I had been wanting some new and exciting recipes for the summer, so I headed to Amazon. Before spending out money I decided to try some free recipe books which led to a massive downloading spree. So, which did find useful? Read on to find out.
25 Delicious Pasta Recipes by Sallie Stone 3/5
Some interesting pasta combinations that I will use this summer. I’m all for ease and time efficiency. However, recipe books need photos!
Five Ingredient Cookbook by Hannie. P. Scott 2/5
Basic recipes and not all from scratch. Mixing pre-made sauces and canned foods isn’t what I’m after. There are no photos to show the finished results.
30 Minute Meals by Hannie. P. Scott 3/5
Nothing I love more than quick, tasty recipes. These 30 min recipes are varied and achievable for even the most amateur of chefs. I would have liked pictures, though.
Crockpot Recipes by Nancy Kelsey 3/5
A large selection of recipes with something for everyone, but only a handful I want to try for myself.
Definitely worth a scan if you enjoy the simplicity of crock pot cooking.
Summer Cooking by Various Authors 3/5
There were a few unusual recipes that I found interesting and would like to try, but the majority were simple, common recipes most people would know how to create without the need for a recipe guide.
25 Delicious Chicken Recipes by Sallie Stone 2/5
Very simple recipes- not quite what I was looking for. Great for very amateur cooks. I would have liked pictures of the finished dishes.
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