Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018

Let’s Cook Vegetarian Recipes

Let’s Cook vegetarian recipes

Love to cook? Don’t miss today’s latest and greatest cookbooks that make plant-based eating a breeze.

Vegan Richa’s Everyday Kitchen

Known for her flavor-rich Indian recipes, blogger Richa Hingle’s new cookbook features 140 globally inspired recipes made from kitchen staples and organized by “awesome sauces” such as Chipotle Ranch, Kung Pao, and Red Curry that tie each recipe together.

Must-make: Bombay Potatoes and Peas, Makhani Vegetable Pizza, and Tiramisu Fudge Bars

The Edgy Veg

With more than 230,000 subscribers, YouTube sensation Candice Hutchings has made the leap from screen to page with her first cookbook. Consisting of 138 recipes based on veganized fast-food favorites, this colorful book has almost as many cheesy jokes as deliciously cheesy recipes.

Must-make: Cobb Your Enthusiasm Salad, Easy Cheesy Fondue, and Thank You Very Matcha Ice Cream

Baking Magic with Aquafaba

If you’ve been jonesing for fresh macarons, Kelsey Kinser reveals the secrets behind the French confection—along with cakes, quiches, and ice cream—with the help of the eggwhite-like, eponymous ingredient of this new baking bible.

Must-make: Mushroom Pot Pie, Baked “Mozzarella” Sticks, and Egg Nog

Fuss-Free Vegan

Canadian blogger Sam Turnbull simplifies vegan cooking with tips for stocking your pantry, eating on a budget, and menu plans for 101 recipes that eschew specialty ingredients “you can’t even pronounce” to make mouthwatering vegan eats truly fuss-free.

Must-make: Easy-Peasy Crêpes, Creamy Rosé Linguine, and Blender Pumpkin Pie

Vegan Burgers & Burritos

Focusing on two of the most sought-after foods on the planet—burgers and burritos — Sophia DeSantis makes her family-friendly book accessible and fun, while inventive patties, bountiful burrito stuffings, and flavorful sauces ensure you’ll never be bored.

Must-make: Buffalo Wing Sliders, Margarita Pizza Burger, and My Big Fat Greek Burrito

The Colorful Kitchen

Whole-food lovers won’t be able to get enough of health coach Ilene Godofsky Moreno’s brightly hued, plant-based recipes that span the spectrum from verdant green avocado-centric dishes to fuchsia-pink beet smoothies.

Must-make: Rainbow Cauliflower Alfredo Pasta, Chocolate Hummus, and Blueberry Crumble Bars

 

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