The Slow Cook Book: Recipes for both Slow Cookers and Traditional Ovens

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, Sep 1, 2011 - Cooking - 352 pages

Mouth-watering slow cook recipes from tasty tagines to fragrant curries

From pot roasts to North African tagines, celebrate the art of slow cooking with The Slow Cook Book. The 200 recipes featured include all the more traditional slow cook dishes such as hearty stews and pot roasts but you may also be surprised to find cakes and bakes featured as well.

Each recipe shows both the traditional and the slow cook method for flexible cooking and advice on braising, stewing, poaching, steaming and baking will help you become a slow-cook expert in no time.

Slow cooking is a great way to prepare wholesome, home-cooked food with minimal fuss and The Slow Cook Book contains everything you need to get started.

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This has to be the best cook book I have ever bought, we use it every week and it is now a permanent fixture in the kitchen, unlike most other cookbooks that sit on the bookshelf and come out for a single recipe. The book provides recipe and both slow cook and traditional cooking methods. It is easily set out into meal types, e.g. soups, casseroles, pot roasts, tagines, curries etc.
The instructions are clear and even my husband loves to cook from it, he is usually not very confident in the kitchen, but has no issues choosing any recipe from this book.
I have not only recommended this book many times, I have bought a lot of my friends and family a copy of it.

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