The wonderful thing about making a salad is that it's a relaxed, stress-free way of cooking, with endless possibilities for customization. By simply adding in a handful of toasted nuts, something sweet like raisins, a few spoonfuls of chewy grains like barley or spelt, then a crumbling of cheese; a boring salad can start to look a lot more like dinner.
In Salad Feasts, Jessica Elliot Dennison guides you through the art of creating the perfect meal with 65 foolproof recipes that turn salads into flavor-packed, midweek meals. From a quick, 10-minute Radicchio, Stilton, and Pear salad, to the fuss-free Hot and Sour Chicken in Gem Lettuce, each recipe provides alternative substitute ingredients that are designed to make your salad-making flexible and easy, no matter the season.
Including feasting menus to elevate your salads into occasion-worthy spreads, as well as a basic recipe formula to guide you, these are easy-to-assemble, delicious meals that transforms ordinary salads
About the Author
After working for Jamie Oliver on the re-design and product development of his highly profitable food and homeware range, Jessica Elliott Dennison now works as a food and recipe developer as well as a home economist and food stylist.