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500 Seasonal Recipes, Paperback / softback Book

500 Seasonal Recipes Paperback / softback


This is a superb collection of seasonal dishes for every occasion, gathered in one indispensable volume.

It shows how to eat as nature intended - season by season - using wholesome fresh-tasting produce to prepare imaginative and inspiring dishes.

Enjoy recipes using ingredients in their prime, such as Teriyaki Salmon Fillets with Ginger Strips or Pea and Mint Omelette in spring; summery Classic Gazpacho and Wild Berry Tart; Mushroom Stroganoff and Mussels in a Cider and Cream Broth in the autumn; and for winter, hearty Potato and Sausage Casserole and Baked Leek and Potato Gratin.

Every kind of meal is catered for, from simple soups and snacks to quick family suppers and ideas for entertaining.

More and more people are now rediscovering the delight of eating seasonal food.

Food that is grown and harvested when nature intended has more taste, and if it hasn't flown thousands of miles across the globe, it will be stored for less time and be all the more nutritious.

In addition, it will be cheaper! Enjoy the first peas, asparagus or new potatoes of the season, tomato and mozzarella salad and strawberry shortcake in summer, or mushrooms, root vegetables and apples in autumn. The recipes include soups, appetizers, salsas, dips, snacks, salads, meat and poultry main courses, fish and shellfish, vegetable dishes, desserts and drinks.

There are meal ideas suitable for all occasions, from breakfasts and light lunches to easy suppers and dinner parties.

With more than 480 beautiful pictures and tried-and-tested recipes presented in a simple-to-follow format, this is the essential book for all cooks wanting an inspirational resource of recipe ideas throughout the year, from season to season.


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 256 pages, over 480 photographs
  • Publisher: Anness Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Health & wholefood cookery
  • ISBN: 9781781460306