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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Absolute Press (22 May 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1472905679
  • ISBN-13: 978-1472905673
  • Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 1.4 x 24.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 179,264 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"I love MiMi Aye's Noodle! - comprehensive, well written and fascinating" (The Mail on Sunday)

"Recipes from a noodle wizard ... What MiMi Aye doesn't know about noodles isn't worth knowing" (The Daily Telegraph)

"I'm cooking my way through Noodle! by MiMi Aye and hope she'll forgive my free adaptation of this dish ... but thank you MiMi for the inspiration; great book" (The Times)

An obsession with food, especially Burmese cuisine, led to MiMi Aye starting the food blog meemalee.com in 2009 where she shares her culinary thoughts, recipes and reviews, with a particular focus on Asian food and culture. Popular posts include her recipe for the Burma's national dish mohinga, her easy kimchi recipe, her series about her Burmese upbringing, and her rant about confusion cuisine.

Due to her eloquent and often wry turn of phrase, her blog is now popular worldwide, although particularly in the Netherlands for reasons she has never been able to fathom.

Recommended by Lonely Planet and Time Out London, MiMi Aye has appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour and The Food Programme, and in the Telegraph, the Guardian, the Evening Standard, and Metro. Her recipes have been featured on Channel 4 Food to accompany the TV show 'Gordon Ramsay's Great Escapes'.

MiMi was born at the English seaside, but brought up with Burmese sensibilities. Having read Law at Cambridge, she qualified as a solicitor at a City law firm before going into legal and tax publishing.

She lives in Kent with her husband, her daughter, and a collection of gashapon.

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100 delicious noodle recipes make up this latest title in a series of essential books dedicated to simple, everyday eating.

About the Author

MiMi Aye is the writer of the food blog Meemalee (www.meemalee.com) and sometime Burmese chef. Recommended by Lonely Planet and Time Out, MiMi has appeared on BBC Radio 4's Food Programme, and in the Guardian, the Telegraph and Metro. Her recipes have been featured on Channel 4 Food to accompany the TV show Gordon's Great Escape. Noodle! is her first cookbook. Follow MiMi on twitter @meemalee.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By alekto72 VINE VOICE on 26 May 2014
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This is perhaps the best book on cooking noodles that I've yet found. It gives a run down of the types of noodle used in cuisines from Burma to Japan; from Korea to Indonesia with descriptions as to their appearance, how they're bought and how they should end up looking/tasting once they're cooked. The author then goes on to talk about making various stocks - vital for noodle soups - but also gives her recommendations for instant alternatives to making it at home.

The book's recipes are divided into Stir-Fries; Soups; Sauces (for noodles); Salads; and Snacks. Some are straightforward, some are more involved but none read as actually being difficult. With the Soup recipes in particular, the greatest investment is likely to be time: for example, the Tonkotsu Ramen recipe (Japanese) calls for the stock to be kept at a rolling boil for 7-8 hours! (I've tried it - it's well worth taking the extra time.)

A word of warning: a lot of the recipes call for ingredients you will need to buy from an Asian grocer as they aren't generally available in supermarkets. However, if you are a keen cook of Chinese/South-East Asian food (like me!) you'll probably have a lot of the longer life ingredients used in the recipes in your fridge/larder already.

This is definitely one of the more interesting pan-Asian cookery books I've found recently mostly due to there being so few concessions made to changing the recipes for English cooks. Because of this, it's possibly not a good first purchase for someone who has only just decided it's time to experiment with cooking something beyond noodles with "Chinese style stir-in sauce", but if you're a confident cook or have done some Chinese (Thai/Malaysian/Japanese etc.) cooking before, this book is highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Old Crow on 9 July 2014
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I always think the sign of a good cookbook is how battle-scarred it is, and my copy of Noodle! is already a splashed and battered veteran of the downstairs bookshelf of used books.

The recipes are varied and easy to follow, and the writer manages to explain things clearly without patronising. There is a good mix of quick recipes for mid-week meals, and longer recipes that let me pootle round the kitchen for a couple of hours on a Sunday.

Several of the recipes use ingredients that are easily available from Chinese supermarkets, and there is a useful glossary and stockists list at the back of the book, as well as a guide to the different types of noodles and secret weapon ingredients which really demystified the recipes.

I’ve cooked the seafood ribbon noodles, Burmese stir-fried noodles, pickled ginger, Drunken Noodles, Dan Dan Mian, cold sesame noodles, Beef Pho, and Tom Yum Soup (though in the interests of full disclosure I left out the noodles from that one) and they were all cooked without disaster ensuing and delicious to eat.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. J. Bramley on 5 Jun. 2014
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For someone keen on Far Eastern food and messing about in the kitchen, this is a great book. It's well laid out, well researched and intelligently written. The recipe I tried (though there were many, many recipes that appealed) was the pork ball with glass noodle soup. I followed it exactly, adding the pak choi and mushrooms suggested in the preface text for the last 5 minutes. It was easy to follow, the timings were accurate and I produced a bright, sharp, peppery and completely delicious bowl of filling soup. There are a number of recipes requiring specialist ingredients but the vast majority are available in my local Asian store or online. It's a pleasure to have such an intelligent and tummy-rumblingly seductive addition to my cookbook shelves. This one could quickly become very well thumbed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Apionid on 11 Jun. 2014
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This book is stuffed full of delicious recipes. The author's style is engaging and easy to follow, and I enjoyed reading the chatty, unpretentious preamble to each recipe. The instructions are excellent.

if you know your cloud ear from your shiitake and your store cupboard already contains fish sauce, various soy sauces, a large array of whole spices, and you know where to get hold of the likes of fresh galangal, you'll love this book.

If not, be aware that these are authentic dishes. That doesn't make them difficult but many of the ingredients are are not to be found in a provincial supermarket and few substitutions are suggested; It is not difficult to get hold of exotic ingredients these days thanks to the Internet but if you have no experience of Far Eastern cooking you might find this book a slightly daunting, not to mention expensive place to start.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Poppet on 10 July 2014
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This is a fantastic book, featuring classic recipes that you'll recognise from restaurants/takeaways, and ones you won't know but love the sound of and want to cook immediately!
Mimi Aye writes clearly and descriptively so you understand exactly what you are supposed to be doing at each step - think Delia style instructions.
Each recipe is introduced with a bit of history and background, and what I like most of all about it is the love and passion for every dish, it leaps off the page and you just know that the author truly knows and understands these recipes.

Buy it - you really won't be disappointed!
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