Toaster Oven Takeover: Easy and Delicious Recipes to Make in Your Toaster Oven by Roxanne Wyss; Kathy Moore
.PDF, 192 pages
Expected publication: February 3rd 2021 by Tiller Press
About the Book:
Enjoy delicious, freshly cooked meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven. You may think the toaster oven is just a tool for making a simple grilled cheese sandwich, but now it can do so much more! While your standard oven is great for big meals, it may be too large when you’re just cooking for one or two people or when you are in too much of a rush to wait for your full-size oven to pre-heat. That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-saving appliances in the kitchen, the toaster oven can do everything a standard oven can do but is faster, easier to clean, and more energy-efficient. Now, you can make delicious meals like breakfast burritos, stromboli, sweet chili glazed wings, sheet pan fish with olives and capers, or even German chocolate cake right in your toaster oven. Perfect for cooks of every skill level, Toaster Oven Takeover is chock-full of recipe tips as well as toaster oven basics, including recommendations for the best types of baking dishes or whether to use parchment paper or aluminum foil. These quick and easy recipes will make this book your go-to for delicious perfectly cooked meals that can be made in no time!
This cookbook is great. So far all the recipes have turned out really well, were easy to make and clean up after. The toaster oven experience is new to me, I just got one last January and have only used it for toast and heating items up, so I can use all the help I can get. I loved the little tips and suggestions in the book too and I even used some of those tips to prepare items that were not listed as recipes.
Freezer to Oven Chocolate Chip Cookies (I added walnuts)
Family Favourite Pizza
Bacon Wrapped Tuscan Pork Tenderloin
All in all, a handy little book, and a good resource. Now I need a cookbook for convection cooking since my toaster oven has a nice convection feature, and this book didn't go into that. My only other niggle is that there are no colour photographs and not every recipe has a photo. That would have helped tremendously.
Thank you NetGalley, Roxanne Wyss, Kathy Moore and Tiller Press for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.
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