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This recipe book was inspired by the writer's son who left for university with virtually no cooking ability. He did, however, like to eat! Key Features -Photo with every recipe -No weighing scales - minimum utensils needed - difficulty star rating - sample menus and shopping lists This recipe book was inspired by the writer's son who left for university with virtually no cooking ability. He did, however, like to eat! Key Features -Photo with every recipe -No weighing scales - minimum utensils needed - difficulty star rating - sample menus and shopping lists


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This recipe book was inspired by the writer's son who left for university with virtually no cooking ability. He did, however, like to eat! Key Features -Photo with every recipe -No weighing scales - minimum utensils needed - difficulty star rating - sample menus and shopping lists This recipe book was inspired by the writer's son who left for university with virtually no cooking ability. He did, however, like to eat! Key Features -Photo with every recipe -No weighing scales - minimum utensils needed - difficulty star rating - sample menus and shopping lists

30 review for Nosh for Students: A Fun Student Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Leighane

    This was helpful. Trying to find recipes you’d make with the basics in case we run out of food, coronavirus has me freaked

  2. 4 out of 5

    gem

    Tasty treats. Mince hot pie, corn fritters and the lemon chicken are my favourites from this one. A great starting point for learning the basics and then it’ll be easy to adapt the recipes to how you like them.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nai

    I'm not a student but I wanted a cookbook with meals that were quick and easy to make with non-fancy, everyday ingredients, without being too bog-standard (e.g. beans on toast). I got stuck in a rut making the same few meals over and over again, even though I had several cookbooks with hundreds of recipes in them. There's always that one technique or that one ingredient that holds me back. Or the recipes are too time consuming. Somehow I found this book and it is perfect! The Nosh student cookbook I'm not a student but I wanted a cookbook with meals that were quick and easy to make with non-fancy, everyday ingredients, without being too bog-standard (e.g. beans on toast). I got stuck in a rut making the same few meals over and over again, even though I had several cookbooks with hundreds of recipes in them. There's always that one technique or that one ingredient that holds me back. Or the recipes are too time consuming. Somehow I found this book and it is perfect! The Nosh student cookbook concept: meals that can be made quickly, cheaply, and easily and with very little equipment and a few common ingredients but ones which give the meal a lot of flavour (to make up for the fast cooking time, which can cause food to be bland). What makes this different from other student cookbooks? Well, I've looked at many and they're either the sort that just give you recipes like beans on toast and tuna and mayonnaise sandwiches or they're the sort that calls for a splash of madeira or a pinch of pink tibetan salt or something equally unlikely to be found in a student kitchen. This book sticks to the basics but is never bland or boring. It strikes a pefect balance between quick but healthy, easy but tasty; a recipe might call for tinned instead of fresh tomatos, for example, but there'll also be plenty of fresh ingredients. The recipes also make repeated use of many common store cupboard ingredients so you can build up a useful but small stock of items that you will keep using, not buy lots of things once for one recipe and find you don't use it for anything else. Another big plus for this book is that every recipe comes with a photo so you can see what you're aiming for and the ones I've cooked have all come out looking like they should. This is very helpful. The information included in the book about how to cook, kitchen management, etc. is superb. It's clear and reassuring. It's warm, friendly advice without being embarrassingly 'in wiv da kids' like some student books are. So far I've bought Nosh for Students, Nosh for Students 2, Vegetarian Nosh for Students, Nosh for Busy Mums and Dads (I'm not a parent but hey, I'm not a student either!), and Nosh Gluten-Free Baking (I'm a coeliac). I've also used recipes on their website. Every recipe I've looked at I feel like 'I can do that!' and I've enjoyed everything I've made (some meals have been the most delicious food I've ever tasted). Every recipe I've tried has been easy and I've been eating something different every day. It's fantastic!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Angus Davidson

