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Good Housekeeping recipes tick all the boxes - They look great They taste delicious They're easy to make Now, learn how to be a clever cook with this amazing new cookery series. Each Good Housekeeping salad recipe - triple-tested for perfect results - is guaranteed to stand the test of your occasion, be it a delicious Sunday brunch or a light weekday supper. Packed with good old favourites, tasty new ideas, save money, time and effort tips, up-to-date nutritional breakdown including protein and fibre, and savvy advice throughout, it couldn't be easier to create a naughty or nice salad for your family and friends. Enjoy! Other titles in the Good Housekeeping series include Bake Me a Cake, Easy Peasy, Al Fresco Eats, Let's Do Brunch, Cheap Eats, Gluten-free & Easy, Low Fat Low Cal, Posh Nosh, Party Food, Flash in the Pan, Roast It!, Great Veg and Slow Stoppers
What happens when you appeal to Kickstarter to fund your first attempt at making a bowl of potato salad? Well, if you're Zack Brown, you end up raising $55,492, a story that goes viral, a charity-minded "PotatoStock" Festival, and, eventually, a potato salad cookbook for the masses. The Peace, Love & Potato Salad Cookbook is the result of one man's attempt at making potato with the help of the world. Featuring 24 delicious and wide-ranging potato salad recipes, this fun and engaging cookbook is the result of the generous support of the backers who elevated Zack Brown's crowdfunding appeal from a simple, good-humored joke to philanthropic levels covered by Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN, and the Huffington Post. In an effort to do "the most good that he can," with the Kickstarter funds and his new found fame, Zack's new cookbook will continue to spread the word about "peace, love, & potato salad." Best of all, this tasty collection of potato salad recipes represents the positive change we can accomplish - even from the smallest ideas -- when we all work together.
Elevating salads to their rightful place as stylish and satisfying dishes, you will find more than 50 recipes to tempt your taste buds with exciting textures and zingy flavours. The Well-Dressed Salad combines flavours from around the world to create refreshing, filling and healthy salads. With seasonal ingredients from blood oranges, asparagus to quail and crab this book combines unique ingredients to create mouth-watering dishes and Jen's innovative dressings compliment your salad beautifully. From larger dishes to small plates all recipes are great on their own or as sharing platters. Recipes include well-known Mediterranean classics such as Tabbouleh and Fattoush to contemporary fusion dishes like Raspberry Duck with sugared pecans. 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 try new salads ideas.
Salmagundi is a 17th-century English word denoting a salad dish comprising, well, everything. The nearest modern equivalent is Fiambre, a Guatemalan salad containing in excess of twenty ingredients. This comprehensive new book from acclaimed author Sally Butcher looks at salad bowls across the world in 150 recipes. The recipes feature a number of archaic, traditional and staple dishes - and a whole lot of funky new stuff as well. Divided into fourteen chapters (Herbs and Leaves; Vegetables; Beans; Roots; Grains and Pasta, Rice, Cheese, Fish, Meat, Dips, Fruity Salads, Salads for Pudding, The Dressing Room, The Prop Cupboard), no stone is left unturned in pursuit of the ultimate salad recipe. Recipes are flagged where relevant with tags such as `super-healthy' or `skinny-minny' or `main course' to make it more user-friendly. Seasoned with Sally's trademark mixture of folklore and anecdotes, and with photography from renowned food photographer Yuki Sugiura, this is an essential update for the foodie bookshelf.
"A new book by Karen Martini is a reason for celebration. This is clever, delicious, doable food and it uses absolutely all of my favourite ingredients." Yotam Ottolenghi
Vibrant, fresh produce takes centre stage in this collection of original, nourishing and downright delicious salads and vegetable dishes from Karen Martini.
This comprehensive book from acclaimed author Sally Butcher looks at salad bowls across the world in 150 recipes. The recipes feature a number of archaic, traditional and staple dishes - as well as more modern recipes for quick dinners and lunch on the go. Divided into fourteen chapters (Herbs and Leaves; Vegetables; Beans; Roots; Grains and Pasta, Rice, Cheese, Fish, Meat, Dips, Fruity Salads, Salads for Pudding, The Dressing Room, The Prop Cupboard), no stone is left unturned in pursuit of the ultimate salad recipe. Recipes are flagged where relevant with tags such as `super-healthy' or `main course' to make it more user-friendly. Seasoned with Sally's trademark mixture of folklore and anecdotes, and with photography from renowned food photographer Yuki Sugiura, this is an essential book for any cook.
