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  • Published: 28 December 2023
  • ISBN: 9781529918540
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 192
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The Everyday Air Fryer Cookbook

Easy Meals for 1, 2 and more!




100 simple and suprising dishes for every occasion

'I never thought I’d be an air fryer fan but Beverley Jarvis got me hooked.' - Prue Leith

Whether you're cooking for yourself, your partner or your family, an air fryer is the perfect kitchen appliance to whip up quick, easy and delicious meals. Packed with dozens of simple, yet satisfying dishes, The Everyday Air Fryer Cookbook can take you from amateur to afficionado in no time at all.

Master the basics of air-frying with quick and easy recipes for Speedy Roasties, Garlic and Herb Ciabatta, Baked Potatoes, Marinated Lamb Chops and Chicken Breasts.

Then, turn your hand to crowd-pleasing favourites such as Roast Chicken with Lemon and Rosemary, comforting Salmon and Cod Fishcakes, delicious Roast Rack of Lamb with Roast New Potatoes, wonderfully crispy Scotch Eggs and the perfect Hasselback Potatoes.

And indulge in air-fried desserts and sweet treats such as the ultimate Cheese Scones, meltingly beautiful Chocolate Fondants, teatime favourite Banana Bread, comforting Apple, Pear and Raspberry Crumble and simple Speedy Carrot Cake Muffins.

With recipes for every mood and occasion, this is the perfect introduction to the amazing versatility of the humble air fryer.

  • Published: 28 December 2023
  • ISBN: 9781529918540
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 192
Categories:

About the author

Beverley Jarvis

Beverley Jarvis has worked as a home economist and cookery writer for more than 50 years. She has written more than 23 cookbooks, including the first microwave cookbook available on the general market. She presented a six-week microwave cooking programme on Pebble Mill at One for the BBC and has appeared on TV and radio many times. Beverley also writes a regular healthy eating column for Third Age Matters magazine and hosts cookery demonstrations at her home in Kent.