500 Greatest-Ever Vegetarian Recipes Author:Valerie Ferguson (editor) Vegetarian cooking has come a long way from the early days, when it was regarded as boring, brown, and beany. Renowned today for its focus on fresh seasonal product, it joins the ranks of innovative delicacies that satisfy the discerning palate—bursting with flavor, color, and appeal. This classic volume features 500 exciting vegetarian recip... more »es for all tastes and occasions. You’ll find the familiar—dairy, pasta, rice, beans and fresh vegetables—along with introductions to less familiar foods such as tempeh, Indian dhals, polenta, exotic vegetables, wild mushrooms and seaweed. It also celebrates international flavors—from satisfying Italian soups and quick Chinese stir-fry to Greek filo pies and spicy Thai curries. Over 550 color illustrations and techniques accompany superbly written instructions to ensure that your Twice-Baked Spinach and your Ratatouille Pancakes and your Pizza Margherita and your Jamaican Black Bean Pot and your fiery Chile Cheese Tortilla with Salsa and your Wild Mushroom Brioche with Orange Butter Sauce all come out perfect every time.« less
This is a large book at 12 x 9 inches. Each recipe has a color photo on glossy paper. Contents include Ingredients, Techniques, basic recipes, Soups and Starters, Dips, Pates and Snacks, Classic Vegetarian, Hot and Spicy, Low-fat Vegan, Special Occassions, Side Dishes and Salads, and finally Breads and Savoury Bakes. Detailed recipes show servings and amounts are also in metric.
I'm not a Vegan and I found several recipes to include as vegetable dishes in our meal. Used some of the dips at parties.