1000 Mediterranean Meals Review
|Title:||1000 Mediterranean Meals: Every Recipe You Need for the Healthiest Way to Eat|
|Published:||December 15, 2020, Chartwell Books|
|No. of Pages:||256|
|Cover Price:||$10.49 Hardcover|
Mediterranean food has a reputation for being not only delicious, but healthy. The diet is rich in fruits and vegetables as well as healthy oils and lean meats and fish. There are dozens, maybe hundreds of good Mediterranean cookbooks out there, and one that is excellent and includes a huge number of recipes for variety is 1000 Mediterranean Meals: Every Recipe You Need for the Healthiest Way to Eat by Valentina Harris. This cookbook has everything: appetizers, side dishes, soups, salads, mains with or without meat and even desserts. Although they are touted as healthier dishes, they are still mouthwatering, and no one will suspect that eating them will contribute to better health.
Almost all of the recipes include a photograph, which makes the book appealing. Most cooks want to know what the dish should look like. The recipes are written in the classic style with a list of ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions that cooks at all levels can successfully make them.
The variety of the dishes is vast, and there is something for every taste. Most of the recipes include several variations to that everyone can individualize them to their personal tastes. The recipes come from several of the twenty-one countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. Popular classics are included, such as Hummus and Tzatziki, as well as some unique dishes like Huevos Revueltos and Egyptian Sweet Couscous.
Anyone who likes Mediterranean food will love reading and cooking from this excellent cookbook. There will be dozens of recipes that appeal to almost every cook.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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