Best SW Cookbook??

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  1. herewego

    herewego Gold Member

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    Hi All,

    I've been looking at the SW cookbooks on their website (I'm an online member) and would like to buy 1 or 2. Which ones do you recommend? :)

    Thanks!
     
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    Surzy Fat Fund-raising Fanatic

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    My favourite is Saucy Secrets ... it's all sauces - so very versatile. You can mix and match recipes - use the sauces for different things.

    I've found a lot of the other books just repeat the same recipes over and over!
     
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    i love the extra easy cookbook, its got the meatballs and linguini on the front of it i think, the recipes r very simple and i loved them :)
     
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    Thank you ladies!! I have ordered both books - am looking forward to trying them out :)
     
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    I've got 4 of thecookbooks now. The most useful ones have been the extra easy and curry heaven. One pot wonders was pretty useless and family feasts for a fiver is okay.

    I find alot of good recipes in the mags
     
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    I have most of the SW books and I must say the best one I have bought was from Amazon. It is called "World of flavours" and has recipes from France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Morocco, India, china, thailand and north America, it is fab. I have cooked so much from it, it is a large hardback book and there are 120 recipes.

    Just last night I made tapas for friends and used 3 of the recipes, delicious :D

    Really good selection of different things including, starters, mains, desserts etc and it gives Syn values for red, green and EE.
     
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    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

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    Curry heaven and extra easy are really good.
     
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    Thanks! I have an old(er) SW curry book (can't remember what it's called) and I use that quite a bit. I also use Indian food made easy (Amjun Anand) and tweak the recipes to be SW friendly and her recipes are excellent!
     
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