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This book deals with traditions, ingredients, tastes, techniques, and 80 classic recipes. You can discover the unique tastes and techniques of vegetarian Indian cuisine, with 80 authentic recipes. You can begin your journey in the rugged, mountainous north, where Kashmiri lakes teem with lush floating fruit and vegetable markets during the summer months. You can continue into the eastern region, spanning from the Ganges to the Himalayas, and sample Bengal's delicately spiced Vegetable Pilau or Cardamom Tea. It takes you on a journey west to enjoy Black-eyed Beans in Coconut and Tamarind Sauce and end your travels in the fragrant south with Mangoes in Cardamom-scented Coconut Cream. This cookbook transports you through India's regional diversity, featuring classic recipes ranging from pilaus and dhals to chutneys and flat breads, and providing wonderful highlights of a world-famous cuisine. There is a choice of simple appetizers, tasty snacks, spice-infused main courses and heavenly desserts.Choose a Punjabi Royal Corn Curry or Duck Eggs with Cauliflower from the north-east, sample Golden Mung Bean Patties from the heartland or venture west to enjoy Crispy Vegetable Triangles (the original samosas). Beautifully illustrated with over 430 photographs, the book will entice everyone to master the art of authentic vegetarian Indian cuisine.
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.
Through more than 500 step-by-step photos, this cookbook explains the basic techniques of vegetarian cuisine and contains some of its best recipes. The book is divided into four sections: on cereals, vegetables, tofu, seitan and tempeh, and nuts and seeds. Each section opens with an introduction to the characteristics, properties and uses of the ingredients. This is one of the most visual recipe books on the market; simultaneously tempting the eye by showing all the natural ingredients at their best while describing a host of delicious recipes. Most of the recipes are simple one pot creations laden with fresh vegetables, such as Radicchio Tarte Tatin, Bulgur with Broad Beans and Courgettes, Orzo with Peas, Carrots and Peppers, Fennel Risotto, Rice Noodles with a Medley of Vegetables, Lentil and Millet Soup, Pumpkin Gnocchi, Beetroot Dip, Sesame Crackers, Vegetable Miniburger, and Sweet Polenta. The Index listing all the recipes has easy to read icons showing the dishes which are dairy free, egg free and gluten free. This is an ideal book for novice cooks who want to see recipes visually laid out by the step-by-step techniques for every stage of preparation and will be especially useful to students about to embark on their first tentative attempts at cooking away from home. Lena Tritto is a cookery teacher and a graduate in Chinese medicine from the Tao School in Bologna. For several years she organized cookery workshops for primary school children and recently has provided classes for cooks and kitchen staff of nurseries and preschools in Reggio Emilia.
A collection of vegan recipes so simple to make that even a stoner
could prepare them, this highly illustrated cookbook from the
creators of "The Vegan Stoner" food blog proves that going vegan
can be fun, cheap, and easy.
This title features 180 delicious recipes for healthy soups, salads, main courses and desserts, shown in over 750 photographs. It features tempting soups, appetizers, snacks, salads, main courses, accompaniments and surprisingly delicious desserts and bakes. It includes virtually fat-free versions of classics such as vegetarian moussaka, pizza, frittata, curries and stews, as well as enticing new ideas such as Spiced Mango Soup with Yogurt; Garlicky Green Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette; Leek, Squash and Tomato Gratin; Tofu and Vegetable Thai Curry; and Summer Berry Crepes. It offers expert advice on healthy eating with guidelines for cutting out the fat while retaining all the taste, with low-fat and no-fat cooking techniques and tips throughout. Packed with a fantastic range of delicious yet healthy vegetarian recipes, this essential cookbook is perfect for today's health-conscious lifestyles. There are over 180 recipes for soups, appetizers and snacks, side dishes, salads, light lunches and main courses, as well as enticing low-fat or no-fat breads, cakes and desserts.Dishes include Vegetable Kebabs with Mustard and Honey, Fresh Ravioli with Pumpkin, Ratatouille Pancakes, Vegetable Moussaka, Balti Stir-fried Vegetables with Cashews, Tropical Coconut Sorbet, and Chocolate and Banana Brownies. The book is the perfect kitchen companion for everyone who cares about their health and diet.
