Vegan Fake-out: Plant-based take-out classics for the ultimate night in (Hardcover)

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We all love a take-out. It's one of life's little pleasures, and a great way to try food from around the world in the comfort of our own homes. But when hankering after a plant-based treat, the take-out menu isn't always the easiest thing to navigate.

Vegan Fake-out offers 70 recipes that deliver fast, easy, vegan take-out classics that will make sure that you're able to indulge, whenever the craving strikes. Divided into chapters on American, Chinese, Indian, Italian and Middle Eastern classics you'll find recipes which take just fifteen minutes to cook, slow-cooker recipes that do the hard work for you, and menus that will feed up to four people. From All-in-one biryani or Sesame spring rolls, to Sicilian-style pizza, Falafel flatbreads and Chilli burritos, there's something for every Friday night feast. Using readily available ingredients, standard kitchen equipment and with tips on freezing, cost-saving and ditching single-use plastics, you can enjoy a fuss-free fake-out with minimal effort and maximum flavor – all without leaving the house.

About the Author


Katy Beskow is an award-winning cook, writer and cookery tutor with a passion for seasonal ingredients, vibrant food and fuss-free home cooking. Once inspired by a bustling and colorful fruit market in South London, Katy now lives in rural Yorkshire and cooks from a small (yet perfectly functioning) kitchen. She blogs at www.katybeskow.com. Katy is the author of 15-Minute Vegan (2017), 15-Minute Vegan Comfort Food (2018), 15-Minute Vegan on a Budget (2019) and Five Ingredient Vegan (2019); this is her fifth book.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781787136281
ISBN-10: 1787136280
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
Publication Date: February 2nd, 2021
Pages: 160
Language: English

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