's unique features: a pantry section that describes all the ingredients you need to make the recipes; detailed lists of the 23 recognized flavor combinations and 56 cooking methods used in Sichuanese cuisine; 16 color pictures of the ingredients and finished dishes; a double-page map of the region; and Chinese characters throughout, useful for shopping. Land of Plenty won the British Guild of Food Writers Jeremy Round Award. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
Sichuan Chilli Shrimp The people of Sichuan (Szechwan) like their dishes hot and spicy. Chicken and shrimp are almost always cooked until fragrant with ...
Author: Anjan Chatterjee
Publisher: Random House India
Category: Literary Collections
The Mainland China Cookbook includes all the beloved restaurant chain’s favourite dishes and teaches you how to whip up the perfect Chinese meal in your kitchen. Spicy Hunan prawns, quick fried snow peas with garlic pearls, chicken with chilli and cashewnuts, lamb with cumin, hot and sour soup—try these and more. Accompanied with notes on the main regional styles, techniques and tips for easy cooking, and a list of suppliers in all major metros, The Mainland China Cookbook is the ultimate Chinese cookbook for your Indian kitchen.
With The Shun Lee Cookbook, even novices have nothing to worry about. All the recipes have been tested and modified for home kitchens. If adapting a recipe for the home—like Beijing duck—proved to be impossible, Tong omitted it.
Author: Michael Tong
Publisher: Harper Collins
Until the 1960s, nearly all Chinese food served in the United States was Cantonese. Egg Foo Yung. Barbecued Spareribs. Egg Drop Soup. But with the opening of his Shun Lee restaurants more than forty years ago, Michael Tong and his chefs introduced the spicy regional foods of Sichuan and Hunan and the red-cooked dishes of Shanghai to New Yorkers—and eventually to all of the United States. Crispy Orange Beef. Lake Tung Ting Prawns. Crispy Sea Bass. Dry Sautéed String Beans. Hot and Sour Cabbage. Scallion Pancakes. These dishes originated at Shun Lee, and are now on nearly every Chinese restaurant menu across North America. Now, in his first cookbook, Tong shares his most popular recipes from the Hunan, Sichuan, and Shanghai regions of China. Who says Chinese food is difficult to prepare at home? With The Shun Lee Cookbook, even novices have nothing to worry about. All the recipes have been tested and modified for home kitchens. If adapting a recipe for the home—like Beijing duck—proved to be impossible, Tong omitted it. The result is a collection of easy-to-make but dazzling dishes. And perhaps the best part is that they can all be made with ingredients found in supermarkets everywhere. Chinese favorites such as Hot and Sour Soup, Sichuan Boiled Dumplings, Dry Sautéed Green Beans, and Kung Pao Shrimp are included. There are also new dishes such as Peppery Dungeness Crab, Singapore-Style Rice Noodles with Curry, Red-Cooked Beef Short Ribs, and Hunan Lamb with Scallions. In addition to the recipes The Shun Lee Cookbook includes tips for stocking home pantries with Chinese staples, and there are more than fifty color photographs of the finished dishes throughout. Why order takeout when you can take home The Shun Lee Cookbook?
With its clear photography and easy to read recipes, Spicy Sichuan Cooking contains everything you need to make over 30 healthy and authentic Sichuan dishes.
Author: Daniel Reid
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
With its clear photography and easy to read recipes, Spicy Sichuan Cooking contains everything you need to make over 30 healthy and authentic Sichuan dishes. This cookbook features spicy recipes from all over the famous province. Spicy Sichuan Cooking has recipes for seafood, meat, poultry, soups, snacks, vegetables, and more. Recipes include: Prawns with sweet chili sauce Gung Bao chicken Hot and sour soup Ma po tofu Pea shoots with garlic and ginger Minced chicken in a pumpkin Twice cooked pork Seafood and mixed vegetables And many more Sichuan favorites! Also included are unit conversion tables, dual measurements, over 30 detailed photos, and basic Sichuan ingredients. Each recipe includes cook time, prep time, and serving sizes. Enjoy!
Have you ever eaten Szechuan food? It's often fiery and hot. Can you recreate that fire at home? You'd be surprised at just how close you can come to doing just that. Szechuan cuisine, also known as Sichuan cooking, is named for the region in China from which it comes. It's such a flavorful type of cooking, incorporating many ingredients like chili sauce, black vinegar, Shaoxing wine and garlic. Some of the ingredients we'll use in this cookbook were adopted for the cuisine because of the poor weather in the Szechuan region. They have a great deal of rain and high humidity, so they use red pepper and chilies in many of their dishes. They help in reducing the dampness of the dishes, which is why their dishes are usually quite hot. The appeal of Szechuan cuisine goes beyond its pungency. The region offers fish dishes and they have more beef dishes than many other regions of China. Szechuan cuisine utilizes many different methods of cooking to make the most of the meats, vegetables and other ingredients in their dishes. They include stir-frying, saut�ing, soaking in water, frying and dry-braising.Once you've made a couple Szechuan dinners, you'll be hooked. Turn the page and let's get cooking...
Release on 2021-11-02 | by Editors of Cider Mill Press
The Spicy Cookbook teaches you how to do just that, supplying exhilarating flavors that will affect your entire approach in the kitchen.
Author: Editors of Cider Mill Press
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
Spice things up in the kitchen, and set your tastebuds ablaze with delight with The Spicy Cookbook! For many, food can’t get hot enough. The Spicy Cookbook is a cookbook destined for these fiery fanatics, focusing on the chiles and spices that set the tastebuds ablaze with delight. With over 100 recipes featuring blistering favorites such as Szechuan-style beef, Korean’s beloved bulgogi, and Nashville’s famed hot chicken, these recipes are certain to get you thinking about cooking in an entirely new way. As the world’s best chefs know, it pays to be willing to be bold when the time comes to raise the temperature. The Spicy Cookbook teaches you how to do just that, supplying exhilarating flavors that will affect your entire approach in the kitchen.
Some show characteristic Sichuan spice. ... for 6 to 8 servings as part of a multicourse meal or 8 to 10 servings as an appetizer dish. n 68 THe HAkkA Cookbook.
Author: Linda Lau Anusasananan
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Traces the history of Hakka cuisine from its roots in China to the many different migration locations of the Hakka people, describing how the cuisine changed in each region, and provides Hakka recipes from all over the world.
Its Sichuan version is a seriously popular dish, often served at special events. 'The ribs are really, really tender but crispy on the outside and the ...
Author: Broadsheet Media
Broadsheet is the go-to arbiter of taste when it comes to where and what to eat in Melbourne. Here, for the first time, they present the recipes for their pick of the best dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner from its cafes and restaurants. Featured cafes and restaurants include: * The Premises * Chez Dre * Supernormal * Huxtaburger * Mamasita * Pope Joan * Chin Chin * The European * The Everleigh * Cumulus * Tonka * Izakaya Den * Town Mouse * Vue de Monde * Dainty Sichuan * Ladro * The Estelle * Pierre Roelofs * Burch & Purchese * Gerald's Bar *