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    The Roasted Vegetable: How to Roast Everything from Artichokes to Zucchini for Big, Bold Flavors in Pasta, Pizza, Risotto, Side Dishes, Couscous, Salsas, Dips, Sandwiches

    by:
    Chesman, Andrea




    Publisher:
    Harvard Common Pr
    Published: February 2002
    ISBN: 1558321683
    Format:Hardcover
    Pages:192


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    Book Description
    Amazon.com
    "This is a cookbook for vegetable lovers--and vegetable haters," says Andrea Chesman in The Roasted Vegetable. Her argument is that roasting veggies brings out their "hidden sweet, nutty flavors," making them irresistible to carrot-hating kids and vegan adults alike. She supports this theory with 150 tantalizing recipes, starting with a sizeable serving of side dishes, then broadening to include salsas, soups, salads, sandwiches, pasta, pizza, tofu, granola, and more. Beyond obvious inclusions like roasted peppers, french fries, and chestnuts, there's Garlic Puree ("like a basic black dress, it goes with almost anything") and Roasted Kohlrabi, which "looks like a spaceship that has sprouted leaves." Another standout is the Roasted Tomato Sauce, for which tomatoes are roasted up to one and a half hours until they've broken down to form a thick sauce; the recipe also has variations for pasta, enchiladas, and Middle Eastern dishes. In addition, the book covers basic techniques and equipment and includes a handy roasting chart--all aimed to help readers' roasted vegetables come out perfectly "tender-crisp." --Andy Boynton

    From Publishers Weekly
    How best to highlight the flavors of vegetables in traditional dishes? Chesman, author of the James Beard Award-nominated The Vegetarian Grill, advocates roasting. She elaborates the secrets of the art in this cookbook-cum-reference volume. Some of the most useful material is not in the form of recipes, but in a thorough chart listing vegetables and their roasting times, as well as any special methods required (e.g., wrapping beets in foil). Side dishes are exceedingly simple: World's Best Green... read more


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