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    The Noodle Cook Book: Delicious Recipes for Crispy, Stir-Fried, Boiled, Sweet, Spicy, Hot and Cold Noodles

    by:
    Kunumi, Hayter




    Publisher:
    Book Sales
    Published: August 1996
    ISBN: 0785805532
    Format:Hardcover
    Pages:128


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    Book Description
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    Tired of spaghetti and meatballs for dinner? Looking for a new pasta fix? Kurumi Hayter's The Noodle Cookbook will introduce you to a whole new noodle world--the cuisines of Japan, China, and Southeast Asia. Divided by type of dish rather than by region, you'll find Hot Noodle Soups, Cold Noodle Dishes, Stir-Fried Noodles, and Noodles with Toppings--more than 100 recipes that range from the simple Stir-Fried Udon with Yakisoba Sauce from Japan to the sophisticated Creamy Coconut Noodle Soup from Malaysia. A side benefit of these tasty Asian noodle dishes is that many of the recipes are extremely low in fat, without any goofy substitutes. If you don't live close to a market with Asian ingredients, Hayter provides recipes for basic broths and sauces, and even instructions on how to make your own fresh Udon. (It's easier than you think!) Beautiful color photographs on every page help those unfamiliar with the cuisines presented understand how to compose the dishes. Put down your Penne Arrabiata and try some Thai Fried Vermicelli with Red Curry Paste from The Noodle Cookbook tonight. --Rebecca A. Staffel

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    An ultimate recipe book of noodles contains a wide range of dishes that encompasses everything from wheat and rice to egg and bean thread noodles, examines the symbolic role of the noodle in history, and celebrates the noodle's versatility.


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