- Publisher: Penguin UK (2022-12-06)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 224 pages
- ISBN-13: 9781405952651
- Item Weight: 861.84 grams
- Dimensions: 9.29 x 7.67 x 0.87 cm
THE NO. 1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
Discover simple and delicious Asian-inspired recipes for every day, from the winner of Jamie Oliver's hit Channel 4 series The Great Cookbook Challenge
'A collection of fuss-free recipes that are packed full of flavour and goodness . . . We love the fusion of Thai and British food in many of these recipes' EVENING STANDARD, 'Best Thai Cookbooks for Authentic Recipes'
'One of the summer's hottest cookbooks' DAILY MAIL
'Much tastier than a takeaway!' WOMAN
Dominique's Kitchen is packed with quick, delicious recipes perfect for any night of the week.
In her signature style, Dominique will show you just how easy it can be to cook with ingredients from around Asia, creating big, bold, flavourful dishes you'll want to cook again and again. Giving you the perfect introduction into Asian-inspired food, you'll find a whole array of exciting and achievable recipes to try, including . . .
· Tamarind, Honey and Sesame Chicken
· Singapore-Style Tofu
· Hot Smoked Salmon Rice Bowl with Wasabi Dressing
· Sticky Hoisin Shiitake Mushrooms
· Miso Caramel Pears with a Crumble Topping
· Thai Tuna Fishcakes
From small plates, salads and noodles to stir-fries, curries, sweet things and more, there's plenty to inspire you in the kitchen.
Dominique wants to share her love of great home-cooked food, and that's exactly what you'll find in these pages.
About the Author
Half-Thai mum of three, entrepreneur and keen home cook, Dominique Woolf won the Channel 4 television show The Great Cookbook Challenge with Jamie Oliver in 2022. Having been a singer-songwriter and recruitment consultant in a previous life, Dominique decided to change careers and focus on her first love - food - after realizing just how much she enjoyed getting creative in the kitchen. She trained at Leiths School of Food and Wine to immerse herself in the industry and hone her skills, then became a food writer, before starting her own business, The Woolf 's Kitchen, in the middle of lockdown 2020. Initially selling a range of sauces inspired by those her Thai auntie used to make, she has now expanded into chilli oils, pastes and nuts, too. Dominique is passionate about sharing her love of big, bold flavours and Asian-inspired cuisine.