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Student's Vegetarian Cookbook, Revised: Quick, Easy, Cheap, and Tasty Vegetarian Recipes Paperback – June 24, 2003
"Ingredienti" by Marcella Hazan and Victor Hazan
From Artichokes to Zucchini, Anchovies to Ziti, Ingredienti offers succinct and compelling advice on how to select the best ingredients. Learn more
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Top Customer Reviews
All of the recipes are extremely simple. The ingredients lists are usually very short & the entire book is very practical. If you're learning to cook (or if the idea of heading into a kitchen scares you) this is the book for you.
Here are the sections with some examples of recipes:
Breakfast (french toast, vegan pancakes, scrambled tofu, rice pudding)
Dips & Spreads (salsa-excellent! hummus, guacamole, tahini)
Soups & Stews (miso-happy soup, minestrone, split pea, kale & potato, Moroccan stew)
Salads & Dressings (fruit salad, apple raisin couscous, marinated vegetables, avocado & pear salad)
Sandwiches, wraps & pizza (falafel, crostini with a bean & a green, black bean & yam quesadilla, tacos monterey, pita pizza crust, farmhouse vegetable pizza)
Bean meals (chipotle black bean chili, dal, marinated tempeh)
Grain meals (spontaneous couscous, polenta with black beans, Indian rice, Sicilian rice)
Pasta (with zucchini & basil, with green beans & feta, primavera, spaghetti pancake, peanut pasta)
Vegetables, Stir frys & potatoes (artichoke feast, gingered Chinese green stir fry, Pad Thai, colcannon, scalloped potatoes vegan style)
Desserts & quick breads (dark chocolate pudding, baked apples, baked bananas, banana bread)
There's also a section on coffee drinks-like cafe au lait.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
another good book for eating vegetarian on a budget. i like these books because they are budget wise. easy meals and most not a lot of time to fix.Published 12 days ago by patricia jordon
No pictures at all - just black and white text on plain paper. I gave as a gift, so I have no idea if the recipes are good.Published 6 months ago by Michelle H
I always wish cookbooks all had pictures, however that shouldn't change a review. These recipes were pretty basic vegetarian meals. I like that they're designed for students.Published 9 months ago by ANON18
Meh, I thought this was pretty simply and obvious. Doesn't really provide too many tips on how to make tasty food, just really a list of veg foods.Published 10 months ago by Kevin Jung
I love this book! The food is very simple and easy to make, and very cheap. It's great for anyone that is not a master chef, even if you aren't a vegetarian, I would recommend it! Read morePublished 12 months ago by brooke webster