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Vegan Christmas: Over 70 Amazing Recipes for the Festive Season Hardcover – Illustrated, October 16, 2018
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Gaz talks you through the menus and the planning, from Christmas morning breakfast like Sweet Potato Waffles and Tofu Benedict, through to a show-stopping lunch with the likes of Ultimate Christmas Wellington, "Turkey" Roast and Festive Nut Roast Wreath served with all the trimmings: "No Pigs" in Blankets, Hasselback Potatoes and Fluffy Yorkshire Puddings – all rounded off with spectacular dairy-free desserts including Boozy Tiramisu and "Brioche" Bread and Butter Pudding. There are vegan versions of mince pies, Pavlova, and even a "cheese" board for after!
And it's not just about the big day: Gaz offers a supreme spread of party food for when you're celebrating with guests - Mini Sausage Rolls, Sticky BBQ "Ribs" and Arancini, among many others, plus ideas for leftovers including Christmas Curry and Gyros.
Packed with suggestions for the festivities and advice on how to keep cool in the kitchen if you're cooking on the big day, Vegan Christmas Cookbook offers every solution you'll ever need for what to cook for vegans and vegetarians at Christmas.
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- Publisher : Quadrille Publishing; Illustrated edition (October 16, 2018)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 176 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1787132676
- ISBN-13 : 978-1787132672
- Item Weight : 1.54 pounds
- Dimensions : 7.5 x 1 x 9.75 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #24,971 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Second, I plan on bringing THE star dish to holiday gatherings this year. As a vegan, I am tired of being relegated to eating a green salad and cranberry sauce during Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Therefore, I decided that this year I am going to bring several of my own dishes, no matter what the host says. That way, family and friends will realize that vegan cooking can be beautiful and delicious. My goal is for them to come back for seconds!
First off, I made the parsnip vanilla soup. Delicately flavored and, hands down, my new favorite way to enjoy parsnips (a food that I would never have gone out of my way to eat, previously). This soup is so good, that I'm thinking of making ahead and freezing for guests at Christmas-time. They are staunchly not vegan, but it's that good, that I think, even they will enjoy it.
Next I made the cranberry sauce and nut roast filling. I love it even more than the soup. It's simply amazing. The flavors both meld beautifully together AND stand out. It's really remarkable. I've never liked homemade cranberry sauce, until now. (I was canned, cranberry jelly girl, before this recipe!) my roommate, who up until now hated cranberry sauce, was begging me for more. And he's very picky!
I have my nut roast tightly wrapped in the fridge and I am really looking forward to cooking it day of.
I'm also planning on making Welsh rarebit, to serve alongside the soup after a nice hike, and I'm making the stuffing and orange glazed carrots, to accompany the main event. Oh, and I'm making gravy day of, as well. I'm REALLY looking forward to trying these recipes.
This book surpasses my expectations. The recipes are next level. Some may take a little time and care but the results are well worth it. None have been difficult, just time consuming to chop ingredients. I could probably use better knives, so they may go faster once I upgrade.
By David W. Gwyn on November 26, 2018
True, this cookbook is not for the gluten free but if you can eat gluten the "meat" recipies are yummy. About 4 years ago I discovered that I could no longer buy the dry mixes to make seasoned seitan. After trying other recipes that didn't work well, I gave up. Now I'm back to success.
By Mindy on October 16, 2018
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My family is a mix of vegetarians, vegans and meat eaters so I have been looking for recipes which could keep everyone happy and I’m looking forward to perfecting the vegan turkey!
- Easy to follow instructions and plenty of tips for substitutions in case of allergies.
- The food photography is stunning throughout.
- Every part of Christmas Day is covered, from Christmas morning, party food, cheese boards and even mulled wine. I thought this was a nice touch and shows an understanding that people want to keep their Christmas food traditions alive.
- I found it a little grating that animal products being imitated are in speech marks (“cheese”, “turkey”, “bacon” etc) it seems silly, the book has Vegan in big letters on the front, I’d be surprised if anybody reading it needs reminders it’s not real turkey.
All in all this is a great book and I would recommend it to anybody!
- book is beautiful and bright. Plenty of photos and a lovely hard cover
- recipes are very innovative and seem relatively easy to make
- plenty of recipes and ideas that you might not think to add to a celebration
- I love every recipe to have a picture with it since I’m a very visual person. Even though a lot of the recipes have photos, not all of them have and some when they do are not next to the recipe.
- I wish there was one of the those strings to mark the page. Not a necessity or a deal breaker but it is a good thing to have.
- a lot of the recipes seem to be made with tempeh which if you live in a small town like I do, you won’t be able to find it. Therefore making a lot of the recipes unusable to me.
I have not tried any of the recipes yet. These are my first impressions. All in all I still give the book a 5 star for the time being since the observations made above a small remarks that does not change how amazing the recipes themselves look. Which is what a recipe book is for.
Gaz if you read these comments - Thank you, you're inspiring, my son (8) is over the moon he can show his friends that vegans can eat incredible meals with no friends in them!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 26, 2018