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RecipeTin Eats Dinner: 150 Recipes for Fast, Everyday Meals (Hardcover)
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This instant classic from popular website RecipeTin Eats features nearly 400 pages of foolproof recipes, full-color photographs, and links (just follow the QR code) to step-by-step videos for every delicious dish.
"It’s one of those books that you can’t even flick through without getting almost unbearably hungry: cosy comfort is offered on every page; basic (in the sense that it welcomes the novice) but never boring." -- Nigella Lawson
Millions of people around the world open Nagi Maehashi’s digital “recipe tin” every day to discover new meals and cooking inspiration. In RecipeTin Eats Dinner: 150 Recipes for Fast Everyday Meals, she brings us the ultimate curation of new and favorite dishes—from comfort food (yes, cheese galore), to fast and easy food for weeknights, twists on Mexican, French, and Italian classics, hearty dinner salads, Asian soups and noodles, and more. Sauces, sides, and sweet endings pair perfectly with dozens of selections. And the invaluable chapter,“What Do I Do With a Piece of . . .” makes cooking protein from your fridge—whether it’s chicken, steak, or salmon—effortless.
With gorgeous photography, and readily available ingredients and instructions written specifically for the North American kitchen, this is a must-have for everyone from beginners to expert cooks. After all, we all need dinner!
About the Author
Nagi Maehashi is the creator of the hugely popular RecipeTin Eats blog and a resident of Sydney, Australia. She is known and loved for her dedication to quick and easy recipes for classic dinners and more challenging but doable dishes. In 2021, she launched RecipeTin Meals, a not-for-profit division of RecipeTin Eats committed to playing a part in addressing issues of hunger and food insecurity by providing support for struggling, vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the Sydney community. Her debut cookbook was published in Australia in 2022, becoming the highest selling title ever by a debut Australian author in its first week, and the highest-selling non-fiction book in the country that year.
It’s one of those books that you can’t even flick through without getting almost unbearably hungry: cosy comfort is offered on every page; basic (in the sense that it welcomes the novice) but never boring. Let me give you some of my highlights: her Simple Very Tasty Cauliflower Cheese Steaks, gooey with Red Leicester; Crispy Korean Pancakes, studded with crunchy vegetables; Fried Cabbage with Noodles & Bacon; Spicy Sichuan Pork Noodles; Baked Creamy Feta Risoni (risoni is another name for what we, over here, more commonly come across as orzo pasta); the Vietnamese Shaking Beef, “garlicky, sweet and salty with a frisky black pepper bite”; Pad See Ew, a Thai dish of wide noodles, caramelised at the edges, and turned in a rich savoury sauce; Saucy Baked Pork Meatballs; Baked Ratatouille with Beans; the accurately titled Nachos of Your Dreams; a luscious Laksa — and I could go on, but I haven’t even got to the desserts yet!
— Nigella Lawson
As delicious as they are easy, these recipes by Australia's hottest new cook Nagi Maehashi bring a clever twist to our favourite dinner staple.
— You Magazine
Forget butter boards - Aussie cook wows with her 'game-changing' whipped feta dip with honey and pistachios.
— Daily Mail (UK)
Nagi Maehashi turned RecipeTin Eats into a global hit.
— Good Food
…In the same big league as your Jamie Olivers, your Ottolenghis and your perfectly coiffed Nigella Lawsons.
— The West Australian