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The 100 Greatest Tomato Recipes: Classic Dishes from Around the World, from Soups, Salads and Salsas to Main Courses and Sides by Christine France

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  • ISBN 10 1844766675
  • ISBN 13 9781844766673
  • Published Jul 01 2009
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 160
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Anness Publishing
  • Imprint Southwater

Publishers Text

This title features over 100 tomato recipes from around the world using this amazingly versatile and tasty ingredient. It includes starters and snacks, such as cannellini bean and tomato bruschetta, and sensational salads and side dishes such as bulgar wheat and cherry tomato salad. It contains an illustrated guide to tomato varieties, from the round alicante to the pear-shaped yellow butterfly tomatoes, with tips on how to identify and use each of them. It also features wonderful main meals such as moussaka, chargrilled swordfish with spicy tomato and lime sauce, and potato gnocchi with simple tomato and butter sauce. It contains over 500 colour pictures in total: each recipe comes with illustrated step-by-step instructions and a glorious photograph of every finished dish. Used in thousands of dishes from around the world, tomatoes are one of the most versatile cooking ingredients. There are over 100 delicious recipes in this superb collection, ensuring that there is something for every cook. More than just recipes, this book opens with an informative reference section that explains everything from the amazing nutritional benefits to how to grow your own tomatoes. There is also an informative guide to identifying, buying and storing fresh tomatoes of every kind. Each mouthwatering recipe is beautifully illustrated, with over 500 photographs in total, and the step-by-step instructions make cooking with tomatoes easier than ever.

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