The brains behind the #1 bestselling Carbs & Cals are back with the ideal salad book for the health-conscious. 80 delicious recipes, beautifully presented, showing detailed nutritional information for each salad. The perfect book for those on a low-calorie, high-fibre or high-protein diet, or just wanting to achieve their 5-a-day fruit & veg.FEATURES: * 80 delicious salad recipes + 20 dressings. * Stunning photos of every salad. * Meat, chicken, fish and vegetarian options. * Values for carbs, calories, protein, fat, saturated fat, fibre and 5-a-day fruit & veg. * 350 photos of ingredients to inspire you to create your own salad recipes! * An introduction section explaining the health benefits of salads. SALAD CHAPTERS: * 10 salads under 150 calories. * 10 low carb salads. * 10 high protein salads. * 10 high fibre salads. * 30 general healthy recipes. * 10 mega salads containing all 5 of your 5-a-day! Whether you are on a low-calorie, low carb, high-fibre or high-protein diet, or just want to achieve your 5-a-day fruit & veg, this is the ideal salad book for you.This is part of the bestselling Carbs & Cals series of health books. Check out the other books in the series: SMOOTHIES, 5:2 DIET PHOTOS and the award-winning CARB & CALORIE COUNTER.
The brains behind the #1 bestselling Carbs & Cals are back with the ideal soup book for the health-conscious. 80 delicious recipes, beautifully presented, showing detailed nutritional information for each soup. The perfect book for those on a low-calorie, high-fibre or high-protein diet, or just wanting to achieve their 5-a-day fruit and veg. FEATURES: 80 delicious soup recipes. Stunning photos of every soup. Meat, chicken, fish & vegetarian options. Values for carbs, calories, protein, fat, saturated fat, fibre, and 5-a-day fruit and veg. 275 photos of ingredients to inspire you to create your own soup recipes. An introduction section explaining the health benefits of soups. Includes soups under 120 calories, low-carb, high protein and high fibre recipes, lots of general recipes and 10 mega soups containing all 5 of your 5-a-day!
Little twists go a long way in this handy book with over 100 delicious salad recipes to inspire your cooking and liven up your mealtimes. Try It! Salads and Dressings shows you how to use healthy and filling ingredients to concoct nutritious and tasty salad bowls, jars, platters, and lunches. Try out a tabbouleh or panzanella, mix things up with raddichio and proscuitto, and complete your dish with a selection of dressings. Whip up an array of superfood salads, on-the-go lunches, sauces and dressings, and warm dishes including coriander and walnut pesto, aioli, aubergine salad bowls, and vegan herbed tabbouleh. Learn which flavours to pair together with a handy guide to salad dressings, and transform a boring dish into a healthy and filling meal.
How many of us are utterly bored with the bland, expensive, unhealthy or just too similar to what we had yesterday lunch at our desks?
David Bez is a food lover with a limited lunch break; an Italian who cares about what's on his plate; a designer who knows that you eat with your eyes first. For several years, he has made himself a salad for lunch every day at work, with fresh ingredients, minimum preparation time, and maximum flavour. Day after day, his colleagues peer over his shoulder to watch him craft yet another beautiful salad perfectly balanced in its composition and bound to both satisfy him and energize him for the afternoon ahead.
His winning formula for creating salads is to layer a base, vegetables or fruit, fresh herbs, protein toppings and dressings, which creates a perfect salad every time. Clearly marked with a vegetarian, vegan, raw, omnivore or pescatarian designation, every salad is an inspiration and can be adapted to suit a different diet. Fresh, tinned, jarred and pre-cooked ingredients are all explored; seasonality is key and variety keeps things nutritious and exciting.
