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Blitz: Blender Recipes Without a Smoothie in Sight


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English | March 30th, 2018 | ASIN: B07B265J9Y, ISBN: 1784881368 | 144 Pages | EPUB | 5.66 MB

Blenders, liquidizers and juicers are the obvious choice when you need to make a smoothie, but they also hold untapped potential for delicious cakes, batters, dips and soups. Few people realise it, but simple, nutritious bakes, puddings and sauces can be made just as effortlessly as more traditional smoothies and juices. In Blitz, Juliet Baptiste-Kelly explains how to get more from your blender or liquidizer.

Simply throw a few choice ingredients into the cup of the blender and give it a good blast to yield the fluffiest pancakes, tastiest pestos and even a cheeky hard milkshake! Ideas range from downright decadent chocolate fondants to gluten-free, nutrient-packed spinach blinis. The recipes are concise, accessible and easily adaptable with simple suggestions for variations according to personal taste. Make the most of your blender and blitz your way through this imaginative cookbook.
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