Asian Tapas: Small Bites, Big Flavors by Christophe Megel, EPUB, 0804841578

May 25, 2017


Asian Tapas: Small Bites, Big Flavors by Christophe Megel

  • Print Length: 128 Pages
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
  • Publication Date: September 10, 2010
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008G05GMS
  • ISBN-10: 0804841578
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804841573
  • File Format: EPUB


“Christophe Megel’s food is perfect for today. It is savory, tempting, and deliciously simple. His wide experience in Asia is reflected in each tasty morsel. Who can ask for more?”—Ken Hom, award-winning chef and author of Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure

Using an abundance of the fresh, seasonal ingredients and a harmony of flavors, Anton Kilayko and executive chef Christophe Megel offer a collection of recipes in this Asian cookbook that will excite anyone yearning after new and delicious ways to approach the tastes of the East. Cultural lines blur as they explore the breadth of Asian cuisine to bring you dishes inspired by the cooks of Bali, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and many more. The food is imaginative, approachable and can just as successfully be brought to life at a sophisticated dinner, a lazy lunch, or a cool party—or very simply as a tasty little snack. These Asian recipes of appetizers and finger foods, illustrated with the cutting-edge photography of Edmond Ho, are exquisitely presented to provide huge impact. Sure to ignite the creative spirit in those who love to cook, Asian Tapas will have you eager to get into the kitchen to chop, slice, mix and blend your way through its imaginative and enthralling recipes to recreate the flavors of the East.

– Tapas Recipes include:
– Tangy Crab Salad Sandwiches
– Aromatic Lamb Seekh Kebabs
– Wagyu Beef Salad Rolls
– Har Kow Shrimp Focaccia Buns
– Abalone Windmill Dumplings
– Grilled Chicken and Fish Tandoori Strips
– Crisp Starfruit and Asparagus Salad with Sweet Chinese Sausages
– Roast Duck Vegetable Rolls with Lemon Soy Dip
– Tropical Mango Sushi
– Sashimi Salad Rolls with Wasabi Dip
– Flaky Cashew Nut Puff Pastry Squares
– Spiced Sumatran Coffee (Cafe Brulot)


One of my favorite cookbooks

This has become one of my favorite cookbooks. It is perfect for extra special dishes for parties, or for two. The dishes are not difficult to prepare, have delicious flavors, quick to prepare, and are all shown in wonderful photos beautifully presented.
This cookbook has classy recipes with a modern flair and gourmet flavors but didn’t use exotic hard to find ingredients. I regularly cook the miso marinated black cod, and also love the satay. I think this cookbook would suit home cooks that like pan asian gourmet food, without hours of preparation, although the dishes all come out deceptively looking like you have spent much time making them…highly recommended!

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