International Cooking for the Kosher Home
International Cooking for the Kosher Home by Betty Goldberg offers international recipes that follow kosher dietary laws. These are dishes from China to Russia to Mexico to Greece, and more countries.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 364 pages.
Publisher: Jonathan David Publishing
Author: Betty S. Goldberg
Description: Since many exotic foreign dishes are non- kosher, how can the classic, festive, and everyday dishes of international cuisine be turned into recipes that meet the strict Jewish dietary laws? Betty Goldberg, after considerable experimentation, has found the answer.
In International Cooking for the Kosher Home Betty shows how easy it is to prepare kosher versions of such international delicacies as chicken Kiev from Russia, moussaka from Greece, paella from Spain, mu shu beef from China, Sauerbraten from Germany, tamales from Mexico, and traditional meatballs from Sweden. She includes recipes for every taste: pepperoni pizza for the younger set, macadamia nut pie and coconut rice pudding with mangoes for dessert-lovers, and Moroccan chicken with preserved lemons and olives for those with a taste for the unusual.
International Cooking for the Kosher Home contains a range of exotic specialties from all over the world, including the United States. Recipes were selected on the basis of interest, appeal, and of course taste, with particular attention paid to preparations not usually found in kosher cookbooks. All ingredients used in Betty's foreign dishes are available in neighborhood groceries or supermarkets. Like Betty Goldberg's popular Chinese Kosher Cooking, this volume is carefully researched, precisely written, and fun to read as well as to use.
Condition: Good condition. Dust jacket has some light spots.
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