Whether you’re looking for a great gift for your mom, friend or simply want a new cookbook for yourself, my ultimate European Cookbooks roundup will help you make a right decision. Lots of delicious recipes here.
Best European Cookbooks You Will Be Happy To Have
Over the years of blogging, I acquired a big collection of cookbooks which I regularly use for inspiration. Some of them are good and some are simply amazing and I can’t wait to share with you a list of my favorite European cuisine books with the most delicious recipes.
One of the first European food books that I bought after becoming a blogger is A Kitchen in France: A Year of Cooking in My Farmhouse. I’ve already said many times that French cuisine is my favorite. This beautiful book has so many interesting stories, amazing photography and delicious recipes that I personally tried and some of them reproduced on the blog with my own twist.
Of course, this list will be incomplete without Jamie Oliver’s Great Britain. Here you’ll find many old traditional English recipes as well new recipes inspired by diverse English population. His classic English desserts are scrumptious and make a great accompaniment to an afternoon tea.
Everybody Eats Well In Belgium Cookbook I love this book because of its unique representation of Belgian cuisine. Instructions are clear and easy to follow and a lot of recipes require just a handful of pantry ingredients.
Cúrate: Authentic Spanish Food from an American Kitchen – authentic Spanish recipes with a modern twist. I’ve tried a few recipes from this book and everything came out delicious. Highly recommend if you want to familiarize yourself with famous Spanish cuisine.
Scandinavian Comfort Food: Embracing the Art of Hygge – this book offers quite a few insights on Hygge, Scandinavian lifestyle and of course ton of yummy comfort food recipes.
From Chicken Scarpariello to Veal Parmigiana, Carmine’s Family Style Cookbook features classic Italian recipes that are hearty, comforting and irresistibly delicious.
There’s a special place in my heart for Austrian cuisine and Culinary Austria has plenty of delicious recipes that remind me about hospitality of Austrian people and unique comforting recipes. From classic Cheese Spätzle to the famous Apple Strudel and Sacher Torte, this book has it all.
Another unique European cuisine that is anything like others. This Hungarian Cookbook has a huge collection of authentic Hungarian recipes that are sure to delight your taste buds.
And of course, I can’t miss the opportunity to suggest a classic Ukrainian and Eastern European cookbook. Mamushka: Recipes from Ukraine and Eastern Europe. This beautiful cookbook features over 100 of traditional recipes and photos. You’ll find many famous Ukrainian recipes that are comforting and easy to prepare and which are known even beyond Europe.
Did I miss anything? I’d love to hear your suggestions. What is your favorite cookbook on European cooking?