200 Slow Cooker Recipes (Paperback)

Catherine Atkinson


This title offers delicious mouthwatering dishes to make in a slow cooker or crock pot with 900 step-by-step photographs. This book demonstrates that slow cookers can transform your busy life by letting you prepare dishes in advance and then return home to melt-in-the-mouth meals. It features a fabulous range of classic and contemporary recipes, including seafood chowder, Boston baked beans, steak and kidney pie, moussaka, special fish pie, Vermont baked maple custards and chocolate cheesecake brownies. An illustrated practical reference section explains all the preparation and cooking techniques to help you get the very most from your slow cooker or crock pot. Clear, concise instructions and 900 step photographs make recipes easy to follow for mouthwatering results. A complete nutritional analysis of the fat, carbohydrate, salt and calorie count for each recipe is included to help you plan your meals successfully. Most cooks want to prepare minimum-effort meals in the kitchen for maximum effect, and this delightful book is essential reading. Included are slow cooker recipes for soups, casseroles, curries and rich, satisfying puddings, as well as pates, terrines, pies, cakes, preserves and drinks. This lavish collection is the ultimate guide to making the most of your slow cooker, bringing together over 200 recipes that are cooked over a gentle heat to deepen and enrich the dish. Here are diverse traditional and fresh new dishes, with something for everyone. Beautifully presented and endlessly useful, it is ideal for cooks who want to make healthy food while getting on with a busy life.

Product Details

  • Product code: AGHUO
  • ISBN: 9781780192611
  • Publisher: Anness Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 17.0cm x 21.9cm
  • Pages: 256
  • Publish date: Mon Apr 01 00:00:00 BST 2013


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