Passover by Design is part of a series by the author of the best-selling Kosher by Design cookbooks.
Do you want to add a bit of jazz to your usual dinner? Then this book of Jewish dishes is for you.
Best-selling author Susie Fishbein teaches you the easy steps to make Passover dishes that look and smell divine.Also included next to these recipes is a handy menu of the ingredients you will need. You’ll also learn straight- forward recipes that will impress your family and friends for years to come.
There are meat dishes and also vegetarian ones that should certainly give you inspiration to become a better chef.
The start of this cookery book is beautifully set out with a table of contents and superb introduction. The pictures that accompany it are eye-catching and really make you look.
The first few dishes are mainly meat - something that I can’t comment on and won’t cook myself as I’m a vegetarian but I feel pretty certain other readers will enjoy.
One recipe that caught my attention was the “Crispy Mushrooms”. A dish that people like me will enjoy, as there is no meat involved. The accompanying picture makes this meal look so appetizing and I’m sure I will have an attempt to try and cook this.
Soup is featured in the next section - a lovely array of soups to accommodate everyone’s taste buds.
“Cream Peach Soup” looks simply mouth-watering. A blend of white peaches with the juice of orange, cream, honey plus other delicious ingredients.Get this book and try it for yourself.
“Zucchini-Leek Soup with Ginger Cream” a dish that you can make into what you want. You have the choice to have it meaty, dairy or parve. It all depends on your own taste but follow Susie’s invaluable advice for the best ginger cream soup!
Next we move onto salads and yet more scrumptious recipes that will make you want to grab your apron and let your inner chef take over.
Poultry is the next part inside this Passover cookery volume. These dishes all mainly consist of chicken - not something I’d want to try but others may?
Meat, another section, is all about…meat. Great recipes if you like this type of food .Rib, lamb chops and roast are all there to mention but a few.
My favourite division (and also I think most people’s) is found towards the end, Desserts. Chocolate Mousse Pie sounds and looks lip-smackingly delicious. Just as well if you’re a chocoholic like me. Make this dish yourself at home - you won’t be disappointed!
White Chocolate Mousse in Chocolate Boxes captures your eye over the next lot of pages. Quite honestly it was the photograph that was the thing that made me look at the recipe. I certainly want to try this one out, now where is my mixing bowl?
A delicious cookery book with over 30 new recipes and ideas. The photography is simply splendid and captures the elements of the featured foods.
All set out wonderfully, put this book into your kitchen and prepare to wow your friends.
I devoured this book and I’m sure you will too!!!
The above review was contributed by:Jessica Roberts:Jessica is a book reviewer for a local newspaper and has reviewed for a national women's magazine too. She has had various articles published in magazines and has now completed her novel. Jessica currently lives in West Yorkshire and enjoys walking in the dales and woodlands as part of her hobby as well as, of course, reviewing books. To read more of Jessica's reviews CLICK HERE
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