Britain’s Best Home Cook, the BBC TV cookery competition that has inspired this beautiful book is judged by Mary Berry, Chris Bavin and Dan Doherty and features Claudia Winkleman – but the ultimate stars of the series, and the book, are the delicious, inspiring dishes cooked by the contestants… With full colour photography, this official companion to the series brings together the most outstanding recipes from the ten contestants, demonstrating their culinary flair and diverse backgrounds, and showcases an edible representation of modern Britain.
Recognising that modern home cooks are inventive, ingenious and talented at feeding their families and friends, Britain’s Best Home Cook sets out to find and test the most efficient – seeking dishes that remind us of home, meals that may be shared with loved ones and recipes which have been handed down through generations.
Every recipe has been thoroughly tested to be suitable for any standard of cooking ability, simplified where necessary and, if ingredients are extraordinary, alternatives have been suggested to make shopping easier. Tips are included right through to offer variations, such as how to make a recipe vegetarian or vegan, so any household can profit from the contestants’ hard work – but if you wish to find out who cooked which dish, you will have to watch the show!
With a foreword by the effervescent Claudia, Britain’s Best Home Cook Book contains over one hundred recipes in eight easy-to-digest chapters. Aiming to inspire you to get into the kitchen, there is a wealth of choice, from classic dishes such as Fish Pie or Lancashire Hotpot, to more modern meals such as Moroccan Lamb Burgers or Teriyaki Trout – and of course, there are desserts – we like the sound of the Mango and Raspberry Cake, but the the entire choices look and sound delicious.
Hardback, 288 pages.
Home cookery cookbook – inspired by the BBC TV programme ‘Britain’s Best Home Cook’
Over 100 simple, delicious recipes – with full colour photography
The official companion to the TV series – featuring recipes from the 10 contestants
Over 100 recipes in 8 easy-to-digest chapters – featuring classics such as Lancashire Hotpot
Hardback, 288 pages – classic dishes to modern meals, cakes and desserts