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Sallets and Salmagundis: Salads, Salad Dressing. This volume provides an account, accompanied by many recipes, of the often-shifting ideas and tastes surrounding salad, throughout history and around the world. One example is 'a grand spring sallet', which counts cowslip and violet buds, capers, currants and samphire among its diverse medley.
Enjoy authentic Italian Insalata in every season Salads introduces you to the authentic flavors of Italian cuisine in all its glory - the highest quality fresh ingredients, the subtle balance of tradition and innovation, and, above all, a joyous spirit. From the world-famous Insalata Caprese to the classic seafood salad of Naples, here are 50 sensational salads to savor.
The wonderful thing about making a salad is that it's a relaxed, stress-free way of cooking, with endless possibilities for customisation. By simply adding in a handful of toasted nuts, something sweet like sultanas, a few spoonfuls of chewy grains like barley or spelt, then a crumbling of cheese; a boring salad can start to look a lot more like dinner.
In Salad Feasts, Jessica Elliott Dennison guides you through the art of creating the perfect meal with 65 foolproof recipes that turn salads into flavour-packed, midweek meals. From a quick, 10-minute Radicchio, Stilton and Pear salad, to the fuss-free Hot and Sour Chicken in Gem Lettuce, each recipe provides alternative substitute ingredients that are designed to make your salad-making flexible and easy, no matter the season.
Including feasting menus to elevate your salads into occasion-worthy spreads, as well as a basic recipe formula to guide you, these are easy-to-assemble, delicious meals that transform ordinary salads into extraordinary feasts.
Kilner jars are perfect for a healthy and delicious salad. The dressing goes on the bottom, with heavier or harder ingredients making up the next layer(s), perhaps topped off with some fresh leafy greens. Everything stays crisp and separate until it is time to toss the salad in a bowl ready to serve and enjoy. When made ahead these 125 tempting and innovative recipes last for days in the fridge for almost a week's worth of lunches and/or dinners. These 'grab and go' salads are ideal on those harried weekday mornings or busy weekends. Tanya Linton includes creative snacks and breakfasts as well as a chapter devoted to rice bowls and even desserts. Lettuce-based salads like Italian Salad (chopped salami, spicy green beans, white beans and Pecorino), Green Goddess (sugar snap peas, proper peas and edamame with hoisin chicken) or Sweet and Salty Salad (rocket, figs, buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto) are great for the whole family. For something more hearty, there are also noodle and grain/legume based salads like Pasta Carbonara Salad (pasta, cooked eggs, cooked pancetta, baby arugula), Chicken Soup Salad (noodles, carrots, celery, chopped kale and chicken) and Layered Tabbouleh Salad (cous cous, cucumber, tomatoes, parsley, onion). For a dessert idea for an office celebration or a picnic, Pretty Pavlovas, Layered Cheater Chocolate Cheesecake and Banana Bread Parfait are favourites.
Everyone loves a big salad: it's how many of us prefer to eat either when cooking for a crowd or eating alone. Summer or winter, one-plate salads make for a delicious, fresh and healthy meal. Big Salads offers 60 recipes that make the most of seasonal salad ingredients, giving people the option to eat vegetarian, vegan or use meat and fish in small amounts with a bounty of beautiful fresh vegetables, herbs and leaves. From Pea, asparagus and lemon labneh salad and Papaya salad with coconut poached chicken in spring, to summery White peach with prosciutto and watercress, comforting autumn platters of Balsamic fig and baked goats' cheese and wintry Parsnip tostada and roast heritage carrot salad, Big Salads make the most wonderful mealtime solution all-year round. Easy to throw together, and most definitely good for you and the whole family, who needs a dozen small dishes when you can have one BIG SALAD?
Salads are perfect for big-flavour meals, but pre-made ones are often covered with sugary dressings and full of preservatives for extended shelf life, so Kathryn Bruton has ramped up the health-factor with her range of skinny salads to suit everyone, whether they want something warming and comforting, refreshing and revitalising or all-out wow. Chapters cover Gloriously Green, Comfort, Simple, Classics, Show-Off and Fruit Salads, and include gluten and dairy-free, vegetarian and vegan recipes. Plus there's a section with extra-good-for-you dressings, condiments and pickles. From warming Kofta Salad, a `Wind me Down' Winter's Evening Salad and tasty Spiced Roasted Plum Salad to a twist on the classic, Caesar Salad with Purple Kale, Kathryn minimises the use of sugary, heavy dressings and bland leaves and brings fresh, nutrient-packed ingredients. Each salad is less than 300 calories per portion but still jam-packed with flavour.
