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Chinese Cooking for Dummies

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Have you ever had a craving for fried dumplings or hot and sour soup at midnight? Ever wonder how your local Chinese takeout makes their food taste so good--and look so easy to make? Still don't know the difference between Sichuan, Cantonese, and Mandarin cooking? Discovering how to cook the Chinese way will leave you steaming, stir-frying, and food-styling like crazy! The ...more
ebook, 360 pages
Published April 18th 2011 by For Dummies (first published October 6th 2000)
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Carmen
Aug 05, 2008 Carmen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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When Dutch took me to Chinatown to pick up a wok, I noticed that the Wok Shop featured a whole shelf of Martin Yan cookbooks. I thought that they had those out just for the tourists. When I went to the library to research Asian cookbooks, after a few kitchen trials, the Yan recipes stood out by far. They usually require a reasonable number of ingredients and all the particularly Asian things I picked up for them I still use regularly. I am even a fan of fish sauce now. Its smells like armpits, b ...more
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May 12, 2013 Alexander Case rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This is probably the most informative and most helpful cookbook I've found on how to make Chinese food for someone who had never made Chinese food before.
Katrinka
Still my go-to cookbook for Chinese food. Learning from this book has inspired me to venture to cook from other, more complicated Chinese cook books. When I first married my husband five years ago, I had no experience cooking Asian foods at all and when he asked me to make a stir-fry I had no idea how to proceed. Unfortunately I did not yet have a copy of this book and my stir fry was a soggy mess. I had cooked all the ingredients to death! I decided I needed help and this book did just that--th ...more
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Martin Yan (Chinese: 甄文達) is a Chinese-born Hong Kong-American chef and food writer. He has hosted his award-winning PBS-TV cooking show Yan Can Cook since 1982.
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