The Green Roasting Tin Cook Book by Rukmini Iyer
Product number: 73395
Packed with 75 fuss-free recipes, the Green Roasting Tin Cook Book is aimed at anyone who wants to cook more veg-inspired dishes. Specifically designed for people who are tight on time and hate washing up, all the vegetarian and vegan recipes have been created to be cooked in just one dish – in the oven – so you really can make tasty meals from scratch and still have time for all the other things you’d like to do.
Simply pop your ingredients into a roasting tin, oven tray or shallow dish and let the oven do the work… you’ll have time to talk to your family, supervise homework, zip through some chores or just relax and enjoy a glass of wine while it cooks – and there’ll be barely any washing up after the delicious dish has been demolished.
Simple, healthy and delicious, every nutritious recipe is vegetarian, many are vegan and all the veggie versions offer tips and tricks to make them vegan-friendly, so there’s inspiration for everyone, from meat-free Monday omnivores to scrumptiously tasty meals for committed vegans and vegetarians. There are four recipes for every vegetable that Rukmini could think of, from super-greens to indulgent chillies, and helpful infographics combined with lovely photography make it easy to follow the wide spectrum of her flavour inspirations from all around the world. We’re pretty sure that with recipes as diverse as Miso Aubergine with Tofu, Pak Choi and Peanuts, Three Bean Chilli, and a Beetroot, Chickpea and Coconut Curry, you’ll be wanting to try every dish.
About the author
Trained as a lawyer, Rukmini Iyer has switched careers to work at what she loves, cooking. She now works as a food stylist and food writer, creating beautiful food and developing delicious recipes for companies as diverse as Weightwatchers and The Sunday Times along with many big name brands and food retailers. She loves creating new recipes and making food look beautiful for shoots, and when she’s not styling, cooking, entertaining, or adding recipes to her blog (missminifer.co.uk), she can usually be found reading by the riverside or filling her balcony with more plants than it can hold.
Hardback, 240 pages. 75 recipes.