I wanted to love it I really wanted to love this book. Before writing a review, I wanted to make sure I had tried enough recipes to give a fair opinion, so below is what I’ve tried and tested:Miso aubergine and courgette- the book states to cook the aubergines at 220 degrees. I thought this seemed high so it’s probably my fault. Alas, the aubergines burnt to a crisp halfway through the cooking time. Every oven is different so I’d try this again on a lower heat. This annoyed me as I just the whole jar…
Delicious and inspiring – a beautiful cook book for anyone wanting to up their veg intake. I was waiting excitedly for this new Deliciously Ella book to be released and it has not disappointed. I have been blown away by the recipes and am so excited about all the things that I can cook from it. Every recipe has a photo and it is divided into really handy sections -Breakfast, Salads, Falafel,Burger and Dips etc.I am not vegan, or even vegetarian, but I love food and cooking, and, like many people, I have become increasingly interested in incorporating more plant based meals into…
Overall a good cookbook My wife has an auto-immune disorder that she keeps under control largely through diet and Deliciously Ella has been a huge resource and inspiration for her over the past few years. She was so excited about this new cookbook and so I bought it for her as a surprise.To start with, the cookbook design is lovely — there are big glossy images for every recipe and the pages are colour coded for each section making it quite easy to flip through. While not of particular interest to me, my…
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