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This review is from: Good Food: Gluten-free recipes (Good Food 101) (Paperback)
I know there's cake on the cover, but this book contains a broad range of meal recipes, NOT just baked or sweet things. The recipes are broken down into the following sections:
Classics, made gluten-free
If you're following a gluten-free diet (or cooking for someone who is), this book is a must - it's a bargain price, as with all the other books in the series and the recipes are delicious and straightforward.
I wanted to mention that I also own the gluten-free recipe book from the similar range by Hamlyn (Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook 200 Gluten-Free Recipes) and would say that it's worth buying both: there's a big assortment of recipes in both books and both follow the same format with a double page spread for each recipe, always accompanied by an ingredients column, a picture and easy to follow instructions. The BBC GoodFood version does include nutritional info (calories, fat etc) per portion, for every recipe so perhaps this book has a bit of an edge in that respect. I make good use of both my Hamlyn & the GoodFood books though and like I said, they do contain different recipes.
There are lots of gluten-free recipe books popping up nowadays and some that are perhaps more adventurous or fancy but honestly, this (or the Hamlyn) would be a brilliant place to start for good, everyday recipes - and for a small book, it is jam-packed with tasty, fuss-free recipes that really do come out looking like the pictures!
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Initial post: 17 Mar 2014 15:58:59 GMT
M. Robertson says:
Very helpful description of range of recipes and comments on two books very useful.
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