Cofounders of MayIHaveThatRecipe.com share 101 inventive vegan Middle Eastern recipes. Add a dash of Spain, a chunk of Lebanon, a splash of Israel, and a hint of America. Blend until smooth and voila! You may end up with a well-mixed identity crisis, but happily you'll get Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox, amazingly creative and food-mad sisters raised in Barcelona by Syrian-Lebanese Jewish parents. Since moving to the United States about twenty years ago, they have successfully married comforting Middle Eastern flavors with new healthy ingredients. Their site Mayihavethatrecipe.com features their award-winning recipes, and gorgeous food photography, and receives over 110,000 page views a month. In their debut cookbook, Cohen and Fox interpret 101 Middle Eastern dishes in an irresistible--and easy--collection of vegan recipes, creating tempting, healthy dishes that take readers and eaters beyond the conventional and recognizable Middle Eastern staples of baba ghanoush and baklava. Instead, they offer modern, lighter dishes bursting with flavor. Covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between--and complete with tips for what cooking staples and an introduction to some newer ingredients to keep in your pantry--these recipes are perfect for the health-conscious cook who loves the flavors of the Middle East. Written by experienced recipe developers and bloggers, the recipes are free of time-consuming or complicated techniques and are meant to be served on busy weeknights and during casual gatherings with friends. With simple tricks, like substituting spring roll wrappers or pita bread for from-scratch dough, they've made it easy to prepare delicious, exotic food without an all-day affair in the kitchen.
Veganism is a growing trend worldwide but many of the books currently on the market are health focused rather than recipe and taste focused. They can also look rather forbidding and serious. Easy Vegan offers 160 delicious recipes without animal products for wannabe vegans, existing vegans or those wishing to learn more. It targets those who want to eat less animal product for ethical and health reasons and also those who might just want to experiment with this style of cooking or who have family or friends who are vegan. These recipes are proof that vegan food can be tasty and interesting. Easy Vegan includes great explanations on how to replace the animal- sourced elements of recipes: how to 'veganise' a recipe, how to make vegan butter, how to replace eggs in a recipe, and uses illustration to break down some of the facts surrounding vegan food into visuals, so key information is easy (and fun) to assimilate.
Veganism tries to avoid the exploitation of animals, in any form. For cooking, vegans do not include many staple foods in their diet: meat, fish, no dairy products (such as cheese or milk), eggs and even honey. This puts a premium on the need to create the sort of balanced and nutritious recipes provided so comprehensively in this timely new book.
Tempeh, or fermented soybean cake, is a traditional Indonesian food that is a versatile ingredient to cook with. Discover various ways to prepare delicious tempeh at home with this collection of 30 creative recipes that range from savoury snacks and hearty mains to delightful desserts. This book also provides a concise look at the history and nutrition of tempeh and includes a fully illustrated step-by-step guide on how to make your own tempeh. Whether you find tempeh a culinary adventure or a well-loved staple, you will be inspired by how effortless it is to incorporate this nutritious soy food into any meal.
Full of simple, wholesome, and adventurous cooking, this is your invitation to sample more than 100 exciting recipes from multi-talented food blogger, Sneh Roy, creator of the award-winning blog "Cook Republic" ""
Sneh Roy's simple but imaginative approach to cooking and her luscious photography have earned her legions of devoted followers. Here she presents a stunning range of new recipes and a scattering of her most popular creations. Sneh's inspirations include the cosmopolitan eats of the urban food truck and inner city cafe, the fresh variety of a lively market, and the unforgettable aromas of her childhood in India. She embraces healthy takes on modern classics like tacos, flatbreads, veggie burgers, granola, and froyo, plus a few irresistibly naughty treats. Many of her hardworking creations can be easily packed away in a lunchbox or picnic basket for work, your next camping trip, or a potluck evening. The recipes are predominantly vegetarian, and they can be easily repurposed with your own favorite ingredients. Includes dual measurements.
Mock meats have progressed way beyond basic seitan, and reducing your meat consumption is easier than ever before with these realistic alternatives. With a handy guide to ingredients, cooking methods, and the basic flavor profiles behind what makes "meat" so tasty, this book is for meat lovers who still want an option that mimics the real thing, and vegetarians who don't want all the additives you get with processed, store- bought mock meats. From meat loaf to sausages, from pate to jerky, Robin Asbell has a plant- based answer for midweek suppers, weekend brunches, and holiday showstoppers. Recipes include: * Thai Meatballs in Red Curry * Smoky King Trumpet Mushroom Bacon * Cauliflower Buffalo Wings * Jackfruit Pulled Pork and Barbecue Sauce * Turkey Roll with Stuffing
Looking for creative and delicious ways to eat your vegetables? Now you can eat an array of colorful foods, eliminate cooking with tons of dishes and bowls, and get on board with the hot new trend: the veggie boat! Vegetable and fruit "boats" are a delicious and nutritious vessel for your meals. Stuffed! shows you how to stuff your favorite foods into most types of fruits and veggies. Each chapter is organized by vegetable, and you'll love the clever combinations available. You won't believe the incredible flavor combinations for your avocado boats, eggplant boats, red pepper boats, and many more. Enjoy filling meals, know that there is no waste, and love that there are no dishes to clean when you're done! Author Marlena Kur is the recipe developer and stylist behind Zest My Lemon, the popular healthy eating Instagram and website.
