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Steven Raichlen's Healthy Latin Cooking: 200 Sizzling Recipes from Mexico, Cuba, Caribbean, Brazil, and Beyondby Steven Raichlen
Synopses & Reviews
"Latin with less fat! And loads of flavor. No Latin cookbook collection would be complete without this one from Steven Raichlen."--Douglas Rodriguez, author of Nuevo Latino and chef-owner of Patria restaurant in New York City
"Sometimes we are forced to choose between flavor and health. Not anymore! Steven Raichlen unites great taste and good health in a clear and simple way."--Giovanna Huyke, food columnist, author, and television host of La Cocina de Giovanna
"Steven Raichlen has done it. He has managed to keep the flavor in our traditional dishes while at the same time making them heart- and waist-healthy. His cooking secrets are explained here in full."--Cristina Saralegui, television host of El Show de Cristina
From the author of the award-winning "Miami Spice" comes a paperback version of his cookbook that turns favorite Latin dishes into healthy meals bursting with flavor and fun. Steven Raichlen has taken 200 traditional Latin recipes and removed the fat--but not the fun. 75 two-color illustrations.
The New Look of Latin-- Lighter, Quicker, Better
Three Empanadas (Pages 80, 81, and 82)
Midnighter Sandwich (Page 182)
Flan (Page 300)
Also available in Spanish under the title Salud y Sazón.
Latin American food is famous for its vibrant colors and explosive flavors, and Americans have a passion for salsa, tortillas, and tacos. However, we also tend to prepare these foods with large amounts of lard, salt, and deep-fat frying. Steven Raichlen, master of delicious, low-fat Latin cooking, has taken 200 traditional Latin recipes and removed the fat-- but not the fun!
Celebrate your own fiesta with the savory spices of Raichlen's more than 200 tempting recipes. From guacamole to Mexican hot chocolate, Raichlen blends his thorough knowledge of Latin America's diverse cuisine with his time-tested skill in healthy cooking.
Also available in Spanish under the title Salud y Saz.
About the Author
Steven Raichlen is the author of Miami Spice, winner of the IACP/Julia Child award for Best Regional American Cookbook in 1994. He lives in Miami and studies cuisines throughout the world.
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