Quick & Easy Dim Sum Appetizers and Light Meals (Paperback) by Lew, Judy
Paperback; Published 9/7/2007; 104 Pages; ISBN 9784889962260
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Dim Sum and other types of small dishes continue to be one of our hottest culinary trends. These tasty little treats--from dumplings and spring rolls to buns, noodles and mini cakes--allow diners to sample a wide variety of dishes as a snack or a full meal.Now, Judy Lew, author of the two bestselling books in the Quick & Easy series, shows readers that Dim Sum are not only fun to eat--they're fun and simple to prepare and serve as well. Lew begins with Basic Hints (if the formation of a dumpling seems difficult at first, try to shape it in an easierstyle, it will taste just as delicious) and Preparations (Basic Bun Dough); then goes on to offer 50 individual recipes, grouped according to type: Buns-Rolls, Black Bean Sauce Variations, Siu Mai Spring Rolls, Seafood, Meat, Rice-Noodles and Confectionary. She also covers essentials like how tomake sweet and sour sauce, using a wok, steaming rice, making soup stock and preparing tea. The volume concludes with sections on menu planning, cooking methods, utensils and a glossary.
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