Amazon.in:Customer reviews: 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes of All Time: A Slow Cooking Cookbook with Over 1001 Recipes Book for Healthy Electric Pressure Instant Pot Crock Pot Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Meals
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Absolute rubbish. When I received the book I was very disappointed to read the back cover of the book stating that " If I was new to the world of pressure cooking this is the book for you". That is not what I was looking for in a slow cooker book. If you are like me and you want food to cook slowly over a long period of time well I think you could be as disappointed as me with this book. I has recipes only . Ingredients given and the only instruction at the end of every recipe I looked at were combine all ingredients in slow cooker and cook on level what ever for what ever time that recipe required. In some recipes you may be asked to mix the ingredients and that is it. The book did not inspire me to cook and it was just a waste of money. Another quote from the back cover " you will also find loads of great information about the many benefits of using a pressure cooker. I did not find loads of information in the book about pressure cooking and as I already said I am not looking for pressure cooker recipes. I recommend you give this book a miss and keep searching for a better book.
Awful awful book... I brought this book looking for inspiration for slow cooker recipies ...if you too are looking for something similar to me do not buy this book! There are about 100 meatloaf recipies and many are repeated 10 times just changing an ingredient or two. Roast chicken for example has at least10 varients..worst cookbook ever seen
There are a lot of recipes, so if that's all you want you're settled. But it's clear this did not start as a book, it feels rushed in production and lacking in detail when you read it. I have far to many cookbooks- what can i say, it's a problem;) But this one I could live without, I would get more information from Google.