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By Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, Wendy Hutton, Masano Kawana, Christina Ong

Unabashedly Asian with no being conventional, a marginally of Tropical Spice displays the interesting mixture of peoples and cultures of Southeast Asia and the way that has effects on their respective cuisines. this contemporary, clean method of Asian cooking is favorite world wide today—honest nutrients that's effortless to place jointly, fit and assured to thrill. a slightly of Tropical Spice is a range of the simplest recipes from decide on 4 Seasons cooks starting from tropical India, the Maldives, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. With recipes excellent for each get together, from an easy breakfast for 2, to an alfresco picnic or barbeque, to a chic banquet with acquaintances at domestic, this wonderful booklet could be a loved addition to each nutrition lover's library.

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Jicama (bangkuang) is a crunchy and juicy white tuber similar in texture and flavor to a sweet potato although more crunchy. Look for it in the produce section of supermarkets. Chayote or daikon radish may be substituted. Kaffir lime leaves are added whole to curries, or finely shredded and added to salads, giving them a wonderfully tangy flavor. They are available frozen or dried in Asian food stores. Fresh or frozen leaves are far more flavorful than dried ones. Laksa leaves, also called polygonum or Vietnamese mint, are traditionally added to spicy laksa soup dishes.

They have an intense fragrance reminiscent of lemon with a hint of eucalyptus. There is no real substitute, but a mixture of spearmint and coriander leaves or basil does approximate the flavor and fragrance. Lemongrass is a fragrant, lemony stalk that is either bruised and used whole in soups or curries, or sliced and ground as part of a basic spice paste. It is usually sold in bunches of 3 to 4 stems in supermarkets. The tough outer layers and green sheath should be peeled away and only the tender inner part of the thick lower third of the stem used.

It imparts a distinctive fragrance and flavor to many Southeast Asian dishes. Try to find young, reddish galangal roots as they are more tender. Always peel and slice the root before grinding. Galangal is widely available fresh but also may be purchased dried, frozen and packed in water. Try to get the fresh root whenever possible as it is far more fragrant. If it is not available, use a combination of ginger and lemongrass as a substitute. Garam masala is a blend of several strongly aromatic spices such as coriander, cumin, peppercorns and cardamom, designed to add flavor and fragrance to curries and meat dishes.

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