The Teochew, traditionally a coastal people, have through millennia of heritage developed a rich culinary culture that embodies light, fresh and tasty flavors. The Teochew are also experts at seafood and braised meats. Other than Chaoshan, China, those of Teochew descent can also be found in Southeast Asia and other parts of the world. The migration of early Teochew people to different lands has resulted in a fusion of cuisine cultures that has further enriched Teochew cuisine. Penang celebrity chef Mrs. Huang has been learning to prepare Teochew dishes from a young age, and her knowledge and skills are recorded in this collection of Southeast Asian style Teochew dishes. The freshness and taste of the recipes within this book will make you believe you have just stepped into a Teochew restaurant.
Title:Truly Teochew Delights
Author: Chong Moi Eng
Language: Bilingual- English and Mandarin Chinese (Simplified)
Illustrations: Full color
Publication Date: May 2013
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Madame Chong Moi Eng (Huang Ma Ma) has been passionate about cooking since her childhood. She is a culinary expert with more than 50 years of experience in cooking Chinese food, Southern Thai food and Nyonya food. When Madame Chong was a teenager, she was recruited as a worker in a Peranakan family where she was given the opportunity to learn how to prepare Nyonya (Straits Chinese) cuisines. Since then, she has been the de-facto “appointed” chef for the family to prepare festive meals during the holiday season. She will share her tips with you in this cookbook.
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