Featuring slow-cooker, stove-top, and oven recipes, Fix-It and Forget-It Vegetarian Cookbook is packed with 500 easy-to-prepare recipes from home cooks for all parts of a meal. The goal of the book is to make meatless manageable with easy-to-follow instructions and easy-to-find ingredients. The cookbook features icons for each recipe to indicate "Slow cooker Recipe" or "Stove-top/Oven Recipe", cooking tips from home cooks, and three separate indexes so you can search by slow-cooker recipe, stove-top/oven recipe, or type of food.
Review: Although I am far from a vegetarian, I found some really great looking recipes in this book. They have a really nice selection of pastas which I am sure I will frequently reference and, of course, I was immediately drawn right to their desserts. I had to make cookies for my daughter's Kindergarten graduation so I decided to make "Can't-Leave-These-Alone Bars" from the recipe book.
They were really quite delicious, soft, and flavorful. The only way to fit so many recipes into one book is to not include pictures, which is a bit of a bummer because I was questioning part of the instructions and would have liked to see the finished product; however, I would much rather have hundreds more recipes than pictures any day.
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