Skip to main content
Cover for Yan-Kit's Classic Chinese Cookbook

Yan-Kit's Classic Chinese Cookbook

Yan-kit So, Claudia Roden (Foreword by)

Hardcover

List Price: 25.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Learn to cook traditional Chinese food with this extensive collection of authentic recipes from Chinese cookery expert Yan-Kit So. Dim-sum, dumplings, Cantonese food — you name it — this classic book has every recipe and cooking method you need to prepare delicious, authentic Chinese food.

With thirty years as a favorite in home kitchens everywhere, Yan-Kit's Classic Chinese Cookbook is a staple for cooking traditional Chinese food. Now this bestselling cookbook is reborn with wonderful photography that makes cooking Chinese food recipes understandable and simple. Even inexperienced cooks can find easy recipes in this complete collection, and more experienced chefs will find plenty to challenge and delight them as well.

Step-by-step instructions, tips and techniques, and complete menu ideas make Yan-Kit's Classic Chinese Cookbook inviting for home cooks of all skill levels: Find a new favorite dim-sum recipe, learn a great technique for dumplings, or polish your proficiency in the art of delicious Cantonese food. Yan-Kit's proficiency and expertise in cooking authentic Chinese food makes her the ideal chef to begin a journey into cooking Chinese food, and a trusted ally in guiding you in more expert Chinese dishes.

DK, 9781465430076, 256pp.

Publication Date: January 26, 2015



About the Author

Yan-kit So (1933–2001) was a well-known Chinese cookery expert who successfully demonstrated her special techniques and recipes at leading London cookery schools, including Leith’s School of Food and Wine. Born in Chungshan, China, raised and educated in Hong Kong, and later in London, Yan-kit spent some time in India and the United States but lived most of her life in London. She is the author of numerous books and articles on Chinese cuisine and has contributed recipes and features on regional cooking to Robert Carrier’s Kitchen. She held a PhD in history from the University of London and translated several Chinese short stories for publication by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.