Cooks Guide to Grains Jenni Muir

ISBN: 9781840910735

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Hardcover

192 pages


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Cooks Guide to Grains  by  Jenni Muir

Cooks Guide to Grains by Jenni Muir
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Grains are one of the most tasty, versatile and nutritious food sources available, a delight to eat and easy to cook. In this ground-breaking new work, Jenni Muir travels the world, discovering indigenous grains and the best recipes for using them.MoreGrains are one of the most tasty, versatile and nutritious food sources available, a delight to eat and easy to cook.

In this ground-breaking new work, Jenni Muir travels the world, discovering indigenous grains and the best recipes for using them. As well as established favourites such as cats, wheat and corn, theres wild rice, bulghar and freekeh from the Middle East, the rye used in Scandinavian and Russian cooking, quinoa from Peru and the ancient Aztec grain, amaranth. The first part of the book provides an in-depth look at each of the grains and the second section features over 100 recipes, taking you from breakfast through to dinner.

Jenni explains how to vary the dishes according to the grains you have and also recommends an exciting range of accompaniments that will transform each dish to suit the occasion.



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