|What's for dinner|
With eighty easy recipes in this latest book from Nadia Lim, you know that you have the next 16 weeks covered - a very comforting thought.
This author is known to many for more than her books (the last was Easy Weeknight Meals) as the force behind My Food Bag a company which delivers fresh ingredients and delicious recipes direct to customers' doors throughout Australia and New Zealand.
So what is for dinner in this book? Nadia has chosen to 'take it up a notch' by sharing recipes voted as top favourites by her customers. Arranged by season, it is easy to find something that will fit into your shopping plans, and recipes have nutritional information, as well as gluten-free and dairy-free options available.
Each recipe is good for four or five serves, so families will be delighted with the variety. Chicken katsu channels a Japanese favourite, and sumac lamb and eggplant kebabs with mint yoghurt are quick and easy to make, working well as a main meal, snack or picnic or BBQ item.
Flick through the book and it's easy to see that colour and flavour play a big part in why customers have chosen these, ticking chilli and herb haloumi rolls, lemon and chilli cured salmon, drunken mustard and apple pork, even butter chicken and lamb tagine, and many more.
It is a certainty that with this book you will know 'what's for dinner' way ahead.
What's for Dinner, by Nadia Lim, published by Allen & Unwin, 2016, softcover, rrp A$34.99.
- reviewed by Sally Hammond
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