The Hairy Dieters Eat for Life: How to Love Food, Lose Weight and Keep it Off for Good! (Hairy Bikers) Paperback – 15 Aug 2013
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When our favourite Hairy chefs released their first diet book last August, it was so successful that they're back this year with more fantastic recipes for food lovers wanting to lose weight! Cooking without calories but not compromising on taste is their motto, and they certainly deliver in this new book, full of delicious dishes and techniques to learn. (GOOD TO KNOW RECIPES)
The original Hairy Dieters was a massive - if slightly unexpected - success... This new volume picks up where the first book finishes and is crammed with delicious, nutritious recipes, well photographed in colour. It also contains some simple words of wisdom about how to eat to lose weight and then keep the weight off (EASTERN DAILY PRESS)
brilliant book (THE SUN)
If you're a fan of Strictly, you'll see the impressive results of Hairy Biker Dave Myers's weight loss regime. The follow-up to the popular first book, The Hairy Dieters, is The Hairy Dieters Eat for Life. The recipes are clever, you don't even realise that they're low-calorie (although the calorific value
of a portion is listed on each recipe) and it means you can carry on enjoying your food while hopefully losing the pounds.
Having dropped pounds and risen to the top of the bestsellers list with their first diet cookbook, the duo deliver a second collection of low-fat recipes. There are lots of healthy makeovers, including Cornish pasties, pot pies and fishcakes. (Sally Hughes BBC GOOD FOOD)
Si King and Dave Myers, also known as the Hairy Bikers, have been entertaining and feeding Britain for years with their blend of tasty recipes, cheeky humour and motorbike enthusiasm... Packed with 80 low-calorie recipes, tips and techniques, this collection of diet reicpes is the Hairy Bikers at their best (NORTHERN ECHO)
Now here's a nice little book that ticks all the boxes for a cookery book with the added bonus that the recipes aren't laden with calories... The recipes are easy to follow and a breeze to cook and with illustrations to give you something to aim for on the presentation front (THE FARMER)
People can't seem to get enough of these recipes (BELFAST TELEGRAPH)
The bestselling, big-hearted and down-to-earth chefs, The Hairy Bikers, return with more fantastic recipes for food lovers to lose weight for life.See all Product Description
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The recipes in this book are amazing and I can't wait to try them ALL! To give you an idea of what you get I'll list the headings and then pick out some of the most appetising recipes.
BREAKFAST & BRUNCH - Fluffy Banana Pancakes, Light Kedgeree
REAL FOOD FAST - 5 Minute Pizza, Chicken Fajitas, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Crispy Pork Schnitzel with Potato Salad
FAMILY FAVOURITES - Pan Haggerty Light, Mince & Veg Pie with Tumbled Spuds, All in One Spicy Pork and Rice
MEALS WITH MATES - Chicken Provencal, Meatloaf with Spicy Tomato Sauce, Beef Goulash, Beef Stroganoff
MORE FAB FAKEAWAYS - (my personal favourites) Chicken Bhuna, Chicken Biryani, Dieter's Doner Kebabs
FOOD FROM AFAR - Moussaka,Enchiladas
MEALS ON THE MOVE -lots of delicious looking soups, Cornish Pasty
SNACKS & SALADS - Sweet n Savoury Popcorn, Gazpacho
SOMETHING SWEET - Warm Nectarine Tart, Light chocolate Mousse with Raspberries
ALONG SIDES - various rices, mash, jacket potatoes and pastas
These are just some of the recipes in this amazing book and will be my first choices but there are loads more. Like the last book, the recipes are all simple to follow and easy to find all the ingredients and sound absolutely delicious because they are packed full of flavoursome ingredients.
The book is beautifully illustrated too and shows what most of the dishes should look like.Read more ›
Now going on to this second book, the first thing I would say is that having flicked through it I believe that the recipes in this book are even more appealing than in the first book. Like I said, I cooked a lot from the first book but I can see this one getting used even more than the first book. The food looks really appealing in the beautiful photos, with simple instructions meaning that you will be able to produce simple yet tasty and healthy food with the minimum of fuss.Read more ›
Their philosophy behind the books is inspiring, in that you can still have passion for food and flavour without piling on the pounds.
The tips at the beginning of the book are always great, some seem obvious and things you already knew but I think it's good to have them reinforced and they are quite motivating when following the recipes (e.g. make sure you measure everything, use less oil and buy half fat dairy products where possible).
I have uploaded an image of the contents page of the book but in short, the book contains plenty of advice and variety of recipes that cover all times of the day and a number of different favourite cuisines.
The recipes are in the usual Hairy Bikers unfussy and straightforward manner - ingredients and method on one side and a wonderful image of that recipe on the opposite page (have uploaded some images which will hopefully help you see what I mean). Also as you'd expect each recipe includes a calorie count, prep time and cooking time.
The majority of recipes are designed to serve 4 people, which works well for the two of us as it's easy to halve the ingredients.
There's a one pager at the back called `what you get for 100 calories', designed for those days when you want something extra and have the calorie allowance leftover (see uploaded image). This page is a little bizarre I find, because the choices listed can seem a little random in isolation, e.g. 25g of hard cheese, or 2 ready made frozen Yorkshire Puddings.Read more ›