Asian Salads: 72 Inspired Recipes from Vietnam, China, Korea, Thailand and India

Asian Salads: 72 Inspired Recipes from Vietnam, China, Korea, Thailand and India

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Asian Salads shows you how to prepare the amazing variety of delicious Asian vegetables, herbs, and seasonings found in your local supermarket, farmers market, and world food market. It presents 72 recipes that will excite and awaken your palate--and open up new food horizons

Dozens of fragrant herbs like cilantro, Thai basil, and lemongrass are combined with delicious fresh Asian vegetables like Napa cabbage, spicy kimchi, daikon, and many more

These healthy recipes are simple and very easy to prepare--based on classic dishes found in Vietnam, Thailand, India, China and Korea. Many of the salads have meat or seafood options, and are perfect as side dishes or as complete and satisfying one-dish meals Easy step-by-step instructions and photos provide shortcuts and substitutes to save you time.

Delicious salad recipes include:
  • Marinated Bean Sprouts with Black Vinegar Dressing
  • Cucumber Salad with Yogurt & Garlic Dressing
  • Korean White Fish Carpaccio
  • Crispy Pork with Watercress Salad
  • Pork, Kimchi and Leek Salad
  • Multiple homemade salad dressings and vinaigrettes

Simple enough for everyday meals and interesting enough for special occasions, you can't go wrong with these delicious Asian recipes

Author: Maki Watanabe
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Published: 08/24/2021
Pages: 96
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.95lbs
Size: 9.90h x 7.60w x 0.60d
ISBN: 9780804854993

About the Author
Maki Watanabe is recognized for her easy-to-understand recipes and her innovative combinations of ingredients and seasonings. She is active in the natural lifestyle community in a variety of ways, including her collaboration with SHOP to produce original kitchen utensils and clothing, as well as in magazines and books, advertisements, and on television. She has written many books in Japanese, including her two-time Recipe Book Award winner, Daily Side Salads.