Street Food: Mouth-watering recipes for quick bites and mobile snacks from around the world
I love the idea of street food. This book is full of fun, flavorful, fulfilling recipes, from countries around the world. Most recipes are made with ingredients that are easily accessible here in the States. The recipes are easy-to-follow, straightforward explanations for how to prepare each meal. There are no complicated techniques that only a chef would know how to perform.
It was also useful to have a brief description of each meal at the top of the page. Using that tool, it was easy to decide if that recipe was one I would like to try.
As for the taste, every recipe I taste-tested was absolutely delicious. The flavors were unique to the continent from which they originated. I liked the opportunity to cook food from places I have never traveled to. Some of my favorite recipes were jerk chicken, pork tamales, crispy garlic chive chicken wontons, ramen with tempura prawns, and bbq pork-belly skewers. I would highly recommend this cookbook to any food enthusiast who would like to add a little bit of variety to his or her menu.
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|Author||Ryland Peters & Small|
|Page Count||160 pages|
|Publisher||Ryland, Peters & Small|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|