Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: The Collection

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Allen & Unwin, 2014 - Cooking - 304 pages
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Over 70 recipes focussing on seasonal vegetables, with plenty of choice for both vegetarians and omnivores. For chef Matt Wilkinson, vegetables come first. Whether he's cooking in the kitchen of his Melbourne eatery Pope Joan or for his young family at home, Matt plans and builds his dishes around the vegetables in season, when they'll taste the best, be cheapest and most readily available. Today too many of us - chefs and home cooks alike - plan our meals around the meat (or protein) and carbohydrate components letting the vegetables play second fiddle. In this book Matt Wilkinson lets his favourite 24 vegetables take centre stage. This beautifully illustrated book will appeal to vegetarians but it's not a vegetarian cookbook. Among the more than 70 recipes are plenty of dishes incorporating meat but Mr Wilkinson's favourite vegetables are the true stars. Recipes include: Blanched white asparagus with ricotta and witlof; barnsley onion soup; green garlic champ with poached egg and grilled ox tongue; fresh baby sweetcorn, herb salt and butter; braised eggplant, tomato and meatballs; salad of radish, figs, walnuts and blue cheese; potato scallops; zucchini-wrapped john dory; horseradish wafers; salad of cauliflower, smoked salmon and strawberry; baked fennel, breadcrumbs and herbs; parsnip and black rice risotto; truffled coleslaw with golden spiced quail kiev; and many more. All titles in this series: Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Spring Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Summer Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Autumn Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Winter Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: The Collection
 

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Contents

COVER
ASPARAGUS
ONION
BEETROOT
GARLIC
NETTLE
CORN
EGGPLANT
CAPSICUM
RADISH
POTATO
PUMPKIN
BROCCOLI
ZUCCHINI
HORSERADISH
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