Apple Recipes Cookbook - 23 of the Best Apple Recipes
- Fun, Delicious, Mouthwatering Apple Recipes for a Meal and Appetizer
- Narrated by: Becky White (The Voicing Expert)
- Length: 30 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-24-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Heather Hope
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If you love the deep, rich flavor that a fresh apple delivers and want to incorporate that sweet essence into your cooking routine, The Essential Kitchen Series has got you covered. The Apple Recipes Cookbook is overflowing with delicious recipes to enhance any meal, including appetizers and entrees.
This recipe book is meant to battle bland and awaken the creative chef in all of us. Apples can make almost any recipe spectacular. Whether you're cooking for family or friends, these sumptuous delights will win you over the very first time. This cookbook will assure you of never cooking a boring meal again.
A Host of Uniquely Delicious Homemade Recipes
This guide has much more than you'd expect. It's loaded with 23 recipes for any time of the day, which are brought to new heights with the unique, crisp flavor and texture of ripe apples. Have you ever wondered why "restaurant" fruit-based foods taste so amazing? You cook the same ingredients, and it's "blahsville", but that's about to change.
The Apple Recipes Cookbook has solved that problem with a splash of tantalizing fruits and spices to add a burst of flavor to any meal. Each recipe caters to all skill levels and tastes. They will add the extra "zing" every apple dish should have. The recipes are straightforward and mouth-wateringly delicious.
Learn what thousands have already discovered: food tastes better with a little help from nature's natural sweetener - apples. Enjoy and eat healthy...but don't give up the taste!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Tom Dugan on 03-10-16
Nostalgic flavor in modern recipes
I enjoyed listening to this book with my wife. We will try the Autumn Apple Salad recipe first. The recipes are well read by Becky White, who sounds like a professional radio personality on NPR. Listening to a recipe works for me because of my short reading attention span: I can even mess up the recipe for Jello. I remember my mother in law sitting by the radio in her kitchen taking notes daily as the rural radio station lady read recipes to the farm wives. This book reminds me of that fond tradition.
The recipes are very tempting, but some of the ingredients are somewhat exotic. I will substitute what I have on the shelf to approximate them. I put the book on my tablet so that I can back up and replay the recipe as I assemble the ingredients. I got a little flour on my touchscreen.