Plentiful : Vegan Jamaican Recipes to Repeat

Plentiful : Vegan Jamaican Recipes to Repeat

Regular price $31.00

Denai Moore

Category: Cookery Vegetarian

Format: Hardback

Publication date: 4/13/23

Publisher: Hardie Grant Books (UK)

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 224 pages, Full-colour Illustrations and Photographs

Weight: 896

Dimensions: 181 x 254 x 27

"I absolutely adore this book! I can't see how it wouldn't raise the sprits of anyone who cooks and eats. I've already bought two copies as presents for friends, and I know I shall be giving a lot more out as the year progresses. But you know how it is when you fall in love with a book - you just can't help pressing it enthusiastically on everyone around you!" - Nigella Lawson"An incredibly exciting, fresh modern twist on authentic flavours I love with bold clever and creative plays on veg! A book you need in your kitchen to show you how wonderfully delicious plants are with true homage to Jamaica." - Rachel Ama, author of One Pot Three Ways"Dee fantastically fuses her Jamaican heritage into a glorious array of inventive, novel ideas. A treat!" - Riaz Phillips, author of West Winds"Delicious, fresh and full of heart. This is a cookbook that I know I'll return to time and time again when in need of a little piece of home." - Liv Little, author of Rosewater and founder of gal-demPlentiful is a Jamaican cookbook with a vegan twist. In this first-of-its-kind book, Denai Moore pays homage to flavours and authentic dishes from her Jamaican roots whilst firmly planting them within a modern-day context. From her convenient Rice & Peas Arancini to her comforting 'Oxtail' Gravy & Roasted Garlic Spring Onion Mash, the recipes are approachable, engaging and downright delicious. Jamaican food is often misrepresented, simplified and reduced to being really spicy - and MEAT heavy. Denai is a Jamaican chef who loves to make vegan food and in Plentiful she debunks this taboo about Jamaican food. With this book, she shows how exciting, diverse, and vibrant vegan flavours and Jamaican food truly are.