This is a tempting collection of stylish and tantalizing soups and starters. Each recipe is clearly presented with step-by-step instructions, and the book is illustrated with over 260 photographs. There are plenty of quick and easy options that take only a few minutes to make, as well as sophisticated dishes that can be prepared in advance - perfect for impressing at dinner parties. Recipes range from simple soups and seasonal salads to delicious pates, elegant terrines and foolproof souffles, so there is something for every occasion. Professional cook's tips and extra recipe variations throughout make this book a perfect source of information as well as ideas. This wonderful book of first courses is great for anyone who loves cooking and entertaining, whether for a formal dinner party or a relaxed family meal. There is a choice of over 70 delightful recipes which are surprisingly easy to prepare. The book features classic recipes such as Wild Mushroom Soup, Chicken Liver Pate, and Leek and Onion Tartlets, as well as new ideas, such as Salade Nicoise, Pears and Stilton, and Mussels and Clams with Lemon Grass. Every recipe is shown in helpful stage-by-stage photography, with a glorious picture of the finished dish, so you can see the results you are aiming for, and cook's tips and variations provide extra advice and ideas. With so many fantastic recipes, there's a first course here to complement every main course, tempt any tastebuds, and impress the most demanding guests.
A great way of getting our daily 5 a day is to eat plenty of salads. Salads are more than lettuce - a huge variety of different vegetables, meat, chicken, fish or tofu can be used to make a tempting dish. The versatility of salads is such that they can be made with fresh, frozen, cooked or canned ingredients, and there are endless possible variations. Fresh, colourful and exciting, this book is filled with recipes for every type of salad. From Chinese Chive and Onion Salad and Asparagus and Langoustine Salad to Lebanese Country Salad and Panzanella, you will never be short of inspiration. Each recipe clearly lists the ingredients you will need, and detailed step-by-step instructions ensure great results every time. Also included is a comprehensive guide to salad essentials, such as vegetables, leaves and herbs, plus recipes for salad dressings, dips, oils and vinegars. Beautifully illustrated with 245 stunning pictures, this book is the perfect guide to producing tempting and tasty salads at any time, for any occasion.
These 52 recipes are a comprehensive range of diverse salads, including vegan salads, grain salads, Zoodle and seafood salads. Expect myriad flavours from across the globe. Imagine a Vietnamese-style chicken coleslaw, Mexican-spiced quinoa salad or a Japanese(ish) combination of edamame and chickpeas with avocado-lime dressing. Do you know what Korean-style Bibimbap is? The 5-Minute Salad Lunchbox explains, alongside its foolproof recipe. Sometimes preparing your food for the impending can feel impossible. You opt for the easy way out: buying lunch. Often this is less healthy, and always more expensive, than bringing your own to work. On the other hand, maybe you're just in desperate need of inspiration after making the same pitiable sandwich day after day (month after month... year after year). This book makes food prepping an exciting and nutritious lunch a total breeze. Lunch breaks should always be something to look forward to. A restorative breath - away from a working world of email chains, customer service nightmares or manual labor. Your mornings will be drastically improved by the comfort of knowing that your 5-minute salad awaits you. With the protein gained from any of these 52 salads, you can safely forgo that second afternoon coffee: this is all the energy your workday is ever going to need.
Fresh, healthy and delicious - 75 recipes will inspire you to nourish your body from the inside out with every delicious forkful. Take inspiration from countries all around the globe and whip up hearty salads that are nutritious and full of flavour. From Mediterranean recipes to Asian-inspired classics, salads have never been as popular. This vibrant book showcases beautifully balanced salads, with chapters covering Meat and Poultry, Fish and Shellfish, Dairy, Grains, Beans and Pulses, and Simply Fruits and Vegetables. Salads are ideal for light meals, and there are plenty of ideas here that can be made in advance and transported to the office or school. The book also contains midweek ideas that will please the whole family, as well as some impressive dishes that wouldn't be out of place at a dinner party. Sprouted seeds and micro greens are becoming increasingly popular, and are now readily available to buy, but Nicola goes the extra mile by showing you how to sprout seeds at home, so you will always have some on hand to throw into a speedy dish. With more and more people aspiring to eat healthier diets, and with such a large variety of fresh and interesting ingredients now readily available, there has never been a better time to experiment and discover some new favourites.
"Salads might be an indispensable mealtime support act, but they are also worthy of a starring role in their own right. Drawing on delicious flavours from around the world and using fine, fresh produce, salads will never again seem second best. Each recipe is written in a clear and concise style and is accompanied by a mouth-watering photograph of the finished dish."
