The Malaysian Kitchen

The Malaysian Kitchen Author Christina Arokiasamy
ISBN-10 9780544810020
Year 2017-03-21
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Irresistible Malaysian recipes for the American home cook, including curries, noodle bowls, stir-fries, street foods, and more A delicious and informal mashup of Southeast Asian and European influences, Malaysian cooking is full of flavor and easy to love. Chef and author Christina Arokiasamy brings it into the American home kitchen. This cuisine borrows from the traditions of Thailand, India, China, and Portugal for dishes as varied as Chili Prawns, Salmon Tandoori, Hainanese Chicken Rice, and Grilled Lamb with Rosemary Pesto. Christina gives recipes for authentic Malaysian favorites like Beef Rendang and Char Kway Teow Noodles, while also sharing her own modern iterations, such as Wok-Fried Spaghetti with Kale. An assortment of sambals and chili sauces—simply thrown together in a blender—get you started on your way to these dishes but are so tasty and versatile you’ll find yourself using them in the rest of your everyday cooking. Vivid on-location photography takes the reader into the spice markets, coffee houses, fishing villages, and kitchen gardens that inspired each recipe.

Malaysian Kitchen

Malaysian Kitchen Author Christina Arokiasamy
ISBN-10 0544809998
Year 2017-03-21
Pages 352
Language en
Publisher Houghton Mifflin
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More than 100 recipes from the culinary heart of Southeast Asia for the American home cook, including curries, noodle bowls, grilled and tandoori meats, stir-fries, street foods, and more.

Malaysia

Malaysia Author Ping Coombes
ISBN-10 9781681881850
Year 2017-04-25
Pages 248
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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When it comes to Southeast Asian fare, Malaysian cuisine is a hidden treasure. The winner of MasterChef 2014, Author Ping Coombes brings Malaysian cuisine into the spotlight, and from her family table to yours, in this beautiful and unique cookbook. Drawing inspiration from her mother and from the late-night stalls and street markets in her hometown of Ipoh, Ping has assembled 100+ authentic and accessible recipes that serve as the perfect introduction to the tastes, textures, and colors of Malaysian fare. Find new household favorites like Malaysian Shrimp Fritters, Chicken and Sweetcorn Soup, Spicy Shrimp and Vermicelli Salad, Nyonya Fried Rice, Chili Pan Mee, Caramel Pork Belly, Malaysian Chicken Curry and Potatoes, Quick Wonton Soup, Pan-fried Seabass with Kecap Manis, Chilli Crab with Fried Mantou, Crispy Squid, Malaysian Fish and Chips, Pork Macaroni, Coconut-filled Pancakes, Banana Spring Rolls, Iced Lemon Grass Tea, Chilli Dark and Stormy, and many more! Chapters include: My Pantry Pastes, Sambals, and Condiments Small Plates and Snacks Salads and Broths Rice and Noodles Fish and Seafood Vegetables and Eggs “English” Food Sweet Things Drinks So “‘sek fan la!"—"come and eat!” and enjoy your introduction to Malaysian cookery.

Malaysian Kitchen

Malaysian Kitchen Author Ghillie Basan
ISBN-10 1844768287
Year 2010
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher Southwater Pub
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A perfect collection of delicious, authentic recipes that represent the best of Malaysian cooking, with 80 mouthwatering recipes shown in over 350 tempting color photographs

Amazing Malaysian

Amazing Malaysian Author Norman Musa
ISBN-10 9781473523661
Year 2016-02-18
Pages 256
Language en
Publisher Random House
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Malaysian food is incredible. Think vibrant, healthy dishes with dazzling flavours and textures. With over 100 recipes - using ingredients that you can find in any supermarket - this is the ultimate guide to cooking Malaysian food at home. Try an authentic satay, an aromatic curry, a laksa, or simply the perfect fluffy coconut rice.

Malaysian Cooking

Malaysian Cooking Author Carol Selva Rajah
ISBN-10 9781462905621
Year 2012-02-28
Pages 112
Language en
Publisher Tuttle Publishing
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Cook spicy and fragrant dishes with this innovative and easy-to-follow Malaysian Cookbook. Carol Selva Rajah, a well respected authority and dedicated educator in the field of Asian culinary culture, honors her childhood memories of sweet-smelling and fragrant kitchen aromas in her newest Asian cookbook, Malaysian Cooking, which also features a foreword by David Thompson, winner of the James Beard Award and IACP Finalist for Thai Food. Since three quarters of what we taste comes from smell, Chef Carol understands that the aromas produced by our food are vitally important to the enjoyment that comes from eating. This is particularly evident of the Malaysian and Indonesian food recipes she includes in this book. To excite both the palate and sense of smell, Chef Carol predominantly uses Malaysia's most aromatic cooking ingredients—from sweet tamarind date chutney and cucumber mint raita to cashew nut and plum sauces—to prepare easy Malaysian and Indonesian foods that not only burst with flavor, but also overwhelm the kitchen with wonderful fragrances anyone would like to create. Original Malaysian recipes include: Vegetarian Fritters with Sweet Chilli Dip Basmati Rice with Spiced Chicken and Yoghurt Sweet Soy and Sambal Fried Chicken Grilled Prawns with Lemongrass Eggplant and Tofu with Sweet Spicy Bean Paste Black Rice Pudding with Ginger Coconut Cream Detailed with mouthwatering, dynamic photographs, this book is an inspired collection of new and traditional Malaysian dishes for anyone wishing to serve the best flavors of Malaysian cooking at home.

