Fish & Seafood

Fish & Seafood

175 Delicious Classic and Contemporary Fish Recipes Shown in 220 Stunning Photographs

Book - 2013
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Low in fat and rich in protein, minerals and vitamins, fish and shellfish make a magnificent contribution to a healthy diet. This collection of vibrant, taste-packed dishes is the perfect cookbook for any occasion - from a formal dinner party to a quick and easy supper for two. Here are all the popular classics such as Scallops with Bacon, Poached Salmon with Hollandaise Sauce, Crab Cakes, Moroccan Fish Tagine, and Seared Tuna Steaks with Red Onion Salsa. Inspirational contemporary dishes using less familiar fish include Eels in Green Herb Sauce, Octopus Pasta Bake and Cockle Pie. Fresh, bright and accessible, this beautiful book is filled with 130 dishes from all over the world.With something to please every palate, every season and every type of fish, each recipe has easy-to-follow instructions to help you achieve perfect results every time.
Publisher: Wigston, Leicestershire, U.K. : Lorenz Books, [2013]
ISBN: 9780754823940
Branch Call Number: 641.692
Characteristics: 224 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm


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