Cooking from China’s Fujian Province

Cooking from China’s Fujian Province Fujian, a province in southeastern China, boasts a distinct culinary tradition that enjoys a thousand year old recorded history but is barely known in the Western world This collection of 200 easy to follow, authentic recipes provides the perfect introduction to this unique cuisine Fujianese cuisine makes marvelous use of the foods and herbs found in the region s mountains, flatlands, and on the coast The staples rice, wheat, and sweet potatoes are featured in these sweet and pungent flavored dishes Buddha Jumping the Wall, a famous specialty, is made with shark s fin, scallops, chicken, mushrooms, yams, scallions, and much Popular Fujianese dishes such as Crossing Bridge Noodles, New Year Money Bags, and Steamed Sea Cucumber Pockets are highlighted Also included are fascinating cultural and historical notes, handy glossaries of equipment and ingredients, and suggested menus for everyday meals and holidays Eight pages of color photographs bring the foods of Fujian to life New Download Cooking from China’s Fujian Province [ Author ] Jacqueline M. Newman [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] –

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 258 pages
  • Cooking from China’s Fujian Province
  • Jacqueline M. Newman
  • English
  • 13 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Cooking from China’s Fujian Province

  1. says:

    This started out as a very interesting read, but I agree with other reviewers that the ingredients are going to be very difficult to find I did enjoy some of the cultural references But about the actual recipes they are quite offbeat And I m never, ever, ever going to cook anyt...

  2. says:

    Basically nothing in this book is accessible to the cook that doesn t live in Asia.

  3. says:

    This book is interesting, and some of the recipes seem promising, though there seem to be mistakes in some of the recipes There are also some factual statements which I m pretty sure are wrong.

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