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1 minute review of the Green Roasting Tin, a vegetarian and vegan cookbook.

The Green Roasting Tin: Vegan and Vegetarian One Dish Dinners – by Rukmini Iyer

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You may be wondering: “do I really need a book to tell me to put some vegetables in a roasting tin and roast them?” and maybe not, but the book offers a lot more than that.

Indeed, the author notes “this book was slightly in danger of becoming the gratin and tart book, because I love both”, but don’t worry, most of the recipes are—as you might expect—very healthy.

As for formatting: the 75 recipes are divided first into vegan or vegetarian, and then into quick/medium/slow, in terms of how long they take.

However, even the “slow” recipes don’t actually take more effort, just, more time in the oven.

One of the greatest strengths of this book is that not only does it offer a wide selection of wholesome mains, but also, if you’re putting on a big spread, these can easily double up as high-class low-effort sides.

Bottom line: if you’d like to eat more vegetables in 2024 but want to make it delicious and with little effort, put this book on your Christmas list!

Click here to check out The Green Roasting Tin, and level-up yours!

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