Bish Bash Bosh! Henry Firth And Ian Theasby

Bish Bash Bosh aims to make plant based cooking that much easier. Not only for vegans, this recipe book is a great resource for anyone wanting new and exciting ways to prepare vegetables. I certainly could have made good use of it when I had my vegan feast last year.

Bish Bash Bosh
Chapters are divided into:
  • Quick
  • Big
  • Feasts
  • Sides & Sharers
  • Greens
  • Desserts
  • Breakfasts
Recipes that caught my eye:
  • Tom Kha (p35)
  • Faux Gras (p39)
  • Singapore Fried Vermicelli (p44)
  • Speedy Hoisin Mushrooms (p64)
  • Sweet Potato Tikka Masala (p88)
  • Quick Onion Gravy (p97)
  • Classic Lasagne (p112)
  • Clementine Roasted Root Vegetables (p138)
  • Satay Summer Rolls (p158)
  • Crunchy Cali Slaw (p177)
  • Orange, Fennel & Watercress Salad (p186)
  • Spicy Thai Salad (p190)
  • Lemon & Coriander Hummus (p196)
  • Bang Bang Noodle Salad (p201)
  • Crunchy Carnival Salad (p205)
  • Raspberry Ripple Cookie Crumble Ice Cream (p218)
  • Chocolate Mirror Cake (p238)
  • Notella Christmas Tree (p252)
  • Nuevos Rancheros (p265)
  • Lushy Nut Butter (p266)

Singapore Fried Vermicelli

Bish, Bash, Bosh

Personally I can see no reason to use terms such as Faux Gras or sausages for example when creating vegan meals. Lentil Pâté would have been as good a title and clearly delineate that it is a meat free option. Other than using meat terms, I loved everything about this book.

What I made:

So far all I have had time to make are the Singapore Fried Vermicelli. I made these twice as the meal was so good. The second time I amped up the sauce a little bit, just to give it some extra coating. This was the perfect weekday meal which came together in no time at all.

Singapore Fried Vermicelli
Singapore Fried Vermicelli
Publishing information:

ISBN 9780008327057

Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Jonathan Ball Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.

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