|By (author):||Jones, Vicky|
|Subject:||COOKING / General|
|COOKING / Specific Ingredients / Rice & Grains|
|Publisher:||Ryland Peters & Small|
|Size:||9.50in x 7.75in x 0.88in|
|From The Publisher*|
60 easy-to-make, nutritious recipes for dried beans and lentils that are as wholesome as they are delicious.
Legumes are not only satisfying to eat and a low-fat source of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, but they also count towards your recommended daily portions of fruit and vegetables. Added to that, they are cheap, eco-friendly and readily available. The term ‘legume' includes all beans, peas and lentils, including red, green, yellow and brown lentils, black-eyed peas, chickpeas (garbanzos), fava, kidney, navy, borlotti and lima beans.
Taking her inspiration from all around the globe and her love of these nutritionally important foods, Vicky Jones has created a new collection of deliciously healthy recipes. Over half of them are vegetarian-while the rest make creative use of modest amounts of fish, poultry, or meat. Try Spiced Chickpea and Lentil Soup with Lamb or Cuban Black Bean Soup from the Soups section. Tasty Street Food ideas include Lentil Pancakes with Mint Raita and Brazilian Shrimp and Black-eye Bean Fritters. Also included are stunning Salads, including Mung Bean Salad with Mango and Peruvian Quinoa. Rediscover classic Main Dishes like Cassoulet or discover an exotic Persian Lamb and Chickpea Casserole with Barberries. The Vegetarian Main Dishes chapter offers familiar favourites with a twist, like Lentil Moussaka, while Side Dishes & Dips pack a sensational flavour punch, such as Keralan Coconut Moong Dal. Finally, Desserts will delight and surprise you with heavenly creations including Black Bean Brownies. Complete with fascinating information on the history and botany of legumes, advice on buying, storing, soaking, and cooking them and a summary of their specific nutritional benefits, including ‘12 good reason for eating them every day', this book is the go-to cookbook for anyone who appreciates good food.