Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking

July 20, 2019 - Comment

In this companion to her latest BBC One series, the queen of cooking Mary Berry presents a selection of 20- and 30-minute meals that are wonderfully tasty. These recipes (there are over 120 of them, including all that are shown on the series) will allow you to cook from scratch and are all so easy

In this companion to her latest BBC One series, the queen of cooking Mary Berry presents a selection of 20- and 30-minute meals that are wonderfully tasty.

These recipes (there are over 120 of them, including all that are shown on the series) will allow you to cook from scratch and are all so easy to prepare. You’ll be able to get on with other bits while the delicious meal is in the oven!

Mary also shares no-nonsense tips and techniques for getting ahead in the kitchen and the fast, fresh and mouth-watering recipes range from crumble fish pie to roast venison fillet and peppercorn sauce and upside-down rhubarb pudding.

Why should you buy this book? It’s full of fast and easy dishes from the one and only Mary Berry!

Comments

Anonymous says:

This is a really good cookbook which is full of quick and easy to…….. This is a really good cookbook which is full of quick and easy to prepare meals.The recipes have been presented well and are easy to follow and prepare.Most of the ingredients are easily available and Mary Berry gives us some tips on multi tasking.There is a good range of vegetarian, meat and fish dishes suitable for many taste bugs and desires.This recipe book is full of tasty and quick cooking recipes and is perfect for those who have a busy schedule but would still like to cook something quick, different and tasty.Overall this is a really good cookbook which has a versatile range of recipes suitable for most needs, is packed with useful cooking tips, full of tasty and colourful pictures and the recipes have been presented well and the ingredients are easy to obtain from your local stores.Thanks for taking the time to read my review I hope you found it helpful in some way.

Anonymous says:

Great recipes but too many photos! I like the recipes in this book very much – there are so many that I’ve earmarked to try. There’s a good selection of light bites, soups, salads, grains, fish, meat, carbs, vegetables and best of all, the puddings! Mary’s quick puddings are to die for!But I do have to take issue with the number of photos of Mary- 29 full page spreads. Lovely and elegant as she is ( and I’m a big fan of hers ), we all know what she looks like and we don’t need all these photos to remind us every few pages! The lovely photo on the cover is ample and there could have been 29 more recipes in the book – I know which I would prefer. The BBC cookbooks all seem to have this emphasis on lots of photos and I think it’s a mistake. It’s a cookbook, for heavens sake, not a celebrity biography!Because of this, I’ve deducted a star from what would have been a 5 star book.

Anonymous says:

Disappointing Kindle presentation I am a big fan of Mary Berry’s books and am looking forward to watching the TV series and trying lots of these tempting recipes.However, I am disappointed with the Kindle version of the book.The text and recipes are fine but many of the photos are distorted (squashed) giving an amateurish look to the presentation (and not doing Mary Berry many favours !)Never had this problem before so I assume it is poor editing. Not usual Amazon standard hence only 3 star rating.

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