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Vegan Junk Food: 225 Sinful Snacks that are Good for the Soul Paperback – December 15, 2011
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Having been a tester myself for other authors/cooks/chefs I have to say this cookbook has not been professionally developed.
I tried to contact the author to get some answers about the mistakes I found on some of the recipes in her Instagram account, but she has ignored my messages.
I hope others have had better experience in usings this book. That was not the case with me.
Liked it so much I purchased it for family and friends too. They have reported back that thy just love it. No need to go to culinary school or specialty stores to make the recipes.
Since it says right in the title it's a vegan cookbook***, I am sure the right people who need to find it will. :-) There's also a good basic hummus recipe in there for those who don't know how to make it.
Pecan Pie Muffins
Barbecue Potato Chips (in a microwave?** totally trying this one)
Won Ton Samosas
Onion Garlic Naan
Microwave Sea Salt and Vinegar Chips (squee!)
Scottish Shortbread Dipped in Chocolate
Pecan Pie Bars
**None of the vegans I know would touch a microwave, LOL.
***But nearly any of the recipes would be fine with non-vegan substitutions (real butter or margerine instead of vegan, real meat instead of TVP, etc.)
So, I actually raised this up one star (from 3 to 4) based on the potato chip recipe alone. You can make CRISPY potato chips in a microwave! Who knewwwwww?? On a recent rainy Saturday, one of my daughters and I whipped out the Kindle to try the Salt & Vinegar potato chips, and I am extremely impressed. So simple! And like I said, I never would have thought the chips would get crispy by this cooking method. What I do need to do different, though, is purchase a mandoline slicer so I can get the chips really thin. I wasn't able to cut them paper thin or uniformly with a knife, so our chips were a litte on the thicker side, but by adjusting the cooking times, it worked out just fine. After we made the author's recipe, my daughter wanted to try something a little spicier, so we put together our own seasoning mixture and did another batch. I halved the vinegar, added some cayenne pepper, a dash of hot sauce, and some garlic powder. Splendid!