Classic Tastes and Traditions of Indonesia and the Philippines

ISBN9781782141976
PublisherGranger Books PLC
PublishedNovember 6, 2018
Pages256
AuthorGhillie Basan
FormatPAPERBACK
Weight0.6 Kg.
Height8.6 in.
Width6.9 in.
Depth0.7 in.

Classic Tastes and Traditions of Indonesia and the Philippines

Ghillie Basan

PAPERBACK

November 6, 2018

Indonesia and the archipelago that forms the Philippines border each other, and have nurtured complementary if distinctive culinary traditions. Indonesian cuisine has a reliance on fragrant herbs and spices, while in the Philippines the Spanish influence is more evident. This cookbook brings together these two cuisines, fusing fresh ingredients, delicate flavours, spicy dishes and complex tastes. Hot and Sour Filipino Fish Soup, Indonesian Stir-Fried Noodles, Prawn Adobo, Bali Fried Chicken, and tender and fragrant Buffalo in Coconut Milk - the book not only includes a range of traditional and lesser-known dishes from the two regions, but discusses their origins with a fascinating introduction to the history, landscapes and traditions of both countries. The locally-used ingredients are examined in detail, with tips on where you can find exotic fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices for use in the recipes. There is a useful section on cooking techniques and utensils that will ease in even the most tentative cook. Vegetarian, fish and meat-lovers are all catered for, and there are sweets using exotic fruits and coconut. The 150 deliciously aromatic, spicy and occasionally fiery recipes are all explained step by step with 750 beautiful photographs, and every recipe includes a nutritional analysis of the energy, fat, protein, salt and fibre content for dietary planning. Delight your tastebuds with the sensational flavours of exotic Indonesia and the sun-soaked Philippines - the perfect recipe collection for cooks of all 

Get Indonesia and the Philippines, Classic Tastes and Traditions of : Sensational dishes from an exotic cuisine, with 150 authentic recipes demonstrated step by step in 700 beautiful photographs by Ghillie Basan and other cookbooks online and at Fully Booked bookstore branches in the Philippines.

Classic Tastes and Traditions of Indonesia and the Philippines

Ghillie Basan

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ISBN9781782141976
PublisherGranger Books PLC
PublishedNovember 6, 2018
Pages256
AuthorGhillie Basan
FormatPAPERBACK
Weight0.6 Kg.
Height8.6 in.
Width6.9 in.
Depth0.7 in.

Synopsis

Indonesia and the archipelago that forms the Philippines border each other, and have nurtured complementary if distinctive culinary traditions. Indonesian cuisine has a reliance on fragrant herbs and spices, while in the Philippines the Spanish influence is more evident. This cookbook brings together these two cuisines, fusing fresh ingredients, delicate flavours, spicy dishes and complex tastes. Hot and Sour Filipino Fish Soup, Indonesian Stir-Fried Noodles, Prawn Adobo, Bali Fried Chicken, and tender and fragrant Buffalo in Coconut Milk - the book not only includes a range of traditional and lesser-known dishes from the two regions, but discusses their origins with a fascinating introduction to the history, landscapes and traditions of both countries. The locally-used ingredients are examined in detail, with tips on where you can find exotic fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices for use in the recipes. There is a useful section on cooking techniques and utensils that will ease in even the most tentative cook. Vegetarian, fish and meat-lovers are all catered for, and there are sweets using exotic fruits and coconut. The 150 deliciously aromatic, spicy and occasionally fiery recipes are all explained step by step with 750 beautiful photographs, and every recipe includes a nutritional analysis of the energy, fat, protein, salt and fibre content for dietary planning. Delight your tastebuds with the sensational flavours of exotic Indonesia and the sun-soaked Philippines - the perfect recipe collection for cooks of all 

Get Indonesia and the Philippines, Classic Tastes and Traditions of : Sensational dishes from an exotic cuisine, with 150 authentic recipes demonstrated step by step in 700 beautiful photographs by Ghillie Basan and other cookbooks online and at Fully Booked bookstore branches in the Philippines.

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