Seventy-five yummy recipes are included in Essential Vegan Air Fryer Cookbook.
I’ve had an air fryer for years that I have used solely for potato and carrot fries. However, the recipes in this cookbook might make me leave the air fryer on the counter. There is something here for all tastes.
Forty-six breakfasts, sides, and entrees including:
- Blueberry breakfast cobbler
- Donut holes
- Banana chia bread
- Mung bean “quiches”
- Fried green tomatoes
- Buffalo cauliflower
- Pakoras (fritters)
- Spring rolls
- Indian wrap
- BBQ jackfruit nachos
- Grilled cheese sandwich
- Tamale pie
- Asian bowl
- Curry bowl
There are three recipes for fried tofu, four for sauces, one each for tempeh and chutney. The sauces and the chutney are not cooked with the air fryer but go well with other recipes presented here.
Instructions for using an air fryer are included. A convenient chart with vegan cooking instructions including cooking times and temperatures for common fruits and vegetables are provided too.
But don’t forget dessert! The twelve scrumptious recipes include:
- Chocolate cake
- Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin cookies
- Caramelized apples
- Apple or strawberry puffs
- Raspberry lemon streusel cake
- Pineapple upside-down cake
- Blackberry peach cobbler
The Essential Vegan Air Fryer Cookbook is the perfect cookbook for the newly vegan or gluten-free cook, and/or owners of an air fryer. Many of the recipes are ideal for parties and office potlucks too. The only negative is that there is not a picture for every recipe. Other than that, it clearly deserves 5 stars!
Thanks to Rockridge Press/Callisto Media and NetGalley for an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.
Posted in New Books, Non-fiction Tagged with: Cookbook, gluten-free, Jun 18 2019, vegan
Pretty pictures but recipes are less than awe-inspiring.
Readers have abundant choices for vegan cookbooks. Most can be separated into quick and easy or complex and expensive. The Vegan Cookbook falls into the second category. It has mouthwatering pictures of the completed recipes. However, all the recipes include a multitude of ingredients. Many are exotic spices that would be expensive to buy for a single recipe. Several would require a special trip to a health food store or Whole Foods rather than a neighborhood grocery store. It was particularly disappointing to not see any nutritional information—not even calories—for a single recipe. Also there was no indication which allergens were in each recipe without reading the entire ingredient list. A nice soy-free or gluten-free icon would have made it easier for the allergic to find recipes.
Usually when I receive a review copy of a cookbook, I prepare at least a few of the recipes. Within The Vegan Cookbook, I couldn’t find a single recipe where I had all the ingredients in my kitchen. I admit that I am not organized enough to add recipe ingredients on my weekly shopping list, bring them home and still feel like cooking the recipe many days later. Some readers are and will appreciate the recipes within this vegan cookbook. However, it rates only 3 stars from me.
Thanks to the publisher, Nourish, and Netgalley for a review copy.
Posted in Non-fiction Tagged with: Cookbook, vegan