Fix-It and Forget-It Vegetarian Cookbook (Paperback)
565 Delicious Slow-Cooker, Stove-Top, Oven, and Salad Recipes, Plus 50 Suggested Menus
Good Books, 9781680991932, 288pp.
Publication Date: October 25, 2016
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If you'd like to include more meatless dishes in your cooking, this cookbook is for you. If you want to cook confidently for your vegetarian friends or family, Fix-It and Forget-It Vegetarian Cookbook is full of tasty ideas. Here are slow-cooker recipes as well as stove-top and oven recipes in one handy cookbook:
- Appetizers, Snacks, and Beverages
- Breakfast and Brunch
- Breads, Sandwiches, and Pizzas
- Soups, Stews, and Chilis
- Beans and Legumes
- Vegetables and Fruits
- Eggs, Dairy, and Cheese
Half of these 500 recipes are for slow cookers. In fact, all of the recipes are easy to prepare and all are made with easy-to-find ingredients. Here are tried and true vegetarian favorites. And you'll discover lots of fresh ideas using familiar ingredients--food we already buy and love, set to new recipes.
Not sure how all the parts of a vegetarian meal come together? Flip to the 50 menus to find well-balanced meals and tasty food combinations. Now you can confidently serve a nutritionally complete vegetarian meal for a weekday family supper, or a feast for a special day. Experience how enticing and satisfying vegetarian cooking can be!
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