Home-Style Taiwanese Cooking : Family Favourites • Classic Street Foods • Popular Snacks (Paperback)

Home-Style Taiwanese Cooking : Family Favourites • Classic Street Foods • Popular Snacks By Liv Wan Cover Image
By Liv Wan
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Taiwan’s long and colorful history, from the indigenous tribes, to the migration of the Chinese from Southern China and the period under Japanese rule, is clearly reflected in her rich and diverse cuisine.

Home-style Taiwanese Cooking by Taiwanese chef and food blogger, Liv Wan, is a collection of Taiwanese classics, from signature dishes to popular street food fare such as:

  • minced pork rice
  • beef noodles
  • oyster omelette
  • steamed minced pork with salted egg
  • deep-fried prawn rolls
  • dragon phoenix legs
  • fried chicken with sweet potato fries
  • coffin bread

With informative headnotes that tell the stories behind the dishes, insightful cooking tips, a detailed glossary of ingredients and step-by-step photos of cooking techniques where necessary, Home-style Taiwanese Cooking will inspire home cooks to make these authentic Taiwanese dishes part of their own cooking repertoire.

Includes dual measures.

About the Author

Liv Wan was born and raised in Taiwan. She was greatly influenced by her grandparents who were excellent cooks, and this inspired her to train as a chef in one of the top culinary schools there. She then moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, where she worked at a famous restaurant in the city until she got married and had her first child. Today, Liv is based in Edinburgh where she runs cooking classes and also pursues her passion as an illustrator. Despite her work commitments, she makes time to cook wholesome meals for her family and shares the food of Taiwan on her blog, Egg Wan’s Food Odyssey.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789814974868
ISBN-10: 9814974862
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Cuisine
Publication Date: July 1st, 2022
Pages: 144
Language: English



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