There are more than 270 recipes in this book based on the author's column for The Times, consisting of four approaches to all of the most common dishes and ingredients - so there are four suggestions if you fancy a savoury pie, while salmon gets an Asian, Italian, Indian and English recipe. Directions are clear and ingredients few, and every dish is illustrated.
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Running out of inspiration for everyday meals?
Tired of cooking the same old recipe for chicken or fish or salads or any number of other dishes? Here's a book that will put an end to all that a superb collection of over 250 recipes comprising four recipes for each ingredient or style of dish. So, look for an ingredient such as chicken and you'll find four different ways to cook the bird; look for a dish like salad and find the recipes for Couscous, Thai Beef, Caesar and Nicoise salads.
Despite the plethora of cookbooks and cookery programmes encouraging us to try new recipes and ways of cooking, most people's everyday cooking revolves around staple ingredients and dishes that are tasty and simple and they often feel the need for new and original ideas. Tony Turnbull's brilliant cookery feature in The Times Saturday magazine - the only four recipes you'll ever need - has been a huge success from the moment it first appeared. Readers love the simplicity of the concept: four simple but delicious alternative recipes for the foods we really love to eat.
And although the features have tear-out appeal, how much better to have the complete set, plus new specially written recipes, all in one book. This compilation will feature four recipes each for 60 ingredients/styles of dish including soups, fish, chicken, meat, roasts, salads, stir fries, fruit pies, berries and many more.
|Publisher||Quadrille Publishing Ltd|
|Publication Date||May 1, 2013|
|Genre||Cookbooks, Food and Drink|