Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook eBook º Hsaba: Burmese PDF

Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook eBook º Hsaba: Burmese PDF


3 thoughts on “Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook

  1. Christopher Christopher says:

    I've been to Myanmar on a number of trips and this book is as authentic as it gets Great easy to follow recipes well laid out I also liked the recommended accompanying dishes too A great addition to our book shelf and unlike many of our glossy cookbooks it's used on a regular basis


  2. Terri Terri says:

    The go to book for Burmese cooking Authentic and filled with cultural detail


  3. Simon Monk Simon Monk says:

    Highly recommended if you love Asian cooking We've found ourselves using this book and The recipes are easy to follow very cookable and above all authenticBuy a copy


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Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook [Reading] ➲ Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook ➺ Cho Chaw Tin – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards for Best Asian Cuisine and Best First Book A cookbook that gives a rare view into a country and its culture through a collection of treasured family recipe Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards for Best Asian Cuisine and Best First Book A cookbook that gives a rare view into a country and its culture through a collection of treasured family recipesAccompanied by beautiful earthy photography this is an essential cookbook for anyone who wants to create simple authentic Burmese food From the back coverEarly one morning during our stay in Rangoon my cousin Myint Han came back from the market with two heavy plastic bags 'You're in luck' he told me Hsaba: Burmese PDF or 'It was full moon last night so it's time to eat crab' The Burmese believe crabs are at their best at this time of the month when they come out to feed during a low tideThe crabs were simply boiled and served with a sharp dip of soy sauce lime juice crushed garlic and chopped green chillies The salty sour combination complimented the sweet succulent meat of the crab It was the best crab I have ever tasted After two breakfasts and still only ten o'clock in the morning I could not eat than half a crab while my husband somehow put away nearly two 'Hsa ba'please eat Myint Han encouraged 'Htut hsa ba' eat Review Time Out Magazine'Seldom does a book arriving with so little fanfare make such a splash in the kitchen We'd been on the lookout for a good Burmese cookbook for years and came across this one published in on the excellent blog and website wwwhsabacom 'hsa ba' is Burmese for 'please eat'The author was born in Rangoon and moved to the UK when she was eight years old The book is the result of remembered dishes from childhood and recently visits to family still in Burma The clearly written recipes have been honed and tested so that they work in western kitchens but retain the taste of BurmaDishes such as tomato fish curry with fish sauce and red chilli roasted eggplant salad wing bean salad and golden sticky rice had us heading back to the kitchen again and again to satisfy our cravings Some such as slow cooked pork belly and mutton yoghurt curry recall the Chinese and Indian influences evident in Burmese food while others such as mohingar a fish noodle soup considered the national dish of Burma and pickled tea leaf salad are emphatically BurmeseThe author has a background in graphic design so this well presented book doesn't feel self published it's as professionally put together as any other we've reviewed on these pages and so than many As an added bonus you can watch a selection of the recipes being cooked by the author on the website This book deserves to get widespread international recognition' Susan Low.

  • Paperback
  • Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook
  • Cho Chaw Tin
  • 02 March 2014
  • 9780955937408

3 thoughts on “Hsaba: Burmese Cookbook

  1. Christopher Christopher says:

    I've been to Myanmar on a number of trips and this book is as authentic as it gets Great easy to follow recipes well laid out I also liked the recommended accompanying dishes too A great addition to our book shelf and unlike many of our glossy cookbooks it's used on a regular basis

  2. Terri Terri says:

    The go to book for Burmese cooking Authentic and filled with cultural detail

  3. Simon Monk Simon Monk says:

    Highly recommended if you love Asian cooking We've found ourselves using this book and The recipes are easy to follow very cookable and above all authenticBuy a copy

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