Thursday, April 19, 2012

Books With Simi (Review) - "350 best vegan recipes" By Deb Roussou

Hey Everyone!
Good afternoon and welcome to Books With Simi.. today's review will be on the book released April 2012.. titled "350 best vegan recipes" By Deb Roussou.
Back in March I reviewed a cookbook about Vegetarian Cooking.. so now this month I have a wonderful Vegan one to talk about!
408 pages and 24 color photographs are in this smooth and appealing cookbook..
If your looking for a cookbook to get you inspired into the Vegan lifestyle or if you need more information about vegan cooking read up all in this release.
I love how it teaches you great tips/serving sizes and the tools and equipment you need to cook Vegan and pantry supplies you should have. Also menu suggestions and how to cook Vegan from scratch.. which is designed to eliminate the need to purchase many hard to find expensive vegan ingredients, artisan breads! (love these), Small plate starters, Breakfast Anytime, Breads Rolls and Crackers, Hot Vegetables and Cool Salads, The Mains, Beans, Pasta and Grains, Soups, Chili's and Curries, Sauces, Dips and Spreads, Dressings and Spice Blends, Cocktails, Drinks and Smoothies, (and the lovely) Sweets.
My favorite recipes are...
* Summertime Zucchini Pesto Lasagna
* Roasted Corn Chowder
* Basil Lemon Gremolata Pesto
* Ranch Dressing
* Vegetable Paella
* Toasted Okra
* Mocha Cupcakes with Almond Icing and Pistachio Brittle
* Horseradish Mustard and Panko - Encrusted Tofu
* Citrus Israeli Couscous
* Curried Lime Crispy Temph
* Creamy Mayonnaise
* Grilled Vegetable Sandwich with Garlic Aioli
* Basil Pizza Dough (EXCELLENT!)
* Quick Cherry Tomato and Pesto Pizza
* Stuffed Sopapillas
* Spelt Stuffed Eggplant with Indian Spices
* Cinnamon-Almond Rice Pudding
* Sweet Tart Smoothie
* Watermelon Limeade
* Holiday Nut Nog
* Chocolate Cherry Brownies
* Blackberry Mint Sorbet

What a AMAZING selection of recipes right? and thats JUST A FEW.
Pick up a copy of this book for a friend or family member who is Vegan!
Here is a a couple of tips from the book..

* Roasted Garlic - is a simple matter, to roast garlic trim the top of the head just enough to expose the cloves. Place on a large square of foil, drizzle with olive oil, thyme, basil, oregano and/or rosemary, wrap the foil up-to enfold the garlic and bake in s 350* (180c) oven until tender, about 45 minutes.

* Bananas - when they start to become over ripe, place in the freezer for use in your morning smoothie.

So be sure to check out this book at your local bookstore or online below at..

FTC Disclaimer:
The company mentioned above sent me the product for a possible review.
All opinions are my own.


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