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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Love those Cookbooks

This was our supper tonight from Beyond the Great Wall , one of my favorite cookbooks. I made Home-style Tajik Nan bread and Delectable Deep-fried Pork Tenderloin. The pork is dipped in a rice flour mixture before being fried. Then you sprinkle on Tribal Pepper-Salt (pepper, salt and Sichuan pepper ground together) and add a squeeze of lime. It tasted quite amazing. It smelled too good to take a long time arranging the plate. In fact I had already started eating when I remembered that I wanted a picture.

Here is the Nan bread just out of the oven. It raises for a long time and has yogurt in it. It is one of the most tender breads I have ever made.

I tried to get it cooking on my pizza stone in the oven but the camera lens kept steaming up, so this was the best I could get. Too bad I can't add aroma to this post.


Clare said...

I can smell it! I do love Chinese food.

Elaine Adair said...

My gosh - more temptation to actually COOK something. It all looks very good!

Frog Quilter said...

Are you willing to post the recipe for NAN Bread? Ummmm