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Same Same But Different 2

Recipe Pairs That Share a Process, Ingredient or Texture

by Poh Ling Yeow

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 22/04/2014

3/5 Rating 2 Reviews
  $39.99
The charming cookbook featuring all the recipes from SBS TV's Poh & Co.

Inspired by her Chinese-Malay heritage and classic Aussie favourites, Poh's latest book is a unique take on the universally yummy things we all love - noodles, dumplings, bagels, salads, puddings, pasta and cakes. Shot entirely on location in Poh's own kitchen, it's personal and generous, warm and wicked, an exciting mix of signature dishes and family classics - it's Same Same but Different.

Features 100 recipes including: 'Bite-Sized Spice' (Kunyit Fried Chicken/Curry Puffs), 'Salty-Sweet' (Poached Chicken & Pineapple Salad/Savoury Fruit Salad), 'Something Wobbly' (Creme Caramel/Steamed Egg tofu with Century Egg Salad), 'Sour Power' (Kimchi/Basic Chinese Pickles) ... and many more recipe pairs that share a process, ingredient or texture.
ISBN:
9780733328312
9780733328312
Category:
General cookery & recipes
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
22-04-2014
Publisher:
ABC Books
Country of origin:
Australia
Pages:
256
Dimensions (mm):
270x221x25mm
Weight:
1.13kg
  

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  • A culinary experience!

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    Poh is back with a bright and delicious cookbook, Same, same but different where she pairs recipes that share a process, ingredient or texture. Sharing western and Asian recipes Poh delivers a cookbook filled with simple recipes incorporating a variety cooking techniques, new ingredients and delicious recipes of old favourites.

  • Delicious Fun!

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    Poh's back with another great cookbook full of delicious looking recipes, this time with every pair of recipes sharing a process, ingredient, or texture. I love the names of the pairings for example the two recipes that share puff pastry as their ingredient are called Puff'n'Stuff. There really is something for everyone in here, covering all kinds of dining and several cuisines. The hard part is deciding what to cook first!