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Yan admits to having "eaten my way across Asia more times than I can count." Luckily, he collected plenty of recipes along the route. These recipes are for simple, traditional dishes, many of which may have been slightly modified to appeal to Western palates--and schedules (most meals can be made in under a half hour). Yan, who hosts a PBS series, employs modern conveniences such as rice-cookers and microplane graters to expedite food prep, and suggests buying sauces from your local Asian market, if you happen to live near one. He presents a list of items he suggests should be staples of the amateur chef's Asian pantry and refrigerator. Yan directs novices to an overview of online resources and even provides a glossary of ingredients for the Asian-impaired. Basic recipes such as Sushi Rice, Spicy Soy Dipping Sauce, and Sweet-and-Sour Shredded Carrots are dispatched in a half page each. The next section, titled "Small Bites and First Courses," includes 81 appetizing dishes, such as Marbled Tea Eggs, and Crab and Asparagus Soup. The meatiest section, "Main Courses," features dishes like Mirin-Ginger Crab and Lemon-Pepper Beef. The book finishes off with tasty "Deserts and Drinks," such as Spiced Banana Rolls and Lychee Lemonade. Yan does a good job of demystifying Asian cuisine and bringing a touch of zen into our hurried lives. -Publishers Weekly


One of the world's most popular and most honoured master of Asian cuisine, Martin Yan presents his new cookbook, Martin Yan Quick & Easy. This cookbook contains 150 recipes arranged by course - appetizers, main dishes, and desserts - plus there is an amazing chapter on the basics, that covers what to store in the pantry, sources for hard to find ingredients, and unusual terms and ingredients. Martin also gives his suggestions for the best tools for the job and how to use them. A list of suggested menus makes it easy to plan meals. Wonderful scenic photographs show some of Martin's favorite Asian locales (the source of much of his recipe inspiration), where he has savoured the regional specialties and picked up a few cooking techniques along the way. Asian food is not just for eat-in or take out - it is without a doubt the perfect at-home meal for today's lifestyle. And Martin Yan - master of the quick chop and hot wok - will show you how easy it is to cook satisfying, everyday Asian meals.

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Yan Can Cook and so can you! 12. August 2005
Von Heather - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book is a MUST for any cooking library. The best Chinese cookbook I have ever used. Yan has a brilliant knack for creating recipies that are loaded with flavor while NOT loaded with ingredients or time consuming steps. The recipes are fast and NOT fussy or complicated, and absolutely delicious. With this book, I have created some of the BEST Chinese dishes I've ever made, and I've been collecting Asian cookbooks for many years. It would not be an overstatement to say that this book is incredible. Yan can even take something as simple and plain as rice and turn it into a mouth-watering masterpiece, which he has with his coconut rice (blew us away). Another favorite recipe here are the crab puffs (known as crab rangoon to many people). I have tried other recipes for this, and none have been nearly as good as these: pure taste bud heaven - hot or cold! The entree chapter has PLENTY of chicken and pork options (14 chicken entrees!), as well as beef and fish. We appreciate this because due to budget restraints we are able to use these meats more frequently. Most people will have no problem finding these ingredients in any supermarket, and the length of the ingredient list and preparation steps will intimidate no one. This book is extremely practical, even for a busy weeknight. I can't believe I am now able to create restaurant-quality dishes at home (actually, better!) with so little effort and time!
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YAN CAN COOK!...AND HE CAN WRITE TOO! 14. Februar 2005
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I've been a fan of Martin Yan's for nearly 15 years. Long before the Food Network came along I made sure to take my lunch hour so I could coincide with Martin's "Yan Can Cook" show on PBS in the afternoons. Martin was always very entertaining and made meals so quick and easy. That style comes across strongly in his latest book which has 150 recipes all designed to be prepared in 30 minutes or less! might take you a little longer since most of us are not as fast with a chef's knife as Martin is, but you get the idea...

Martin starts by passing along his wisdom on the best tools to use for preparing Chinese dishes and the techniques used to make them delicious. If you've followed Martin's shows you'll be familiar with some of it but there's a lot more I learned that was new. Kung Pao chicken is a favorite of mine so I was happy to see a recipe for Kung Pao sauce. Also not to be missed is the Ginger Chicken, and black pepper Beef.

And it's not all limited to Chinese foods. There are korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese recipes as well. A grat book for fans of Asian cuisine!
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Asian Food Made Easy with Martin Yan by Your Side 7. März 2005
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Master Chef, Martin Yan, has collected thousands of recipes from Asia, and shares 150 of those in Martin Yan Quick & Easy. He says all Asian recipes can be "quick & easy" with preparation. Yan includes pre-made ingredients for ease of preparation in as many recipes as possible without sacrificing flavor. Martin Yan says, "I hope this book adds many happy courses to the banquet of your life, and that you enjoy these quick and easy Asian recipes as much as I did when we tested them in my own family kitchen.

