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See below for a selection of the latest books from Salads category. Presented with a red border are the Salads books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Salads books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
Never eat another boring bed of lettuce again with Nicky Corbishley's spectacular salads. Nicky - the founder of Kitchen Sanctuary - shares fresh new salad recipes for any occasion, with an array of quirky flavours from sweet to savoury, and everything in-between! Try protein-heavy salads topped with chicken, beef, pork, salmon, such as Firecracker Chicken and Wild Rice Nourish Bowl, Chimichurri Steak Salad and Hawaiian Salmon Salad. Nicky also offers plenty of vegetarian options, like Moroccan Lentil Salad, Garlic Mushroom, Roasted Squash and Gorgonzola Salad and Korean Bibimbap Salad with Black Rice, well as many different recipes for fruit and pasta salad. With over 75 wholesome, interesting salads to choose from, Super Salads makes eating healthy lunches and dinners exciting again.
How many of us are utterly bored with the bland, expensive, unhealthy or just too similar to what we had yesterday lunch at our desks? David Bez is a food lover with a limited lunch break; an Italian who cares about what's on his plate; a designer who knows that you eat with your eyes first. For several years, he has made himself a salad for lunch every day at work, with fresh ingredients, minimum preparation time, and maximum flavour. Day after day, his colleagues peer over his shoulder to watch him craft yet another beautiful salad perfectly balanced in its composition and bound to both satisfy him and energize him for the afternoon ahead. His winning formula for creating salads is to layer a base, vegetables or fruit, fresh herbs, protein toppings and dressings, which creates a perfect salad every time. Clearly marked with a vegetarian, vegan, raw, omnivore or pescatarian designation, every salad is an inspiration and can be adapted to suit a different diet. Fresh, tinned, jarred and pre-cooked ingredients are all explored; seasonality is key and variety keeps things nutritious and exciting.
Boring lunchtime salads got you down? Is your spinach wimpy? Tired of the same old kale Caesar? Vegan cookbook queen and Salad Samurai Terry Hope Romero brings more magic to your salad bar with 100 new, satisfying, mix-and-match recipes. With dozens of salad hacks and tips, and sections devoted to protein-rich toppings and croutons that will knock your socks off, Show Up for Salad will have you upping your salad game in no time--whether it's May or February or whether you shop at Whole Foods or Walmart. And what's a better pal to salad than soup? Terry also shares her favorite soup and salad combos, such as Baby Carrot Ginger Soup with Sesame Slaw and Veggie Noodle Pho with Micro Bahn Mi Salad. Other recipes include: Juicy Grilled Summer Days Peach Salad; Garlic and Shallot Coconut Chips; All Day Breakfast Nacho Salad Bowl; Crumbly Salty Almond Cheese; Buffalo Tofu, Butternut Squash and Kale Bowl; Lazy Seitan Gyro Salad; Peruvian Potato and Red Quinoa Salad; Zucchini and Chickpea Fattoush Salad; Pizza Panzenella with Beet Prosciutto; and much more.
Fresh, healthy and delicious - 75 recipes will inspire you to nourish your body from the inside out with every delicious forkful. Take inspiration from countries all around the globe and whip up hearty salads that are nutritious and full of flavour. From Mediterranean recipes to Asian-inspired classics, salads have never been as popular. This vibrant book showcases beautifully balanced salads, with chapters covering Meat and Poultry, Fish and Shellfish, Dairy, Grains, Beans and Pulses, and Simply Fruits and Vegetables. Salads are ideal for light meals, and there are plenty of ideas here that can be made in advance and transported to the office or school. The book also contains midweek ideas that will please the whole family, as well as some impressive dishes that wouldn't be out of place at a dinner party. Sprouted seeds and micro greens are becoming increasingly popular, and are now readily available to buy, but Nicola goes the extra mile by showing you how to sprout seeds at home, so you will always have some on hand to throw into a speedy dish. With more and more people aspiring to eat healthier diets, and with such a large variety of fresh and interesting ingredients now readily available, there has never been a better time to experiment and discover some new favourites.
