Are you looking for a cookbook with 140 tasty and traditional Asian recipes?In this 2 books in 1 edition by Emma Yang you will learn how to prepare at home 140 Korean and Indian recipes for traditional and delicious food.
Author: Emma Yang
Are you looking for a cookbook with 140 tasty and traditional Asian recipes?In this 2 books in 1 edition by Emma Yang you will learn how to prepare at home 140 Korean and Indian recipes for traditional and delicious food. In the first book, Korean Cookbook, you will discover a world of 70 recipes for classic Korean food. Rice, vegetables, meat and obviously kimchi are the key ingredients of the Korean cuisines, which varies a lot from region to region but always use these basic ingredients for it dishes. Kimchi is a traditional side dish made of fermented salted vegetables like cabbage, garlic, onion and ginger, served with soups and made with different type of ingredients and spices. Soups, bowls and noodles are the main type of dishes in Korea so do not fall in the misconception that dogs or similar animals are eaten nowadays. Originally rice was very expensive and that's why grain has been the basic staple food for Korean people for centuries. It is widely used both as base for several dishes, side or worked in ancient pots for making cakes, both salty and sweet. Alongside kimchi, the most famous dishes are rich almost complete meals such as Bulgogi, marinated and grilled beef and Bibimbap, the most iconic Korean dish, famous for the strong contrasts of the colorful vegetables and the egg in the middle. In Korean Cookbook by Emma Yang you will learn: How to prepare 70 easy and tasty recipes from Korean 70 true recipes from classic and modern Korean dishes How to prepare the most icon Korean recipes at home If you want to cook easy and tasty recipes from South Korea and prepare traditional food at home for friends and family, this cookbook is for you! In the second book, Indian Cookbook by Emma Yang, you will learn how to cook at home traditional and modern Indian food. When it happens to eat Indian food dining out, the experience is often polarized. Often you are going to face a very spicy series of meat-based dishes, in which the chili overcomes all the other flavors. Other times, the ones that will be remembered, you embrace a deep and full experience made of tasty and balanced dishes, spiced but flavorful combination of rice and meat, fish and soups. If you follow the right recipes, you can have at home the second type of experience. It is way easier than what you can imagine and the ingredients can be easily found at the local supermarket. Indian food goes well beyond the world known dishes such as butter chicken and naan ready to bi dipped in curry sauces. Indian food is rich, balanced, never boring and respectful of the ingredients, that often include many vegetables, prepared with fine art in order to give the right balance to the dishes. In Indian Cookbook by Emma Yang you will learn: 70 recipes for preparing traditional Indian food at home How to cook real Indian dishes at home Easy to follow recipes for surprising friend and family If you love India and you want to get closer to the Indian culture with food, this cookbook is for you! Scroll up, click on buy it now and get your copy today!