Author: Recipe This
Publisher: Recipe This
The ONLY kitchen gadgets food blog that caters for both metric and imperial readers. Featuring metric, imperial, Celsius and Fahrenheit. Kitchen gadget recipes has never tasted so good and this slow cooker cookbook with pictures of EVERY recipe is another reader favourite. Sharing delicious everyday slow cooker recipes that you can cook at home in your slow cooker. Regardless of having the Crockpot slow cooker, Morphy Richards slow cooker or another brand, these slow cooker recipes are easy to follow along with at home. Through this slow cooker cookbook, it can help both novice and experienced home cooks enjoy exciting new ways to use the slow cooker. There are 30 incredible recipes in this ecookbook. Not only does EVERY slow cooker recipe include a picture of the finished dish, but many of these slow cooker recipes are healthy too. Here are 10 reader favourites featured in the slow cooker cookbook for beginners volume 2 ecookbook: • Slow Cooker Meatloaf • Slow Cooker Butternut Squash • Slow Cooked Chicken Salad • Beef & Pumpkin Stew In The Slow Cooker • Slow Cooked Shoulder Of Lamb • Veggie Bake In The Slow Cooker • Honey Glazed Carrots In The Slow Cooker • Vegetable Pasta In The Slow Cooker • Chicken Casserole In The Slow Cooker • Slow Cooker Gammon In Coke All the slow cooker recipes featured are personally created by husband and wife duo Dominic and Samantha Milner. Dominic worked as a chef for more than a decade, before taking on the role as the personal chef to millions via the readers of Recipe This. Samantha is the personality behind the blog and together they make an amazing double act that is loved by their readers from around the world. Showing that using a slow cooker is not as scary or difficult as you first thought, they have been showing people how to use the slow cooker since 2008. Recipe This Worldwide Recipe Conversions With a growing worldwide audience of slow cooker readers, Recipe This made the decision to offer their recipes to everyone. In the slow cooker recipe ebook you will see metric and imperial conversions in every recipe. They also include both Celsius and Fahrenheit. You also have a handy worldwide food conversion too. This includes food mentioned in recipes that carry a different name in the US to the UK. Making it easy for both US and UK readers to equally understand. Plus, plenty of food swaps if you can’t source ingredients locally.