Balancing your diet by consuming animal protein is straightforward - a chicken breast, fillet of salmon or lamb chop are nearly pure protein - but there is very little that offers the vegetarian, vegan - or flexitarian - that ease. In Plant Power, Annie Bell shows you how to source plant proteins from high-quality unrefined whole foods. She explains which foods contain protein and the simplest and most delicious ways to include a broad range in your diet to ensure that you optimise your protein consumption with no need for expensive supplements or 'fake' meats. Recipes include Three Seed Porridge with Berries for breakfast, Spicy Lentil Baked Eggs for a power brunch, a nourishing Spring Root and Farro Salad for lunch on the go and Halloumi and Pine Nut Burgers for a satisfying supper. With comfort food like Spaghetti Carbonara and bowls of energy such as Cauliflower Dhal with Coco-Lime Yogurt, Annie shows that good nutrition and good food should always go hand in hand.
Capture the flavours of each season with this vibrant collection of colourful, healthy recipes that draws inspiration from cuisines around the world. As a side dish or main meal, a salad can be crisp and green in spring, refreshing in summer alongside a barbecue, heartier in autumn, and robust and earthy in winter. This book shows you how to create the perfect balance of flavours and textures by combining fresh produce, protein, grains or legumes, and perhaps a pantry staple or two, tossed through with a classic, creamy or spicy dressing of your choice. By using seasonal ingredients, these recipes deliver maximum flavour and nutrients all year round. Brilliantly simple to toss together, salads offer endless scope for kitchen creativity.
If you have decided you want to be vegan, where do you start?
Or if you are an experienced cook, how do you make plant-based meals that are delicious and full of variety?
And if you are already vegan but looking for inspiration, are there simple principles to help you come up with your own dishes?
Ask no more - The Happy Pear: Vegan Cooking for Everyone has the answers. After twenty years of plant-based cooking, bestselling chefs Dave and Steve Flynn have developed an encyclopaedic knowledge of how it works and how to make vegan food simple, creative and totally irresistible.
Dave and Steve's new book distils all their knowledge into ten chapters that are full of master recipes, step-by-step guides, fun variations and top tips, and an approach to plant-based eating that will inspire you to become the best cook of vegan food you can possibly be.
Liven up your lunches and start eating well with this essential cookbook, dedicated to delicious and healthy light dishes. This pocket-sized book features a huge range of tried-an-tested recipes, with easy-to-follow steps and fresh images to help you prepare hassle-free food. With an enticing selection of meat, vegetable and exotic soups, plus a range of exciting salds, you'll be spoilt for choice. From home-cooked, warming dishes to cool summer snacks, Soups & Salads is ideal for anyone looking for lunchtime inspiration.
All sorts of salads features over 70 delicious recipes for main and side salads. Gone are the days of having lettuce as your main ingredient as this book will take the home cook out of his or her salad rut and provide some interesting and tasty dishes to explore and enjoy! The book is for anyone who wants a greater choice of salads in their daily diets, including those who want to prepare them for health reasons. It has a helpful ‘shortcuts’ section that advises the reader on what can be prepared beforehand and frozen, as well as a whole chapter devoted to making fresh and delicious homemade salad dressings. All sorts of salads is simple enough for novice home cooks, yet also provides inspiration for experienced home chefs.
Asian Salads shows you how to prepare the amazing variety of delicious Asian vegetables, herbs, and seasonings found in your local supermarket, farmers market, and world food market. It presents 75 recipes that will excite and awaken your palate and open up new food horizons! Dozens of fragrant herbs like cilantro, Thai basil, and lemongrass are combined with delicious fresh Asian vegetables like Napa cabbage, spicy kimchi, daikon, and many more! These healthy recipes are simple and very easy to prepare based on classic dishes found in Vietnam, Thailand, India, China and Korea. Many of the salads have meat or seafood options, and are perfect as side dishes or as complete and satisfying one-dish meals! Easy step-by-step instructions and photos provide shortcuts and substitutes to save you time. The salad recipes are organized into four chapters: Mixed Salads, including: Vietnamese Beef and Avocado Salad Spicy Thai Salad with Pork and Mint Green Onion Salad with Kimchi and Pork; Fried Salads, including: Ginger Shrimp Spring Rolls with Pea Sprout Salad Green Leaf Lettuce Salad with Indian Vegetable Samosas Red Leaf Lettuce Salad with Thai Lemongrass Meatballs; Pickled and Marinated Salads, including: Tomato Salad with Korean Gochujang Dressing Spicy Sour Cabbage, from China Pickled Purple Onion, from India; Quick Stir-Fry Salads, including: Japchae Glass Noodle Salad Tandori Chicken Salad Celery and Crab Stir Fry with Rice Wine. Simple enough for everyday meals and interesting enough for special occasions, you can't go wrong with these delicious Asian recipes!
