RecipeTin Eats: Dinner

RecipeTin Eats: Dinner: 150 Recipes from Australia's Favourite Cook

Food Writing
Paperback Published on: 27/02/2023
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Synopsis

150 dinner recipes. Fail-proof. Delicious. Addictive. The food you want to cook, eat and share, night after night. Nagi Maehashi is Australia's favourite cook - and it's easy to see why. Her dishes are mouthwateringly delicious, simple to understand, and even have a helpful video for every single recipe (just scan the QR code). Through her phenomenally popular online food site, RecipeTin Eats, she talks to millions of people around the world who tell her about the food they love: Nagi listens carefully and develops foolproof recipes that everyone wants to cook. Now, in her first cookbook, Nagi brings us the ultimate curation of new and favourite recipes - from comfort food to fast and easy food for weeknights, Mexican favourites, hearty dinner salads, Asian soups and noodles, and special treats for festive occasions. Featuring a photo and how-to video for every dish, readily available ingredients, Nagi's famously helpful notes, and Dozer, Nagi's best-loved food testing dog, this is a kitchen-shelf must-have for the novice cook, the expert seeking to perfect their technique (straight to the Beef Wellington!), and everyone in between.

  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9781035020973
  • Number of pages: 376
  • Weight: 1682g
  • Dimensions: 289 x 233 x 30 mm

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RecipeTin Eats: Dinner
Brilliant book
Absolutely love this book, so many wonderful recipes that I’ve tried and have all been very successful, such a diverse of different cuisines that are easy ... READ MORE
Sarah Bartlett
RecipeTin Eats: Dinner
Throw out a book you don't use and buy this one instead
I felt I should buy this first recipe book by Nagi having taken advantage of so many of her excellent recipes available online in the past. Sadly once I h... READ MORE
Karen Johnson