30 Chinese Dinners

Healthy Easy Homemade Meals

Non-Fiction - Cooking/Food
124 Pages
Reviewed on 03/04/2021
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Ivy Ngeow's 30 Chinese Dinners: Healthy Easy Homemade Meals is a collection of delicious and mouth-watering Chinese dishes that are easy to make within 10-30 minutes, and are perfect for families. The tips and techniques will take readers on a culinary adventure that saves time and money and will impress friends and family. The easy recipes will encourage readers to try out new dishes, especially those who have not tried cooking Chinese food before. Trying out the recipes is also a good way to avoid wasting food, money, and time, and shows readers it is quicker to cook a meal than ordering a takeaway. Most of the recipes shared are the standard traditional homemade Malaysian Chinese meals that promote healthy living and eating. The family dishes are the ones that cannot be found in restaurants and they are all healthy and nutritious. Let us try out the 30 Chinese Dinners shared by the author.

I found 30 Chinese Dinners useful and helpful. The recipes are not complicated and the ingredients used can be easily found in supermarkets. The photographs of the dishes make it easy for readers to know how the dishes look like after cooking. The author also makes it easy for readers by sharing a list of the basic tools, store cupboard, and fridge ingredients that are required before starting a simple Chinese meal. This book is a keeper and I would recommend all readers to have one on their bookshelf to enjoy cooking and eating Chinese dishes like never before. Ivy Ngeow also makes the book interesting by helping readers understand classic Chinese flavors.