Tina Nordström's Recipes for Young Cooks

Tina Nordström's Recipes for Young Cooks

Kid-Friendly Tips and Tricks to Cook Like a Master Chef

Tina Nordström


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Lobster gratin, pulled pork, Nutella mousse. These dishes may sound complicated to make, but in Tina Nordström’s Recipes for Young Cooks, Tina makes it so easy that even a child can cook like a professional chef. Tina introduces aspiring young cooks to the culinary world by offering delicious, easy-to-follow recipes and cooking guidelines for preparing simple food that tastes great.

In Tina Nordström's Recipes for Young Cooks, children and their parents will learn how to prepare delicious meals that will astound friends and family with the help of celebrity chef Tina Nordström. Tina's tried-and-true cooking tips and recipe advice will have chef hopefuls chopping onions and mixing dressings as if they’ve never done anything else. Recipes in this valuable guide include:

• Spaghetti with Bolognese sauce
• Stuffed pork tenderloin
• Sausage stroganoff
• Rocky road ice cream cake
• Crème brûlée
• Baked apples with cinnamon sugar filling


Tina Nordström:
Tina Nordström became Sweden’s first female celebrity chef in 2001 after qualifying as a finalist in the prestigious Swedish Chef of the Year competition. She won the silver medal at the Culinary Olympics with her delicious recipes and free-spirited approach to cooking. She is a food columnist for the Swedish magazine Gourmet, and the author of several cookbooks, including Tina Nordström’s Scandanavian Cooking. She resides in Helsingborg, Sweden.