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The Vegetarian Pantry: Fresh and modern meat-free recipes Hardcover – 11 Feb 2013
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"If you're vegetarian or simply want to eat less meat, take a look at The Vegetarian Pantry. It uses seasonal produce and store-cupboard staples and comes up with dishes that don't cost the earth and will appeal to everyone - think roasted aubergine and red onion dip with paprika crisps, followed by carrot and leek tarte tatin, and orange and vanilla fool..." --Country Homes and Interiors - March 2013
About the Author
Chloe Coker grew up in a vegetarian household and is passionate about encouraging people to cook with and enjoy local, seasonal food. Previously a lawyer in the city, she turned her passion into a profession and retrained as a chef at Leiths School of Food and Wine. In 2009 she launched her own business www.chloecoker.com.
Jane Montgomery had a previous career in advertising but turned her creative flair to her love of food and trained with Chloe at Leiths School of Food and Wine. Since then she has spent time cheffing and cooking for private clients as well as teaching classes.
Top customer reviews
The book is beautifully produced with a sumptuous photo on every page for EVERY dish and not just a picture of a carrot or an arty shot of some tomatoes that you get in some books without an illustration of what you are going to get if you make the dish (ie Meat Free Mondays), so well done to Chloe, Jane and William for such a lovely product.
Here are a few of the things on offer that caught my eye:-
- Saffron & Smoked Paprika Frittata with Roasted Garlic Aioli
- Chicory Leaves stuffed with Beetroot, Cumin & Mixed Grains (I've tried this one already and it is lovely)
- Filo Samosas (with a spiced butternut filling and a courgette, sundried tomato and feta filling) with Garlic Yoghurt Dip
- Roasted Figs with Sweet Sherry Dressing, Mozzarella and Pinenuts
- Sweet Potato Hummus with Homemade Breadsticks
- Spicy Tomato Ketchup (made with tinned tomatoes and minimum sugar so looks like a real winner)
- Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup with Cheese Scones
- Beetroot, Quinoa and Green Bean Salad with Spicy Ginger Dressing and Shallot Crisps
- Individual Baked Cheesecakes with Salted Honey Walnuts (a savoury cheesecake with an crust made from oatcakes)
- Pistachio, White Chocolate and Cranberry Biscotti
- Rhubarb, Orange and Vanilla Fools with Shortbread cookies
- French Toast stuffed with Bananas and served with a Berry Compote
Sound lovely don't they! Everything seems not too complicated and the measurements are in grams and cup measurements too so suitable for UK and USA cooks. I also, during my initial research find that this book is also sold under the title The Store Cupboard Vegetarian (which is the version I have).
I have hundreds of cookbooks mostly Vegetarian and Vegan - this certainly is one I'll be cooking from for the next few weeks and is going to be a very valuable addition to my collection :-)
Nice pictures too, give it a go!
Like most books from the Ryland Peter's stable it is beautifully put together and photographed and is very visual. However, it must be said that the recipes are good, but not ground-breakingly innovative. For many vegetarians, or those who have long championed vegetable variety in their food, this book is probably insufficiently novel. However, for those who are starting to increase their variety, or setting up their own vegetarian kitchen for the first time it's worth picking up.
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The content was well presented and varied
We have friends who are difficult vegetarians and they found it most useful