Rachel Ama’s Vegan Eats
Tasty plant-based recipes for every day
A major new millennial talent, Rachel Ama's brilliantly quick, easy and affordable plant-based recipes will speak to fans of Jamie Oliver, BOSH! and Fearne Cotton.
'this book is filled with recipes that look so very, very good to eat.' NIGELLA LAWSON
'it's refreshing that Rachel Ama is, in many ways, just herself' RUBY TANDOH
OBSERVER RISING STAR OF FOOD, 2019Find brilliant plant-based dishes that make cooking and enjoying delicious vegan food every day genuinely easy - and fun - in Rachel Ama's Vegan Eats.
No bland or boring dishes, and forget all-day cooking. Rachel takes inspiration from naturally vegan dishes and cuisines as well as her Caribbean and West African roots to create great full-flavour recipes that are easy to make and will inspire you to make vegan food part of your daily life.
Rachel's recipes are quick and often one-pot; ingredients lists are short and supermarket-friendly; dishes can be prepped-ahead and, most importantly, she has included a song with each recipe so that you have a banging playlist to go alongside every plate of delicious food.
Cinnamon French toast with strawberries
Chickpea sweet potato falafel
Peanut rice and veg stir-fry
Carrot cake waffles with cashew frosting
So if you share Rachel's attitude that vegan food should fit into your life with ease and pleasure - whether you are a fully fledged vegan looking for new ideas, want to reduce your meat intake, make more environmentally friendly food choices, or just keen to eat more veg - Rachel's genius cookbook is for you.
Praise for Rachel Ama’s Vegan Eats
What’s not to like about Rachel Ama?Chris Evans
This book is filled with recipes that look so very, very good to eatNigella
These days, there seem to be more vegan food writers and influencers than you can shake a carrot stick at, yet Rachel stands out thanks to her relaxed, telegenic manner, her funky dance moves and her bold, inventive Afro-Caribbean flavours, which draw on her heritageSUNDAY TIMES
It’s refreshing that Rachel Ama is, in many ways, just herselfRuby Tandoh
A cracking debut cookbook, and a raft of recipes inspired by her rootsBA Highlife Magazine
It’s not just the food that’s appealing; the way it’s presented is equally joyfulGrazia Magazine