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December 10, 2014

One Pot

A review by Abi

Using just one pan, you can stew, steam saute', simmer, braise, or roast your way to a fuss-free meal.

This selection of recipes provides easy to prepare, tasty, nutritious meals—all in one pot—whether it be a slow cooker, a baking pan, roaster, or one of the many things included in this book. Yes, the book even explains what each type of cooking utensil is and what it should be used for. To top it off, you don't make a huge mess while preparing these recipes.

Think of the dishes you won’t have to wash! That alone is a reason to purchase this book. But ultimately, it’s the delicious meals that use simple ingredients to fill your family’s belly.

I especially liked the recipe for Roasted Tilefish with Potatoes and Capers on page 160 (I omitted the capers because I was too lazy to go out and buy some.) However, the dish was delish! My whole family raved about how great it was. I pretended I slaved over it, but in all honesty, it was simple. From the first bite, the burst of flavors made everyone happy.

For any lazy busy cook, this is a perfect book.

Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Page Count: 256
Purchase Link: Amazon

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