200 Best Canned Fish PDF ePub eBook

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200 Best Canned Fish  free pdf Canned seafood is ready when you are. It's a quick alternative to fast food and it's generally lean, healthy and convenient. A lot of cans are also interchangeable, so you can substitute what you have on hand which is something you can't do with fresh seafood. And the best part is that you need look no further than your kitchen cupboard for the beginnings of a fantastic dish. This book includes traditional and updated recipes, new creations and canned twists on classic !sh dishes. The key to cooking with canned seafood is that it has to be treated as a different species from fresh fish - its flavours and textures are different. These delicious and creative recipes work with these differences and elevate canned seafood into something sublime. The recipes feature canned seafood that can found in virtually any supermarket across Europe: tuna, crab, salmon, mackerel, cod, sardines, sprats, kippers, anchovies, roe, shrimp, clams, oysters, mussels, squid and octopus. Although canned fish is perceived as economical, depending on your budget and taste, you can buy highend ones at high-end prices - you can upscale or downscale your recipes depending on what seafood you choose. This flexibility is yet another bonus when cooking with canned seafood. There are a number of icons identifying recipes that are: - Fast = if a dish takes less than half an hour, it's been noted. - Kid-Friendly = chances are there are plenty of kids who will like it. - Healthy = dishes that includes lots of veggies or !bre and little fat except for a reasonable amount of olive oil. - Brown Bag = pack it for lunch and avoid fast food. - Entertain = special occasion food. And along with all the recipes, Susan has included interesting product, historical, consumer and nutritional information on each ingredient, making the shopping choices less confusing.

About Susan Sampson

Susan Sampson is an award-winning newspaper columnist and former food editor of The Toronto Star, the largest daily newspaper in Canada. Besides keeping on top of food news, she reviews cookbooks and tests and develops recipes.

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Author : Susan Sampson
Publisher : Robert Rose Inc
Data Published : 25 October 2012
ISBN : 0778804151
EAN : 9780778804154
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 280 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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