THE BEST SALAD RECIPES COOKBOOK!
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Are you interested in salad cooking? Discover a new salad cookbook with large colorful illustrations! Brief and clear recipes, useful tips and mouth-watering pictures help to inspire and encourage to be creative in the kitchen! This cookbook represents a unique collection of salad recipes, which were gathered worldwide, using best traditions of cooking wisdom. The main reason why they all are collected in this cookbook is the easy way of cooking nutritive, and balanced salads. In this cookbook the reader can find a detailed list of ingredients, directions and nutrition tips and facts of health benefits for each salad. Besides, each recipe includes a colorful illustration of the ready made salad, presenting the final ingredients mixture. Treat your nearest and dearest to easy-to-make, nutritive and tasty salads!
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Chicken, shrimp, tuna, eggs (LOVE eggs), beans, etc. are all proteins of focus. Learn about the good fats!! You can enjoy nuts!! See what positives can come over you just by indulging yourself in some of these recipes. Learn how to better your body, which body functions can improve just by adding those ingredients, and the percentage of daily intake each recipe provides.
Get a sneak peak of the deliciously mouthwatering and healthy salads you are about to make, and even learn to make your own mayonnaise!! Score!!
Well written, great overall information, love the salad pictures, and I look forward to some super easy and yummy salads!! Each recipe looked ever so simple!! Emily Brown combines food knowledge plus her own family experience to put this out on the table! :) Great job! Wonderful book of salads!
The tip at the end of each recipe is interesting and informative of the healthy benefits of that particular salad. Bonus in my opinion! There are also pictures provided so you know what the end result is supposed to look like. I also like that fact that these are in fact easy salads, not a whole crazy mess of ingredients or wild chef skills needed to put these delicious dishes together.
I do wish there was any nutritional information about each dish ie calories, protein amount, etc. If the book provided that information it would be a 5 star book!
There’s one reciepe for homemade mayo which crops up a few times in a different recipes, which is at the end of the book.
Fifty-two salads, enough for a new one each week of the year, are here. Pictures are great as a guide. So far I made the mayonnaise recipe and a crab salad. They were better than I hoped. I never liked all the preservatives in store-bought mayo, so I will forgo them from now on.
Salads, like soups, are opportunities to use up what is in your kitchen. I take full advantage of them.
I wish there was complete nutrition included, but there is a plethora of apps and sites that can do that if you wish.
Most of us think that salads are bowls of lettuce, a smattering of tomatoes, maybe some slices of cucumber and some kind of bottled dressing poured over the top. Wrong!
When I was first asked to review this book, I hesitated. What on earth is there to say about salads. I have multiple cookbooks in my kitchen ... but salads? No way. So you can imagine what a surprise it was to me to see so many unique pairings of ingredients.
The book contains a wide range of simple salad recipes suitable for non vegans, paleo eaters, ketogenic diet lovers, vegetarians and vegans, meat eaters and more.
There are 52 different salads represented here by Emily Brown, a personal wellness and nutrition consultant. Each is very distinctive, with ingredients that are easy to find and also good for you. Following each recipe is a TIPS section ... information regarding the nutrition each brings to the table.
My grand-daughter and I spend a lot of time together in the kitchen. So we both went through this book carefully and learned a lot of new things. She especially loved the recipes that featured mushrooms. I was more drawn to those that use Korean Carrots, something I had never heard of .
With names like Queen Salad, Squid and Mushroom Salad, Shrimp and Olives Salad, and Pink Salad, I was drooling in no time.
Besides all these scrumptious salads, the reader gets a bonus. I won't spoil the surprise but it is well worth taking a look at.
Many thanks to the author who provided a digital copy of what is soon going to be my go-to source for salads.