2020 James Beard Award Winner With recipes for gumbos and stews, plus okra pickles, tofu, marshmallow, paper, and more Chris Smith's first encounter with okra was of the worst kind: slimy fried okra at a greasy-spoon diner. Despite that dismal introduction, Smith developed a fascination with okra, and as he researched the plant and began to experiment with it in his own kitchen, he discovered an amazing range of delicious ways to cook and eat it, along with ingenious and surprising ways to process the plant from tip-to-tail: pods, leaves, flowers, seeds, and stalks. Smith talked okra with chefs, food historians, university researchers, farmers, homesteaders, and gardeners. The summation of his experimentation and research comes together in The Whole Okra, a lighthearted but information-rich collection of okra history, lore, recipes, craft projects, growing advice, and more. The Whole Okra includes classic recipes such as fried okra pods as well as unexpected delights including okra seed pancakes and okra flower vodka. Some of the South's best-known chefs shared okra recipes with Smith: Okra Soup by culinary historian Michael Twitty, Limpin' Susan by chef BJ Dennis, Bhindi Masala by chef Meherwan Irani, and Okra Fries by chef Vivian Howard. Okra has practical uses beyond the edible, and Smith also researched the history of okra as a fiber crop for making paper and the uses of okra mucilage (slime) as a preservative, a hydrating face mask, and a primary ingredient in herbalist Katrina Blair's recipe for Okra Marshmallow Delight. The Whole Okra is foremost a foodie's book, but Smith also provides practical tips and techniques for home and market gardeners. He gives directions for saving seed for replanting, for a breeding project, or for a stockpile of seed for making okra oil, okra flour, okra tempeh, and more. Smith has grown over 75 varieties of okra, and he describes the nuanced differences in flavor, texture, and color; the best-tasting varieties; and his personal favorites. Smith's wry humor and seed-to-stem enthusiasm for his subject infuse every chapter with just the right mix of fabulous recipes and culinary tips, unique projects, and fun facts about this vagabond vegetable with enormous potential.
Fresh, healthy, wholesome, and delicious - there can be so much more to salads than just a few leaves on a plate. These tasty recipes will inspire you to nourish your body from the inside out with every delicious forkful. Take inspiration from countries all around the globe and whip up hearty salads that are nutritious and full of flavour. From Mediterranean recipes to Asian-inspired classics, salads have never been been as popular. This delightful book showcases beautifully balanced salads, with chapters covering Meat and Poultry, Fish and Shellfish, Dairy, Grains, Beans and Pulses, and Simply Fruits and Vegetables. Salads are ideal for light meals, and there are plenty of ideas here that can be made in advance and transported to the office or school. The book also contains midweek ideas that will please the whole family, as well as some impressive dishes that wouldn't be out of place at a dinner party. Sprouted seeds and micro greens are becoming increasingly popular, and are now readily available to buy, but Nicola goes the extra mile by showing you how to sprout seeds at home, so you will always have some on hand to throw into a speedy dish. With more and more people aspiring to eat healthier diets, and with such a large variety of fresh and interesting ingredients now readily available, there has never been a better time to experiment and discover some new favourites.
This title features delicious seasonal salads for all occasions: 180 sensational recipes shown in 245 fabulous photographs. You can enjoy a variety of salads, including international recipes, in this delectable collection. It includes classic salads such as Fresh Tuna Salad Nicoise, Coronation Chicken, Warm Potato Salad with Bacon Dressing, Waldorf Rice Salad, Coleslaw with Blue Cheese, and Refreshing Fruit Salad in a Tangy Dressing. It is an illustrated reference section selects the best salad ingredients, and explains how to make dressings and dips. Each recipe has step-by-step instructions and a complete nutritional analysis to help plan your meals. Salads must be one of the most versatile dishes - they can be eaten as an appetizer or a main course, enjoyed cold or warm, and you can choose from a huge variety of textures, tastes and seasonings. Fresh vegetables, fish, meat, chicken or tofu need only a tempting dressing to make a delicious salad. Imaginative and exciting, this book is filled with recipes for salads drawn from all corners of the world to take advantage of unusual ingredients. Capers, tamarind, preserved lemons, pickled garlic and sumac are just a few of the exotic additions that transform leafy vegetables. This book is the perfect guide to producing stunning salads for any occasion.
All kinds of salads in a comprehensive 200-recipe collection - cold, hot, composed, main and side.
