Popular BBC TV chef presenter Chris Bavin is a resourceful home cook who uses his freezer efficiently, makes the most of leftovers and prides himself on producing healthy food fast for his young family. In this, his first solo cookbook, he shares over 100 simple recipes and his approach to no-fuss home cooking so you too can save time.
Pick up advice on savvy shopping, how to use the freezer well, stock up the store-cupboard, and batch cook favourite family recipes. Be inspired by Chris's ideas for freezing flavours - try herb-and-oil ice cubes or frozen flavoured butters. And follow his nifty solutions to transform today's dinner into tomorrow's lunch, or use up half a forgotten courgette or fruit on the turn, so nothing is wasted.
As an award-winning former grocer, Chris knows his ingredients- his flavour swap suggestions breathe new life into old favourites, and simple but imaginative ideas to "pimp up" meals spin easy weeknight dinners into weekend winners. Inspiring, yet down to earth, easy-to-navigate, and refreshingly practical, Good Food, Sortedis the kitchen companion for time-pressed cooks who want to put wholesome food on the table fast.
Chris Bavin is currently a judge on BBC's primetime cooking show, Britain's Best Home Cook, alongside Mary Berry. He also co-presents the hugely popular Eat Well for Less? with Greg Wallace. Presenting Eat Well for Less? for four series has given Chris an insight into the nation's fridges, store-cupboards and freezers. He has a unique understanding of where families are going wrong in the kitchen, and how to help. As a former market trader and fresh produce importer, Chris's business, The Naked Grocer, twice won National Independent Retailer of the Year. As well as his busy TV career, Chris runs cookery demonstrations, gives educational talks to children, and always cooks for his family.
Proves that with a little prep and freezer smarts, you can whip up a great evening meal quickly. independent.co.uk Chris prides himself on being a savvy-shopper and resourceful home cook and this is showcased in his newest book [...] Good Food, Sorted is perfect for time-pressed cooks in need of wholesome dinners. goodhousekeeping.co.uk You might know Chris Bavin from the BBC show Eat Well For Less, in which he helps families live a healthier lifestyle on a budget. Featuring over 100 family-friendly recipes, the premise of this book is similar - it's all about getting healthy, balanced meals on the table with minimum fuss. As a former market trader, Chris knows a thing or two about making ingredients go further. Expect freezer friendly recipes, batch cooking and quick weeknight dinners that will appeal to even the fussiest of eaters. independent.co.uk Loads of clever ideas to make cooking at home easy. Aldo Zilli, Daily Express Saturday Magazine Full of his top tips for savvy shopping and also includes more than 100 of his favourite recipes that are easy to make, fuss-free and delicious. The Sun Yummy ideas for energy-boosting breakfasts, quick mid-week dinners, and healthy snacks, as well as tips on how to batch-cook and freeze. Your Home Canny shopping, proper preparation time and unfussy but fab dishes make for this book's family-friendly meals that cut down on food waste and washing up. There's a sunny Sunday morning breakfast of shakshuka - smoky, spicy baked eggs - a weekday quick spicy sausage ragu, for which the sauce can be made in advance, and a vegan-friendly snack of roasted chickpeas which take moments to prepare. Sunday Express S Magazine In Good Food, Sorted, Chris provides great ideas for meal planning, and tips for managing a store cupboard and for saving money on your weekly shop, as well as 100 recipes for family favourites using everyday ingredients. His 'flex the flavours' tips where he suggests swapping certain ingredients are inspired. Choice
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