Salad for Dinner



❰Reading❯ ➶ Salad for Dinner Author Tasha De Serio – E17streets4all.co.uk Salad for lunch Salad for dinner It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio As and home cooks are looking to eat healthy usi Salad for lunch Salad for Dinner It’s easy – and delicious – to turn salads into main meals with this original collection from chef Tasha DeSerio As and home cooks are looking to eat healthy using local and regional offerings the whole meal salads highlighted here will satisfy vegetarians and meat eaters alike Simple yet sophisticated and showcasing the author’s talent for presenting beautiful ingredients in an artful way the recipes encompass everything from greens to meat and fish dairy and pasta and Salad for PDF \ grain With detailed information on in season fruits and vegetables lesser known salad fixings preparation techniues including make ahead tips and a comprehensive chapter on salad basics readers will have all they need to turn out satisfying and beautiful salads of their own Easy enough for one and special enough for a crowd salads as a main course will be showing up on tables everywhere.Salad for Dinner

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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Salad for Dinner
  • Tasha De Serio
  • English
  • 21 January 2014
  • 9781600854316

10 thoughts on “Salad for Dinner

  1. says:

    This book is so different from my expectations purchasing it I’m surprised to find myself giving it 5 stars I wanted a book full of uick cheap easy weeknight recipes and should by all rights have been disappointed to find that most of the dishes are fussy high maintenance reuire a long grocery list and left me with a messy kitchen What do you mean I have to toast the cumin seeds? Why can’t I just mince the garlic instead of mashing it with a mortar and pestle? You want me to cook rice without a rice cooker with HOW MUCH salt?Chalk it up to either Stockholm Syndrome or an acuired taste for higher uality salads but I actually make something out of this book about once a weekend because every salad I’ve made from one of these recipes has been so satisfying flavorful and delicious I find myself actually rushing home to eat leftovers It turns out that taking your time on preparing a salad results in a meal that is well worth the extra effort I think the fact that every meal I’ve prepared from this book was amazing keeps me coming back I’ve gotten the most mileage out of the rice and bean salads This was counter to my vague plan of cutting carbs and losing weight but I do find that I am not tempted to eat out during the week when I have a rice lentil and cherry tomato salad with fresh herbs and a savory homemade yogurt dressing waiting for me at home

  2. says:

    The recipes are good I wish there were pictures I like lots of pictures in my cookbooks

  3. says:

    I was very excited to get a digital edition of this cookbook to review My family I are trying to eat healthier I love salads as a way to accomplish that but sometimes it seems like you're making the same basic salad over and over with just minor variations This book changes all of that Page after page of yummy recipes for healthy salads that won't bore you I like that some of them include different kinds of meats and there's plenty of bean salads which give you lots of protein and keeps away that hunger an hour after eating feeling Now on the digital copy I recieved the index was a mess Mostly just A and a little B repeated over and over Also the recipe for Frisee with Seared Scallops and Blood Oranges was accompanied by a picture clearly showing normal oranges Blood oranges are deep red while these were bright orange Otherwise I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would love to add it to my shelf

  4. says:

    I'd give this book 1 12 stars but I didn't like it enough to round up to 2 SorryEating salad as a meal isn't a new concept by any means and I didn't find any innovative recipes that made me want to to have a salad right now You could find these ideas online with better pictures and variations pretty easilyThe lists at the beginning of each section would have been better if there had been pictures to accompany them ex the proper way to slice asparagus but honestly I don't know if that would have made a huge difference for my review I love salad for lunch or for dinner But save yourself the cost of this book and look for these recipes elsewhere

  5. says:

    I had stopped growing lettuces in my garden because cleaning them is so much trouble However after reading this book I’ve decided it is worth the trouble to have a ready supply of organic greens at hand so back into the garden rotation go a variety of lettuces and other salad vegetables Since the growing season along the Gulf Coast is long I am able to harvest fresh produce almost year roundI enjoyed this book and am happy to have it on my shelf for ready reference I certainly am serving salads often to the delight of my family and guests

  6. says:

    I was literally hungry for this book but most of the recipes did not appeal to me The advice about making vinaigrettes and seasoning the salad was good The mix of lite filling cold and warm salads was good but there was little here that was ground breaking

  7. says:

