Cook Book Review : 5 ingredient one pot cookbook

I love one pot cooking and Louisiana is famous for its one pot wonders – think Gumbo, Red beans and jambalaya all done in one big pot. So get your pot out and get cooking Lisa

The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook offers the simplest solution to one pot cooking with easy, 5-ingredient recipes for your skillet, dutch oven, sheet pan, and more!

One pot recipes make cooking healthy, homemade dinners a lot easier—especially if you toss in the right ingredients. The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook uses a handful of fresh and flavorful ingredients to make easy dinners part of your day-to-day routine.

From waking up with a Tex-Mex Omelette to winding down your day with Chicken Cordon Bleu or a Ravioli and Spinach Bake for dinner, this cookbook offers low-effort, delicious dishes that need only one pot and 5 main ingredients to make. With most recipes requiring only 30 minutes or less to prepare, cook, and serve—and others that only take 20 minutes or less— the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbookgets you in and out of the kitchen in no time at all.

The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook includes:

  • One pot cooking 101 that provides shopping and storage tips, along with an overview of cooking techniques for every piece of cookware.
  • 120 easy recipes that are organized by cooking vessel and feature skillet, saucepan, Dutch oven, sheet pan, baking dish, roasting pan, and no-cook bowl recipes.
  • 5 main ingredients that keep shopping lists and kitchen prep quick and simple.

Life can be hectic. Luckily, dinner doesn’t have to be with the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook.

Net Galley Book Review :

This is a great cookbook with easy to follow recipes and colorful pictures. With recipes that will get you cooking healthy in the New Year in a simple and healthy way for a busy household.The cookbook is broken down by shopping list and cooking vessel making it easy to plan ahead for a healthy meal for your family. Making this Cook book one that will be reached for in your kitchen many times. ( If you have Kindle Unlimited you can borrow for Free and give it a try) Lisa

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