Nigella Collection: a vibrant new look for Nigella’s classic cookery books.
‘This book is borne out of my long love affair with Italy – one that started as a heady teen romance and has weathered the ensuing years intact.’
Nigellissima is a celebration of fresh, tasty and unpretentious cooking, inspired by Nigella’s experiences of living, working and learning to cook in Italy.
In 120 quick and easy recipes, Nigella shows you why Italian food has conquered the world, from sunny pasta dishes to rich lasagne and meats, with indulgent ice cream, cakes and puddings and perfect party food.
With warm and witty food writing, mouthwatering photography and a beautiful hardback design, this is a book you will treasure for many years as well as a delicious gift for friends and family.
Pasta – delicious new twists on spaghetti, risotto, lasagne and other favourites
Flesh, fish and fowl – easy meat dishes, chicken recipes and succulent fish
Vegetables and sides – tempting vegetable dishes, salads and potato recipes for any occasion
Sweet things – panna cotta, ice cream and gorgeous Italian baking
An Italian-inspired Christmas – roast turkey, puddings and all the trimmings... Christmas dinner with a Mediterranean twist
Customer ReviewsSee All
I bought this book because the 'app' that goes with it had some super tasty, and easy recipes. Also, in the 'app' I could email the shopping list for various recipes to my iPhone to buy the ingredients.
On purchasing the book, this option isn't available so when needing to buy ingredients for a particular recipe I have to take screenshots.
Whilst I love the simplicity of the recipes, and the quickness they can be achieved, the lack of being able to access the 'shopping list' is very annoying.
The bookmarks are easy to access, but the highlighted notes aren't really easy to do.
I've bought hundreds of Cook books in the iBooks store, and whilst this book has the easiest, and tastiest recipes to follow, the lack of the ability to mail or message them is spoiling my enjoyment of the book.
It's not a cheap book, and I don't see why my only message/email options are to promote the book instead of accessing the recipes and ingredients via a 'shopping list'!