Simple Green Suppers by Susie Middleton

By decafJess - April 05, 2017

I want to eat this entire book on a crispy toast.
Simple Green Suppers: A Fresh Strategy for One-Dish Vegetarian Meals I have been reading several veggie-based cookbooks lately, and this is the first one to really inspire me to experiment more with all-veggie meals.

This cookbook was awesome for a number of reasons.

First off, there is a good variety of different vegetables in the recipes, but there are also several ingredients that are used in multiple recipes, so you won't be going to the grocery store for a cart full of expensive ingredients each time you try a new dish.

I loved the way the recipes are organized -- each chapter is labeled "veggies + (ingredient)". (I'm not listing them all, because since this is an ARC, I'm not sure if they'll be the same once I get a paper copy.) I will mention, however, the veggies + toast, veggies + tortilla, and veggies + egg, because I wanted to devour each of these recipes.

It's also worth mentioning that the pictures are fantastic, and I know in the published version there will be even more. The recipe layouts are also ergonomically designed, limiting how often your sticky cook hands have to turn the page.

This one is definitely going on my wish list.

I received this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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