From the simplest Petite Salade Verte to a sophisticated White Nectarine Carpaccio with Microgreen Salad, from the Moroccan Carrot Salad with Golden Raisins, Saffron and Shallots, to the hearty Red Quinoa Salad with Oranges and Thyme-Encrusted Roasted Duck Legs, Salade: Recipes from the Market Table celebrates the surprising diversity and bold flavors possible in every bowl. Grouped by key ingredient, with stunning full-page photos, delightful anecdotes and recipes that work every time, Salade transforms salads into the highlight of any menu. Pascale's passion for great food and her genuine love of salads shout from every glorious page of this, her sixth book. She takes inspiration from, among other things: a thoughtful conversation with a grower at the lively farmers market; a quiet stroll through her favorite vineyard; or a raucous picnic with her cousins in the South of France. Pascale builds on simple palettes of delicate lettuces, hearty greens and nutty grains, with luscious fruit like figs, pears and peaches, earthy mushrooms, fragrant herbs and vegetables, all picked at the height of their season for fresh, bright tastes and textures. The result is a compendium of more than 80 salads, brimming with vibrant hues, innovative ingredients and creative flavor combinations. Wildly colorful, thoroughly engaging and with spectacular dishes that both satisfy and impress, Salade is as beautiful, refreshing and welcome as the first green lettuce leaves of Spring.
Who wants a soggy salad for lunch? The trick to a perfectly fresh and crisp salad that can be kept in the refrigerator the night before is all about the layering: the dressing at the base, followed by protein or grains, then nuts or seeds, with the leafy greens on top. When you're ready to eat the salad, turn the jar out into a bowl and enjoy immediately! Jar Salads contains 52 deliciously inventive salads - a new one for every week of the year. From a Mexican-inspired vegetarian taco salad to a Vietnamese pork and vermicelli noodle salad, Jar Salads has all tastes covered. Get inspired to get healthy.
This title features fabulous pasta sauces, starters, salads and soups, shown in over 300 step-by-step photographs. It presents a combination of traditional dishes, regional specialities, and original recipe ideas. It guides you through each stage of preparation with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. It features classic recipes such as Penne all' Arrabbiata and Minestone Soup, as well as contemporary ideas such as Paglia e Fieno with Prawns and Vodka, and Tagliatelle with Radicchio and Cream. It includes guidelines on how to cook pasta to perfection, with tips on how to eat it, how to match shapes to sauces, and how to serve. This superb book is a truly comprehensive guide to choosing, cooking and enjoying Italian pasta. The introductory identification section contains fabulous photographs and fascinating information on a huge range of dried and fresh pasta types, including long and short varieties as well as flavoured and colored pasta. There is also a fully illustrated technique section showing how to cook and serve pasta, and how to choose the right pasta for your sauce. The book features more than 100 inspirational recipes for pasta sauces, salads and soups, encompassing all kinds of pasta.
This book features sensational fresh salad recipes for all seasons and occasions. It offers inspiring ideas for all tastes, from simple side salads to sophisticated main course creations. It is a feast of delicious healthy recipes that take only minutes to prepare. It shows you how to make classic recipes such as Caesar Salad and Salade Nicoise, as well as tempting ideas including Warm Chicken with Sesame. You can make the most of salad ingredients from leaves and herbs to vegetables, fish, meat, cheese, pulses and fruit. It includes advice on preparing and storing salad ingredients, and suggestions for dressings. Say goodbye to boring lettuce with this delightful little book of fresh ideas. The recipes embrace tastes and textures from all around the world, with Prosciutto Salad with an Avocado Fan, Thai Scented Fish Salad, and Tabbouleh with Fennel & Pomegranate, as well as refreshing sweet salads, including Exotic Fruit Salad, Watermelon & Grapefruit Salad, and Iced Pineapple Crush with Strawberries & Lychees. The handy introduction explains how to prepare, rinse and crisp salad greens, and how to make Mayonnaise and French Dressing. With easy to follow instructions and attractive pictures, this book will provide inspiration every day.
Salads don t have to be boring! With the fantastic choice of leaves and herbs on offer today, we now have the chance to create a wealth of delicious dishes.;In Good Food 101 Seasonal Salads, you ll find a huge variety of all-year-round salads devised by the team at BBC Good Food Magazine.;Containing 101 recipes using seasonal produce, from Pesto Chicken and Potato Salad and Spring Salad with Watercress Dressing to Warm Salad of Chargrilled Courgettes and Salmon and Minted Green Bean Salad, there are plenty of exciting ideas combining intriguing ingredients and imaginative flavours.;You may be looking for a light lunch, refreshing side dish or a more substantial supper whatever it is, there are lots of ideas for delicious dishes in this handy book.;Each recipe is accompanied by a full page picture so that cooks of every ability can easily follow the instructions and achieve superb results every time.
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