Rasa Malaysia

Rasa Malaysia Author Betty Saw
ISBN-10 9812041176
Year 1982
Pages 197
Language en
Publisher
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This book takes you on a voyage through Malaysia' culinary heritage where every state's best recipes are showcased. From Johor Iaksa to Penang acar, this book contains over 200 kitchen-tested recipes sourced from home kitchens to the royal kitchens.

Adventures in Starry Kitchen

Adventures in Starry Kitchen Author Nguyen Tran
ISBN-10 9780062438553
Year 2017-06-06
Pages 288
Language en
Publisher HarperCollins
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The behind-the-scenes story of America’s most famous underground restaurant, featuring more than eighty-eight deceptively simple and unbelievably delicious pan-Asian recipes and dozens of luscious full color photos. In 2008, as the American economy cratered, newly unemployed Nguyen Tran and his newly unemployed wife-to-be, Thi, opened an off-the-grid eatery in their small Los Angeles studio apartment. Word of their fabulous food quickly spread, turning their culinary "speakeasy," Starry Kitchen, into an underground sensation—and the #1 Asian fusion restaurant in L.A. on Yelp. Threatened by the city’s health inspector, Nguyen and Thi transformed Starry Kitchen into an acclaimed and wildly popular pop-up restaurant in a downtown sushi joint. But their success was only beginning. As their clientele exploded, thanks to raves in the Los Angeles Times, Nguyen and Thi moved to a bigger space of their own in Chinatown, where they helped make the neighborhood the epicenter of L.A.’s burgeoning food scene. Adventures in Starry Kitchen chronicles Starry Kitchen’s DIY evolution—"this beautiful accident gone right"—the mayhem, mishaps, misdemeanors, milestones, and amazing meals that have contributed to (and nearly derailed) its success. As they tell their story, the Trans share more than eighty-eight easy-to-follow pan-Asian recipes—mouthwatering and flavorful comfort cuisine, including Claypot Striped Bass, Buttermilk Beer Beignets, Singaporean Chili Crab, Double-Fried Chicken Wings and, of course, Starry Kitchen's trademark Crispy Tofu Balls. Whether you’re cooking for two, four, or sixty, Adventures in Starry Kitchen demonstrates you don’t have to be a desperately hip (or even trained) chef to master sensational modern food that will amaze and delight.

A Tiger in the Kitchen

A Tiger in the Kitchen Author Cheryl Tan
ISBN-10 9781401396565
Year 2011-02-08
Pages 288
Language en
Publisher Hachette UK
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"Starting with charred fried rice and ending with flaky pineapple tarts, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan takes us along on a personal journey that most can only fantasize about--an exploration of family history and culture through a mastery of home-cooked dishes. Tan's delectable education through the landscape of Singaporean cuisine teaches us that food is the tie that binds." --Jennifer 8. Lee, author of The Fortune Cookie Chronicles After growing up in the most food-obsessed city in the world, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan left home and family at eighteen for America--proof of the rebelliousness of daughters born in the Year of the Tiger. But as a thirtysomething fashion writer in New York, she felt the Singaporean dishes that defined her childhood beginning to call her back. Was it too late to learn the secrets of her grandmothers' and aunties' kitchens, as well as the tumultuous family history that had kept them hidden before In her quest to recreate the dishes of her native Singapore by cooking with her family, Tan learned not only cherished recipes but long-buried stories of past generations. A Tiger in the Kitchen, which includes ten authentic recipes for Singaporean classics such as pineapple tarts and Teochew braised duck, is the charming, beautifully written story of a Chinese-Singaporean ex-pat who learns to infuse her New York lifestyle with the rich lessons of the Singaporean kitchen, ultimately reconnecting with her family and herself. Reading Group Guide available online and included in the eBook.

Healing Sounds from the Malaysian Rainforest

Healing Sounds from the Malaysian Rainforest Author Marina Roseman
ISBN-10 0520913833
Year 1991-10-22
Pages 278
Language en
Publisher Univ of California Press
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Music and dance play a central role in the "healing arts" of the Senoi Temiar, a group of hunters and horticulturalists dwelling in the rainforest of peninsular Malaysia. As musicologist and anthropologist, Marina Roseman recorded and transcribed Temiar rituals, while as a member of the community she became a participant and even a patient during the course of her two-year stay. She shows how the sounds and gestures of music and dance acquire a potency that can transform thoughts, emotions, and bodies.

