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Noodle!: 100 Amazing Authentic Recipes (100 Great Recipes) Paperback – 22 May 2014
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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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This book has given me inspiration in a lot of ways - after trying out a dozen recipes or so it's now shown me how to cook with noodles. Now I'm free to experiment with a lot of confidence in my newly-learned techniques.
It's an excellent reference guide, all the recipes are easy to follow, most are appropriate for mid-week cooking and able to be produced in under 30 minutes. Perfect for anyone wishing to extend their repertoire.
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.
A great variety of recipes from all over the world, written in a clear and accessible way with handy tips and advice on suppliers for some of the items not usually found in Tescos.
There is something for everyone - from the novice cook, to the experienced "foodie".
We particularly enjoyed the Burmese recipes (though we are heavily biased) :)
The only downside is that the publishers should have made more room for photographs of the dishes. A photograph per recipe would have been great. As it stands, the photos that are included are fab and the dishes look mouthwateringly good.
MiMi Aye certainly knows her noodles!
Asian food, for me, is a bit of an adventure as it's methods can differ from western style cookery, but this book makes the cross over really easy. I even adventured to China Town to hunt around for stock cupboard ingredients and am now the proud owner of Sambal olek, rice wine, sake, sweet potato noodles and much more!
You really wont regret having this go to book on your kitchen shelves.