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Mexican Food Made Simple Hardcover – 4 Mar 2010
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'Mexican food is one of the world's great cuisines and there is no one I'd rather read on the subject than Tommi. I love her writing and the recipes in this book are wonderful too' (Tom Parker Bowles, Market Kitchen)
'When I read this book I wanted to cook from it immediately ... then jump on a plane to Oaxhaca. Colourful and inviting, full of scrummy-looking and achievable recipes, it's for anyone who likes their food vibrant, healthy and ballsy...just like the author!' (Allegra McEvedy)
'A world away from Tex-Mex sizzling fajitas with cheesy nachos, Thomasina Miers, former MasterChef champ and Wahaca restaurant founder, is bringing a large slice of genuine Mexico to the mainstream' (Delicious)
Perfect for summer, this book from the MasterChef 2005 winner is full of easy flavourful recipes. (BBC Good Food Magazine)
A great introduction to the breadth of real Mexican cooking, which goes way beyond the Tex-Mex cliches. (Delicious)
Cook authentic Mexican food at home with top chef and food writer Thomasina Miers's simple, accessible recipes.See all Product description
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If you like large type that you can read from across a kitchen then this book wins.
On the other hand, if you prefer a very comprehensive Index (that means you don't have to remember each obscure recipe title but can find things under categories as well as ingredients) then "Mexican Food at home" is better. (Consider both contain roughly the same number of recipes: this book has a 4 page index, the other has 8 pages.)
(Or do as I did and find space for both.)
I also love the fact that the author is telling a story about her time in Mexico, without losing focus on the food.
If you read this book, you'll learn the fundamentals of Mexican cooking pretty quickly, and impressing others with your cooking will become a piece of cake.
Oh and the Chipotles en Adobo is fruit of the gods. Have it with everything, on its own as a dip with mayo or dollop some in a chilli or in the tomato sauce and cook some meatballs in it.
It's a must buy....I want to go to Mexico !!
Having watched Thomasina's recent TV series and seeing her 'take' on Mexican food, I was wary as although her recipes are simple and look good she does put her own slant on them. I was doubly wary as I know Kindle editions of some books just don't work - basically anything other than a novel often has navigational 'challenges' and often the pictures/diagrams etc aren't included.
I'm delighted to report that both of my reservations are unfounded - the recipes work well and the Kindle book is simple and easy to use and the illustrations are there (albeit, of course, in monochrome). The facility to download and review a sample proved a godsend with this book.
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