Time to Eat: Delicious Meals for Busy Lives

Cover of the book, Time to Eat: Delicious Meals for Busy Lives.

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Published by: Michael Joseph

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4.32, based on 169 reviews.

Goodreads says:

Make a happy home with Nadiya's collection of over 100 mouth-watering recipesWITH ALL THE RECIPES FROM NADIYA'S BBC 2 COOKERY SERIES'This collection of speedy, oven-ready recipes is full of good ideas. It is a friendly hand on the shoulder for anyone too tired to cook' Sunday Times___________Feeding a family and juggling the stresses of home life can be really tricky, so Nadiya has crafted over 100 recipes that will teach you how to be time-smart in the kitchen.Featuring recipes that are both quick and easy to make, as well as those that have shortcuts to creating second - and even third - delicious meals without any additional preparation, Nadiya will share with you all her tips and hacks for making meal prep as simple as possible.You'll be able to make all the delicious recipes from Nadiya's BBC2 show including:· RASPBERRY CHEESECAKE CROISSANTS· ONE TRAY PEANUT CHICKEN with gnocci and broccoli· ZINGY MARMALADE HADDOCK with sundried tomatoes easy roast potatoes· BLENDER BEETROOT PASTA with feta, dill and lemon juice· BAKED BEAN FALAFEL BURGERS with siracha sauce and coleslaw· BANANA TARTE TARTIN with simple no-churn ice creamEach recipe also includes how long it will take to prepare and cook, making planning easy.Spin leftovers into completely new meals, learn the most effective way to use your freezer and discover just how easy it can be to batch cook without needing to have the same meal every night.Covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts and basics - with recipes that will give you leftovers to have as snacks in between - Nadiya shows you how she manages to always have home-cooked food at hand for her family.Nadiya will show you how you can always make time to cook and eat delicious food.





Praise for Nadiya Hussain:

'A national treasure' Independent'She's baked her way into our hearts and hasn't stopped since' Prima'The best kind of cookbook . . . you can read it like a novel' Times'Ideal dishes to serve at family get-togethers' Daily Mail

Waterstones says:

Pre-order Nadiya's brand new book now!The must-have companion cook book to Nadiya's new BBC cookery series Feeding a family and juggling a busy work load can be really tricky so Nadiya has crafted over 100 recipes that will teach you how to be time-smart in the kitchen. Featuring recipes that are both quick and easy to make, as well as those that have shortcuts to creating second - and even third - delicious meals without any additional preparation, Nadiya will share with you all her tips and hacks for making meal prep as simple as possible. Spin leftovers into completely new meals, learn the most effective way to use your freezer and discover just how easy it can be to batch cook without needing to have the same meal every night. Covering breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts - with recipes that will give you leftovers to have as snacks in between - Nadiya shows you how she manages to always have home-cooked food at hand for her family. Recipes include:* Avocado Pesto* Berry Breakfast Trifle* Bao Buns with Spicy Tuna* Prawn Malay Rice* One Tray Peanut Chicken* Jackfruit Curry * Nutella Mousse* Mango Peach Mint Sorbet


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4.32 out of 5 stars (169 ratings)
5 53% (90 ratings)
4 30% (51 ratings)
3 12% (21 ratings)
2 4% (6 ratings)
1 1% (1 ratings)

About Nadiya Hussain

Nadiya Hussain is a British baker, columnist, author and television presenter. The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters is her debut novel.

Hussain was born to a British Bangladeshi family in Luton, where she grew up. She developed her interest in cooking while at school and largely self-educated herself in cooking by reading recipe books and watching instructional videos on YouTube. She married and moved to Leeds, where she began studying for an Open University degree. In 2015 she appear...
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