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Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook -- Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest (English Edition) von [Choisser, John]
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This book contains real Mexican recipes, complete with photos and instructions. Recipes include pinto beans, tacos, enchiladas, chimichangas, refried beans, arrachera steak, fish tacos, and more. Many of the Mexican recipes include interesting stories about their origination and history. This is a perfect cookbook for beginners, those learning to cook, and experts who are looking for special dishes.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3476 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 71 Seiten
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0096U4808
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HASH(0x9b5e1d14) von 5 Sternen Ole! Buen Apetito! Feliz Comiendo! 10. August 2013
Von Grandma - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I had my first taste of Mexican food one chilly fall evening along about 1953. My mother had received a care package from friends in New Mexico, stuffed full of tortillas and refried beans and tamales - all canned of course. It wasn't very good, but my Mother's deep and abiding love of Mexican food kept me hunting for better. So, I've been eating and cooking Mexican/Tex-Mex/New Mexican food for more than a half century. Cooking Dude John Choisser has included a small but well chosen selection of long time, easy to produce favorites in Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook -- Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest.

The book is very nicely laid out. John takes the concept of a fully interactive Table of Contents one step further by also linking to other recipes where appropriate in the text, making Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook -- Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest very easy to use. And yes, there are pictures - at least one for each recipe, all clearly John's own.

It wouldn't be "Mexican" without beans - and not just refried. You'll find recipes for four different styles of bean, plus refried. One note - authentic Mexican-style beans include an herb called epazote that is almost impossible to find outside of the Southwest. Epazote, which has sort of a resiny, oily smell -truthfully somewhat reminiscent of gasoline - serves a couple of purposes. It adds an indefinable "something" (you'll know if it isn't in there, but the beans are not unpleasant if it is) and its inclusion seriously reduces any intestinal distress, bloating or gas that eating beans might cause. If you can't find epazote, feel free to grow your own - very easy to do. One plant will be plenty, maybe for years. This is not a small plant by any stretch, unless perhaps you keep it as a houseplant. If you're using fresh, just substitute a couple of twigs about 6 inches long for the dried epazote that John calls for and fish the remains out of the pot before you serve up.

You'll find recipes for Chimichangas, Enchiladas, Guacamole (the real stuff, not the mess with mayo added), Carne Asada and more, along with a number of variations for most of them, but my hand's-down favorite - one I can highly recommend and hope you'll try - are the San Diego's Fish Tacos. (I do make mine a little bit differently. I add a teaspoon of salt, the cilantro and the juice of 1 lime to the cabbage to wilt it a bit and pickle it just slightly and I add 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin to a half mayo-half yogurt mix for the white sauce.) There is nothing better than a good Fish Taco - easy to make, wonderful to eat and even the kids will like them. You can feed a big crowd for the price of 2 little ones at a Mexican restaurant.

Grandma's $0.02 - You are in for some good eating from Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook -- Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest. Grandma has just one teeny little complaint. The Cooking Dude signed off to go have himself a Margarita and didn't include the recipe!

Two thumbs up! Recommended
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HASH(0x9b26d774) von 5 Sternen New Ways with Extraordinary Mexican Food 13. September 2014
Von Anne Wingate - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I have bought or received as freebies from Amazon more Mexican cookbooks than I can count. Most of them are ordinary Tex-Mex recipes, good as Tex-Mex food tends to be, but nothing outstanding. This book is different. It has recipes for foods I never even heard of. It does things with foods that I would never have dreamed of doing. It has one bean recipe that calls for a can of condensed milk; I certainly would never have thought of that, but it sounds delilcious and I am going to try it. I have a package of corn tortillas in the fridge that I am going to cook some of tomorrow, using some of his recipes. I have been telling my friends about this cookbook, and at least one of them intends to buy it. She and her husband both love Mexican food, and her husband loves to cook. I do have one issue: it assumes that everybody will cook dry beans the same amount of time. But we live at 4200 feet of altitude, and we are going to have to cook the dry beans a good bit longer. Whatever your altitude is, you might have to adjust the cooking time for dry beans. But other than that, no changes should be needed. This is a winner.
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HASH(0x9b26d654) von 5 Sternen Well, it was ok, if you don't know ... 13. November 2014
Von Bea George - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Well, it was ok, if you don't know anything about Mexican or Spanish food. But I do, so I didn't find anything new or different in the receipes .
HASH(0x9b26d744) von 5 Sternen Friendly cookbook with Mexican-style recipes 6. August 2013
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I can not vouch for how authentic the Mexican Cooking Dude Cookbook --- Authentic Mexican Recipes from Mexico and the American Southwest recipes are, but I can tell you the author, John Choisser, has presented some Mexican-style recipes in his cookbook. His recipes for Pot Beans and Refried Beans are probably true to Mexican cooking while some of his other recipes are variants. Of course this is my personal opinion, and I grew up eating Sonoran-style Mexican food which is different than what is typically found in California.

Some of the recipes you will find in his cookbook include:

Juan's Refried Beans (Refritos)
Mary Ann's Avocado Relish (Salsa)
San Diego's Fish Tacos

You will find plenty of color photos illustrating the various recipes and an interactive table of contents.

Recommend.

Penmouse
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HASH(0x9b27666c) von 5 Sternen Sabroso!! 25. November 2015
Von katherine tomlinson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I had never heard of the Cooking Dude but I love Mexican food so I snagged this when it was on a freebie promotion. So. Glad. First of all, the author makes guacamole the way God intended it to be made--with Haas avocados and no sour cream or (shudder) mayonnaise to complicate things. I like a grating of red onion and I use Cholula instead of Tabasco but John Choisser's basic recipe for the staple of any Southern California kitchen gets a thumbs up. All of the recipes I've tried are simple and delicious. (I REALLY liked the tortilla soup.) And as odd as it sounds, I served the Jalapeno peanut butter boats at a party and they were snapped up as fast as I put them out.
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