American Heart Association Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook: 200 Low-Fuss, Good-for-You Recipes
For home cooks who have to prepare daily meals, finding a combination of healthy, low-calories and easy-to-do recipes is sometime a tough, and ends up with stacking on the same boring menus. Americal Heart Association is created for making your vigorous meals more interesting and exciting with variety of ethnic foods around the world.
This 256-page slow cooking book may not the best suit for those who are in fix-it-and-forget-it way, but very excellent for someone who love to learn the new horizontal of cooking world. Full with good-for-you ingredients, the book suggests how to make the good foods: low harmful factors such as saturated fats, trans fats, sodium and sugar. This guide book consists of appetizers, soups, stews, main dishes, side dishes, salads, breads and desserts. From our point of views, what we really appreciated is the wide selection of ethnic cuisines, such as French, Moroccan, Italian, Indonesian, Thai or Traditional American. This is a nice solution for having nutritious diets, enjoying delicious flavors and saving times for preparing. Also, it’s informative on effect of cooking method to nutrition.
- Who wrote it: American Heart Association
- Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
- Publish Year: September 18, 2012 (1st edition)
- Highlight: Huge ranges of 200 simple-to-prep and tastefully ethical dishes, which is good in medical rules –low in saturated fats, cholesterol, sodium and sweetener.
- Number of Recipes: 200
- Example Recipes: Moroccan-spiced chicken, Thai Coconut-Chicken Soup, East Indian Spiced Beans with Apricot Rice, Smoky Red Bell Pepper Hummus, Sweet Potato Bread Pudding