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Ready, Steady, Glow: Fast, Fresh Food Designed for Real Life by Madeleine Shaw

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  • Caramelised mushrooms and spinach with poached eggs and red pepper Romesco sauce

    • Agaillard on November 10, 2018

      Nice and healthy - but nothing extraordinary and a bit strange, but then again all of the recipes in that book gave me that feeling - i.e. associating pepper/almond sauce with mushroom and spinach, garlic egg and toasted bread? Will probably not make again, or maybe just the Romesco sauce!

  • Aubergine stew with cauliflower rice

    • SugarFree_Vegan on August 24, 2018

      I made this by significantly reducing the oil content as I wanted to make it for one of my 5:2 fasting day evening meal and needed it to come in below 400 calories! I steam fried the veggies and only needed to add a spritz of oil when I added the garlic as I think it helps with how it cooks if you do. The cauliflower 'rice' is lovely with this and it all makes for a really healthy and tasty meal. The stew could be made in advance and reheated and the cauliflower only takes 5 mins or so to cook so it comes together very quickly at the end.

  • Chicken fajitas

    • SugarFree_Vegan on January 24, 2019

      The recipe for the chickpea flour tortilla is amazing, really easy to make - one thing, I needed to add much more water to my batter to make them less stodgy, it needs to be the consistency of a slightly thick crepe batter. I also made them in advance and then reheated them quickly in a dry skillet/pan and kept them in the oven for a few minutes whilst I toasted the remainer. The filling is very easily veganised which is what I did, you can use either a pre-made mock meat, jackfruit, tofu or tempeh and add a little tomato puree (paste) and some water to make the mix a little more moist. Really delicious and the tortilla recipe would work with some many other recipes too.

  • Pan-fried sea bass with spicy butter bean stew

    • sarahj22 on July 19, 2017

      This was lovely - a light, flavourful and comforting dinner that's quick and easy enough for a weeknight. The combination of soft beans, spicy chorizo and crispy fish is gorgeous. I added a little bit more stock and spice to create extra sauce so ours was probably soupier than the author intended, but I enjoyed it like that. I'll definitely repeat this recipe.

  • Red Thai salmon curry

    • Agaillard on April 15, 2018

      Deceptively bland... I could not taste the salmon really much and the spice blend was lacking flavour. I used asparagus i/o courgettes which I cut julienne mode (as in very thin strips) and they were great and added a bit of flavour. Overall though will not do again I think or would try to add a twist to it..

  • Roasted cauliflower and spiced lentils

    • Agaillard on February 25, 2017

      That was... not bad, but a strange mix of flavours. The cauliflower and especially the simple and effective sauce worked wonderfully. More the sauce than the cauliflower, very addictive, I kept dipping into it! The peanuts are a nice touch. The lentils I think work, but they did not strike me especially. But the lemon juice and the tomatoes I think, did not go with the rest of the flavours. So while I will keep the wonderful cauliflower sauce, I am not sure I will do again as a whole? Maybe, but undecided and if I do will probably twist it.

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  • ISBN 10 1409163385
  • ISBN 13 9781409163381
  • Published Apr 07 2016
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 272
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Orion Publishing Group
  • Imprint Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )

Publishers Text

Nutritional health coach to the stars, and bestselling author of GET THE GLOW, Madeleine Shaw knows that life is a balancing act. Monday to Friday it's hard to juggle the demands of work and family with eating healthily, and the weekends are full of temptations that undermine our best efforts to get our glow. Madeleine offers the answer in READY, STEADY, GLOW, a beautiful and accessible cookbook designed for real life.

READY, STEADY, GLOW is a book of two halves offering weekday recipes that can be made in less than 30 minutes, alongside sumptuous show-stopping meals perfect for the weekend. All recipes are wheat- and sugar-free, bursting with flavour and nutritional value, and contain natural ingredients that can be found in your local supermarket. You'll be amazed by deceptively speedy breakfasts such as coconut and lime quinoa porridge with honey almond crumble; lunches on-the-go like courgette and halloumi frittatas with lemon poppy yoghurt; and fuss-free, fridge-fix dinners such as Goan chicken curry. At the weekend, you can unwind and de-stress as Madeleine provides sumptuous brunches perfect for lazy days, along with impressive mains and desserts, designed to be shared. You'll be feasting - not fasting - on food that tastes so good you'll forget the things you're cutting out.

With Madeleine's expert yoga routine, trademark meal plans, inventive tricks for speedy preparation and specialist down-to-earth advice, READY STEADY, GLOW is all you need to eat well and be well, for life.

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