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  • Published: 30 July 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473573659
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256
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The Rangoon Sisters

Recipes from our Burmese family kitchen




The ultimate Burmese cookbook from supper club extraordinaires; this will do what Persiana (172k TCM) did for middle-eastern food, along with Made in India (60k TCM) for Indian cuisine and Mamushka (23k TCM) for Ukrainian food.

'The Rangoon Sisters taught me everything I know about Burmese food. And now they can teach you too.' Grace Dent'Amy and Emily's food is vibrant, colourful and packed with flavour. I can't wait to make everything in this book.' Melissa HemsleyLove Thai food? Addicted to Chinese and Indian? Then it is time to discover the flavours of Burma.

The Rangoon Sisters is a celebration of the incredible food and flavours that are found throughout Myanmar, including over 80 evocative recipes that have been made easy and accessible for the modern home cook by supper club extraordinaires Emily and Amy Chung.

Including chapters such as Snacks, Salads, Curries, Rice, Noodles and Sweets, the simple recipes are perfect for a quick weekday family meal or a comforting slow cook on a weekend. And the food is ideal for sharing and pairing: rich bowls of curry are contrasted with vibrant salads and heaps of steaming rice.

Recipes include:Mohinga (fish chowder)Pumpkin curryPickled tealeaf saladStuffed aubergine curryButterbean stewCoconut chicken noodlesMango and lime cheesecake

With easy to follow instructions and no specialist equipment or expensive ingredients needed, The Rangoon Sisters is essential for anyone wanting to make delicious, simple Burmese food at home.

  • Published: 30 July 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473573659
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256
Categories:

About the authors

Amy Chung

The Rangoon sisters, aka Amy and Emily Chung, are home cooks and junior doctors who started their sell-out supper club in 2013. Their number 1 fan is Grace Dent – who said that their Mohinga (fish chowder) was ‘the nicest thing I put in my mouth in 2017’ and in January 2018 they were number 1 in the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best 50 Things in Food 2018’. They have featured in Esquire, Khoollect, Observer and Evening Standard.

Emily Chung

The Rangoon sisters, aka Emily and Amy Chung, are home cooks and junior doctors who started their sell-out supper club in 2013. Their number 1 fan is Grace Dent – who said that their Mohinga (fish chowder) was ‘the nicest thing I put in my mouth in 2017’ and in January 2018 they were number 1 in the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘Best 50 Things in Food 2018’. They have featured in Esquire, Khoollect, Observer and Evening Standard.

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