Every holiday season I buy a gift for “the house”. This year it was smokeless indoor grill. Last year, it was an air fryer. I have yet to even open the air fryer. Here’s to trying again to motivate myself to use it by reading the Epic Air Fryer Plant-Powered Cookbook.
From breakfast to dessert, there is something for every taste here. The recipes span the globe from Fried Green Tomatoes with Remoulade (Southern US) to Kaassouffle (Netherlands) to Mango Turon (Philippines).
The Epic Air Fryer Plant-Powered Cookbook is a nice choice for vegetarians due to its variety. However, vegans and dieters should stay away. The recipes are chockful of whole milk, eggs and real butter. Even though there is no nutritional information, this is obviously not a low-calorie cookbook. In addition to the lack of nutritional info, the book has few pictures too. Overall, 3 stars.
Thanks to Harvard Common Press, Quarto Publishing and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.