    My auntie bought this for me when I became a student at The University of Plymouth. This book is full of meat based, vegetarian and vegan options. For beginners, it's excellent. I have cooked a lot of recipes in this book and I have learnt a lot. This book is great because it's easy to see how much a recipe will cost and how many people it will feed. This is a must have book for any student. As I have graduated and become vegan I no longer use this book. My auntie bought this for me when I became a student at The University of Plymouth. This book is full of meat based, vegetarian and vegan options. For beginners, it's excellent. I have cooked a lot of recipes in this book and I have learnt a lot. This book is great because it's easy to see how much a recipe will cost and how many people it will feed. This is a must have book for any student. As I have graduated and become vegan I no longer use this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mrs J

    Just so weird that it talks about 'mum' all the time The recipes are ok. The many many references to 'mum' are so weird - many students will have male parents or carers who cook. Many will have mums who don't. Care leavers or estranged students, or those who don't have mums for any reason... there's just no need to write a book that isn't inclusive about this. Just so weird that it talks about 'mum' all the time The recipes are ok. The many many references to 'mum' are so weird - many students will have male parents or carers who cook. Many will have mums who don't. Care leavers or estranged students, or those who don't have mums for any reason... there's just no need to write a book that isn't inclusive about this.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Akvile

    Great cooking book! Did all the main recipes except some desserts and sandwich fillings. Most recipes are very quick and easy to prepare, the ingredients are cheap and simple. The only down thing is that some recipes very way too greasy.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nickie

    Good for a budget. Loads of great recipes for those who are budget conscious, whether you're a student or not. Went ahead and bought the other books in series because this one was that good.... Good for a budget. Loads of great recipes for those who are budget conscious, whether you're a student or not. Went ahead and bought the other books in series because this one was that good....

  8. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    A present for my daughter who started University last year - she tells me it has been very useful with lots of good ideas in.

  9. 4 out of 5

    TheGirlWhoReads

    Like it because: Measurements are in mugs and spoons so you don't have to weigh and mug size is given so the trouble ensuing the variance in mug size is avoided (HUGE Relief) Recipes are easy (or look so from reading, have tried one only but I got it only yesterday :D) You also get recipes for dips, salads and salsas so you don't have to get them from the market (Makes me so happy) Lists, for grocery and utensils and all (MUCH NEEDED) and planned weekly menus Pictures! Yes, you can see what the Like it because: Measurements are in mugs and spoons so you don't have to weigh and mug size is given so the trouble ensuing the variance in mug size is avoided (HUGE Relief) Recipes are easy (or look so from reading, have tried one only but I got it only yesterday :D) You also get recipes for dips, salads and salsas so you don't have to get them from the market (Makes me so happy) Lists, for grocery and utensils and all (MUCH NEEDED) and planned weekly menus Pictures! Yes, you can see what the food is supposed to look like All the fancy terms are explained in non-chef lingo Not five star because: I am a little concerned if the recipes are all healthy. To be fair the book does make you add fruits and veggies etc in your weekly list so five-a-day are covered. However, quite a lot of recipes involved using processed foods such as sausages which makes me a bit concerned. Of course the part of student cooking is to be fuss free and for that you would need quick fixes like this but a word about the need to have a healthy and balanced diet would have helped.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Bought this for my daughter, got a second copy for me. I am a pretty hopeless cook but this makes some tasty meals really easy

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ashley John

  12. 4 out of 5

    Madeline Storey

  13. 5 out of 5

    daisy meow

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ben May

  15. 4 out of 5

    Belinda Jayne Stebbings

  16. 4 out of 5

    Toni McDermott

  17. 4 out of 5

    miranda.vero

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joe Benians

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brigitte Sprung

  20. 5 out of 5

    Artur

  21. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Spear

  22. 5 out of 5

    Evie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mr Simon Weatherup

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

  25. 5 out of 5

    Laura Parker

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jg

  27. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Louise

  28. 4 out of 5

    Iain S

  29. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Merriman

  30. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

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