From Asia's top chefs comes a selection of recipes that are both easy to prepare and delicious to eat. Savor the authentic flavors of Asian dishes presented by authors who have traveled the region gathering the best from each land -- from the spicy satays of Indonesia to the fragrant spring rolls of Saigon. The Food of Asia offers valuable insights into the history, culture and context of these ancient cuisines as well as presenting over 300 mouth-watering recipes from China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam.Wash the rice, drain and put in a saucepan or rice cooker. Pound the ... To make the chili sauce, blend the ingredients together until fine. ... Claypot Rice This Cantonese one-pot dish is very popular in the food stalls of Singapore and Malaysia.
|Title||:||The Food of Asia|
|Author||:||Kong Foong Ling|
|Publisher||:||Periplus Editions - 1998|