Book: Cooking Chinese Takeaway Food at Home by Paul Highamcategories: Book, Takeaway Food, Chinese Recipes, Stir Fry Secrets, Chinese Takeaway Cooking, Takeaway Secrets, Chinese Cooking
Paul Highamabout this book: In a lot of ways attempting to cook any Chinese takeaway meal at home is usually a disappointment. No matter how carefully you follow the instructions in a Chinese food recipe book, it is unlikely to taste the same as your local takeaway. This is due to the fact that takeaways use completely different recipes to that of restaurants due to cost, speed and historically speaking, ingredients available.
With years of cooking at many Chinese takeaways, learning the recipes and skills that are involved in producing a satisfying authentic takeaway meal, Paul Higham has revealed the secrets behind the takeaway meals.
Simple easy to follow recipes with detailed explanations as well as overviews of the different cooking methods allow you to recreate your favourite Chinese takeaway food using everyday ingredients at home. The only real equipment needed is a good wok, and there is a chapter devoted to the care and use of your wok.
As this book is available on the kindle, updates will be available as new recipes are added and it's possible to request additional recipes at the website.
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