Eating fresh, locally-grown vegetables each day is healthy for you and the planet and now, with this Indian cookbook, vegetarian meals don't have to be boring! This new vegetarian, Indian cookbook by acclaimed author and caterer Shubhra Ramineni proves just how fun cooking with vegetables can be. It includes over 80 recipes showing you how to prepare vegetables and fruits the Indian way with many easy-to-make vegan and gluten-free alternatives as well. When Ramineni became a mother, one of her top priorities was to ensure that healthy and delicious home-cooked vegetarian meals would be a central part of her daughter's childhood experience. Her mother is a nutritionist and skilled Indian cook, so with her help, Ramineni set about transforming the seemingly bland vegetarian diet into the fantastic array of great-tasting meals and snacks in this vegetarian cookbook that will taste as good as they make you feel. Indian cooks have a centuries-old tradition of crafting fresh vegetables into tempting meals since India is the home of vegan and gluten-free eating. Ancient Indian Vedic practices have also resulted with India claiming the world's most extensive range of natural food flavourings-including many spices like turmeric, ginger, and cumin, which have proven health benefits. With a few of these in your pantry, along with this vegetarian cookbook, you can effortlessly whip up flavourful dishes, like: Split Chickpea and Zucchini Stew Coconut Vegetable Curry with Tofu Tandoori Tofu Kebabs Vegetable Pilaf And over 75 more, with vegan and gluten-free modifications! Your friends and family will be amazed at what you can create using vegetables!
Reboot dessert with these 75 gluten-free and vegan treats! Just because you're vegan and gluten-free doesn't mean you can't indulge! With these 75 recipes, Heather Saffer reinvents your favorite desserts--and they're super-simple to make and irresistibly delicious. You'll find treats that take less than 20 minutes to prepare, ones with only three basic ingredients, and others that require absolutely no baking at all. The mouthwatering choices range from Tiramisu Trifle, Cookies and Cream Donuts, and Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes to Apple Pie Taquitos, Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake, and Chocolate Molten Cupcakes--so you'll always have something to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The first veggie cookbook from the nation's favourite healthy cook and fitness sensation, Joe Wicks aka The Body Coach.
Get ready for Joe's vegetarian take on Lean in 15: The Shift Plan, which is the bestselling diet book of all time. Inside are a hundred flavour-packed vegetarian recipes, many of which are also vegan, plus three exclusive Body Coach HIIT workouts and a bonus abs workout.
From Smoky Sweet Potato Chilli to 'Creamy' Butternut Pasta, Veggie Lean in 15 features a fantastic range of meat-free dishes, all prepared in fifteen minutes flat. The recipes are ideal for full- and part-time veggies, as well as those wishing to cut down on eating meat in a healthy and delicious way. There are also plenty of make-ahead ideas to get you prepping like a boss in no time at all.
Joe has more than four million followers on social media where fans share their personal journeys towards a leaner, fitter lifestyle. The Lean in 15 titles won platinum and gold awards at the Specsavers Nielsen book awards and all of his books have been non-fiction number one bestsellers.
Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as:
150 delicious meatless recipes packed with performance-boosting nutrients
As a runner, you know that your food is your fuel—you have to eat well in order to perform well. But if you think it’s impossible to be a high-performing athlete and ditch meat, think again. Legendary ultrarunner Scott Jurek is plant-based and track star Carl Lewis is vegetarian. Being wholly or mostly meatless doesn’t have to mean sacrificing nutrition or performance—in fact, these whole-food recipes can help bring your body to peak health and fitness.
Written by Heather Mayer Irvine, the Food and Nutrition editor of Runner’s World, this vegetarian cookbook not only contains healthy recipes but also in-depth information on how runners—regardless of their food-with-a-face preference—can eat more plants. In this cookbook, you’ll find delicious and nutritious recipes for every meal (and yes, even dessert!) that will help power your runs and recovery.
Where do vegetarians get their protein? From delicious plant-based foods, including beans, nuts, quinoa, and even raw cocoa. These ingredients are used to their best advantage in this new cookbook. As a vegetarian living with a meat-eating guy, the author has developed recipes for every time of day (or night) that are deliciously satisfying and high in protein. With recipes like Fresh Veggie Quinoa Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing, Mushroom and Wild Rice Burgers, Quick and Hearty Vegetarian Chili, and Dark Chocolate Black Bean Brownies, the results are outrageously tasty and completely vegetarian "
These two superb books offer the complete guide to wholefood vegetarian cookery. Together they feature over 300 recipes, from hearty soups and nutritious weekday meals to a tempting selection of dishes for special occasions. The Practical Encyclopaedia of Wholefoods contains ideas for using fruit, vegetables, seeds, beans, pasta, grains, dairy produce and non-dairy substitutes and The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook explores vegetarian cuisine further. This is an essential boxed set for every kitchen and every cook.
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