    Salads need not be reserved for those who are trying to lose a bit of weight nor comprise just of limp lettuce tomato and a few haphazard vegetables tossed on topSalad can in fact be a very different adaptable meal whether as a meal on its own or as an accompaniment A salad can be served at any time of the day and adjusted to suit You are restricted only by your imagination and the availability of component ingredients If you are a little unsure then fear not as this book comes to the rescueAfter an interesting inspirational personal essay about the salad how it played a part in the author's life and a look at how diverse and uniue a salad can be the reader is given a good overview to the key ingredients and techniues of salad making The author emphasises how certain ingredients such as even salt can and do play a role within the overall constitution and taste of a salad The attention to detail is uite amazing yet one should not feel that preparing a good salad is beyond them It isn'tOf course everything is given as a guide the author has been uite firm to point out that a cook can interpret a salad in a wholly different way than another will Personalisation is key Maybe treat the book as a series of suggestions a guide or a look over the shoulder of the author as she has prepared each dish Copy if you will that is no shame Innovate if you can that might be the enjoyable optionBefore you even get to the salads placed in between the highly educative tutorials there are recipes for regular things like making croutons vinaigrettes and other enhancements on the side The salads themselves are split into a couple of categories leafy salads; vegetable fruit salads; grain bread and pasta salads and legume saladsThe range of salads on offer is amazing and there must surely be something for everyone and if there is not then there is always the author's mantra of customisation to remember too Each recipe is clearly laid out split between the ingredients list a general introduction and overview preparation and cooking instructions and often some notes or tips to bootEven though by its nature the reader is likely to dip in and out of the book it could be worth at least browsing through seuentially at first as there are a number of basic skills type overviews that can possibly enhance and optimise your education We might all think that cutting for example broccoli is easy Well roughly speaking it is but if you want to make it look pretty reduce wastage and perhaps make the best use of the ingredientTo round off this book there is a metricimperial conversion table and a comprehensive index something that is always appreciated So maybe if you want to enjoy rather than endure a salad a closer look at this book could be recommendedSalad for Dinner written by Tasha DeSerio and published by The Taunton Press ISBN Salads need not be reserved for those who are trying to lose a bit of weight nor comprise just of limp lettuce tomato and a few haphazard vegetables tossed on topSalad can in fact be a very different adaptable meal whether as a meal on its own or as an accompaniment A salad can be served at any time of the day and adjusted to suit You are restricted only by your imagination and the availability of component ingredients If you are a little unsure then fear not as this book comes to the rescueAfter an interesting inspirational personal essay about the salad how it played a part in the author's life and a look at how diverse and uniue a salad can be the reader is given a good overview to the key ingredients and techniues of salad making The author emphasises how certain ingredients such as even salt can and do play a role within the overall constitution and taste of a salad The attention to detail is uite amazing yet one should not feel that preparing a good salad is beyond them It isn'tOf course everything is given as a guide the author has been uite firm to point out that a cook can interpret a salad in a wholly different way than another will Personalisation is key Maybe treat the book as a series of suggestions a guide or a look over the shoulder of the author as she has prepared each dish Copy if you will that is no shame Innovate if you can that might be the enjoyable optionBefore you even get to the salads placed in between the highly educative tutorials there are recipes for regular things like making croutons vinaigrettes and other enhancements on the side The salads themselves are split into a couple of categories leafy salads; vegetable fruit salads; grain bread and pasta salads and legume saladsThe range of salads on offer is amazing and there must surely be something for everyone and if there is not then there is always the author's mantra of customisation to remember too Each recipe is clearly laid out split between the ingredients list a general introduction and overview preparation and cooking instructions and often some notes or tips to bootEven though by its nature the reader is likely to dip in and out of the book it could be worth at least browsing through seuentially at first as there are a number of basic skills type overviews that can possibly enhance and optimise your education We might all think that cutting for example broccoli is easy Well roughly speaking it is but if you want to make it look pretty reduce wastage and perhaps make the best use of the ingredientTo round off this book there is a metricimperial conversion table and a comprehensive index something that is always appreciated So maybe if you want to enjoy rather than endure a salad a closer look at this book could be recommendedSalad for Dinner written by Tasha DeSerio and published by The Taunton Press ISBN 9781600854316 224 pages Typical price USD15 YYYY This review appeared in YUMfi and is reproduced here in full with permission of YUMfi YUMfi celebrates the worldwide diversity of food and drink as presented through the humble book Whether you call it a cookery book cook book recipe book or something else in the language of your choice YUM will provide you with news and reviews of the latest books on the marketplace

  8. says:

    A nice collection of salad basics recipes and flavor combinations Nothing too earth shattering or new here but if you're looking to add or diversify your salad options check it out

  9. says:

    I've already mentioned before on my blog that this is now one of my favorite cookbooks but I haven't actually written a formal review for it I picked this book up from my library not because I was really looking for salad ideas but honestly just because the cover made me drool a little D I am a big fan of salads in general I love making them and eating them and usually pinterest has enough good ideas for me But this book was honestly amazing There were so many recipes that I had to write down for later My partner Grant is not a huge salad person he likes meat and some veggies but looking a lot of these recipes I'm sure I can convince him to enjoy than the occasional salad  I haven't really had the time yet to make many of the recipes but here are some that I hope to make soon Wild Arugula Salad with Salami Picante and Pecorino Spring Nicoise Salad New Potato Salad with Shallots and Creme Faciche  Farro Salad with Broccoli Rab and Poached Egg These are just a few of the ideas that sounded amazing to me In the end I gave this book 4 stars and I hope to own it someday soon 

  10. says:

    This book features sections on Simple Salads; Leaf Salads; Veggie and Fruit Salads; Grain Bread and Pasta salads and Legume Salads There are also receipes for different types of vinargrette dressings page on metric euivalents a plus a section on kitchen tools and euipment to make things easier for you in the kitchen and of course many good recipes I'll be anxious to try Some of the recipes that I plan to try are Cannellini bean salad with grilled shrimp and cherry tomatoes no photo Whole wheat pasta with roasted broccoli black olive vinagrette and ricotta salata photo Slow roasted salmon with beets cucumber and horseradish vinagrette no photo Frisee with seared scallops and blood oranges photoIt's a nice book roughly 200 pages but one I probably would borrow instead of buy There are not enough photographs in this book and as a visual person it's a reuirement for me when purchasing a cookbook The photos that are included are great it's just that there are not enough of them 355 stars

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