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May 03rd, 2011 94 Comments

Easy Chinese Recipes Cookbook

I am extremely thrilled to announce that my first cookbook “Easy Chinese Recipes” is now available  WORLDWIDE (scroll down to see where you can buy a copy of my cookbook) and on Amazon.

It’s been a long journey from the moment I signed the book deal, two years ago precisely. It was a lot of hard work and dedication as I cooked, styled, photographed, and wrote the entire cookbook while I was pregnant. Check out the above promo video to learn more about the cookbook.

The book is a compilation of 80+ easy Chinese recipes: popular Chinese take-outs in the United States, classic Chinatown dishes, restaurant-style recipes, and family favorites. Every recipe is graced with a color photo and many of them have step-by-step picture guide. Most importantly, all recipes are super easy, authentic, and deliver amazingly delicious results. Easy Chinese Recipes is a cookbook that you want to have in your kitchen—it’s filled with everyday recipes that you can refer to on a daily basis.

PRESS AND REVIEWS

“What a gorgeous, heartfelt, fun, and inspiring book! From pot stickers, roast pork, steamed fish, original chow mein, and much more, Bee Yinn Low demystifies one of the world’s greatest cuisines through this amazing trove of utterly authentic yet accessible recipes. If you love Chinese food, you must—and I mean must—own this book.” — Harris Salat, food writer and coauthor of The Japanese Grill

“Easy Chinese Recipes is a clear guide to help you cook Chinese for your family and friends. Bee Yinn Low is a multi-talented writer and cook, and her easy to follow recipes along with her own beautiful photography makes this a book you will reach for over and over again.”— Robert Danhi, author & photographer of Southeast Asian Flavors

“This book gushes with Bee Yinn Low’s enthusiasm for pursuing and preparing tasty Chinese food.” — Andrea Nguyen, author of Into the Vietnamese Kitchen and Asian Dumplings

“I’m extremely thrilled that you’re holding this cookbook, because that means you’ll be discovering the secrets to authentic Chinese home cooking.” — Jaden Hair, author of The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook

EASY CHINESE RECIPES COOKBOOK REVIEWS & PRESS MENTIONS

  1. LA Weekly, Oct 28, 2011: Review
  2. Tampa Tribune, September 13, 2011: Recipe Lost and Found: Shrimp Fried Rice
  3. Library Journal, September 15, 2011: Review
  4. Babble.com, September 28, 2011: Easy Chinese Recipes: Sweet and Sour Pork & Giveaway
  5. Yummly.com, October 13, 2011: Simple Egg Drop Soup
  6. DavidLebovitz.com, December 5, 2011: Favorite Cookbooks of 2011
  7. World Journal 世界日报, Sept 18, 2011: Interview
  8. Examiner, September 9, 2011: Rasa Malaysia Food Blogger Releases New Cookbook
  9. The Orange County Register, September 2, 2011: Popular Irvine Blogger to Release Cookbook 
  10. Audrey Magazine, Fall 2011: Review
  11. Flavours Magazine, September/October, 2011: Review
  12. Menuism, September, 2011: Interview
  13. Travel & Leisure Southeast Asia, September 2011: Insider Books
  14. Style Magazine, Singapore, August 2011: Review
  15. The Daring Kitchen, September 2011: Review
  16. Glow Magazine, October 2011, Malaysia: Review
  17. Lifewise Magazine, September-October 2011, Singapore: Feature
  18. Dine Malaysia: Review
  19. OZIP Magazine, Australia, September 2011: Review
  20. Delicious Days, October 6, 2011: Review
  21. Foodspotting, October 4, 2011: Interview
  22. Foodie Crush: Interview
  23. Viet World Kitchen, Andrea Nguyen: Crunchy Shrimp Balls Recipe
  24. Taste and Tell Blog: Cookbook of the Month
  25. La Fujimama: 5 Reasons to Own Easy Chinese Recipes
  26. Page7Seven Magazine, January 2011: Taste Malaysia

 

RADIO & TV APPEARANCES

  1. Let’s Dine Out Show, Oct 22, 2011: Live Interview
  2. Kim and Don Culinary Confessions: Two Sessions Live Interviews
  3. Halo Halo with Kat Iniba, LA18 TV: Cooking Segments

Below is the book stores that sell “Easy Chinese Recipes.” If you are in the US, you can BUY NOW ON AMAZON. If your country is not on the list, please leave me a comment and I will get the answer for you.

If you are a fan of Rasa Malaysia or a recipe tester, please spread the news to your friends and family as I strongly believe in good word-of-mouth. If you use social media, feel free to share it on your Facebook and Twitter. Last but not least, do remember to pick up a copy of the cookbook when it’s out. Thank you so very much for your continued support!

Online Stores: 

Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA
Book Depository – FREE worldwide shipping!

