I’m delighted to share my new e-cookbook, EVERYDAY TRAYBAKES, now available for instant download. The book consists of 18 traybake recipes, each one with the aim to spark fresh inspiration with new ideas and interesting flavour combinations. With flavours from Asia to the Middle East and Mediterranean, while firmly remaining within the realm of easy cooking, the book is proof that delicious, wholesome meals do not need hours of prep or loads of washing up.
After the wonderful response to DRUNK and HUNGRY that I published last year, I set myself the goal of writing, shooting and designing the next e-cookbook if there was going to be one, and here it is. I do hope you will enjoy cooking from it!
To me, traybakes exemplify the art of easy, everyday cooking. Minimal preparation yet easily adaptable to your own taste and a lot less washing up (bonus!). The recipes range from unpretentious weeknight family dinners or spur of the moment entertaining, easy breakfasts for a crowd and modern ideas with vegetables. No heinstirred book will be complete without a sweet ending and there are 4 sweet recipes that require no special baking talent, in fact the chocolate pudding is mixed in the dish you will bake it in.
Recipes range from Thai Green Curry Spatchcock Chicken, Masala Omelette, Sheet Pan Prawn Chow Mein, Roasted Cauliflower with Pesto and Pumpkin Seeds, Salmon and Leek Traybake, Roasted Tomato and Meatball Zucchini Pasta, Sichuan Spiced Chicken and Potatoes, Vanilla Milk Soak Cake and Rocky Road Squares.
As mentioned, Everyday Traybakes is a follow up to my first e-cookbook DRUNK and HUNGRY, consisting of 15 flavour packed, easy and quick recipes for those times when you’ve had a few drinks and need proper food. DRUNK & HUNGRY is a 2021 Gourmand Cookbook Award winner in the Digital Book category and I am eagerly waiting to see how it fares next month in Paris at the final awards event.
I hope you enjoy cooking from EVERYDAY TRAYBAKES . If you’ve made any recipes, share it with me by tagging @heinstirred on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #heinstirred. It is always a treat to see the recipes made and enjoy.