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Learn to Cook

CICO Books

Publisher: CICO Kidz

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Summary

Learn how to cook while making fantastic snacks, desserts, and meals.

With 35 comprehensive recipes and a helpful techniques section, Learn to Cook will teach kids how to prepare a variety of foods, from sandwiches and party snacks to simple dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – there's even a range of lip-smacking desserts! The book starts out with Snacks and Light Meals, where you and your child can make delicious pizza toasts and homemade buttermilk pancakes, as well as nutritious soups and salads. Then there are Proper Meals, such as the oven-baked herby burgers, a comforting pea and parmesan risotto, and even a roast chicken, which is sure to impress any guests. Get your fruit fix with the peach and mascarpone dessert or the raspberry affogato in the Desserts chapter. There are also quick and fun ideas in Party Food, such as chocolate-dipped strawberries and giant cheese straws. If that's not enough, make up your own exciting variations on the recipes – with such simple ideas, you can really get creative in the kitchen! Every dish has step-by-step artworks to guide you and your child, plus a skill level so you can start with quick and easy dishes and move on to more challenging recipes as you become more confident.
Available since: 01/10/2023.
Print length: 128 pages.

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