The essential recipe book for people looking for easy ways to include more veg in their diet, Eat More Veg elevates humble vegetables into hearty mains and satisfying side dishes. Annie Rigg, a Leiths-trained chef and well-established food writer with over 20 years of experience, turns her hand to crafting 80 irresistible vegetarian and vegan dishes in her latest offering Eat More Veg. This is a cookbook for people who want to make vegetables a bigger part of their diet to benefit their health and the environment without having to compromise on taste. Annie Rigg's vibrant and healthy dishes offer just that. Her recipes are not about what's missing - they are about maximising the impact and flavour of plant-based ingredients in ways that are fresh and enticing. Divided into six chapters this book covers quick suppers, mains, special feasts, soups and starters, salads, and sides. Dive in to discover 80 delicious dishes that make the most of seasonal produce, often using vegetables grown in National Trust gardens. From puttanesca cherry tomatoes to Indian spiced Romanesco, courgette, pea and basil risotto to spinach, lentil and chickpea kofta, Annie Rigg makes use of diverse seasonal veg in imaginative, appetising ways. Eat More Veg is a glorious collection of comforting and exciting dishes guaranteed to satisfy.
Fresh, healthy, wholesome and delicious - these tasty plant-based recipes will inspire you to nourish your body from the inside out with every delicious mouthful. Modern salads are seriously sexy. Fresh, light and quick to prepare, a salad is how most of us prefer to eat in the warmer months. With more and more people aspiring to eat healthier meat-free or part-time vegetarian diets and with such a large variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, seeds and seasonings now available, there has never been a better time to dig out and dust off those salad servers! These recipes take their inspiration from countries all around the globe and show just how easy it is to whip up colourful vegetarian and vegan dishes that are full of flavour and texture. From bright and bold Mediterranean recipes to spicy and sweet Asian-inspired classics, from forkfuls of fluffy and fragrant Middle Eastern grains to tangy and spicy Mexican fare, plant-based salads have never been so exciting. This inspiring recipe collection brings together beautifully balanced combinations of ingredients that can be put together in a matter of minutes for time-efficient midweek meals, stylish sharing platters that are fit for entertaining friends and robust salads that will survive being transported and can be enjoyed on the move.
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.
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER AND BOOK OF THE YEAR 'Enticing, inviting and delicious. Vegan and vegetarian dishes that are hard to resist (and why should you?' YOTAM OTTOLENGHI ________________________________ Modern, vibrant, easy-to-make food. East is a must-have whether you're vegan, vegetarian, or simply want to eat more delicious meat-free food. Drawing from her 'New Vegan' Guardian column, Meera Sodha's collection features brand-new recipes inspired by Asian cuisine - from India to Indonesia, Singapore to Japan, by way of China, Thailand, and Vietnam. With 120 practical and mouth-watering recipes, learn how to make: - ROASTED PANEER ALOO GOBI for a quick Monday-night dinner - CARAMELIZED ONION AND CHILLI RAMEN straight from the store-cupboard - THE SODAH FAMILY MASALA OMELETTE to serve up a home-made brunch - SALTED MISO BROWNIES as a sweet treat There are seasonal specialities, warming noodles and curries, tofu and rice dishes as well as salads, sides and sweets - all practical and surprisingly easy to make - and bursting with exciting flavours. _________________________________ 'Meera can take a packet of noodles, some peanut butter and a hunk of tofu and work magic. East is the vegetable book for people who aren't vegetarian. A joy - I want to cook every dish' DIANA HENRY 'Fabulous' NIGELLA LAWSON 'She has a seemingly magic ability to tell you exactly the detail you need to make a dish sing. This book is a godsend' BEE WILSON, SUNDAY TIMES
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