Steamy Kitchen's Healthy Asian Favorites

Steamy Kitchen s Healthy Asian Favorites Steamy Kitchen creator Jaden Hair top Asian cooking blogger gives a healthy and truly inspired overhaul to than classic Asian recipes making them accessible and easy for home cooks As the creat

  • Title: Steamy Kitchen's Healthy Asian Favorites
  • Author: Jaden Hair
  • ISBN: 9781607742708
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • Steamy Kitchen creator Jaden Hair, top Asian cooking blogger, gives a healthy and truly inspired overhaul to than 120 classic Asian recipes, making them accessible and easy for home cooks.As the creator of the beloved blog Steamy Kitchen, Jaden Hair knows how to make Asian food accessible and exciting to home cooks Now, with humor and a can do attitude, Jaden presentSteamy Kitchen creator Jaden Hair, top Asian cooking blogger, gives a healthy and truly inspired overhaul to than 120 classic Asian recipes, making them accessible and easy for home cooks.As the creator of the beloved blog Steamy Kitchen, Jaden Hair knows how to make Asian food accessible and exciting to home cooks Now, with humor and a can do attitude, Jaden presents this collection of her quick and flavorful recipes for healthy Asian dishes, most of which are naturally gluten free and light on meat With her infectious passion for cooking, Jaden teaches you how to shop for the best Asian ingredients, stock your pantry to streamline weeknight meals, and master delicious Asian cooking at home Featuring good enough to eat photography shot by Jaden herself, this book speaks to a new wave of healthy eaters without sacrificing flavor, ease, and fun Jaden makes Asian foods seem approachable, not intimidating, and also offers new material for experienced Asian cooks looking to expand their repertoires Doing away with gloppy sauces, oily stir fries, and high calorie counts, these vibrant and unquestionably unique dishes are inspired makeovers of authentic dishes from China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam Recipes such as Chicken Mango Lettuce Cups, Seafood Curry Noodle Soup, Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Grilled Tofu, Korean Tacos My Way, and a Thai inspired Peach and Basil Smoothie are perfectly suited for everything from casual dinners to impromptu parties and gatherings.Jaden s conversational style will make you feel as if you have a knowledgeable friend in the kitchen, guiding you through the process With Jaden on your side, you can learn to cook fast, fresh, tasty Asian dishes that family and friends from seasoned foodies to picky kids will enjoy and request time and time again

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    1. Jaden Hair’s blog Steamy Kitchen is well-known for its easy, simple, and healthy Asian recipes. In my experience, if there’s a dish that I want to replicate from the Chinese or Thai or Vietnamese restaurant, Jaden’s recipes are a reliable go-to guide to get started. The cookbook maintains that same easy and healthy feel, featuring dishes that pack a lot of flavor for not a lot of fat.I like that the recipes feature vegetables prominently. She includes several sections that would be perfect [...]

    2. A glossy full page photo for almost every recipe, yay! Liked the author's focus on healthier and simple Asian recipes. Also her use of quinoa, brown rice and not so much white rice. I would have liked to see the nutritional information (calories, fiber, etc.) for each recipe. There are even some beverages. While I usually go out for Asian and Indian food (so many ingredients!), these recipes will have me doing some more Asian cooking at home.Already plan on making:*asian slaw with wasabi soy dre [...]

    3. Great recipes that are healthy and not too difficult. I ended up making 6 recipes which were all good. My favorites were the hot and sour soup, quick kimchi, and the blackened tofu with ginger ponzu sauce.

    4. Far too many dishes from many Asian lands fall into the "too difficult, too involved" category and that can be a great shame. Asian food can have a tremendous variety of flavours, colours, tastes and inspirations. Maybe this book can help?Set out to provide one hundred fast, fresh and simple dishes - if you were to form a decision based on the first snack shown in a wonderful colour photograph you might be cynical, saying that surely THAT is not simple to make! After a fairly interesting, if not [...]

    5. I like this book it is a paperback format with very attractive photographs. Most of the 100 recipes have less than six (6) ingredients which makes for fast & easy preparation.Contents include: Foreword; Introduction; 9 chapters of recipes; Ingredients; Acknowledgements; about the author; Measurement conversions; and IndexSoups: Mom's chicken stock; seafood stock; miso soup; dashi; Thai tom yum; Healing ginger chicken soup; & Tofu mushroom miso soupPickles & Sauces: Shrimp & cucum [...]

    6. ------ I received this book from Edelweiss and the publisher for my honest review------This is a wonderful cookbook, with tons of pictures and recipes that are not to complex to even consider attempting. Each recipe comes with a beautiful colorful picture so you know what the finial product should look like. The recipes might have a handful of ingredients, but I haven't fond any that send me on a treasure hunt to find. The instructions are presented in a way that makes sense, and for the more co [...]

    7. First of all I have to admit that the cover made me a little weary as it looked a bit fancy. However flicking through the pages I realized that these was all the recipes for the kinds dishes (noodles and otherwise) we enjoy when we eat out. Even DH had a scroll through the amazing photos and announced his approval.The recipes were super easy to follow.This is definitely a book worth keeping in the kitchen for easy, healthy and tasty week night meals!Disclaimer: I received a digital copy of Steam [...]

    8. Very empowering and down to Earth guide to pan Asian food. Uses some of the same techniques touted by Fuschia Dunlop (Eggs with Pow Pow sauce is the same thing Fuschia raves about on greens in her latest), but in a laid back food bloggery way. Also, if you are trying to feed kids or to gather your ingredients from a non-Asian grocery, all these recipes will be accessible to you.

    9. I can't wait to make something out of this book! (This week - it's gonna be those Cauliflower "Steaks" with Ginger-Soy Sauce, and I can't wait!!) Good to see a recipe for ponzu - I can't find anywhere that sells it here.Gorgeous pictures; lots of nice looking meat and vegetarian recipes - simple but tasty looking!

    10. Pictures of Recipes? Almost all.Commentary on Recipes? Yes.Nutrition Facts? Nope.Recipe Style? Very healthy looking, straightforward, veggie heavy.Any Keepers? A few.

    11. Book provided by there publisher.This is full of great, easy, healthy and we can't forget yummy meals. A definite must have for anyone who loves Asian food

    12. Wonderful recipes that seemed simple to make. Now if I could get my head around eating tofu I would be all good. Hair is an outstanding foodie and I can't wait to try some of her combinations.

    13. I enjoy Jaden's style. Will probably not make much from this cookbook due to lack of confidence, although it is family-cook friendly.

    14. Delicious recipes that are easy to find in a non-Asian grocery store which is a plus for me not always being able to get to the local Asian grocery store.

    15. This has several full page photos, which I really like in cookbooks. It also very easy recipes that I feel like I could make, and I am horrible at cooking. Enjoyed it a lot!

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