The Great British Vegetable Cookbook

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From Red Pepper Pancakes with Smoked Salmon to Cinnamon Honey Parsnips, a collection of 154 simple, modern recipes that celebrate seasonal produce

Whether the vegetables come from farmers markets, supermarkets, or the garden, this beautiful collection will inspire readers to cook more vegetables, both as vegetarian dishes and as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes. Divided seasonally, each of the 49 featured vegetables is accompanied by practical information ...

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Overview

From Red Pepper Pancakes with Smoked Salmon to Cinnamon Honey Parsnips, a collection of 154 simple, modern recipes that celebrate seasonal produce

Whether the vegetables come from farmers markets, supermarkets, or the garden, this beautiful collection will inspire readers to cook more vegetables, both as vegetarian dishes and as an accompaniment to meat and fish dishes. Divided seasonally, each of the 49 featured vegetables is accompanied by practical information for preparation, advice on flavor pairings, and culinary notes with options for different ways of cooking. The featured vegetables range from peas and new potatoes through more unusual produce such as scorzonera and borlotti beans. The book contains mouth-watering recipes such as Spiced Pea Ragout; Griddled Asparagus, Spring Onion and Feta Salad; Cucumber Ice Cream; Creamy Spiced Chard; Roast Beef Salad with Radicchio and Red Onions; Salt-Baked Celeriac; and Carrot and Cardamom Cake. Includes dual measures and conversion charts.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781907892622
  • Publisher: National Trust, Aylesbury
  • Publication date: 8/1/2013
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Sybil Kapoor is a food writer and the recipient of two prestigious Glenfiddich Awards, and two Michael Smith Awards from the Guild of Food Writers. She was shortlisted for the Food Writer of the Year at the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2013. Her career began as a chef in London and New York. She is the author of London: Authentic Recipes Celebrating the Foods of the World, National Trust Simply Baking, and Taste: A New Way to Cook.
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  • Posted January 19, 2014

    Title: The Great British Vegetable Cookbook Author: Sybil Kapoor

    Title: The Great British Vegetable Cookbook
    Author: Sybil Kapoor
    Photographer: Karen Thomas
    Publisher: Anova Books / National Trust Books
    Published: 12-18-2013
    ISBN: 9781909881051
    ISBN: 9781907892622
    E-Book ASIN: B00HEUX8US
    Pages: 320
    Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine
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    For those who are not familiar with cooking using Metric measurements and English cooking temps their are conversion charts provided as well as a seasonal chart for the vegetables so you can plan your vegetable dish using fresh vegetables. The Cookbook is divided into seasons with multiple recipes for the different vegetables available for that season. I must admit I only tried a few of these recipes.but have found many that sound delicious. One of my favorites was the Radishes With Yogurt Herb Dip and the Buttered Radishes from the spring section. Although I had to use canned watercress The Peppery Roast Beef and Watercress Sandwich was very tasty.


    If you love salads as much as I do then you need to try the Grilled Asparagus , Spring Onion and Feta Salad or perhaps you would prefer the Baby Artichoke, New Potato and Parmesan Salad. Yum. I made the Roast Tomato Soup for dinner tonight and is was such a hit paired with the Roast Beef Sandwich. I have plans to try the Tomato and Herb Cheese Sandwiches, Chunky Vegetable Soup, Pizza with Sweet Green Peppers, Roast Pepper Salsa and Corn and Pepper Relish. You will swoon over the Heritage Carrot Salad or the Beef and Carrot Pie.

    There is the very easy Deep-Fried Onion Rings, easy enough for the beginner baker to try. Don't laugh but at 53 I made my first Onion Tart and then wished I had tried it years ago. Don't miss out on trying the Cabbage With Spring Onion And Bacon or The Potato Puffs. If you like to make your own stocks there are recipes for that as well different pastry and dough recipes. With 154 recipes to try you will and I will have a long time to try something new to tempt ourselves and out families.

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