Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Enjoy your favorite Chinese dishes at home tonight - and not a takeout menu in sight! Author Nancie McDermott shows you how to bring the delicious flavors of China into your kitchen with ingredients that are readily available and using just a few simple techniques. The vibrant flavors of Grilled Ginger Shrimp are terrific with Tangy Plum Sauce for dipping. Shredded Pork and Napa Cabbage Soup is a Taiwanese specialty and a speedy, satisfying dinner.The sweet-salty flavors of Five-Spice Roast Chicken tastes great right away or as part of a picnic lunch the next day. For those who like their dishes hot, Spicy Beef with Eggplant and Fresh Mint makes for a tantalizing meal. And all the familiar restaurant classics like Cashew Chicken, Hot and Sour Soup, Egg Foo Yong - even Fortune Cookies - are simplified for easy home cooking. With a helpful glossary defining a few of the more unusual ingredients and a source list of where to find them, plus menu ideas that make putting together a whole meal as easy as preparing the recipes themselves, "Quick & Easy Chinese" predicts a sensational Chinese meal in your future.