Bowls: Vibrant Recipes with Endless Possibilities
Bowls: Vibrant Recipes with Endless Possibilities is the most wonderful book for foodies who love that umami feeling on their tastebuds. Packed with nutrient-dense, flavorful bowls with vibrant colors, there is a bowl in this book for everyone. The first bowl I made was the bibimbap bowl which is a Korean-style bowl with rice, garlic spinach, sautéed mushrooms, egg, and kimchi. I opted out of making the kimchi, but I used the other ingredients as well as the gochujang sauce on top. Needless to say, my family devoured it. The textures and flavors combined so well. I loved giving the rice a little bit of crunchiness by lightly pressing it into the frying pan and letting it crisp. The next bowl I will be trying is a cheesy polenta bowl with broccoli rabe and egg. It too looks like it will become a favorite in our household. Although the recipes may look complicated at first because of the number of ingredients, they are actually pretty simple and can be altered to the taste of the chef or to the individual person. For example, my son is not a fan of mushrooms so for the bibimbap I just gave him extra spinach. This is a book that has endless possibilities. The beautiful color photography is an added plus and will make your mouth water while looking through the book.
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|Author||America's Test Kitchen|
|Page Count||256 pages|
|Publisher||America's Test Kitchen|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|