There’s so many tempting recipes in Appetite for Reduction, I can’t seem to put the cookbook down. The thought of trying any one of those 125 recipes follows me around all day like a little puppy. Besides the 2nd Avenue Vegetable Korma, here’s what I’ve made so far:
- Pad Thai Salad (pictured above) – one of my favorite Thai dishes but in a refreshing salad form. The Peanut-Lime Dragon Dressing that goes on it, totally makes the salad. The dressing is a little bit on the thin side. Blending it in a mini food processor, some of the liquid leaked out, but none of the flavor. I’ve been using the dressing on all sorts of other things.
- Easy Breezy Cheezy Sauce – so easy to make. I had it with butternut squash ravioli, but really I could just eat it by the spoonful.
- Scallion Potato Pancakes (pictured above) – it’s hard to find a good rendition of scallion pancakes in restaurants, usually they’re way too greasy. So it’s nice to be able to make a baked version at home out of potatoes. It doesn’t taste exactly like the ones made out of flour but it’s still very tasty.
- Cranberry-Cashew Biryani – not really a brown rice eater, but I like it in this recipe. The yummy flavors helped a lot.
I really liked cooking from this cookbook, I think you’ll like it too. So I’m giving away a copy of Appetite for Reduction.
To enter the giveaway:
Leave a comment in this post with your worst vegan junk food addiction (because you know, acknowledgment is the first step). Comment must be made by midnight PST on Monday, February 21st; one entry per person. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.
One winner will be randomly selected (using random.org) from the comments received and announced in a new post on Tuesday, February 22nd. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be randomly chosen. Prize awarded is the cookbook that I received from the publisher (approximate retail value $19.95). I did not drool on it.
Open only to U.S. residents age 18 and over. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. Void where prohibited by law. Any tax is the sole responsibility of the winner. Winner releases Chow Vegan from any liability arising out of participation in this giveaway or the acceptance, use or misuse of the prize.
Disclosure: I received the cookbook free of charge from the publisher to review. The opinions and experience with the cookbook expressed herein are my own. There was no pay to say.
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