Good Housekeeping Step-By-Step Vegetable Cookbook

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Susan Westmoreland, Susan Deborah Goldsmith, Elizabeth Brainerd Burge
Hearst Books, 2000 - Cooking - 128 pages
Whether looking for an appetizer, a side dish, a healthy main meal, or a delicious pasta recipe, the home cook will find more than 200 fabulous step-by-step vegetable recipes here. The recipes range from tasty starters like Winter Squash and Apple Soup or Eggplant-Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes to scrumptious dishes like Vegetable Paella and Southwestern Style Pasta to delightful sauces and dressings like Spinach, Garbanzo, and Raisin Sauce and Mustard-Shallot Vinaigrette.

Good Housekeeping's step-by-step format is based on clear, concise explanations of basic cooking techniques accompanied by how-to photographs. The recipes, all triple-tested in Good Housekeeping's famed test kitchens, flow from these explanations, allowing the home cook to build confidence and become familiar with a wide range of cooking styles and techniques. Each recipe provides nutrition information (calories, protein, fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates) and photos of finished dishes. Chapters include extensive "know-how" sections packed with essential information on selecting the right meat cuts, cooking and grilling techniques, safety and storage, gadgets and equipment, ethnic ingredients, and other handy reference material.

The Good Housekeeping Institute is renowned for unparalleled recipe testing and development over the past century.

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