Pasta Bible - Lee Blaylock New Penguin cookbook
by Lee Blaylock
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Brand new softcover book, gorgeous colour photos. Published 2009, 258 pages, measures 15 x 18 cm. This book has been reprinted because the original edition had a misprint in the Spelt Tagliatelle with Sardines & Proscuitto recipe on page 78. There are no misprints in this edition. To read more about the misprinted edition, click here and to see the misprint on the page, click on View Larger Image.
Easy, satisfying and delicious
Pasta has been a staple in Italy for centuries, and is now enjoyed around the world. With such a variety of shapes and flavours available to buy, and so many different ways to serve it, pasta really is the most versatile of foods. Many sauces can be made in the time that it takes to cook the pasta, using just a few ingredients from your fridge or pantry, making it simple to create tasty meals in minutes.
Pasta Bible includes more than 150 recipes, ranging from slow-cooked ragus and cheesy bakes to warming soups and fresh pasta salads. As well, you'll find instructions for making homemade pastas that are guaranteed to impress your friends.
Arranged in chapters including
- Pasta basics
- Homemade pasta
- Soups with pasta
- Pasta with seafood
- Pasta with meat
- Pasta with vegetables
- Pasta salads
- Glossary and conversions
Recipes include Fresh tomato soup with pesto, Farfalle with creamy chicken and witlof, Roast vegetable open lasagne and Marinated octopus pasta salad.
All measurements are in metric.
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Pasta Bible by Lee Blaylock
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