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Cupcakes are in high demand. They are no longer extravagances, but are present in our daily lives. The only problem is that bakeries offering these desserts don't usually offer a vegan selection. This cookbook fixes this issue by offering more than fifty vegan recipes to make at home. Some are simple while others are more elaborate, but all will satisfy even the toughest palates. Toni Rodriguez's recipes will surprise our guests, as the desserts' flavor and color are equally attractive. The following are just some of the cupcake flavors included in this book: Chocolate and banana Ice latte with caramel Pina colada Strawberries and cream Red velvet Fig and raspberry Ferrero Rocher And dozens more! Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We've been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Paleo diets hold a lot of appeal for athletes, people who want to lose weight quickly, and those who prefer to avoid processed foods in favour of eating more naturally. But with their heavy emphasis on meat, paleo cookbooks have had little to offer vegans - until now. Ellen Jaffe Jones - a certified personal trainer, running coach, and the author of 'Eat Vegan on $4 a Day' - speaks to audiences worldwide about how achieving fitness on a plant-based diet saves both money and lives. Joining forces with chef and author Alan Roettinger, Ellen makes a case for going paleo while staying vegan with this collection of mouth-watering paleo recipes, all of which are completely free of animal products.
"All the advantages of eating more vegetables and grains and the convenience of a slow cooker."
The first edition of this book ("125 Best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes") was very successful. This new edition is illustrated in full color and includes 100 new recipes that will appeal to a wide range of tastes. Using a slow cooker, even the most time-pressed person can arrive home to a ready-to-eat and delicious home-cooked meal.
"The Vegetarian Slow Cooker" includes updated recipes for standard and traditional vegetarian dishes. Classic meat dishes have been recreated in vegetarian versions, with vegan-friendly recipes clearly identified.
Some of the tantalizing recipes are: Onion-soused beans
From family favorites to exotic dishes, these recipes will inspire both full-time and occasional vegetarians to pull out their slow cookers. Any home cook can prepare delicious vegetarian fare with minimum attention and maximum certainty of success with Finlayson's recipes.
Mary Mattern became a vegan in her early twenties, and was immediately astonished by how great she felt—and how rewarding she found her new vegan lifestyle to be. She soon became a vegan personal chef to the stars, working with people such as Entourage actor Jeremy Piven and touring with pop singer Ellie Goulding. When she began blogging about her vegan recipes on NomYourself.com, she soon built up an enormous following, with nearly 100,000 followers on Instagram. Mattern has also gotten support from big names in the plant-based world, including Brendan Brazier, Chad Sarno, and many more. With her terrific personality and edgy, hip style, Mattern is poised to become the rock star of the millennial vegan world.
Now Mattern offers her delectable American-with-a-vegan-twist recipes to the world in her beautiful cookbook, Nom Yourself. With comfortable, familiar recipes such as Beer-Battered Buffalo [Cauliflower] Wings, American Apple Pie, and Creamy Cashew Alfredo, Nom Yourself will be the perfect book for the vegan-curious. And with beautiful color photos throughout to illustrate the mouthwatering recipes, Nom Yourself will prove that eating vegan is both delicious and easy.
When did cooking become so exhausting? Thanks to information overload and the pressure to impress, we stress over every recipe and every meal. Back to the Cutting Board helps you set aside all that tension and pretense and rediscover a pure, joyful passion for the art of cooking. Professional chef and Emmy Award-winning host of PBS's Christina Cooks, Christina Pirello, takes you on a journey to re-engage with the soul of food preparation, from the slice of the knife to the aroma of steam rising from a perfectly roasted winter squash. With simple, delicious recipes and sage advice on streamlining your kitchen and your cooking, Christina empowers you to create personal wellness by nourishing your body, mind, and spirit. Through more than 100 enriching plant-based recipes that pair the freshest ingredients with cooking techniques meant to optimize their natural, native flavors, Christina reintroduces you to the creative potential of food and transforms the kitchen from into a nurturing sanctuary. Inside, discover wonderful and nourishing dishes, including: Cranberry-Pecan Bread Chickpea Farro Soup Sweet Root Vegetable Stew Pasta with Broccoli-Pine Nut Pesto Stir-Fried Cauliflower & Mustard Greens in Lemon-Sesame Sauce Black Bean Burgers Cocoa Madeleines Orange-Scented Steamed Pudding In this modern world, with far too much ego at play when it comes to something as simple and beneficial as cooking great food, Christina Pirello invites you to take a step back and truly enjoy every step of the process. Finding the joy in cooking has never been more simple!
Cooking in Cafe Paradiso, the internationally-renowned restaurant in Cork , Ireland Denis Cotter has gained a reputation for innovation in his approach to food and for the quality and personal style of his menus. Paradiso Seasons represents Denis Cotter's personal journal through the eternally shifting seasons, focussing on his favourite vegetables at their prime moment and, from them, creating sumptuous and thoughtful recipes. Featuring over 140 original recipes, prefaced by informative and witty introductions, Paradiso Seasons offers a practical and inspirational approach to cooking and eating seasonal food (the section on 'outdoor cooking' will be a godsend to anyone who wants to cook vegetables creatively during the summer 'barbeque' season!).
