YASOU : A Magical Fusion of Greek & Middle Eastern Vegan Cuisine (digital edition)
From award-winning chef Miriam Sorrell, author of ‘Mouthwatering Vegan‘ (978-0449015650 Random House 2013, endorsed by Sir Paul McCartney), comes ‘YASOU’, a magical fusion of Greek and Middle Eastern vegan cuisine, launched at the London Book Fair in 2016, and endorsed by PETA President & Founder Ingrid Newkirk.
This book connects the author with her own rich roots, and takes plant-based cooking to a new level, bringing the exotic flavours of the Middle East & Southern Mediterranean within easy reach of the home cook, and showing once again the innovative genius of Sorrell as she redesigns vegan cuisine. Taramasalata, Haloumi, Lime Infused Feta, Shaskshuka with genius plant- based Eggs, Baked Fasolia Pie, Middle Eastern Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Briam-Imam Bayildi, Spanakopita Tart, Crispy Fried Calamari, Aubergine Maqluba, Coffee Creme Caramel, Kalo Prama, and Galaktoboureko, are some of the delights to be found within – all entirely plant-based ! Lavish full page photos accompany each recipe, each one more appetizing than the last, and marking this hotly anticipated book as a historical moment in vegan gastronomy.
Amazon Customer Reviews :
5 stars *****
The day I received my copy of Yasou in the mail, I spent the rest of the afternoon reading it, and she once again did NOT disappoint! This book has more of a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flair which honors that part of her heritage. The recipes follow the traditional techniques, and all of the recipes are fully vegan, and fully DELICIOUS!! The pictures make you want to eat the page. You absolutely MUST have this book in your cookbook library. You will find it will be one of those “go to” cookbooks that you rely on to always have a good outcome. Thanks once again, Miriam, for making me look good in the kitchen!! I’m a fan for life. You ROCK!!!
I have never seen a more beautiful presentation of some of my favorite foods, and done with unique flair. Miriam Sorrell has added her own to each and every recipe. I read the whole thing through on the first day (I was mesmerized). I happen to have a well stocked pantry and will make every one of these … I just cannot decide which one first! Perhaps the Spanakopita Tart (recipe for plant-based Feta included). I’m in love.
I am left Spellbound!
After following Miriams recipes on her Mouthwatering Vegan blog and devouring the recipes from her first cookbook, the anticipation of purchasing her second cookbook was indeed waiting for further culinary magic!Here, you will not only find the first in the world vegan fried egg which will ‘wow’ non vegans but also see how she has used minimum ingredients for this which are likely to be available in your vegan store cupboard!As a vegan chef myself, I once described Miriam as THE visionary vegan chef and I believe my expression and opinion to be spot on once again with Yasou.Her first book seduced us and made us salivate with out of this world recipes and once again she has raised the bar with further genius recipes.
The Sensual Runner Bean and Mushroom Stew is oh so flavoursome with varying textures and again, store cupboard ingredients with spices that ‘just do it!’
Before I became vegan I loved custard slices here in the UK and here we have a recipe for Galaktoboureko (Greek Custard Slice) oh my!I am adoring this easy to follow and colourful book and I simply can’t wait to try the Bean and Nut Scampi Balls, the Golden Cheezy Zucchini Fritters (my type of scrumptiousness) the Spanking good Spanakopita Tart and the Tomato Dolmasi.
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