Synopses & Reviews
The wok is easily the most versatile cooking vessel ever invented. Its one-pan approach saves time and troubleand makes clean-up simpler, too. But what gives woks their worldwide popularity is the unbeatable food they produceas these 365 luscious dishes so richly prove. Wok-steamed fish delivers more taste, and wok-fried vegetables preserve more of their nutritional value than other methods. Better still, each of these tempting curries, stir-fries, and soups can be prepared in minutes. The lavishly illustrated recipes include green vegetable curry and spiced noodles, mussels in tomato broth, Hoisin duck with pancakes, and sesame and tahini spinach, and represent a range of great cuisines from Chinese and Indian to Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese.
Nicola Graimes is an experienced health, cookery and food writer. She is the author of over 20 books and winner of the Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the UK in the World Gourmand Awards 2002, and Best Family Cookbook in the UK in the World Gourmand Awards 2004 as well as a finalist in Le Cordon Bleu World Media Awards in 2007.