Gibbs Smith, 1.9.2009 - 224 sivua
With the help of the chef and author of Culinary Mexico, explore the tantalizing blend of the fresh, bright, sweet, and hot flavors of Vietnam.
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... the availability of previously hard-to-find ingredients, and an increasing interest in Asian flavors in America and Europe—fueled my interest in Vietnamese cooking and the possibility of visiting and writing about the country.
The food in the north tends to be a bit more austere than its southern counterpart, utilizing a simpler array of seasonings and a more conservative approach, but flavor and sophistication are not lacking by any means.
The cooks in the central area also favor some bold flavors such as chiles, fermented shrimp sauce, and pickled items. ... The aspects of flavor, aroma, texture, color, contrast, balance, and even the sound a food makes are all taken ...
Nuoc Mam adds a salty fermented richness that not only seasons the food but also ties the flavors together in a way that gives the dish completeness. It is used in cooking and finishing dishes and as a table condiment, either straight ...
oysTer sauce [ Dau hao ] Often used to flavor vegetable dishes and other Chinese-style preparations, oyster sauce adds a richness and saltiness to foods. It also clings well to the ingredients, giving them a nice shiny luster.
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