Keeping it Simple: Easy Weeknight One-pot Recipes (Paperback)Yasmin Fahr (author)
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Named a Best New Cookbook of Spring 2020 by The New York Times, Forbes and Esquire UK.
After a long day at work, heading home to cook a fussy, complicated meal is the last thing anyone wants to do.
Keeping it Simple is the ultimate collection to have on hand for these moments. Featuring over 60 quick and easy, drool-worthy one-pot dinners you can whip up in the time in takes to have a glass of wine (or two, let's be honest), Yasmin Fahr has got you covered.
Inspired by her column for Serious Eats, One-Pot Wonders, Yasmin sets out to arm readers with sneaky gems and low-key showstoppers that work every time, and a promise that they will learn at least one new move (if not a good few) to up their skills in the kitchen. The ultimate goal is to get dinner on the table quickly, but also to create something truly delicious as a weeknight reward. Why order a takeaway when you can throw together Miso-Ghee Chicken with Roasted Radishes or Rigatoni and Broccoli with Crispy Prosciutto in 20 minutes? And when you can cook it all in one pot, clean-up is a breeze.
Featuring humorous and relatable anecdotes and musings on cooking and life, in Yasmin's witty and energetic style, Keeping it Simple is the book you'll keep coming back to night after night for inspiration both in the kitchen and out. It's a collection that will remind you why you love to cook in the first place.
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books (UK)
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 610 g
Dimensions: 230 x 190 mm
Yasmin Fahr's Serious Eats column, One-Pot Wonders, probably saved many home cooks from post-work dinnertime despair. And now that all her easy recipes have been consolidated into one book, I suspect that it's once again redeeming the kitchen-fatigued. * Forbes *
Her recipe for 30-minute green chicken chili is a perfect example of her love for food that is flavourful and interesting while also being easy to make. * The Globe and Mail *
...packed with ideas and tips for weeknight dinners that don't require a ton of effort. * Austin Statesman *
The meal was as beautiful and delicious as one in a high-end restaurant. Clean-up was as easy as promised. * Atlanta Journal Constitution *
And then there was the Miso-Ghee Chicken, which was truly magical... if you're cooking for one or two, and you want to eat something that tastes like real food-that is, something that tastes like it required a lot more effort to make than it actually did-this is an excellent book to keep in your repertoire. * The Takeout *
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