Australia:

  1. Augusrobertson.com.au
  2. Boomerangbooks.com.au
  3. Booktopia.com.au
  4. Kinokuniya.com Australia

New Zealand:

  1. Whitcoulls.co.nz
  2. Borders.co.nz
  3. Wheelers.co.nz
  4. Paperplus.co.nz
  5. Circlesoft.net

 

WHERE TO BUY “EASY CHINESE RECIPES”

Malaysia
Kinokuniya (KL), MPH, Popular, Borders, Times.

Singapore
Kinokuniya, Times Newslink, Hudson News, Times, Harris Book Company, Prologue, MPH, and Popular.

Indonesia
Kinokuniya and Periplus bookstores

Thailand
Kinokuniya and Asia Books, Bangkok

Philippines
Fully Booked and its online store

China
Shanghai Book Traders, Shanghai Garden Books, Shanghai City of Books, Shanghai Foreign Languages Bookstore, Beijing Foreign Languages Bookstore, Airport Media.

Hong Kong
Dymocks, Relay airport shops, Commercial Press, Swindon Book

India
Om Books, Great India Place Mall

Sri Lanka
Yapa Bookshop

Mauritius
Bookcourt

September 2011
United States, Canada, and New Zealand

October/November 2011
Australia

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94 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Jun Belen says:

    Looks beautiful! Looking forward to having my own copy. Congratulations once again and best of luck!

  2. Fuji Mama says:

    CANNOT WAIT! I feel so lucky to have been a recipe tester and thus had a sneak “taste” at the awesome recipes in this book! If the rest of the recipes are even half as good as the 2 I got to test, then the book is killer!!! And knowing you, there’s no doubt that is the case!! CONGRATS!

  3. Woo hoo! Can’t wait to see the finished product of your labor of love!

  4. Maureen says:

    If the recipes inside are like the cover, it’s going to be a winner. Many people don’t see Chinese recipes as easy and I’m glad you’re showing that it’s really easier than most others.

  5. LIN says:

    Congratulations

  6. Grace says:

    This is a great cookbook cover. I love it.

  7. Lisa H. says:

    Tahniah… Congratulations… yay…
    Oh no… I have to wait 4 months till it make its way to OZ :(

  8. Congratulations Bee! Book cover looks AMAZING. You did it. Can’t wait to see the book.

  9. CONGRATULATIONS Bee! I’m so so excited for you and kuddos to you for all that hard work you’ve put into the book. I have no doubt that the book’s gonna be a huge hit and its worldwide release confirms how popular you are and so will be your book! Can’t wait to lay my hands on it :-)

  10. lingzie says:

    congratulations bee!!! cant wait to see the book!! :)

  11. Pam says:

    Everything looks so delicious… yum. What a huge accomplishment to be published.. Congratulations!!

  12. noobcook says:

    Congratulations! ^^

  13. Brian Lew says:

    Congratulations Bee!! I am so excited for your cookbook!! Can’t wait to get it

  14. Annie says:

    I’m sooo thrilled that it’s almost out. Can’t wait to see it and get a copy. Are you going to be doing book signings?

  15. Marvin says:

    Many congrats Bee! I’m looking very forward to adding your cookbook to my bookshelf!

  16. Sukaina says:

    Oh Wow Bee….that cover looks amazing! Congratulations- you must be so proud! I don’t see a Middle East release date there but it’s ok. I’ll get it when I’m in UK over summer. Well done!

  17. Eryce Chen says:

    Yay! It’s being released earlier in Malaysia! Will definitely look out for it!

  18. Sharmila says:

    Congrats Bee! Can’t wait to get my hands on my own copy!

  19. ouah, un grand bravo ;) congratulation, this book should be very interesting and illustrated with wonderfull pictures ! bizzz

  20. Many congratulations Bee! Very excited for you. I’m sure it will be a huge success:) Kudos!

  21. Bud Sperry says:

    Thanks for all the hard work!

  22. BEE! Congratulations my girl. SO so proud of you and your hard work shows. The cover looks gorgeous! Wish we could buy in Middle East too but I sure can order it from US :-) Looking forward to it!

  23. Congrats!! Can’t wait to see the book!

  24. Joy says:

    Many congratualtion!

  25. Thuy says:

    Congratulations!!! You are so amazing.
    I can’t wait for your cookbook to be released in Canada.

  26. Cherry says:

    Congrats Bee! Can’t wait to get my hands on one…

  27. Hema says:

    I think you have a great blog and I am sure your cookbook is going to be a great hit! Congratulations and All the Best!

  28. sumeetnair says:

    The recipes I tested were awesome! Can’t wait for the book to hit India. Congratulations on getting it done.

