Let’s cook! The Vegetarian Cookbook More than 50 Recipes for Young Cooks by DK

The Vegetarian Cookbook is described as being for young cooks but I think that cooks of all ages will enjoy the recipes it contains. I also think that young cooks may need a bit of adult help as they follow some of these recipes.

The book is divided into sections including Brilliant Breakfasts, Super Snacks, Lovely Lunches, Delicious Drinks, Moreish Main Meals and Sweet Stuff. Some of the recipes are avocado mash on sourdough bread, poached eggs with greens and Hollandaise sauce, Chinese rolls, Watermelon and Feta summer salad, Pasta and homemade pesto, Oat milk Hot chocolate, Sweet potato lasagna, Cauliflower steaks and Zingy lime pie.

This book is an appealing, well illustrated title. There are sections at the beginning of the book on the different food groups, equipment, kitchen safety, etc. These add to the usefulness of this one as a reference.
I recommend this title. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this delicious book ine exchange for an honest review.

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