The Vegetarian Slow Cooker: Over 200 Delicious Recipes

The Vegetarian Slow Cooker Over Delicious Recipes Tantalizing and foolproof recipes for everything from starters and snacks to sides and desserts With both vegetarianism and slow cookers being mainstream the timing is perfect for a new slow cooker b

  • Title: The Vegetarian Slow Cooker: Over 200 Delicious Recipes
  • Author: Judith Finlayson
  • ISBN: 9780778802396
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tantalizing and foolproof recipes for everything from starters and snacks to sides and desserts.With both vegetarianism and slow cookers being mainstream, the timing is perfect for a new slow cooker book which includes both As usual, Judith Finlayson has developed mouth watering recipes with broad appeal that address a wide variety of needs from great family fare to moTantalizing and foolproof recipes for everything from starters and snacks to sides and desserts.With both vegetarianism and slow cookers being mainstream, the timing is perfect for a new slow cooker book which includes both As usual, Judith Finlayson has developed mouth watering recipes with broad appeal that address a wide variety of needs from great family fare to sophisticated dishes for entertaining.Full color throughout, it features not only traditional recipes and updated classics but also exotic dishes that reflect our increasingly multicultural society Vegetarians, vegans and even flexitarians will also be inspired There are than 130 vegan friendly recipes that have been identified for easy access and over 200 recipes in total.Some of the tantalizing recipes are Onion soused beansBraised tomato bruschettaWild mushroom soup with misoSmoky tomato soup with cheesy crostiniBroccoli and cheddar cheese cakeCaramelized onion quicheLeek and potato cobbler with stiltonWheat berry ragoutVegetable biriyaniButter bean and barley risotto 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.

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    • This is an attractive cookbook that combines one of my favourite small appliances with my chosen cuisine. The print is a reasonable size and the recipes are well laid out and easy to follow. Quantities are given in both imperial and metric measurements. Each recipe tells how many servings it provides, whether or not it is "Vegan Friendly" and also lets you know if it is a good recipe for company (Entertaining Worthy) as well as if the recipe can be halved. It also details what size of slow cooke [...]


    • I checked this book out from the library based off of a recommendation. After two weeks I bought my own copy. I have really enjoyed the versatility and variety in this cookbook. While I don't adhere to her "pre-saute" suggestions, my chop and plop method seems to still produce delicious results. For a household of two, making one dish on Sunday will generally provide us with lunches for two for the duration of the week. I love the variety of veggie and bean dishes, particularly the stews. The sl [...]


    • Almost everything sounds good. Tried the Coconut Curry Potatoes and Peas yesterday. It was ok, but a bit bland even with doubling all the spices. Also tried both overnight oatmeals - the rolled oats came out super creamy, almost like cream of wheat. The steel cut oats (usually my favorite) came out gluey. Even with added chopped apples and cinnamon. I'll need to make some adjustments with that oneUpdate: Tonight we tried the Cider Baked Beans and Boston Brown Bread. Neither I'd make again.The re [...]


    • I borrowed this from the library and made three recipes. The split pea soup with eggplant and balsamic vinegar was terrific (especially topped with fried ham bits; no, I'm not strictly vegetarian). But the veggies with peanut sauce were bland and gloppy -- the photo was obviously of raw veggies in peanut sauce, because nothing looks that crisp after a day in the slow cooker. A lentil stew with peppered apricots was good, but would have made just a few meal-size servings if I hadn't added ground [...]


    • I don't know why this has such a crap rating because I think so many recipes seem delicious. I was actually quite surprised. I even like that for every recipe it tells you if you can cut the recipe in half and if you can veganise it.


    • This was terrible! None of the recipes looked very good and the few that looked like maybes had eggs. I just took it back to the library.


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