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Favourite Casserole Recipes: One Pot Casseroles and Stews (Favourite Recipes) Paperback – 31 Mar 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
What I like about this book is that there are no "duds" - or perhaps I should say that there are no recipes that fail to appeal to me. In addition to the full range of beef, pork and lamb dishes there are rabbit, hare, pigeon, venison and wild duck recipes. I have had this book for six months and have tried most of its recipes and enjoyed them all.
Don't be put off by it only having 48 pages, as there are 33 recipes in this book. You could try Beef Stew With Walnuts, Pork & Apricot Casserole, Chicken & Bacon Casserole, Wild Duck With Apples...is your mouth watering yet?
Some of the recipes take a bit of preparation, but I tend to prepare them the night before and just throw them into the Slow Cooker in the morning, so I have a lovely casserole waiting for me when I come home from work.
This book is worth getting just because of the low price and I can assure you that it will become one of the more used cookbooks on your kitchen shelf. I would also recommend a Sara Lewis for a more in depth book on slow cookers.
~ COLOUR EDITION *
Measuring around 16.75 cm x 11.75 cm, this charming little paperback has 48 high quality pages, covering 34 recipes.
It opens with an alphabetical list of the recipes contained within.
Each recipe opens with the title, a note, and the list of ingredients plus the method.
Interspersed with colour illustrations my particular favourite being:
‘Fireside Companions’ by Henry Tozer, on page 25, alongside a ‘Rich Venison Casserole’ in a creamy sauce, which is regularly on my menu, served with the recommended creamy mashed potato.
Metric Conversion tables are given on the last page before a complete list of the titles in the Salmon series, on the inside back cover.
* The old edition, with sepia-coloured illustrations, is still available.
As the two editions are on the same Amazon product code, it may be worth indicating which is required if adding to an existing collection.
Bacon and Beans
Beef in Stout
Beef Stew with Walnuts
Braised Beef and Mushrooms
Casserole of Beef with Chestnuts
Chicken and Bacon Casserole
Kidney and Sausage Casserole
Maldon Boiled Beef
Minced Beef Casserole
Pigeon and Parsnips
Pork and Apricot Casserole
Pork and Pepper Stew
Rabbit and Apple Stew
Ragout of Lamb
Rich Beef Stew
Spicy Turkey Stew
Sweet Mutton Stew
Welsh Beef Stew
Wild Duck with Apples
No photos of any finished dish, so not one for cooks that require photos for guidence/inspiration.
There are a few recipes in this book that are duplicated in others of this range, but overall a nice collection.
As a great way to give a possibly unfamiliar type of food a trial, this little book offers 34 different traditional recipes that you can easily try in your own kitchen no matter how basic it is and how relatively unskilled you may be. With the book's very low price you cannot really go wrong and the other books in the series do form a rather comprehensive little library covering a lot of different food styles.
Each recipe is basic but to the point, accompanied by a small introduction to a given recipe or an explanation for possible customisation or adjustment. The text is easy to follow without being written in flowery prose and accompanied by full-colour inspirational photographs. This is no celebrity cookbook but a basic, quick and dirty guide that can be a companion in your kitchen when needed.
For the price involved, there is nothing you can really fault it for. If you like other books in the same series this can be a "slam dunk" and if you've never seen this series before, you could do a lot worse than giving one or more a try. The recipes are interspersed with a number of timeless illustrations indicating rural-type life. These do not add a lot in this book, in this reviewer's opinion, although it does work in others in the same series. So it is just down to taste but it doesn't disturb either.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We were treated to a delicious casserole made by our daughter in law whilst using this book. I decided to send for it for myself and have since experienced the delight of another... Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2015 by D. Moulson
This tiddy little recipe book popped through my letter box almost before I had sent for it. Lovely recipes, even though I have to rather cut down the amount of ingredients for... Read morePublished on 24 Feb. 2014 by Gladys
nice little book, easy to follow and selection of recipes to enjoy
just as it says on the cover its good
I love these books and one day hope to own the entire series. Some fantastic recipes. Reminds me of Grandma's cooking. Yummy !!Published on 26 April 2013 by grannygrump