The Ubiquitous Shrimp Cookbook
The Ubiquitous Shrimp Cookbook contains simple to exotic shrimp recipes for everything from snacks to feasts.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 128 pages.
Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Author: Judith Choate
Description: Shrimp is America's favorite seafood -- whether it is served chilled with a fabulous spicy sauce, chopped in a cool summer salad, sauteed in garlic and tossed with pasta, or arranged as an elegant main dish with just a delicate wine sauce. Eaten alone or as an accompaniment to a wide range of foods, shrimp turns the most mundane meal into a special occasion.
Shrimp is as healthful as it is delicious. Whether you use prawns, langoustines, crawfish, or the giant crustaceans of the Gulf of Mexico or Pacific Northwest waters, shrimp are all superb low-fat, low-calorie sources of protein, vitamins, and minerals, adaptable to every cuisine and every taste.
The Ubiquitous Shrimp makes cooking and eating shrimp a joy with more than seventy-five mouthwatering dishes -- traditional and exotic, straightforward and extravagant, stringently dietetic and deliciously indulgent. The recipes range from the best regional American cuisine, such as New Orleans Shrimp Creole and Open-Face Saturday Night Shrimp Sandwiches, to fiery Indian Lemon Grass and Shrimp Soup with Red Curry, cool Thai Stir-Fried Shrimp with Ginger Noodles, Italian Tuscan Shrimp Salad, Shrimp Crostini, Shrimp Risotto, and more.
With a full range of appetizers, soups, salads, and entrees, this beautifully illustrated cookbook shows just how delightful and versatile shrimp can be.
Condition: Good condition.
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