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    • ISBN:9780600623632
    • Publication date:04 Jul 2011
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Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Student Meals

Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook

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200 quick, simple and nutritious meals, with easy-to-follow recipes for the novice cook

200 quick, simple and nutritious meals, with easy-to-follow recipes for the novice cook

Good food is essential for good health - even when you're a student living in uni accommodation. The Hamlyn All Colour Student Meals cookbook is the ultimate reference for healthy and delicious recipes that are easy enough for a first time cook to follow - and tasty enough that a cheap takeaway will become a thing of the past. It contains over 200 mouth-watering dishes and includes everything from traditional favourites like Shepherd's Pie to more exotic fare that is sure to impress your friends, plus entire sections on sweet treats and drinks. With clear step-by-step instructions, plus preparation and cooking times, making great food as a student has never been easier.

Check out some of the other titles in the series:
200 5:2 Diet Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63347-1)
200 Cakes & Bakes (ISBN 978-0-600-63329-7)
200 Family Slow Cooker Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63057-9)
200 Halogen Oven Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63344-0)
200 One Pot Meals (ISBN 978-0-600-63339-6)
200 Pasta Dishes (ISBN 978-0-600-63334-1)
200 Super Soups (ISBN 978-0-600-63343-3)
200 Veggie Feasts (ISBN 978-0-600-63337-2)

200 Barbecue Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63332-7)
200 Cupcakes (ISBN 978-0-600-63335-8)
200 Gluten-Free Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63342-6)
200 Juices & Smoothies (ISBN 978-0-600-63330-3)
200 Slow Cooker Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63349-5)
200 Super Salads (ISBN 978-0-600-63348-8)
200 Thai Favourites (ISBN 978-0-600-63346-4)

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  • ISBN: 9780600633402
  • Publication date: 02 Jun 2016
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Hamlyn
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