Vegan Cooking for Two: 200+ Recipes for Everything You Love to Eat Spiral-Bound | October 18, 2022

America's Test Kitchen

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The most comprehensive guide to easy, quick, and delicious small-batch plant-based cooking

No more throwing out past-its-prime produce, doing on-the-fly math to scale down recipes designed to serve a crowd, or guessing at substitutions for nonvegan ingredients. Now you can skip straight to perfectly portioned, all-vegan custardy French toast, katsu sandwiches with the crispiest pan-fried tofu, spicy sesame noodles, velvety vegetable chowder, gooey fig streusel bars, and more.
  • 220+ vegan recipes for breakfast, dessert, and everything in between.
  • 140+ recipes are ready in 45 minutes or less, and over half of recipes require 10 or fewer ingredients.
  • Dramatically reduce kitchen waste with smart shopping and food storage tips. The Use It Up chart helps you find recipes that use up pesky leftovers.
  • Embrace vegan cheese, butter, egg, and more store-bought products for ultimate convenience. We tell you which products to buy for the best results.
  • All out of sweet potatoes? Substitute squash. Then level up with a crispy tempeh topping. 300+ Kitchen Improv suggestions make each recipe flexible and customizable.
  • Failproof baked vegan treats. Scaled-down banana muffins and chocolate-ginger scones emerge from the oven (or toaster oven) perfectly risen every time.
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House
    Original Binding: Trade Paperback
    Pages: 384 pages
    ISBN-10: 1954210183
    Item Weight: 2.2 lbs
    Dimensions: 7.9 x 0.8 x 9.6 inches
    Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings
    With more than 60 test cooks, editors, and tasting and testing experts, America's Test Kitchen publishes award-winning cookbooks, including the best-selling "Complete" series, along with Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines and produces public television's top-rated shows, America's Test Kitchen and Cook's Country. It is a 15,000-square-foot kitchen located in Boston's Seaport district.

    Author Residence: Boston, MA

    Author Hometown: Boston, MA