Salads: Over 60 satisfying salads for lunch and dinner


A simple salad doesn’t have to be boring! In Salads, Sue Quinn shows how, by understanding key flavour combinations, you can turn a humble salad into an inventive, bold and hearty meal. Marry different textures and flavours to create mouth-watering fusions: some soft fruit and a few crunchy seeds can make all the difference! Each chapter focuses on the key elements of a wholesome salad: starches, dairy, fats and proteins, fruit and vegetables, and delicious dressings. From simple recipes for spicy quinoa or tomatoes with creamy lentils, to more unusual flavour combinations such as peach, tomato and mozzarella or fennel and grapefruit, Sue shows that, by developing an understanding of complementary read more

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ISBN:

9781784880361

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

192

Dimensions:

22cm x 20cm

Weight:

660g

RRP:

$19.99

Category:

Food , Healthy Eating

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 April 2016

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sue Quinn

Sue Quinn is a journalist specialising in food and cookery. She regularly contributes recipes and articles about food trends to the Guardian, The Telegraph and Delicious Magazine. She is also the author of food blog penandspoon.com