Gourmet restaurateur and vegan food expert Miyoko Schinner shares her secrets for making homemade nondairy cheeses that retain all the complexity and sharpness of their dairy counterparts while incorporating
nutritious nuts and plant-based milks. Miyoko shows how to tease artisan flavors out of unique combinations of ingredients, such as rejuvelac and nondairy yogurt, with minimal effort. The process of culturing and aging the ingredients produces delectable vegan cheeses with a range of consistencies from soft and creamy to firm.
For readers who want to whip up something quick, Miyoko provides
recipes for almost-instant ricotta and sliceable cheeses, and a variety of tangy dairy substitutes, such as vegan sour cream, cr me fra che, and yogurt. For suggestions on how to incorporate vegan artisan cheeses into favorite recipes, Miyoko offers up delectable appetizers, entr es, and desserts, from caprese salad and classic mac and cheese to eggplant parmesan and San Fran cheesecake.
There has never been a better time to enjoy appetizing, economical and innovative vegetarian food. This book contains a selection of delicious recipes, from the old-fashioned comfort of a warming soup such as Classic French Onion, to enticing recipes from world cuisines such as Vegetable Fajitas. The dishes celebrate the diversity of choice in the vegetarian diet, from salads and light lunches to elaborate main courses for special occasions. Perfect for those wanting to expand their repertoire of vegetarian recipes, as well as people wanting to embark on a healthier lifestyle, this book is proof that eating the vegetarian way is both nutritious and exciting.
"Cornucopia at Home" contains a selection of the most popular and enduring recipes from the Cornucopia Vegetarian Wholefood Restaurant in Dublin. The restaurant is a household name amongst vegetarians, health food enthusiasts and foodies in Dublin, as it has been serving fresh, wholesome, home-style fare for over 20 years. The lavishly designed and illustrated book is divided into six sections which are soups, salads, main courses, desserts, breads and seasonal menus. All the recipes are based on regular Cornucopia offerings, simply reduced in a step by step guide to suit domestic purposes.This book will start by an introduction by Deidre McCafferty which outlines the philosophy that has been her guiding light over the years of running the restaurant. There will be a section that introduces the Cornucopia at Home chef to some of the more basic elements of the Cornucopia kitchen both ingredients and utensils. Each section will include an introduction, followed by tips and explanations, the recipes come next. This book contains delicious and satisfying recipes with consideration for the following dietary requirements: Vegan; gluten-free; yeast-free, dairy-free; egg-free; nut allergy; and, sugar free. Each chapter contains a variety of recipes suitable for each diet, clearly marked by symbols on each page. "Cornucopia at Home" is for people who like vegetarian food, who like wholefood, who like comforting food, who like health food and who like to cook everything from scratch.
Everyone knows about the health benefits of vegetarian food, but with its variety of ingredients and flavors it can also be a treat for the taste buds. In Vegetarian Feast more than 150 mouthwatering recipes provide meat- and fish-free options for the discerning palate. The book contains inspiration for all occasions, from quick soups, dips and snacks and tasty midweek meals, to more elaborate creations for entertaining, complementary side dishes, refreshing salads and satisfying breads.
This is a mouthwatering collection of simple, meat-free meals for the busy vegetarian cook, shown in over 170 fabulous photographs. This is an inspiring collection of 190 quick-and-easy vegetarian recipes. It includes a fabulous selection of dishes that can be prepared and cooked in 20 minutes or less, from nutritious breakfasts and brunches; sumptuous soups and appetizers; tasty snacks and light meals to meat-free main courses; fuss-free salads, side dishes, dips and sauces; and, simple sweet treats. The preparation and cooking time for each dish is given clearly, to help you choose the perfect recipe when time is limited. Stunning photographs accompany the step-by-step recipes, and a variety of cook's tips and variations provide helpful advice throughout. Complete nutritional information is provided for every recipe. Today's hectic lifestyle often leaves vegetarians at a loss for simple ideas for midweek meals and speedy suppers. This fabulous collection contains 190 mouthwatering vegetarian dishes that can all be put on the table in 20 minutes or less, from nourishing breakfasts, simple soups and elegant appetizers to hearty mains, refreshing salads and delectable desserts. Recipes include Golden Gruyere and Basil Tortillas, Warm Broad Bean and Feta Salad, and Mushroom Stroganoff. Over 170 inspirational pictures and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions make this book ideal for all busy vegetarian cooks.
Noted vegans and vegetarians love Mark Reinfeld and Jennifer Murray's food. Food Network host and author Ellie Krieger lauds their recipes as "delicious, exciting, healthful, and] accessible for everyone," while Deborah Madison notes their "appealing recipes, good information about food and cooking in general and] surprisingly realistic approaches to thirty-minute cooking." Now, Reinfeld and Murray turn their skillets to the East, featuring over 150 vegan versions of favorite cuisine from India, Thailand, China, and Japan. "Taste of the East" also offers inspired animal-free recipes from Indonesia, Nepal, Vietnam, Korea, Tibet, Iran, and Afghanistan.
