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A mouthwatering collection of 20 easy, speedy, nutritional and delicious recipes taken from TV chef Ching’s beautiful new book, Eat Clean. Includes fresh and healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes, as well as sides, pickles and salsas, and teas.
Forget your saucepan and roasting tin, Ching-He Huang’s beautiful new recipe book shows you how you can Eat Clean and wok yourself to health.
Eat Clean is the perfect cookery book for the time starved and health conscious who don’t want to compromise on taste. Drawing on her belief of the age-old principle of Yin and Yang, Ching-He Huang creates delicious fare for each mealtime which is specifically balanced in all these ways: food which is hassle-free, good for you and which you’ll enjoy!
Praise for Chinese Food Made Easy
'Packed with delicious, easy-to-make dishes … Ching-He Huang is the new face of Chinese cooking.' – Heat magazine [five star review on 19/7/08]
'Once you have the top 10 ingredients in your store cupboard that are essential to cooking Chinese food, and a few favourites such as oyster or yellow bean sauce – the rest is easy. All you need is Ching-He Huang's Chinese Food Made Easy … Ching not only tells you all you need to know about using a wok, she shares her passion for Chinese food and Chinese culture too.' – Oxford Times
About the author
The hottest Chinese chef of the moment and known to her audience as ‘Ching’, international TV chef and cookery author, Ching-He Huang, is an ambassador for Chinese cooking around the globe.
Ching’s culinary ethos centres on fresh, ethically sourced ingredients, Chinese heritage and modern flavours – her food is the perfect fusion of tradition and innovation. Ching makes Chinese cooking accessible and healthy, appealing to East and West alike. Eat Clean marks a new direction in Ching’s publishing, going back to basics with Chinese and Eastern cuisine to create recipes that are healthy, easy and, of course, delicious.
Born in Taiwan but raised in South Africa and London, Ching moved to Britain when she was eleven years old. A self-taught chef, Ching launched her own catering company, Fuge Ltd, straight out of university and her healthy drinks company, Tzu. The large-scale London-based kitchen supplied food to blue chip companies (1999-2009) and it was from here that Ching quickly progressed to a career in TV. By 2005, she was tipped as the UK’s hottest new Chinese chef, starring in her first TV series for the UKFood Channel and has since gone on to front 9 popular Food TV shows, earned an Emmy Nomination for best culinary host in the U.S., and numerous awards for her bestselling books.