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More Please! : My Family Recipes You'll Love to Cook and Share

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Real-life cooking is multi-dimensional. During the week you want a quick meal that will be ready in a short amount of time; at lunch you want something light and delicious; at weekends cooking becomes more leisurely, giving you the chance to try your hand at more time-consuming recipes; and when friends come over you cook up the whole shebang (think starters, sides and dessert). Manu Feildel's More Please! is a book full of family recipes that will fast become staples in your household. Covering starters, weeknight meals, noodles and rice, food for guests, sides, desserts and basics, More Please! has every occasion covered. Enjoy a starter or light lunch of Chinese-style omelette; cook up a Tomato prawn curry or Eggplant stuffed with beef ragu on a weeknight; if you're craving noodles and rice try your hand at Manu's Pumpkin and lemon thyme risotto or Black hokkien noodles; impress friends with dishes of Three-spice roast pork with a side of Duck-fat potatoes with garlic and rosemary and Trout wrapped in prosciutto with Oven-baked ratatouille; and tuck in to desserts like Chocolate and chilli creme brulee, Chocolate Paris-brest and Traditional Basque almond cream and cherry jam cakes.More Please! is an eclectic collection of recipes that will become a family favourite in your house, always open on the benchtop, ready for you to try a new dish.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 210 x 260 x 30.48mm | 1,111.3g
  • MURDOCH BOOKS
  • Millers Point, Australia
  • English
  • 1743368496
  • 9781743368497
  • 111,476

About Manu Feildel

Manu began his culinary journey as an apprentice in his father's restaurant. After a year, he progressed to a fine dining restaurant where he finished his apprenticeship. Shortly after, the travel bug bit Manu and he packed his knives and headed for London where he trained to be a chef at Cafe Royal. Now living in Australia, Manu is most widely known for his participation in Australia's cookery competition programmes Ready Steady Cook, MasterChef Australia and My Kitchen Rules.show more

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