COOKING WITH STEAM SPECTACULAR FULL FLAVORED LOW FAT DISHES FROM YOUR ELECTRIC STEAMER
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Put your electric steamer to use like never before with Cooking with Steam. This is the original cookbook on electric steaming, and 20 years later it's still the bible of low-fat, full-flavor steamed food. Its hearty, delicious recipes will open your kitchen to a world of sublime flavors and nutritious meals. Some favorite recipes include Panzanella-Stuffed Artichokes with Porcini Mushrooms; Salmon with Quick Basil Oil; Shrimp with Black Beans and Mango; Soy-Orange Marinated Chicken Cutlets; and Duck Legs Steamed on a Bed of Thyme. For dessert try the irresistible Bittersweet Chocolate Pudding Cake or the Lemon Cheesecake.But perhaps best of all is the fact that all of these astounding dishes can be prepared quickly, with no mess or hassle. Using your electric steamer is as easy as can be. Just plug it in, add your choice of ingredients, set the timer, and walk away. There's no fussy temperature gauge to monitor, no need to worry about burning your food, and since everything happens inside the steamer, you're free to focus on other tasks while your dinner cooks--perfect for today's healthy, on-the-go lifestyle. And last but not least, what's not to love about the simple clean-up? No more scrubbing and scraping at burned saucepans, or overnight-soaking of casserole dishes, just a quick clean of the steamer basket before you get on with your evening.Steaming is an exciting and innovative technique for cooking meals that are both healthy and delicious. Revealing subtle flavors in your ingredients that are often masked by other fat-heavy preparations, steaming your food will provide you with astonishingly bright, clean-tasting meals, unattainable with any other cooking method. It's also a great way to highlight and preserve the freshness of your ingredients for a broad-range of easy and fulfilling dishes. Complete with timing charts and brand comparisons, Cooking with Steam is a comprehensive guide to delicious steamed meals for all occasions.
One of the oldest forms of cookery is enjoying a renaissance. Steaming suits the needs of modern cooks, it's healthy, versatile, simple, quick and economical. These are stylish recipes that are quick and easy to make.
Steaming is one of the healthiest, simplest and most versatile cooking methods around: not only does it retain the nutritional qualities of ingredients more than any other technique, it doesn't require any fat. So if you're trying to improve your diet or simply want your food to be as tasty as it can be, it's the perfect option. But steamed food doesn't mean dull food - you can make delicious dim sum, couscous and puddings, as well as spicy meat dishes, perfect rice and mouth-watering fish dishes in minutes. All you need is a pan of water and a rack! Around the world, steaming has long been a popular cooking method, and Steam Cuisine includes exciting recipes from China and South-East Asia such as Prawn and pork won ton, Scallop and coriander dim sum and Duck rolls with spring onion. There's also inspiration from the Middle East and North Africa, with the likes of Whole quail with a pomegranate marinade and Seven vegetable couscous. In the Mediterranean wonderful ingredients are commonly wrapped in a paper envelope to be steam-baked and opened at the table, such as Mussels, monkfish and clams in a saffron broth and Lemony chicken parcels with garlic, chard and chilli. While in Britain, the sweetest, most indulgent puddings are steamed - and here are some healthy takes on classics like Sticky pecan toffee pudding and Chocolate puddings. With over 100 tried-and-tested, easy-to-follow recipes and full-colour photographs throughout, Steam Cuisine will open up a fresh way of cooking and a new world of taste.
The Skinny Steamer Recipe Book Delicious, Healthy, Low Calorie, Low Fat Steam Cooking Recipes Under 300, 400 & 500 Calories If you think your steamer is just for cooking vegetables think again! This brand new collection of delicious poultry, vegetarian, seafood & meat dishes are fast, fresh, fuss free, low fat and low calorie. Designed to help you make the most of your steamer, all our skinny steaming recipes fall below 300, 400 and 500 calories - which is perfect if you are following a calorie controlled diet or are keen to maintain and manage your weight! Every recipe serves two people and can be prepared in minutes. Versatile, simple & healthy.... there has never been a better time to start steaming. Includes over 60 recipes, cooking charts and tips. You may also enjoy other titles from the Skinny calorie counted series. Just search 'cooknation' on Amazon.
Author : Gary Mccluster
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50 Light Cooking Meals From Hamilton Steamer-Allow The Flavour Of Food To Stand Out Steaming is a light cooking method that allow the flavour of food to stand out. The natural taste and shape of food is retained, light flavourings, seasonings are just used to enhance and but to dominate. The taste and aroma of spices and herbs are gently steamed, which bring the food's natural goodness at its bestSteaming is undoubtedly one of the oldest, simplest, healthiest, and most flexible cooking methods available. Aside from preserving the natural ingredient's nutritional properties, it allows you to minimize the use of extra fat in cooking. Whether you're looking for low-fat meal options to improve your health or seeking a way to cut down food preparation time, this cooking technique is perfect for you. That said, not all steamers are created equal. Through this book, you will learn more about the Hamilton Digital Steamer and its advantages over other steamers in the market.Buy your copy today! Try it now, click the "add to cart" button and buy Risk-Free
Author : J. Kenji López-Alt
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A New York Times Bestseller Winner of the James Beard Award for General Cooking and the IACP Cookbook of the Year Award "The one book you must have, no matter what you’re planning to cook or where your skill level falls."—New York Times Book Review Ever wondered how to pan-fry a steak with a charred crust and an interior that's perfectly medium-rare from edge to edge when you cut into it? How to make homemade mac 'n' cheese that is as satisfyingly gooey and velvety-smooth as the blue box stuff, but far tastier? How to roast a succulent, moist turkey (forget about brining!)—and use a foolproof method that works every time? As Serious Eats's culinary nerd-in-residence, J. Kenji López-Alt has pondered all these questions and more. In The Food Lab, Kenji focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, delving into the interactions between heat, energy, and molecules that create great food. Kenji shows that often, conventional methods don’t work that well, and home cooks can achieve far better results using new—but simple—techniques. In hundreds of easy-to-make recipes with over 1,000 full-color images, you will find out how to make foolproof Hollandaise sauce in just two minutes, how to transform one simple tomato sauce into a half dozen dishes, how to make the crispiest, creamiest potato casserole ever conceived, and much more.
Politics, Inc career politicians have turned politics into a business and the result is not good excessive partisanship, gridlock and a lack of reasonable solutions to our problems. In Washington, D.C., the money chase is on and statesmen are nowhere to be found. Many books preaching about how to fix politics and public policy come from the very people who burdened us with the defective politics and public policy in the first place. Among them are self-serving politicians seeking the approval of a public they don't respect. They perceive the public as simple folk that desperately need a lesson in the complexities, subtleties and merits of public policy that isn't their interest. They also are the inbred media, who, writing for each other, aren't interested in or understand what's really happening at your home, at your job or in your mind. And what's on their mind is the fear that government one day might fall into the hands of "amateurs" namely, you, the American public. So, when a book comes along from someone who isn't rationalizing and justifying his role in messing up America, you've got a real find. In Politics, Inc., John Cox sketches with the passion and clarity of a Ronald Reagan a blueprint for national prosperity, health, security and well being, with you in mind. Here is a recipe from someone who is neither a career politician nor a pundit. It is from someone who has been tested in the real world of the free market, and succeeded. It is written for people who have had enough of career politicians, and who would appreciate the insight that someone not caught up in the trap of Washington politics can contribute. This book is for those interested in returning to what the Founding Fathers intended to bequeath us: a nation not of self-serving career politicians, but of self-governing citizens.