The Spice Merchant s Daughter

The Spice Merchant s Daughter Author Christina Arokiasamy
ISBN-10 9780307396280
Year 2008
Pages 231
Language en
Publisher Clarkson Potter
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A definitive guide to creatively blending and cooking with spices explains how to combine and use spices in both traditional and innovative ways and offers a tantalizing blend of one hundred recipes inspired by Southeast Asian cuisine that includes such dishes as Lemon Pepper Wings, Spicy Beef Salad, and Cardamom Butter Rice with Sultanas. 20,000 first printing.

Best of Malaysian Cooking

Best of Malaysian Cooking Author Betty Saw
ISBN-10 9789814561983
Year 2014-09-15
Pages 265
Language en
Publisher Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
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Best of Malaysian Cooking is an extensive collection of more than 200 authentic and traditional recipes sourced from all over Malaysia. From everyday home kitchens to the royal kitchens, this book showcases the best dishes from every state. Find irresistible favourites such as Teochew duck and five-spice meat rolls from Johor; babi pong tay and chicken debal from Melaka; bak kut teh and KL Hokkien mee from Selangor; sar hor fun and ayam rendang pedas from Perak; and crab curry and laksa from Penang among a host of other scrumptious dishes. With insightful introductions to the cuisine of each state and practical cooking hints and tips, Best of Malaysian Cooking is essential for anyone looking to explore the colourful world of Malaysian food and flavours.

Chicken and Rice

Chicken and Rice Author Shu Han Lee
ISBN-10 9780241278772
Year 2016-05-05
Pages 288
Language en
Publisher Penguin UK
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Southeast Asian food is fresh, easy and full of unforgettable flavours: Chicken and Rice will show you just how simple it is to make at home. Shu Han Lee moved to London from Singapore as a student. Homesick and hungry, she started teaching herself to cook the food she'd grown up with - Singaporean and Malaysian dishes, with a strong Chinese influence from her Hokkien Chinese mother. These recipes, from her mother's sesame oil chicken to ox cheek and venison rendang, are ones you will want to make time and time again. There are perfect midweek suppers rustled up in less time than it takes to order a takeaway, and healthier and better tasting at that: fennel and minced pork stir fry, fried hor fun noodles with kale and beansprouts or tom yum soup with mussels. For weekends, there are more adventurous projects: learn how to make your own steamed buns, egg noodles, or BBQ sambal lemon sole - a whole fish barbequed on banana leaves. Although these are Southeast Asian recipes, Shu's seasonal approach to the very best of UK produce is reflected throughout this book: from Brussels sprouts with smashed garlic and oyster sauce to no-churn rhubarb and condensed milk ice cream. There are also recipes that Shu has picked up on her travels throughout Southeast Asia, such as Vietnamese caramel pork ribs, Thai baked glass noodles with prawns and black pepperand Burmese chickpea tofu with fish sauce, lime and honey dressing.

Chinatown Kitchen

Chinatown Kitchen Author Lizzie Mabbott
ISBN-10 1784723231
Year 2017-06-01
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Mitchell Beazley
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Southeast Asian food is more popular than ever before, but what ARE all those mysterious ingredients in the southeastern section of the supermarket - or, even more so, in your nearest Southeast Asian market? Lizzie Mabbott identifies key ingredients, explains the differences between the 77 types of noodles (not counting "Pot") and tells you how to use them. AND she provides all the recipes you'll need to cook your own delicious meals at home using the tastiest ingredients from China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Japan and all across the region. So tuck in to the authentic (from Grilled Aubergines with Nuoc Cham to Chinese Chive Breads and Korean Summertime Noodles) or the inventive and absolutely delicious (Kimchi Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Tempura Soft-Shell Crab Burgers and Chinese Spag Bol), and cook your way around the Asian supermarket.

The Ketogenic Kitchen

The Ketogenic Kitchen Author Domini Kemp
ISBN-10 9781603586931
Year 2016-09-02
Pages 464
Language en
Publisher Chelsea Green Publishing
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Cancer survivors Domini Kemp and Patricia Daly offer the first comprehensive ketogenic cookbook based on the most exciting new research on nutritional approaches to the prevention and management of cancer. For decades, the ketogenic diet—which shifts the body’s metabolism from burning glucose to burning fat, lowering blood sugar and insulin and resulting in a metabolic state known as ketosis—has been used to successfully manage pediatric epilepsy. More recently, it has been used by the Paleo community as a weight loss strategy. Now emerging research suggests that a ketogenic diet, in conjunction with conventional treatments, also offers new hope for those coping with cancer and other serious disease. With endorsements from leading researchers and oncologists such as Dr. Thomas Seyfried (Cancer as a Metabolic Disease), The Ketogenic Kitchen offers more than 250 recipes, as well as meal plans and comprehensive scientific information about the benefits of a ketogenic diet, with sensible advice to help readers through periods of illness, recovery, and treatment. This North American paperback edition has been updated to include U.S. customary units of measure appearing side-by-side with metric measures.