Fakeaway: Healthy Home-cooked Takeaway Meals

February 5, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A healthy and identifiable cookbook, that won’t be getting dusty sat on a shelf! A great buy! Very impressed ~ a great sized book, with such an array of food choices to make. I love the brief synopsis on the recipes, whereby it may give recommendations, alternatives or even some of Chris’ own personal feedback. Each recipe is shown with the calorific content, serving quantity and the nutritional breakdown. A great way to keep mindful and have the home cooked takeaway food, at half the cost and calories. The book also easily identifies on which recipes are suited for Vegans, Vegetarians…

Anonymous says:

This is a wonderful cookbook. I love this cookbook. The recipes that we have made so far were easy to make, used regular everyday kitchen ingredients and were super tasty and healthy. We’ve already made the chicken curry, pizza and dough balls and the fish and chips. All my family members even my 5 year old have enjoyed the meals. I also like how the recipes aren’t too expensive to make and they don’t require any trips to any fancy food shops. I highly recommend this cookbook, so much so, that I’ve already bought another…

Anonymous says:

Pleasantly suprised! Great book!!! Definitely worth ordering To begin with I was reluctant to order as I had two other books for Christmas and half expected it to be the same as those. How wrong I was. This is by far the best cook book for those of you who want to replicate a take away at home. Each chapter dedicated to a different cuisine and within those chapters are firm favourites! The recipes seem easy to follow, not overly time consuming and the ingredients list is pretty much what you should have in the cupboard already. The nutritional value…

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