If you're craving fresh, nourishing food that will help you lose weight, get more energy, and revitalize your health, look no further than The Vegetarian's Bible. These classic vegetarian dishes utilize seasonal ingredients that are great for both your health and the environment. Vegetables are an essential part of a good diet because they are packed with antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and fiber. Learn how to maintain your health and be your own "inner doctor" with recipes for a detox and anti-inflammatory diet, as well as recipes that utilize all those important super foods that are packed with nutrients that keep you full longer. Sundqvist has updated her classic vegetarian cookbook to include recipes for a range of diets including: raw food, custom GI vegetarian, vegan, lacto or lacto-ovo vegetarian. Aside from her wide array of recipes, Sundqvist also includes recommendations for seasonal buffets, for those wishing to entertain with healthy and beautiful food. These recipes are perfect for any at-home chef with simple step-by-step instructions and 150 beautiful full-color photographs. With recipes ranging from appetizers, soups, and snacks, to pizzas, salads, and sandwiches, and even stir frys and desserts, this cookbook is perfect for someone looking to go veggie, or the vegetarian interested in exploring new, tasty meals. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We've been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
When you know how to cook and utilise produce, it's easy to prepare standout meals. Danielle Majeika, farm-owner and founder of the blog The Perpetual Season, derives complexity of flavour from a harmonious balance of herbs, simple spices, farm-fresh vegetables, and cooking methods in this incredible cookbook. Danielle goes beyond traditional steamed veggies, utilizing techniques that help bring out unique, vibrant flavours - like roasting fennel and tomatoes with fresh rosemary in a cast iron skillet. Every recipe highlights one or two vegetables that are easy to grow and popular at markets - like leeks, fennel, carrots, and tomatoes. Recipes include Asparagus Vichyssoise for spring, Green Bean Tempura with Lemon Wasabi Mayonnaise for summer, Shaved Kohlrabi Salad with Apple and Sesame for fall, and French Shallot Soup for winter. Danielle also provides growing and harvesting tips in the chapter intros that gardeners will find useful and non-gardeners will be inspired by. If you want a delectably spicy pepper harvest, for example, withhold water when they reach the point of maturity, as it increases levels of capsicum, and if you want to sweeten the taste of your tomatoes, boost their potassium with wood ash. This book will include 75 recipes and 75 full-colour photographs.
As the Instant Pot becomes increasingly affordable and popular among home cooks, who better than to teach vegans the ins and outs of this handy appliance than bestselling vegan cookbook author Kathy Hester? In The Ultimate Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook, Kathy presents 80 new and unique recipes using the many features of the 7- appliances-in-1 Instant Pot, which includes a pressure cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker and steamer. The Instant Pot does most of the work for less kitchen stress and mess, and it produces astoundingly delicious results. Recipes include Autumn Mushroom Bean Soup, Quinoa Chickpea Scramble, California Vegetables in Cheezy Sauce, All American Tempeh Chili, Mushroom Stroganoff Over Instant Pot Potatoes and even desserts like Vegan Cheesecake and Smores Sweet Potatoes. Readers also save money by easily making their own staples such as vegetable stock, nondairy milk, yogurt, seitan and cheesy sauce. With plenty of introductory material, readers can learn about using the different features of their Instant Pot, nutritional benefits of each, do's and don'ts and howto care for it. This cookbook helps vegan home cooks confidently use the Instant Pot to prepare their own nourishing staples and delicious meals for their families. This book will have 80 recipes.
Fire up your cooking with sizzling meat-free dishes, shown here in 175 tempting photographs. This is a wonderful collection of 175 fiery and spicy recipes from the world's spice-loving countries, with recipes from India, Thailand, Mexico, Africa and the Middle East. Recipes are based on favourite spices such as chillies, mustard, saffron and coriander, as well as some lesser-known flavours - wasabi, galangal and zereshk. Each recipe has clear step-by-step instructions, a photograph of the finished dish, and a full nutritional breakdown. This superb collection of recipes includes a selection of fiery traditional vegetarian favourites from India, Vietnam, and Mexico alongside milder, more subtly spiced dishes. Moving beyond the popular varieties of chilli, explore the aromatic delights of an exotic wealth of spices. Every aspect of cooking is covered, from warming soups and piquant appetizers and light meals to vegetarian main courses, and a range of side dishes and spicy desserts and bakes. Recipes are described in clear, step-by-step sequences and accompanied by photographs of the finished dishes, so you can easily achieve perfect results.
Cutting down on red meat is a great way to avoid eating too much saturated fat, as well as keeping your cholesterol low. Now that the quality of fruit and vegetables that we can buy is so good, more and more people are opting to eat meat-free meals in order to save money and calories. This book can help you start up a meat-free regime, or if you are a already a committed vegetarian, it can boost your repertoire with its inventive low-fat meals that come in under either 500, 400 or 300 calories. A delicious range of salads, soups, main courses and desserts for low-calorie meat-free meals at any time of day.
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