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  • Paperback: 216 pages
  • Publisher: BBC / Good Food Magazine (5 Jun. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0563488395
  • ISBN-13: 978-0563488392
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.4 x 15.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,475 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Good Food Magazine" offer an innovative new range of tried-and-tested recipes in these attractive little guides. Concentrating on low-fat feasts, veggie dishes, cheap eats and simple suppers, they tempt the palate with tasty offerings such as beef with apricots, tomato and goat's cheese crumble, new potato and mince curry and roasted stuffed nectarines. Reflecting today's multicultural culinary tastes and ensuring each recipe is a doddle to make, there are an amazing number of recipes within each book. Clearly explained and fully illustrated, they are an attractive set to have handy in the kitchen and would make an ideal present to new cooks, giving them an innovative start to their culinary future. - Lucy Watson

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From the popular Good Food 101 series, 101 imaginative vegetarian recipes

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Conjuring up vegetarian dishes, whether you're a lifelong devotee or someone who wants a change for one night, is not as simple as just leaving out the meat. Read the first page
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A. Towler on 25 Feb. 2009
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This is a good book and value for money. So far all the recipes I have used have come out as they should, clear instructions and good photos help. If you are new to this kind of cooking then you cant really go far wrong. My only complaint is that we are trying to eat more healthily and some recipes are very high in fat or have huge quantities of cheese so if you are trying to be healthy then look closely at the calorie information.
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101 of 103 people found the following review helpful By H. Wilson on 29 Mar. 2007
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How many times have you bought a cookbook, full of good intentions to try something new, only to find that each recipe requires fifty ingredients, the majority of which are either unheard of or unobtainable. Not with this little gem of a book! Most of the recipes have only a few ingredients, the majority of which are available in even the most sparcely populated cupboards. And they dont take hours to prepare or cook either. I have tried many of the recipes and to date not one has turned out wrong. It's most satisfying for non-professionals like me to turn out a dish that looks exactly as it does in the (particularly enticing) photograph. In fact every one of the books in this series is a total must-have. Well done Good Food!
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60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By mini_chick on 16 Nov. 2008
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I've been vegetarian for all my adult life and I can honestly say that I have never found a recipe book with as high a hit rate as this one. I've tried loads of the meals and all have been fantasic. What I like most is the combination of really easy to follow recipes, easy to find ingredients and exciting/unusual flavours.

I've bought this book a few times to give as presents once people had tried some of the food at my place. It's a cheap little book and as an added bonus, you have a breakdown of the recipes by carbs, fat and calories, so it's easy to find something to suit your needs.

If you only buy one vegetarian recipe book, buy this one. You really won't be disappointed.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Collymitch on 10 May 2009
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This is the best book I have ever found! There are some recipes in this book that are genuinely the best food I have ever made (bean chilli, spring greens & rice soup, stuffed mushroom bruschettas, cheese & chutney melts to name a few).

As some reviewers have pointed out, a quarter of the recipes have got cheese in them, but that leaves another 75 without! I had never tried goats cheese or paneer until I found this book. Most of the recipies have approx a quarter of your your RDA for Saturated fat. (Isn't it good of them to actually tell us the nutritional content for every recipe!) There are a few which are very high because they contain coconut milk but don't let that mis-lead you - most are healthy. The salt content is also very low it must be pointed out.

As I stated I'm delighted to have found this book will buy one for a friend. I would love to see a volume two!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 Jan. 2005
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I love this book. Compact, high quality photos for each recipie, and all quick, easy, and tasty to make. Practical and healthy for simple evening cooking, with enough ideas to also produce a 3-course effort.
As it says on the tin, the book offers 101 recipies, which leaves you wanting more. However, this is a minor quibble, as it was definitely value-for-money.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By G. Lewis on 19 Nov. 2009
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I have had to take over preparing and cooking food because my wife suffers from the effects of a couple of strokes and can no longer cook or remember what to do. I have been trying out some books that should help me but following a suggestion from my daughter I tried various BBC "Good Food" books and found them all to be very interesting and helpful. In this book recipes etc are simple and easy to use so much so I think anyone would find them helpful. They are easy to follow and understand and have simple recipes with good photos showing you what you can achieve.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Globe Trotter on 14 July 2008
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I have made lots of the recipes in this book (in fact its one of my most used recipe books)- they are always tasty, and filling, and generally fairly cheap and quick and easy to make. Unlike alot of recipe books, it tends to use mainly ingredients you would have in your cupboard, with means less trips to the shops and less money spent (and you dont end up with a cupboard full of stuff you bought for a recipe and will never use again!)

Its also fairly unsahamed about using tinned stuff or ready made sauces if it makes the recipe quicker of easier, which is a plus, and often pute in alternatives things you can use if you dont have a particular ingredient, or suggests alternative ways of cooking something to make it easier.

I'm not vegetarian, but I do like vegetarian, and didnt find that I felt like any of the recipes I made were missing meat.

Only one minor quibble - they often recommend using vegetarian alternatives to ingredients, for example vegetarian parmesan, vegetraian pesto, vegetarian feta, and I found these pretty hard (or impossible). If you are a meat eater like me, and can use normal parmesan/pesto etc, then this book is fine. If you are Vegetarian and know where to get necessary veggie alternatives, also fine. If you are a meat eater looking for something to cook for vegetarian friends, be prepared to change your recipes if you cant find the right ingredients.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By P. Kirby on 3 May 2005
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My kitchen is full of veggie cookbooks, yet this is the one I reach for over and over again. I normally find that, even in a cookbook several times the size of this one, there are only 2 or maybe 3 recipes that I keep coming back to, yet I have already identified at least 12 recipes in this diminutive book that I could no longer live without - and there are several more that I'm longing to try but haven't got around to yet. Don't waste any more time reading reviews about it - just buy a copy and get cooking, and you'll see exactly what I mean!
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