  29. This is truly exciting, Bee. Though now that I have looked at this a bit closer, I realise it features Chinese recipes. I was half expecting a Nyonya Recipe feature :) That would be the next project!

    Looking forward to see this on the shelf.

  30. unkaleong says:

    Congrats Bee! Finally it’s out! Can I have an autographed copy ar? ;)

  31. Alice says:

    Boo hoo !! Australia is the last to get your new book! I can’t wait to have it in my hands!

  32. Congrats! I can’t wait!

  33. Congratulations! Will figure it out in book shop in June!

  34. Chai Leng says:

    Congratulations! I have been looking into your site since my younger bro introduced it to me. We both work overseas and obviously missed Msian food. Eventhough I am not much of a cooking person, I find comfort in looking into your blog and when I have the courage and strength to cook some dishes. Many thanks for sharing your recipes and I look forward to purchasing your book.

  35. Vivian says:

    So thrilled to see that Singapore will get to see the book first!

  36. Gillian says:

    Hi, I am in Finland now. Have been trying out ur recipes quietly. Would love to buy a copy of your book. Any idea how?

  37. Diana says:

    Congrats, Bee! The cover looks great. Can’t wait to see it on the shelves!

  38. Nishi says:

    Congrats Bee!!! This is a great achievement. I can’t wait to lay my hands on the book :)

  39. Mzungu says:

    Not being released in England ?

  40. Kama says:

    Congrats on the book. Been following your blog for a long time, very happy on your continued success.

  41. Congratulations!!! I can’t wait for a look at the book!! I will be pre ordering ASAP, although I am in Australia so it will be November before I see it. If you need a tester in the future let me know I would love to be a part of your next venture.

    All the best :)

  42. Niccii says:

    Congrats! It is on my birthday wishlist! question for You tho…We are trying hunt down site’s/blogs with any and all everyday authentic asian eating habits,recipes & customs. We adore yours but are looking for some more everyday style foods,menus ect..is there any you can recommend or know of?
    Thank You in advance!
    Regards
    Niccii

  43. Louise says:

    Congrats! It’s on my “to buy” list!

  44. Iris says:

    I just pre-ordered! Congrats!

  45. Simon says:

    Congratulations Bee. You deserve this success, and I will definitely buy a copy of this book mainly for supporting rasamalaysia.com. Keep posting more excellent recipes:)

  46. stevenelson1973 says:

    The book looks great! Just preordered mine and can’t wait to see it.

    Steve

  47. Tania says:

    hi! i just recently discovered ur blog & i find it fantastic. i’ve tried some of ur recipes and needless to say, they turn out superb. so i just wanted to congratulate u on your cook book. it is a fantastic achievement & u should be so proud of yourself!! i am going to canada over the summer & will buy ur book then =)

  48. Soes says:

    Any chance this will be available in Europe?

  49. Malcolm says:

    This is my highlight for June! Can’t wait. I’m in Singapore though…will you please make a visit here so that I can get you to autograph my copy? :)

  50. renee says:

    $16.47, will this price change later? congrats for your new book, can’t wait to read it.

  51. ct says:

    Yay! Finally, congrats! can’t wait to check it out.

  52. joey says:

    Yaaaaaaaaayyyyy!!!! :) I can’t wait til it’s here! I am sending a note to my favorite book shop now that they MUST stock it! Very big congratulations from me :) Will you be doing a book tour? :)

  53. cooknengr says:

    Finally, congratulation. BTW, wifey moved to the windy city, give us more opportunity to explore the food culture of America…

  54. Dot says:

    Congrats on the cookbook. I cannot wait to get mine!

  55. Jessie says:

    Wow, congratulations! I’m sure this will be a big hit. I hope to pre-order mine as soon as I get my next paycheck.

  56. Yvonne says:

    Congrats for the cookbook. Will the cookbook release in indonesia? thanks for the information :)

  57. Iris says:

    Bee, I’m getting the cookbook in the mail today!! So excited!

  58. Lily G says:

    YAYYY!!! I just got your cookbook in the mail today!
    The book is not only beautiful, but very informative and it DOES contain easy recipes that I think it’s simple and easy enough to make for our dinners. This cookbook is just exactly what I need. Can’t wait to go through the recipes one by one and practise them to impress my parents…:>)

  59. Rosie says:

    Really looking forward to getting a copy of your cookbook!!

  60. Uncle Feri says:

    Now we can get your cookbook in GERMANY, too (ordered it by http://www.bol.de).

    Our son, his wife and daughter are living in Singapore and have no long way to Chinese food. Good for them!
    With your recipes we also will be able to have a short way by cooking mouth-watering EASY CHINESE RECIPES in our own kitchen, now. Marvellous chance for us!

    GOOD TO HAVE YOU and Rasa Malaysia ….. THANKS!

