Simple, Nourishing, Delicious
by Maria Zizka
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 27 Apr 2021 | Archive Date 13 Apr 2021
Artisan Books, Artisan
Whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and complete with protein, fresh fruits or vegetables, and grains, a one-bowl meal checks all the boxes—delicious, nourishing, casual, filling, seasonal. And in the hands of Maria Zizka its possibilities are even more exciting, with thirty brilliant combinations organized by base—oatmeal, chia, or yogurt for breakfast, and grains, noodles, or greens to build mains. Plus, there are tips, tutorials, and substitution rules of thumb throughout, including how to customize your bowl to make it vegan, gluten-free, or protein-forward.
It’s all about mastering the five steps to building a bowl: Start with a baseInclude a proteinConsider a sauceAdd a couple of toppingsGarnish with something crunchy or bright Get ready to create your own complete meal in a bowl.
Average rating from 39 members
This cookbook is wonderful! I loved how easy the directions are to follow, the mouth watering photos (and there’s tons of photos!) and layout/organization. For anyone who loves cooking or is looking for a cookbook, definitely check this out. Less dishes to clean up at the end of a meal is always a plus!
This book was received as an ARC from Artisan Books - Artisan in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. All of the recipes featured in this cookbook look so delicious and easy that it is for sure a candidate for a future cooking demo. Bowls are becoming the new trend and it is great to see how many variations of them exist. While looking through this cookbook I was so fascinated on the combination of toppings to choose from while still being very healthy and incorporating food diets such as vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free. All of the recipes I can't wait to try and share them with our community at a future cooking demo. We will consider adding this title to our TX Non-Fiction collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.
I used to think I wasn't a one-bowl meal kind of person but after flipping through this I might become one. I'm a big fan of the breakfast bowls and I am looking forward to trying some of them out. I'm a harder sell for dinner bowls but maybe one day. This was a well done cookbook with easy to follow recipes and good pictures! Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for providing me with an arc for an honest review!
I liked this book because it has easy, step by step guide to creating meals that are creative and fairly easy to prepare. I also liked that there are substitution options given. This is a great book for a beginner looking to go vegan, gluten free, or just wanting to be more healthy.