KINDLE ❁ The Quick Roasting Tin Author Rukmini Iyer –

The Quick Roasting Tin Cook Quick, Delicious And Nutritious One Tin Meals That Take The Pressure Off Dinner MINUTES PREP MINUTES IN THE OVEN The Quick Roasting Tin Contains New All In One Tin Recipes From Quick Weeknight Dinners To At Home Lunchboxes And Family Favourites All Meals Take Just Minutes To Prep, And No Longer Than Minutes In The Oven Just Chop A Few Ingredients, Pop Them Into A Roasting Tin, And Kick Back While The Oven Does The WorkThis Book Is Perfect For Anyone Who Wants Fresh, Delicious, Hassle Free Food And Minimal Washing Up Praise For The Green Roasting Tin This Book Will Earn A Place In Kitchens Up And Down The Country Nigella Lawson It S A Boon For Any Busy Household Jay Rayner

About the Author: Rukmini Iyer

Rukmini is a food stylist and food writer, who enjoys recipe developing and styling for editorial, advertising and commercial clients Her cookbooks include The Roasting Tin and The Green Roasting Tin , and her next cookbook The Quick Roasting Tin is out with Square Peg in June 2019 Rukmini left the law to retrain as a chef, working for Tom Kitchin at The Kitchin in Edinburgh before moving to London to do what she loves best food styling, recipe writing and development Her first two cookbooks, with Parragon and Quadrille, are due out early in 2016 When she s not styling and writing, Rukmini enjoys planning for an extensive organic kitchen garden from the confines of her London balcony, complete with chickens.

10 thoughts on “The Quick Roasting Tin

  1. says:

    It s such a simple concept for a book, but the recipes in this book provide the basis for so many great meals Each recipe if full of flavour and texture and certainly offers something different than just shoving a few veg on a tray Perfect for experimenting w

  2. says:

    Amazing Straightforward, lots of repeat ingredients, unlike other cookbooks where you have to buy ten different ingredients per meal and it just isn t feasible if you are cooking for yourself, after work Ready in no time at all and absolutely delicious, plus lots of

  3. says:

    This one is a little step up from Iyer s first book in terms of ingredients but don t stress you won t need an Ottolenghi level spice rack It also feltfocused without losing any of the ease that makes her cookbooks so fantastic Driven by occassion rather than ingredient I

  4. says:

    Love the original Roasting Tin this, in contrast, isn t quite as good The recipes are just as simple, but in order to get them into the 30 minute timeframe, some of the quality and taste has been sacrificed Please don t start with this and then dismiss the original out of hand Th

  5. says:

    I was a wee bit disappointed at the lack of meat dishes in this, given there s a vegetarian version available There s definitely a few recipes I ll try though and it will encourage me to buy try some different ingredients.

  6. says:

    people really love gluten and dairy, huh

  7. says:

    This is a great book but I wish the rise of veganism and vegetarianism didn t mean that nuts have to feature quite so prominently instead of meat

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  9. says:

    Love this book but not as much as the original Roasting Tin which is still my go to I d rather spend slightly longer not much to be fair to get a better result for my taste

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