The Bottom Line
Next to great taste, the main attraction of Chinese food is its reputation for being more healthful than other cuisines. But even the most calorie conscious cook can become confused when working with exotic ingredients like hoisin sauce and dried mushrooms - ingredients that aren't found on most calorie charts. This handy cookbook by Weight Watchers simplifies the process of cooking healthy Chinese meals. A worthwhile resource for dieters and non-dieters alike.
- Simple yet authentic recipes
- Contains nutritional info
- Fits with Weight Watchers program
- No US imperial to metric conversion table
- Chinese cookbook by Weight Watchers
- 100 Recipes
- Nutrition and Serving Portion info for each recipe
- Published by MacMillan Publishing Company
Guide Review - Weight Watchers Stir-fry to Szechuan: 100 Classic Chinese Recipes
As the title indicates, "Stir-Fry to Szechuan: 100 Classic Chinese Recipes" contains recipes for 100 authentic Chinese dishes. A stir-fry version of Kung Pao Chicken is here, along with Hot and Sour Soup and Sizzling Rice. Designed to fit with the Weight Watchers program, all the recipes contain a nutritional breakdown and serving portion information. But you dont need to be following the Weight Watchers plan to appreciate this book in fact, you dont even need to be on a diet. My copy has the soy sauce stains on the cover to prove it!