Williams-Sonoma Collection: Mexican
Williams-Sonoma Collection Mexican offers more than 40 recipes, including well-loved classics and many other timeless dishes. For a casual dinner, fill warm corn tortillas with tender morsels of carnitas or chunks of fresh fish lightly fried to a crisp golden brown. Or, plan a summer supper of watercress salad tossed with orange, jicama, and avocado; creamy corn and poblano chile soup; and delicate sea bass topped with salsa verde. Versatile and delicious, Mexican food is always irresistible.
Full-color photographs of each dish help you decide which one to prepare, and each recipe is accompanied by a photographic side note that highlights a key ingredient or technique, making Mexican more than just a superb collection of recipes. Including all the basics and an extensive glossary, this essential volume will help you create and enjoy many delicious Mexican meals.
- Free Press |
- 120 pages |
- ISBN 9780743253345 |
- May 2004
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Spice up your Cinco De Mayo celebrations with homemade dishes from some of our favorite Mexican cookbooks, whether you want simple or fancy, traditional or reinvented, meaty or meatless. Rick Bayless, host of the PBS series Mexico: One Plate at a...