Description - Steam Cuisine by Marina Filippelli
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. team Cuisine features all the techniques you'll need to know to get the best from your steamer - at its simplest, steaming can mean an upturned dish in a pan of water, or traditional metal and bamboo steamers; but now plug-in electric steamers are widely available, and their separate layers mean you can cook more than one dish at a time. Plus, did you know that some foods, including broccoli, will retain up to 90 per cent of their vitamin content when steamed, compared to only 30 per cent when boiled? Steaming fish or meat also means you don't have to use oil or fat to fry, meaning you get all the taste of the food and none of the grease. ut 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. Around the world, steaming has long
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(253mm x 194mm x 19mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Marina Filippelli
Marina Filippelli is a food writer and contributor to publications including Tesco Magazine, Essentials Magazine and Ideal Home. She has also written books on Italian and Latin American cookery.