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  • ISBN 0701181842
  • ISBN13 978-0701181840
  • Language English
  • Author Nigella Lawson
  • Publisher Hyperion; 1st Printing edition (2007)
  • Pages 400
  • Formats rtf mbr lit docx
  • Category Cooking
  • Subcategory Quick and Easy
  • Size ePub 1126 kb
  • Size Fb2 1456 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 680

The Domestic Goddess is back, and this time it's instant. Nigella and her style of cooking have earned a special place in our lives, symbolizing all that is best, most pleasurable, most hands-on, and least fussy about good food. But that doesn't mean she wants us to spend hours in the kitchen, slaving over a hot stove.

Featuring fabulous fast foods, ingenious shortcuts, terrific time-saving ideas, effortless entertaining tips, and simple, scrumptious meals, Nigella Express is her solution to eating well when time is short. Here are mouthwatering meals, quick to prepare and easy to follow, that you can conjure up after a day in the office or on a busy weekend, for family or unexpected guests. This is food you can make as you hit the kitchen running, with vital advice on how to keep your pantry stocked, and your freezer and fridge stacked. When time is precious, you cant spend hours shopping, so you need to make life easier by being prepared. Not that these recipes are basic, though they are always simple, but it's important to make every ingredient earn its place, minimizing effort by maximizing taste.

Here too is great food that can be prepared quickly but cooked slowly in the oven, leaving you time to have a bath, a drink, talk to friends, or help the children with their homework, minimum stress for maximum enjoyment.

Nigella Express features a new generation of fast food, never basic, never dull, always doable, quick, and delicious.

Featuring recipes seen on Food Networks Nigella Express series.

Praise for Nigella Lawson and her cookbooks:


but only relative to the amount of the time and complexity typically involved in Nigella's recipes, which is substantial.

but only relative to the amount of the time and complexity typically involved in Nigella's recipes, which is substantial. So here's the breakdown: Pros: - A lot of delicious recipes here, representing a variety a palattes.

Nigella Express is her solution to eating well when time is short. Featuring fabulous fast foods, ingenious short cuts, terrific time-saving ideas, effortless entertaining and simple, scrumptious meals, Nigella Express is her solution to eating well when time is short. Here are mouthwatering recipes, quick to prepare, easy to follow, that you can conjure up after a long day in the office or on a busy weekend, for family or unexpected guests. This is food you can make as you hit the kitchen running, with vital tips on how to keep your store cupboard stocked, freezer and fridge stacked

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The cookbook is all of the delicious foods Nigella is known for but the emphasis is on fast really fast! This is for everyone who loves good food, but just doesn't have time or patience at the end of the day for a long, drawn-out cooking session. The reigning ladies of the Food Network are the Barefoot Contessa, Paula Deen, Rachael Ray, and Giada. Now here comes Nigella as their new star and with a book that will be huge. More than 130 recipes.

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Nigella Express: 130 Recipes for Good Food, Fast. The Domestic Goddess is back, and this time it's instant. Nigella and her style of cooking have earned a special place in our lives, symbolizing all that is best, most pleasurable, most hands-on, and least fussy about good food. But that doesn't mean she wants us to spend hours in the kitchen, slaving over a hot stove.

Nigella Lucy Lawson (born 6 January 1960) is an English food writer and cooking show host

Nigella Lucy Lawson (born 6 January 1960) is an English food writer and cooking show host. She is the daughter of Nigel Lawson, a former Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Vanessa (née Salmon) Lawson, whose family owned the J. Lyons and Co. food and catering business. She attended Godolphin and Latymer School, London

Fast food doesn’t have to mean bad food as Nigella shows in her delightful book, Nigella Express Good Food Fast. Most busy mums have little time to devote to cooking, so having a cookbook that not only offers quick dishes but nutritious and tasty ones, is a welcome life saver.

Fast food doesn’t have to mean bad food as Nigella shows in her delightful book, Nigella Express Good Food Fast. So to help mums out, Nigella has kept the ingredient lists short and makes a point of reusing items throughout the book so nothing goes to waste.

130 recipes for good food, fast"-Dust jacket. As seen on Food Network"-Dust jacket. Presents a collection of over a hundred fast recipes, including Asian-flavored chowder and no-worries chocolate mousse, accompanied by time-saving tips, recommendations for stocking a kitchen, and culinary strategies.

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Xwnaydan
It's funny that so many people mention the mustard pork chops as that is the first dish from this book that I made Delicious, with the gnocchi. Also made a quick arugula salad--you can't go wrong! I actually purchased this cookbook after buying "Nigellissima" - which I love so so so so much. I see fewer recipes here which I would make straight as she suggests, but there are good ideas for quick meals. Hers are the first cookbooks where I don't hold my breath in trepidation. They are so darn clear to follow. I lovehow she doesnt just say cook the meat for five minutes but also what it should look like so you know if you should go a litltle longer or less--she does this in so many recipes and its so helpful to a less experienced cook (especially one like me who has shied away from meat in the past). Everything has been beyond delicious and often beautiful to look at and healthful. I would say that where she suggests a splurge ingredient, splurge, It is probably something, like a nice dry marsala, that will pop up again and again in her recipes and won't go to waste. Most of the ingredients are simple/easy to come by--which I love. Also, I love that many ingredients repeat from recipe to recipe.. This is GENIUS. As I move through her recipes we are eating different dishes with different flavors, but getting the most out of the tub of ricotta or carton of heavy cream I buy as it pops up again in a different recipe. last, I love her permission (and suggestions for subsitutions and accompaniments). Best cookbooks EVER. Thank you Nigella--I'm loving it!
Tyler Is Not Here
The recipes in this book are fast and easy... but only relative to the amount of the time and complexity typically involved in Nigella's recipes, which is substantial. So here's the breakdown:

Pros:
- A lot of delicious recipes here, representing a variety a palattes. My favorite section was the "Retro Rapido" where old-school recipes (like avocado & crayfish salad and chef's salad) are Nigella-fied.
- The desserts in particular were relatively easy and spectacular. If you want to make a big "WOW!" at the conclusion of a meal without driving yourself crazy, you'll find plenty of options.
- Nigella, as always, is a beautiful writer. I can pretty much sit down on the couch with any of her cookbooks and read them like novella, even if I don't try all the recipes. This book is no exception.

Cons:
- There were quite a few recipes that Nigella prefaces with "The ingredient list looks long but..." Sure, once you have everything bought and prepped it's easy to put these dishes together, but an extensive shopping list and a lot of prep work is pretty much the antithesis of express.
- A lot of the ingredients are obscure; this is very typical for Nigella, though. Even if you live in a big city with lots of specialty grocers (like New York or London) that's still a lot of time out of your day to hunt some of these things down or order them online and wait for them to be shipped. Again, that's not express.
- The introduction said that a lot of pantry ingredients would be repeated through out the book, but a lot of them weren't. That makes finding the specialty ingredients make even less sense, especially if you have limited pantry space.
Yahm
Nigella writes like she speaks on her cooking shows - like you’re a friend in her kitchen. First time I read a cookbook for pleasure. ????
Malodor
This was a gift for my SIL this Christmas. It arrived quickly, packaged efficiently. Upon opening it was in absolute like new condition, despite purchasing it second-hand as "used". She loved the book and plans to cook many of the recipes soon. Based on her reaction upon opening, I'd give this ten stars if I could. She adores it!
Broadcaster
Love these recipes
Shakagul
I couldn't wait. I was in London right after Nigella Lawson's newest cookbook was published, so I bought my copy immediately. The only real difference between the UK and American edition, I'm sure, is the measurements (grams versus ounces, etc.) so you get the benefit of the fact I've been cooking from this book for the last several weeks.

This new cookbook, which accompanies Nigella's new series on the FoodTV network (at a really dreadful, inconvenient hour on Sunday), follows in the now-popular "make a decent sit-down dinner in half an hour" theme. Unlike Rachel Ray (to whom I have no objections, but also no particular tropism), Nigella's idea of "in half an hour" is not necessarily in consecutive minutes. That is, if something takes a short time in the kitchen, but bakes for an hour, it's fair game. That works just fine for me -- I telecommute full time, so slow-cooked fast food is compatible with my lifestyle -- but those who rush to the store on the way home from the office and still have a desire to get dinner on the table by 7pm may sometimes be a teensy bit disappointed.

That might, however, be the only real disappointment in this rather exhaustive set of recipes. Because, based on the handful of things I've cooked from this book so far (and a careful reading of the rest of the book), these are just darned good meals. They aren't the special dishes she included in Feast: Food to Celebrate Life -- for holidays when spending all afternoon in the kitchen is part of the pleasure of the meal -- and they take a lot of shortcuts that Nigella admits freely *are* shortcuts. But they're far better than a takeaway meal, and it's good food, fast. (Duh.)

Everything is organized in meals or moods rather than subjects. That is, there's no chapter for appetizers, another for desserts, etc. It works well given the theme of the book -- who has time to construct a whole menu during the week? -- and also because she can tell you that, while the meat is underway, turn your attention to the vegetables. So "quick food slow" collects recipes that can be prepared ahead to save time later; "instant calmer" offers super-fast soul food; "get up and go" is for breakfast at breakneck speed.

So far, as I said, I've made a few things. Orange French toast is pretty simple -- your basic French toast, but with a syrup made with orange marmalade and juice -- but made a special brunch for visiting family. Her prawn and mango curry uses stuff that I mostly have in the house, such as frozen shrimp, a can of coconut milk, cilantro and bottled red curry paste. With some mango, lime juice, and butternut and sweet potato cubes (apparently available in pre-made packets in the UK, though I've never seen such things here)... in about half an hour we had a great dinner. Truly excellent. Her "sausages with sauerkraut" is a much simplified choucroute garnie and... well, that one was okay. It might have been excellent if I had made the trip to the German grocery for better sausages... or maybe some things shouldn't be simplified *too* much.

There's plenty more here to try: chicken in Riesling (looks like under an hour to the table, with half that in chicken-simmer time), Swedish salmon (with dill and mustard, served with a cucumber salad and potato salad). She has lots of quickly-prepared desserts too, but since I generally shy away from refined sugar I don't pay that much attention to them; nothing personal, Nigella.

Great cookbook. Recommended.