Don't have time to cook? Don't know what to have for dinner? Want to learn how to make simple and delicious Asian food? Asian After Work is the answer.
Asian After Work is a cookbook for busy people.
Taking a simple and practical approach, and using easy-to-find ingredients, Adam Liaw shows how anyone can create authentic and affordable Asian dishes at home without spending hours in the kitchen.
From Chicken Kra-Pow, Black Pepper Beef and Grilled Prawns with Salty Lime, to Lychee and Coconut Granita, Leche Flan and Sesame and Honey Ice Cream, Asian After Work brings you family favourites and new creations that you'll come back to again and again.
If you love Asian food, let Asian After Work be your guide to the delicious and exciting world of Asian home cooking. Fast, fresh and easy Asian food.
About the Author
Adam Liaw is a cook, author and television presenter, best known as the winner of MasterChef Australia. A former lawyer, Adam worked in the corporate world for more than a decade, and he is acutely aware of the challenges facing the working cook. His best-selling debut cookbook, Two Asian Kitchens, was praised by critics and food lovers alike, and he is a regular contributor to numerous publications, including The Sydney Morning Herald and Feast magazine. He is also a columnist for The Wall Street Journal's Scene Asia. On television, Adam hosts the popular SBS food and travel series Destination Flavour and Destination Flavour: Japan. With Asian After Work, Adam shares his love for Asian food and shows it is the answer for anybody who wants fast, simple and healthy food to complement a busy lifestyle. Adam lives with his family in Sydney, Australia.
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Also good for non-Asians and novice cooks like uni students, who seek a little culinary adventure.
Adam provides simple but delicious recipes. Cannot fault.
Beautfully designed with practical recipes.
I keep going back to this book because the recipes make we want to try them all
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 24th September 2013
Publisher: Hachette Australia
Dimensions (cm): 25.1 x 20.5 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 1.1