Niam! Cooking with Kids: Inspired by the Mamaqtuq Nanook Cooking Club
Niam: Cooking with Kids boasts great recipes that can be a little sticky in the making but turn out yummilicious. The recipes produce about twice what a normal recipe would, which makes this book perfect for a cooking club or class. Its recipes work well for many different skill levels, but some of the more difficult ones may need adult help. I made the pizza recipe and the no-bake surprise cookies recipe. Both of them were hard to shape and took more effort than I expected. The cookies had a remarkable taste and turned out well, but they were hard to shape. The pizza came out delicious but needed more flour than the recipe said. The pizza sauce was excellent, much better than store-bought, because of its combination of chunky and creaminess. Overall, the instructions were a bit too basic. It would have been better if they had pictures of each step and/or more description of each step. I would recommend this book for clubs and families where parents like to cook together with their kids.
|Page Count||60 pages|
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