The Green Roasting Tin
Here is a book for those who like to keep their cooking simple, easy and really tasty. Ideal for autumnal dinners, particularly if you're working from home as you bung everything in the oven and come back to a wholesome delicious dinner.
There are seventy-five perfectly selected recipes in this book - half of which are vegan, the other half vegetarian - The baked Rataouille, Gado Gado and Leek, Orzotto with Asparagus are all in regular rotation around here.
It's a real tonic to the over complicated, 5,48236293 ingredient recipes that were once the fashion, and while there are no tricky ingredients, you do get inspired to use some in new ways, like baking beansprouts.
Rukmini Iyer is a recipe writer, food stylist and formerly a lawyer, and loves creating delicious and easy recipes with minimum fuss and maximum flavour. Working in food and on her feet all day, she realised that the meals she made when she got home grew simpler - often in just one roasting tin - and that there were ways of packing flavour and interest into the dishes with an absolute minimum of effort. This became the inspiration for her bestselling books.
These books are great for those who like to eat vegetables either part or all of the time.
If this tickles your fancy, you might be interested in some of our other cookbooks here at designist.
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Hardback measuring approx. 17 x 25 x 2 cm