These 52 recipes are a comprehensive range of diverse salads, including vegan salads, grain salads, Zoodle and seafood salads. Expect myriad flavours from across the globe. Imagine a Vietnamese-style chicken coleslaw, Mexican-spiced quinoa salad or a Japanese(ish) combination of edamame and chickpeas with avocado-lime dressing. Do you know what Korean-style Bibimbap is? The 5-Minute Salad Lunchbox explains, alongside its foolproof recipe. Sometimes preparing your food for the impending can feel impossible. You opt for the easy way out: buying lunch. Often this is less healthy, and always more expensive, than bringing your own to work. On the other hand, maybe you're just in desperate need of inspiration after making the same pitiable sandwich day after day (month after month... year after year). This book makes food prepping an exciting and nutritious lunch a total breeze. Lunch breaks should always be something to look forward to. A restorative breath - away from a working world of email chains, customer service nightmares or manual labor. Your mornings will be drastically improved by the comfort of knowing that your 5-minute salad awaits you. With the protein gained from any of these 52 salads, you can safely forgo that second afternoon coffee: this is all the energy your workday is ever going to need.
Everyone loves a big salad: it's how many of us prefer to eat either when cooking for a crowd or eating alone. Summer or winter, one-plate salads make for a delicious, fresh and healthy meal. Big Salads offers 60 recipes that make the most of seasonal salad ingredients, giving people the option to eat vegetarian, vegan or use meat and fish in small amounts with a bounty of beautiful fresh vegetables, herbs and leaves. From Pea, asparagus and lemon labneh salad and Papaya salad with coconut poached chicken in spring, to summery White peach with prosciutto and watercress, comforting autumn platters of Balsamic fig and baked goats' cheese and wintry Parsnip tostada and roast heritage carrot salad, Big Salads make the most wonderful mealtime solution all-year round. Easy to throw together, and most definitely good for you and the whole family, who needs a dozen small dishes when you can have one BIG SALAD?
This comprehensive book from acclaimed author Sally Butcher looks at salad bowls across the world in 150 recipes. The recipes feature a number of archaic, traditional and staple dishes - as well as more modern recipes for quick dinners and lunch on the go. Divided into fourteen chapters (Herbs and Leaves; Vegetables; Beans; Roots; Grains and Pasta, Rice, Cheese, Fish, Meat, Dips, Fruity Salads, Salads for Pudding, The Dressing Room, The Prop Cupboard), no stone is left unturned in pursuit of the ultimate salad recipe. Recipes are flagged where relevant with tags such as `super-healthy' or `main course' to make it more user-friendly. Seasoned with Sally's trademark mixture of folklore and anecdotes, and with photography from renowned food photographer Yuki Sugiura, this is an essential book for any cook.
The wonderful thing about making a salad is that it's a relaxed, stress-free way of cooking, with endless possibilities for customisation. By simply adding in a handful of toasted nuts, something sweet like sultanas, a few spoonfuls of chewy grains like barley or spelt, then a crumbling of cheese; a boring salad can start to look a lot more like dinner. In Salad Feasts, Jessica Elliott Dennison guides you through the art of creating the perfect meal with over 60 foolproof recipes that turn salads into flavour-packed, midweek meals. From a quick, 10-minute Radicchio, Stilton and Pear salad, to the slow cooked Anchovy Roast Peppers with Smoky Tomato Beans, each recipe provides alternative substitute ingredients that are designed to make your salad-making flexible and easy, no matter the season. Including feasting menus to elevate your salads into occasion-worthy spreads, as well as a basic recipe formula to guide you, these are easy-to-assemble, delicious meals that transform ordinary salads into extraordinary feasts.
It starts with an unexpectedly wide range of ingredients, such as Japanese eggplants, broccoli rabe, shirataki noodles, Bosc pears, and chrysanthemum leaves. It emphasizes contrasting textures - toothsome, fluffy, crunchy, crispy, hefty. And marries contrasting flavours - rich, sharp, sweet, and salty. Toss all together and voila: an irresistible symphony that's at once healthy and utterly delicious. Cooking the saladish way has been Ilene Rosen's genius since she unveiled the first kale salad at New York's City Bakery almost two decades ago, and now she shares 100 fresh and creative recipes, organised seasonally, from the intoxicatingly aromatic (Toasty Broccoli with Curry Leaves and Coconut) to the colourfully hearty (Red Potatoes with Chorizo and Roasted Grapes). Each chapter includes a fun party menu, a timeline of preparation, and an illustrated tablescape to turn a saladish meal into an impressive dinner party spread.