Convenience Foods for the Slow Cooker Paperback
Nearly all of the other slow cook books tell you to pre-cook your ingredients before placing them in the cooker.
We know that nobody wants to do this before they go to bed or after breakfast so we've eliminated it.
Now all you have to do is put these convenience foods in your pot and let them cook to become a perfect meal.
As in all of our books, we're still cooking real food that eats to restaurant standards.
We've just made it quicker and easier for you. Put these ingredients into your pot and it will become your chef.
The welcoming aroma of beautifully cooked food will greet you at the end of the day and all you have to do is pour yourself a glass of wine to indulge yourself every night! Restaurant Quality Eating at Home This is one of the bestselling titles in the Premier UK Slow Cooker Library.
Foulsham, the Publishers of this library, have been researching Slow Cooker Recipes for more than 33 years.
Their research Cooks have tested and published more than 2,500 recipes. The mission statement that drives this research is Recipes that produce Restaurant Quality eating at Home.A" And their work has taken them through every major culinary tradition - American, British, French, Italian, Indian, Mexican, Thai and more! No other publisher has made such a commitment to this lifestyle. And no other Publisher can match the depth of quality to be found in their Slow Cooker Recipe Library.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: W Foulsham & Co Ltd
- Publication Date: 09/12/2009
- Category: Cooking with specific gadgets
- ISBN: 9780572035327
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Review by SmithSJ01
This book is great to have for during the week but both my husband and I felt it wasn’t something that you’d use on a weekend, it didn’t have that something special. I’ve tried quite a few of the recipes now and I have found the cooking time to be slightly out for my slow cooker – I need to take some time off (something worth bearing in mind). I have tried – Caribbean chicken loaf (wasn’t great), oriental turkey wraps (tasty), chunky chilli con carne (fine), three-meat casserole (awful), pork with coriander & wine (fine), baked bean loaf (great), cauliflower cheese (very dry). So as you can see it is hitty missy – but isn’t any recipe book. What I do like about it is that there are some conversions so if you’re going for the true convenience food and using frozen vegetables for example, then she does give you the quantities for those. It really is simple to use, most recipes have just a few steps and they are so easy to follow. On average, I’ve found a recipe takes me no more than 15 minutes and if that still is too much on a morning, then you could prepare some of it the night before and keep it in the fridge.Whilst this book will never be one of my favourites, it does give you some flexibility for those mornings when you’re really pushed. Having said that, with some of the recipes there’s nothing wrong with cooking them overnight and reheating them the next night!