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  • Author:
    Kippy Nigh
  • ISBN:
    1570670285
  • ISBN13:
    978-1570670282
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  • Publisher:
    Book Publishing Company (TN); 1 edition (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    206 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Regional & International
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    1636 kb
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    1958 kb
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    1430 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    152
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A Taste of Mexico: Vegetarian Cuisine (Healthy World Cuisine) Paperback. The book teaches rather than directs. Thankfully so: "Savory Chickpea and Walnut Empanada Filling" proved delicious, though only after I increased the spices (doubling! the cumin) to suit my taste. Like many cookbooks published by Chronicle, the recipes are heavily inflected by California cuisine. Witness "An Unclassic Tostada" comprised of black beans, Golden Rice, and mango. Or a twist on the Caesar: a salad of romaine with creamy Roquefort dressing and cornmeal chili strips.

When it comes to world cuisine, what are the 10 best food cultures? . And any country that manages to make vegetarian food taste consistently great certainly deserves some kind of Nobel prize. The regional varieties are vast. There's Goa's seafood, there's the wazwan of Kashmir and there's the coconutty richness of Kerala.

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This book is a wonderful introduction to the wide world of Mexican cooking. Much of the book focuses on recipes that don't traditionally call for meat such as vegetable soups, appetizers, salads, beans, and accompaniments.

A Taste of Mexico: Vegetarian Cuisine (Healthy World Cuisine). This book is a wonderful introduction to the wide world of Mexican cooking. Kippy Nigh presents vegetarian recipes that showcase the unique qualities of Mexican regional cooking

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A Taste Of Mexico is an outstanding compendium of Mexican vegetarian dishes that will please both eye and palate.

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An introduction to Mexican vegetarian food, offering recipes with food from many different regions. The book includes instructions for making favourites such as guacamole and chile corn bread, as well as regional specialities such as Guadalajara hot sauce and San Cristobal bread casserole.

Tygrafym
As there are not very many books on vegetarian Mexican foods, this is really a good book to have. The one thing I have come to conclude after trying to cook from 'regular' cookbooks; is that substituting Tofu for the meat is never a good idea. The meat in a dish not only adds protein but also adds enormous amounts of flavor. So any recipe that simply substitutes the meat with another vegetable protein is never going to taste right.

This book, written by a vegetarian restaurateur, is a much needed respite from badly written books. This is based on what she serves to customers and the recipes clearly are flavored right. I recently read Barb Stuckey's book on Taste and it has changed my cooking completely. I think we vegetarians undersell umami. I have learned how to cook my food so they are all umami bombs. I have only tried 3 recipes from this book. A bean soup, a taco filling using squash blossoms and a mushroom based taco filling. All of them turned out GREAT!

I threw out my other Mexican cookbooks as they were 90% meat dishes. (Rick Bayless and Marge Poore if anyone is wondering). I now only have 2 books (out of 20) that have meat recipes. I realized that those other meat cookbooks, that I gave away, were essentially useless for me. I was not using them at all. Now I have books that I actually use. Although this is not my go to book all the time, when I am in the mood for Mexican, I am glad I have this.
Dordred
The best regional cookbooks aren't just a compilation of recipes; they carry you into the region, illuminating culture through cuisine. Kippy Nigh's A Taste of Mexico does just that: it carries you into the heart of Mexico, especially the author's adopted Chiapas, introducing the reader to a broader experience of foods and flavors than what most Americans think of as "Mexican food." The descriptive lists of ingredients, especially chilis, are very helpful. Because I have the good fortune to live in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, I am able to find some of the local plants and herbs the cookbook mentions: romeritos, chipilin, mumo, etc. Otherwise, I would have no idea what those big piles of greenery were in the market!

A number of the recipes are high-fat, using eggs, cheese, sour cream, etc. Vegans may find surprisingly little to work with.

The book loses a star because of the errors in the recipes. As a long-time vegetarian, I have several cookbooks from the publisher, Book Publishing Co., and they are all riddled with errors. Evidently they get by without a copy editor or recipe tester. For example, the recipe for "Chayotes Stuffed with Cheese" says, "Heat the oil in a large skillet. Beat the egg yolks and add the flour..." but neither oil nor egg yolks nor flour is mentioned in the ingredients list, and after heating the oil, no direction is given for what to do with it. The recipe for "Mexican Quiche" is clearly intended as a double recipe--the laws of physics don't allow a quart of milk, six eggs, plus cheese, plus filling, to fit inside a single pie shell--but is written for a single pie. And so on...

If you can get past the errors, this cookbook is a "must" for those who love Mexican food.
Rolling Flipper
Being a vegetarian, it’s nice to have a variety of things and I love Mexican food. This cookbook is so awesome, so many recipes, it explains ingredients, where to get them and any replacements for them. I am so excited to try these recipes out, each one sounds so delicious. I bought it used, it came in great condition so I will definitely be buying from this seller again.
Snake Rocking
This book includes many recipes for classic Mexican vegetarian dishes. Everything looks and sounds delicious and authentic. The recipes are clearly written and don't require many exotic ingredients. I'm not a vegetarian, but I'm always interested in finding tasty non-meat dishes to vary the daily menu and this cookbook delivers on that! The recipes in this book are ovo-lacto, but many of them can easily be adapted to vegan cooking. I definitely recommend this book! With recipes like these, meat really becomes irrelevant -- these dishes are all intrinsically good in and of themselves!
MilsoN
Loved the cookbook, simple instructions, good food. There are no illustrations so this isnt a fancy, smanchy cookbook but full of the kind of stuff your family would actually eat.
Uris
I love mexican food and really dislike the "mexican food" you get in the U.S. It is so unhealthy and Americanized and nothing like what you eat in Mexico. This cookbook helps me to cook truly authentic with an even healthier flair since it's vegetarian recipes.
I haven't made many of the recipes yet but reading them I can tell I will like them and I'm looking forward to trying them all!
Rare
If your looking for Vegetarian Mexican cuisine beyond your typical bean burrito, cheese enchiladas, and corn tamales this is a great book to have. The recipes are packed with flavor and most of them are very easy to make. although many are lower in fat than what you would get in a typical mexican restaurant, they are hardly low fat, low cholesterol ( the healthy world cuisine part). It all relative as to what you consider to be healthy( each recipe gives you the calorie, protein & fat count so you can decide for yourself.) In any case many recipes are easily convertable to low fat low cholesterol, without losing any of the flavor. Bon Appetit!
Beautiful lean Mexican cookbook. Vegetarian food with a lot of color and spice.Love the simple recipes ingredients are easily available easy to prepare. This is the best mexican vegetarian cook book that I have purchased so far!