Home Cooking and Diets

The Latin Table: Easy, Flavorful Recipes from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Beyond


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English | 19 Apr. 2018 | ISBN: 151072866X | 176 Pages | EPUB | 34.26 MB

For more than two decades, customers have lined up outside the doors of west coast chef Isabel Cruz's three popular restaurants. Cruz, who is known for her innovative and healthy twist on traditional Latin fare, balances her ingredients to cook the delicious food that she, her family, and her restaurant patrons love. This book is full of simple, easy-to-make recipes with the Latin flavors you'll love producing in your own kitchen.

Some recipes included are:
Three Piggies Tacos (carnitas, bacon, and chicharr??n)
Crispy Tofu with Cilantro Lime Sauce and Mango Salsa
Salmon with Papaya-Mango-Mint-Salsa
Char-Grilled Rack of Lamb with Cinnamon and Cumin
Green Chile Posole with Pork
And many more!

By creatively blending Latin and Asian cuisine Cruz creates flavorful and health-conscious meals. In The Latin Table, Cruz shares her signature recipes and award-winning cocktails from her restaurants, teaching home chefs how to easily prepare flavorful Latin meals at home.
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