Kids can cook vegetarian
(Book)

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Contributors
Coombs, Esther, illustrator.
Status
Lima Public Library - Children's Nonfiction
J 641.56 PAT
1 available
Macedon Public Library - Juvenile Nonfiction
JUV 641.5 PAT
1 available

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Format
Book
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64 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Language
English

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General Note
"Meat-free recipes for budding chefs"--Cover.
Description
"Packed with recipes for fresh, tasty vegetarian dishes, the third title in the Kids Can series is an exciting way to introduce hungry young chefs to the endless possibilities of cooking with vegetables. Whether you follow a vegetarian diet already, want to reduce the amount of meat you're eating, or simply have an appetite for all things veggie, this book offers a whole host of ideas for mealtimes, snacks and treats. From ruby-red peppers to vibrant-green peas and purple-sprouting broccoli, you'll learn how to prepare, cook and serve a rainbow of vegetables of all shapes and sizes, turning them into delicious dishes for every season, such as burgers, salads, frittatas, stir fries, soups and pies. There are also recipes for muffins, cakes and desserts, using both fruit and vegetables to create tempting treats. A basic techniques section explains how to prepare ingredients, use equipment and know when your culinary creation has been cooked to perfection. Every recipe uses readily available ingredients and the simple, step-by-step instructions are illustrated with colorful drawings, showing each stage of the process. Throughout the book, you'll find handy tips for storing your dishes, recipe variations to try, and clever kitchen hacks to improve and enhance your skills. Recipes include pizza, bean burgers, chilli, tomato soup, frittata, potato rosti, vegetable crisps, spinach lasagne, kebabs, falafels and pancakes.

Citations

APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Paton, L., & Coombs, E. (2022). Kids can cook vegetarian . Button Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Paton, Laura and Esther, Coombs. 2022. Kids Can Cook Vegetarian. Button Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Paton, Laura and Esther, Coombs. Kids Can Cook Vegetarian Button Books, 2022.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Paton, Laura, and Esther Coombs. Kids Can Cook Vegetarian Button Books, 2022.

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