  61. Aniko86 says:

    I’m a big fan from Hungary, Europe. How can i buy this book here in Hungary? The price with the shipping would be too expensive i guess…But i want it…please… Are you planning to sell it in some foreign language bookshops in Budapest? thanks

  62. willow67 says:

    I made the Garlic Chicken and Shrimp fried rice today. They were wonderful! I love your cookbook.

  63. Hi Bee,
    I am a big fan of you. I love your blog style and your attitude towards cooking. Very inspiring.
    Do you know where can I get a copy of your cookbook in Tokyo? Thanks.

  64. n1k1 says:

    Just purchased your cookbook and it’s fabulous. Noticed that ‘beef with broccoli’ has missing instruction. Is that deliberate?

    • Hi Niki, thanks for the support. The method is on the right hand side of the page. :)

      • Carolyn says:

        I just purchased your book & can’t wait to start cooking. I, too, seem to be missing the instructions for the Beef with Broccoli recipe. I have the ingredient list, a big picture of the final product, but no instructions on what to do with the ingredients. There are no instructions on the right hand side of the page. I’m wondering if some of the books are in error?

  65. kiran kirpalani says:

    hi.have been a subscriber of ur website ever since.wld love to get my hands on your cook book,but can’t seem to do so.I live in PUNE,Maharashtra n the bk is not available here so far.would like to know where is OM BOOKS,GREAT INDIA PLACE MALL?is it in delhi?n if there is a store in Pune.looking forward to hearing from u asap.thank you

  66. Simon says:

    Hey there

    I purchased your book and read through it. Even thought I’m familiar with some of the “basics” in chinese cuisine I must say I’m impressed with the diversity of your recipes. I will walk into the best asian grocery shop in oslo on friday and catch some of the ingredients. If I am unable to find Maltose, is there any good substitutes?

    After some years of laziness I have finally got myself to do something about the future blog. Don’t be surprised if it pops up a review with actual testing of some of the recipes.

    • Hi Simon – thanks so much for buying my cookbook. You can use more honey if you can’t find Maltose but you can order it online at AsianSupermarket365.com. Thanks and I hope to read your review soon. :)

      • Simon says:

        Hi there again Bee,

        I have been reading some more into your book and absorbed some of the information somewhat closer. It seems like some of the recipes presented in the book is “sauceless”. Was this intentional? It appears to be a lot of marinade ingredients presented in that recipe. I trust that you appreciate and respect constructive criticism.

        Btw. I have tried making the bbq Sauce, the outcome was delicious. After some asian grocery store hopping I couldn’t quite find maltose. What I did here was to roughly double the amount of high quality honey i bought in the store. The pork tenderloin is now marinating. I just used the regular shao xing wine which worked fine. gonna cook the char siu on sunday with the chinese cucumber salad and Jasmine rice:). Surprise for my better half.

      • Simon says:

        Just checking in with a few words. I so far made your version of beef and broccoli, it turned out very delicious. I have to say that its pretty close to the one my former shanghai born father in law made + the one i used to eat in china town. But the version i cooked before and ate before was made with Chinese broccoli instead of regular broccoli.

        The char siu pork became a instant hit. There were even some leftovers to make “char siu fried rice” the day after. About the substitute for maltose, I found a good quality Maple syrup that really did the trick:)

  67. wendy luu says:

    Please give us all some great dishes to prepare for Chinese New Year! I love your work btw, I have been a big fan since you first started. Can’t wait to get my hands on your book. Best of luck!

  68. Kim H` says:

    I picked up a copy of this from work (I work in a museum gift shop) and WOW. I have made just about all of the chicken, beef and pork recipes and they have turned out so well! It’s so refreshing to be able to cook Chinese food without having to hunt high and low for the ingredients.

    I LOVE your sweet and sour sauce, I make it weekly and have used it often in just about everything else I cook.

  69. Tina An Chinn says:

    Hi,I really like your book and i have try cook follow your recipes,it’s easy to follow,healthy food and simply,but sometime i can not follow.Before this i have search your recipes from web and i will print it out,now i have your book.To get your new recipes i will search on rasamalaysia.com every day.

  70. Stefano says:

    Hi i really like not only the way you cook but also your blog desaign, its easy to read. I can wait to read your book. Can you tell me where i can find it in indonesia

  71. Tony Chuah says:

    Dear Bee, First let me thank you for the recipes that you have been churning out. They are so clearly spelt out and easy to follow especially for a beginner like me. I recently took a great interest in cooking after my wife passed on. I have been regularly looking out for your recipe to cook meal for my 3 sons. I have also observed so many giveaways from your rasamalaysia.com but only to the US residence. I am from Malaysia following our very own recipes but can drool at the various giveaways. Can’t the offer be also extended to Malaysia? Would love to lay my hands on one of the giveaways.

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