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The Middle Eastern vegetarian cookbook

Title
The Middle Eastern vegetarian cookbook / Salma Hage.
Author
Hage, Salma,
Publication
London ; New York, NY : Phaidon Press Limited, [2016].

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Description
272 pages : color illustrations; 26 cm
Subjects
Genre/Form
Cookbooks.
Note
  • Includes index.
Contents
Cooking bonds -- A new way of eating -- Glossary -- Basic recipes -- Drinks -- Breakfast -- Dips and mezzes -- Salads -- Vegetables -- Legumes and grains -- Desserts.
Call Number
JFF 16-826
ISBN
  • 9780714871301
  • 0714871303
Author
Hage, Salma, author.
Title
The Middle Eastern vegetarian cookbook / Salma Hage.
Publisher
London ; New York, NY : Phaidon Press Limited, [2016].
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Summary
A collection of vegetarian dishes influenced by Middle Eastern flavors from Salma Hage, author of the bestselling classic, The Lebanese Kitchen, also published by Phaidon. A definitive, fresh and approachable collection of 150 traditional recipes from an authoritative voice on Middle Eastern home cooking, Salma Hage's new book is in line with the current Western trends of consciously reducing meat, and the ancient Middle Eastern culture of largely vegetarian, mezze style dining. Traditionally, the Middle Eastern diet consisted largely of vegetables, fruits, herbs, spices, pulses, grains and legumes. Salma simplifies this fast becoming popular cuisine with easily achievable recipes, many with vegan and gluten-free options. Drawing inspiration from ancient and prized Phoenician ingredients, from grassy olive oil to fresh figs and rich dates, this book offers an array of delicious breakfasts and drinks, mezze and salads, vegetables and pulses, grains and desserts. Salma shows how to easily make the most of familiar everyday fruits and legumes, as well as more exotic ingredients now widely available outside of the Middle East, with nourishing recipes so flavourful and satisfying they are suitable for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
Research Call Number
JFF 16-826
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