For those of you who love nothing more than a juicy steak or succulent chicken breast, the Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook may sound as far from your fancy as possible but you could be wrong... Filled with mouth-watering recipes and beautiful colour photos it’s certainly not just for vegetarians following a low GI diet. The recipes and information are also sure to spice up any existing vegetarians eating habits, add variety and make vegetarian cooking and eating even more easy and enjoyable!
Broken down by food type, there are 120 easy vegetarian recipes to try, each looking and sounding as delicious as the one before. For example, in the 'Salads and Vegetables' chapter, how does Golden Thai Curry sound? Or in 'Pasta and Noodles', Pasta Twist, Tomato and Mozzarella Bake? Some of the recipes in Rose Elliot’s low GI vegetarian cookbook are so simple, boil the pasta and 'swirl' around the remaining ingredients! Great for those of us on a time schedule! This vegetarian cookbook really does make it simple, easy and tasty to follow a low GI vegetarian diet. Other chapters include 'Beans and Lentils', 'Cereals and Grains', 'Natural Protein Foods' and 'Fruit, Sugar and Spice' which of course includes some sweet treats.
This recipe from the Low GI Family Cookbook makes a lovely lazy weekend breakfast or brunch. Prepare double the quantity for four people — or for seconds. Vegetarian and gluten free (if made with gluten free bread), Carbohydrate 15 grams per serve Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes Serves: 2 […]