Martin Yan begins with his top 10 easy tips for cooking Asian food. Next, he gives you necessary tools and techniques for making these culinary delights. Yan wraps up with stocking up your pantry, online resources for ingredients and glossary.

Included are excellent basic rice recipes for the desired outcome-steamed, for sushi, or quick rice. Sauces such as Peanut Dipping Sauce or Spicy Soy Dipping Sauce as well as Asian Vinaigrette are included. Wonderful photographs displaying dishes are included.

Salads include Backyard Asian Coleslaw, Asparagus Orange Salad and Wo Ti's Garlicky Romaine Salad. Try the Asian Cucumber Bisque, Coconut Squash Soup, or Pineapple Hot-and-Sour Soup to mention a few.

Main courses to try are several tofu recipes: Tofu Pork Pillows and Tofu and Three Mushroom Stir-Fry. Use up leftover eggs in the fridge with Dinner Oyster Omelet. Seafood lovers will delight in the Stuffed Jumbo Garlic Prawns or the Cantonese Shrimp Scramble. How about the Sea Scallops in Sweet Chili Sauce served with steamed rice or Wine-Steamed Clams? And the list goes on. There are many chicken recipes and a really interesting one is Three-Alarm Firecracker Chicken.

Vegetables, rice and noodle dishes are aplenty. Three-Minute Baby Bok Choy along with Toasted Sesame Greens, a Broccoli and Cauliflower Stir-Fry, and Ginger Sugar Snap Peas. Two interesting rice dishes: Coconut Rice and Carrot-Pineapple Rice. Several noodle dishes that include Spicy Soba Noodles, Yan Can Lo Mein, and Hakka Vegetarian Chow Fun add flavorful dishes to any meal.

Finally, desserts and drinks round out the meal. You will find Tropical Fruit with Lemon-Ginger Syrup, Coconut Custard, and Twin-Ginger Shortbread Cookies. Quench your thirst with Lemongrass Iced Tea or Ho Chi Mojito.

Making Martin Yan Quick & Easy complete is a table of equivalents and "quick & easy" meal suggestions. Martin Yan gives you tips throughout to have you cooking the perfect in-home, healthy meal.

What a find-healthy Asian food that you can prepare in 30 minutes or less. Martin Yan shows you how easy this is accomplished in Martin Yan Quick & Easy. You will benefit from all of his experience and knowledge. Well worth the $24.95!
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Raves from a book junkie 17. Oktober 2004
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Quick and easy from the master Asian chef. Excellent bookbook layout - clean and simple. Easy for most of us to follow, nothing extremely complicated. You'll be tempted, as I was, to try many of the delicious recipes! I'll be going back for more!
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Great chinese food -- really is quick and easy! 31. März 2007
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I'm a second generation Chinese American, and although my mother taught me some of her Chinese cooking, I've had a hard time mastering her approximation techniques ("a little bit of everything marinade"). I really prefer to follow a recipe, and with Chinese stir fry, it's often the sauce that makes such a difference. This cookbook really is quick and easy. Yan does a great job of introducing the basics in the beginning - ingredients (e.g. bottled sauces, ginger, garlic, rice), cooking tools (e.g. sharp knife, wok), techniques (e.g. chopping pieces evenly, how to stir fry, prepare all the ingredients before doing the actual cooking) - that lays the groundwork for the recipes to follow. He takes shortcuts appropriately, like using some common bottled sauces (oyster sauce, hoisin sauce), which I can find at American grocery stores. I've seen other Chinese cookbooks, and this one really is what it claims to be. The recipes don't have long lists of ingredients nor are the techniques difficult. In fact most of the time is spent preparing the sauces and chopping the meat, vegetables, or garnish. After that, cooking is a breeze. I also appreciate that the recipes include some standard faire as well as variations on ingredients normally used in Chinese cooking. So far I've tried Great Wall Hoisin Pizza, Tangy Pepper Chicken, Stir Fry Bok Choy, Stir Fry Asparagus and Quick Jook. All were delicious and simple to make! The layout is clean. There are an adequate number of photos, which definitely whet the appetite. It's paperback with a binding that allows the book to lay flat (with the help of some weights) or better yet, prop nicely in my cookbook stand. Definitely recommended for a beginner cook, someone looking to learn to make Chinese food, or someone like me, trying to carry on the legacy!
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