Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless
100 Surprising Vegetarian Meals Straight from the Oven
YES, it's easy: It's the one-pot meal, reinvented. Along with a sharp knife, a wooden spoon, and a reliable oven, the sheet pan is all you need to get a great dinner (or lunch, breakfast, or dessert) on the table. YES, it's delicious: The sheet pan uses three techniques - roasting, baking, and broiling - that intensify flavors. It's pure satisfaction, without the eat. YES! Soup in a sheet pan! And yes, Sheet Pan Chili, No-Boil Mac and Cheese, Spicy Thai Green Curry Potpie, not to mention grian bowls and bahn mi, risotto, tacos, chilaquiles and savory slab pies, breakfast streusel and a Rustic Pear Galette. It's pure creativity on a sheet pan.
Praise For Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless: 100 Surprising Vegetarian Meals Straight from the Oven…
“Whether chewy, crispy or crunchy, [these] unassuming recipes appeal.” —New York Times Book Review
“[Gives] a newfound appreciation for what this simplest, cheapest of tools can accomplish.” —Food52.com
“Delicious dinners, fewer dishes: what’s not to love?” —Real Simple.com
“Decadent and full of surprises… With recipes perfect for entertaining or even just cooking for one, there is no end to what Pelzel, this cookbook, and a sheet pan can do.” —Publishers Weekly
“One hundred truly inspiring, no-fuss ways to make vegetable-focused meals—I can’t think of a better tool for eating well! These recipes may be easily made on a sheet pan, but they are worthy of a silver platter!” —Ellie Krieger, RD nutritionist, award-winning cookbook author, and TV host of Ellie’s Real Good Food
“Raquel Pelzel is that practical, talented friend we all want with us in the kitchen, the one who knows how to get fun, great-tasting food on the table without fuss, frustration, or a pile-up of pots. Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless is the next best thing to having Raquel at our side.” —Dorie Greenspan, award-winning author of Dorie’s Cookies
Workman Publishing Company, 9780761189930, 264pp.
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
About the Author
Raquel Pelzel’s work has been featured in Saveur, the Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Shape, and Epicurious, among many others. Formerly an editor at Cook’s Illustrated and the senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table, Pelzel has written more than 20 cookbooks and has judged Food Network shows including Chopped Junior and Beat Bobby Flay. Pelzel lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her two sons.