Salud Y Sazon: 200 Recetas De LA Cocina De Mama Todas Bajas En Grasa, Sal Y Colesterol!

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Rodale, 1998 - Cooking - 368 pages
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Latin American food is famous for its vibrant colors and explosive flavors, and Americans have a passion for salsa, tortillas, and tacos. However, we also tend to prepare these foods with large amounts of lard, salt, and deep-fat frying. Steven Raichlen, master of delicious, low-fat Latin cooking, has taken 200 traditional Latin recipes and removed the fat -- but not the fun!

Celebrate your own fiesta with the savory spices of Raichlen's more than 200 tempting recipes. From guacamolc to Mexican hot chocolate. Raichlen blends his thorough knowledge of Latin America's diverse cuisine with his time-tested skill in healthy cooking Alive with the colors of more than 60 beautiful photographs

 

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Contents

UNA GIRA GASTRONÓMICA POR LATINOAMÉRICA
20
LA SALUD Y LA COCINA LATINOAMERICANA
32
TÉCNICAS PARA COCINAR CON SALUD Y SAZÓN
44
GUIA PARA UNA COCINA BAJA EN GRASA
54
GLOSARIO DE INGREDIENTES y UTENSILIOS
62
RECURSOS
80
SOPAS y GUISOS
114
ENSALADAS y VERDURAS
156
PESCADOS y MARISCOS
258
POLLO y PAVO
296
RES CERDO y CORDERO
316
SALSAS
338
POSTRES JALEAS y ALMÍBARES
378
BEBIDAS
412
CALDOS CONDIMENTOS y RECETAS BÁSICAS
432
ÍNDICE DE RECETAS
452

FRIJOLES y GRANOS
180
TAMALES PANES y SANDWICHES
214
ESPECIALIDADES DE TORTILLAS
232

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About the author (1998)

Steven Raichlen has written more than a dozen cookbooks. He wrote The Barbecue! Bible, based on his travels through 25 countries and his love of live-fire cooking. In 1996, Raichlen's High-Flavor, Low-Fat Vegetarian Cookbook won the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Vegetarian Cookbook.

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