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Easy: 100 Delicious Dishes for Every Day by Bill Granger

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Notes about this book

  • CarrieAnne on November 11, 2018

    I'm a big fan of this book. Elegant flavours and I have not yet been disappointed.

Notes about Recipes in this book

  • Paprika and coriander roasted chicken

    • Astrid5555 on February 01, 2013

      O.k., but nothing special. Did not produce crispy skin as pictured.

  • Light butter chicken

    • FJT on June 01, 2017

      This was a quick and easy curry to make, but it lacks the richness of butter chicken (obviously because there isn't any butter in it). Nice enough, but not memorable.

  • Baked fish with capers, potatoes and lemon

    • FJT on May 30, 2017

      Even though I managed to get my pathetic rental oven up to temperature eventually, the fish was still raw after 15 minutes .. took nearer half an hour. I added some fennel to the parcels for some added flavour. This was nice enough.

  • Spanish fish stew

    • e_ballad on November 05, 2017

      This certainly lives up to the book’s title: insanely quick mid-week meal. Unfortunately, its speed isn’t matched by its flavour - it was fairly one-dimensional, needing a hit of something to break through the ‘sameness’.

  • Yellow fish curry + coconut rice

    • lou_weez on November 19, 2018

      Used store-bought curry paste for ease and made the rice in the rice cooker. An altogether quick, simple and tasty meal that was inhaled by the family.

  • Goulash with gnocchi and soured cream

    • DeirdreM on February 25, 2015

      This is a really easy and delicious dish.

  • Classic lamb stew

    • Astrid5555 on February 01, 2013

      Delicious! Have made twice already, only 10 minutes total prep time needed.

  • Orange and oregano marinated pork

    • FJT on June 03, 2017

      This was tasty. I marinated my chops for longer and increased the volume of marinade. The overwhelming flavour was orange and it didn't particularly remind me of Cuba (a typical Cuban marinade is sour orange and to get the same effect you would need much more lime juice), but we enjoyed it.

  • Braised pork chops with leek and mustard

    • e_ballad on May 28, 2018

      Absolutely delicious. And very easy to boot. Highly recommend.

    • RosieB on October 12, 2015

      This was a tasty easy recipe but you need to allow 1 hour to cook, most of which is set and forget. I added some sauteed mushrooms.

  • Roasted sausages with peppers and onions

    • Astrid5555 on March 13, 2013

      Husband and younger son declared them to be best sausages ever. I did not care for the sausages, but loved the roasted peppers and red onions. Substituted Aleppo pepper flakes for reglar chilli flakes for some extra smokiness. Worked really well. Served with mashed potatoes to make it more child-friendly.

  • Potato, courgette and mozzarella fritters

    • Astrid5555 on August 18, 2014

      Two thumbs up! Even my veggie hating 9-year old loves them! Will repeat.

  • Apple and vanilla turnovers

    • Astrid5555 on January 06, 2017

      These are delicious and incredibly quick to make, 1 hour from start to having the finished turnovers out of the oven and they are perfect for using up that puff pastry lurking in the fridge. I cut out slightly smaller puff pastry rounds than stated in the recipe (7cm instead of 10 cm) which resulted in lovely little turnovers just the right size for a delicious apple bite. Even though I had issues sealing them properly cutting steam vents into the top did the trick and prevented the filling from leaking out on the baking sheet. Definitely a keeper!

  • Chocolate and cherry tart

    • saarwouters on July 09, 2018

      Gorgeous and delicious tart! We ate it warm out of the oven and everybody loved it! Next time I will make a bit more of the dough, because it only just filled my baking-tin. I used hazelnuts instead of almonds.

  • Chocolate chunk meringue cake

    • saarwouters on April 09, 2018

      Oh my god this was delicious! At first I was a bit worried that the meringue-mixture still looked so white when it went into the oven (because on the photograph in the book the meringue looks light brown). But after one hour in the oven, the meringue looked a very nice light chocolate-brown. Served it with the whipped cream and nuts. We used half the amounts of ingredients and it made a meringue for about 6 people.

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  • ISBN 10 0732294819
  • ISBN 13 9780732294816
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  • Published Oct 01 2012
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Harper Collins

Publishers Text

Bill Granger has always championed a relaxed approach to good food. Bill cooks for his family every day and, when he gets home from work, he needs simple ideas to put delicious, healthy meals on the dinner table. Easy offers 100 solutions, using pantry, fridge and fresh foods for stress-free cooking that fits readily around a busy day. Easy is just that - a collection of simple, laidback recipes inspired by favourite everyday ingredients. From making a meal around one fabulous piece of cheese, to working wonders with a tin of beans; from livening up a pork chop, to creating dessert from apples in the fruit bowl, Bill offers 100 fantastically mid-week-achievable dishes.

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