The Best of Chef Wan: A Taste of Malaysia

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Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Private Limited, 2011 - Cooking - 287 pages
Malaysia's Culinary Ambassador and Asia's most notable chef, Chef Wan shares 138 recipes in The Best of Chef Wan. Comprising a comprehensive collection of dishes carefully selected and perfected by the culinary personality, including his favourite Malaysian dishes, this compendium features six categories-Meat, Poultry, Fish and Seafood, Salads and Vegetables, Rice and Noodles and Soups. You will find classic Malaysian dishes such as Terengganu Beef Curry, Nyonya Squid Sambal and Herb Rice Salad (Nasi Ulam) as well as some regional specialties such as Chettinad Chicken, Thai-style Beef in Spicy Gravy and Fried Tom Yam Vermicelli. Written in an easy-to-follow format and accompanied by a glossary that highlights the unique ingredients found in the Asian kitchen, The Best of Chef Wan is the definitive cookbook for home cooks and food lovers alike who wish to learn more about Asian cuisine.

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A household name with more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Chef Wan is Asia's most renowned culinary personality. He has appeared in various television cooking programmes, delighting audiences near and far with his wit and humour while demonstrating his cooking skills. Chef Wan has received numerous honours and awards and became the first celebrity chef in Malaysia to be bestowed the title of Datuk, followed by his appointment as Culinary Ambassador by Tourism Malaysia later that year. He was also given the highest recognition for celebrity chefs with the title Best Celebrity Chef Award at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2009. Chef Wan continues to share his expertise and knowledge with food lovers through contributions in regional newspapers and magazines, as well as through his cookbooks in both English and Bahasa Malaysia. Find out more about Chef Wan at

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