|Statement||Terry Tan ; photographs by Andrew Merewether.|
|LC Classifications||TX724.5.C5 T3616 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||84940100|
The Chinese have a long tradition of using herbs and spices to boost a dish’s flavor (and provide nutritional benefits). You can now find many Chinese herbs and spices at supermarkets and specialty food stores. For Chinese culinary creations, you can’t go wrong with these Chinese herbs and spices: Chinese five-spice powder: The Chinese have [ ]. Cooking with Chinese Herbs brings the rich and life-enhancing legacy of Chinese herbs to your table. Prized for thousands of years by the Chinese for their health-giving properties, these natural ingredients are at the centre of growing interest and research around the world today/5(2). "Cooking with Chinese Herbs" brings the rich and life-enhancing legacy of Chinese herbs to your table. Prized for thousands of years by the Chinese for their health-giving properties, these natural ingredients are at the centre of growing interest and research around the world today. This book is an indispensable guide to a time-honoured. Top 15 of the Most Effective Chinese Herbs Used Today and Red Reishi alus. (more items).
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Traditional Chinese herbal recipes deliver therapeutic ingredients to the body. The following page includes recipes for two common forms of herbal medicine. How to Make a Traditional Herbal Decoction. The strongest herbal medicines are in the form of decoctions. A decoction is a concentrated herbal tea made by boiling herbs in water. Fresh mint get's a surprising amount of play in Chinese cooking and it is not a flavor you would think of adding adding to meat dishes but tastes amazing. There is a dish from Guizhou province that is made by stir-frying thinly-sliced beef with a little dried . cooking, melt the butter in a saucepan and add the chervil and celery salt. When the carrots are cooked, drain; discard the garlic. Add the carrots, grapes, and lemon juice to the butter, stir to coat, and heat just until the grapes are warm. Serve as a side dish with chicken or turkey. Makes 12 servings. Wrap fresh herbs in damp paper tow-els. Basil is one of the most important culinary herbs. Sweet basil, the most common type, is redolent of licorice and cloves. Basil is used in the south of France to make pistou; its Italian cousin, pesto, is made just over the in sauces, sandwiches, soups, and salads, basil is in top form when married to tomatoes, as in the famous salad from the island of Capri—Insalata Caprese.