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The Everyday Halogen Oven Cookbook: Quick, Easy and Nutritious Recipes for All the Family (English Edition) Format Kindle
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It is a good recipe book, basic but with clear explanations and helpful hints about using a halogen oven.
Some of the recipes, particularly in the first section on snacks are very English: Rarebit and welsh rarebit for instance. However strange the name, it should be remembered that they are simply toast with a type of cheese sauce. A bacon butty is a bacon sandwich. Rashers of bacon are bacon strips or Canadian bacon. Toad-in-the hole are sausages in a savory pancake batter. And you can substitute English muffins for crumpets.
The strange ingredients are simply UK names for fairly common ingredients.
Swede = Rutabaga. Turnip will also work.
Aubergines = Eggplant
Marmite = yeast extract. It is intensely flavored. Miso can work as a substitute as can concentrated stock or a dash of soy or bragg's amino acids
Icing sugar = Confectioners sugar
Castor sugar = superfine sugar
Plain flour = All purpose flour
Self-raising flour = Flour with the appropriate amount of raising agent (Baking powder) added for your altitude plus salt. Often, 1 cup of all-purpose flour, plus 1 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt.
Cornflour = corn starch.
Homemade chips = Home made French fries.
Mince, as in minced chicken, turkey or beef = Ground chicken, turkey or beef.
Veggie mince = TVP = textured vegetable protein = textured soy protein (TSP), soy or other meat substitute
Not all the recipes call for measured ingredients. In those that do, the measurements are an issue as 300g of flour gives a different cup measurement to 300g wine or 300g meat so it is not easy to convert in your head. And since England still uses both metric and imperial measurements, it is a pity the book doesn't reflect that. Imperial measurements are easier to mentally convert to cup measurements. I have a weighing scales that does the trick but not everyone will.
Likewise, the temperature conversions can be off putting if you have never done so before but they are not as tricky as the weight/volume measurements.
The author has released a US suitable version of the print book but that version is not available on kindle. http://www.amazon.com/Halogen-Oven-Everyday-Cookbook/dp/1905862881/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1329793140&sr=8-3
For me, the kindle edition was worth the money. If you can get over the temperature and measurement differences, I would recommend the book.
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