The Indonesian Kitchen Cookbook
The Indonesian Kitchen cookbook shares recipes from one of Cookbook Village's favorite cuisines. Satay dishes, Bakmi Goreng and one of my all-time favorites, if not favorite meal, Sambal Goreng Buntjies (Spiced String Beans), are all included inside this truly mouthwatering cookbook.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 278 pages
Copyright: 1981. First edition
Author: Copeland Marks with Mintari Soeharjo
Description: Here is the first book of authentic Indonesian recipes to be prepared specifically for use in the American kitchen. Indonesia is an archipelago of more than three thousand islands stretching from Sumatra in the west to New Guinea in the east and including, most significantly, that special group known as the Spice Islands.
Recently, a passion for culinary adventure has awakened the American palate and sent the American cook in search of new cuisines to conquer. Now, The Indonesian Kitchen brings to the American home one of the great (lining experiences of Asia. Boasting four great external influences -- Indian, Chinese, Arab and Dutch Colonial -- Indonesian cooking is richer, spicier and more varied than any other Asian cuisine.
Based upon the rijsttafel, which offers small quantities of various dishes, many of which can be prepared in advance, the Indonesian style of eating provides a refreshing and practical departure for those seeking innovative entertainment menus.
Condition: Bookboards and interior pages are in very nice condition. Dust jacket's interior flaps are creased and top edge has a smal tear.
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