Recipe Shorts It is a book created by the chef Andrea Stewart; Unlike conventional cookbooks, this one is characterized by having a series of recipes with only… 140 characters!
It is designed especially for those people who are not used to cooking, helping them to enter the world of gastronomy without having a recipe book.
You will be able to find a great variety of recipes that go from wonderful entrees, salads, soups, simple entrees and even desserts. Each of them takes advantage of seasonal and easily available ingredients.
Entre ellas destacan: “br. sugar bacon”, “eggnhole”, “pretty in pink smoothie”, “croissant perdu”, “green beans gremolata”, “figgy piggy”, “breakfast tartine” y “meatball pho”.
Imagine a good helping of noodles, a wonderful background and warm accompanied by meat balls, spinach and onion.
The idea of making recipes that were only the length of a tweet came about in 2009 after the chef met one of her friends one night over cocktails and wondered how much fun it would be to create a compendium featuring delicious and delicious dishes. easy to prepare with few words.
Recipe Shorts Abbreviations
The cookbook includes a glossary with signs and short characters so that whoever reads it can prepare food without any problem.
Interpreting them may seem complicated at first; however, it is easier than it looks.
Some examples are:
mozz = mozzarella
pc = pieces
pots = potatoes
van = vanilla essence
buttr = butter
Who is Andrea Stewart?
She is an outstanding chef who has worked in countries such as Toronto and New York. She is the author of Market to Table, a compilation that brings together tips, recipes, 20-minute dinners and even event planning.
He currently runs his own consultancy called Ingredientes Matter, where he works with food companies, restaurants and hotels.
Gallery: What you should know about a very Mexican dish, pozole (Es Barrio)