More slow cooking recipes / [food director, Pamela Clark].
Contributor(s): Clark, Pamela | Clark, Pamela.Material type: BookPublisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : ACP Books, 2012Description: 199 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781742452630 (hbk.); 1742452639 (hbk.).Uniform titles: Australian women's weekly. Subject(s): Electric cooking, Slow | CookingDDC classification: 641.5884
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Slow cooking is an easy, economical and hugely popular method of cooking, and has become a firm favourite in many kitchens. The first chapter of this sumptuous book is about getting the best from an electric slow cooker, with recipes for main courses, side dishes and desserts, but also including great ways of using the slow cooker to make life easier, tastier and less frenetic. The second section is on succulent stews and curries cooked leisurely on top of the stove, and the last contains recipes for casseroles cooked in the oven. We also have scrumptious ideas for vegetable accompaniments in each chapter. Not only that, we show how to use your slow cooker to plan ahead, make delectable batches of food for the freezer, and the joys of one-step cooking. If you love slow cooking, here are more than 100 new unhurried recipes to add to your collection.
At head of title: The Australian Women's Weekly.
Following on the huge success of Slow Cooking, here is the second book of slow-cooked recipes. This easy and popular method of cooking has become a fast favourite. The first chapter of this lovely book is on using an electric slow cooker, with recipes for main courses, vegetable and grain dishes and desserts.
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