Item description for The Ultimate Cooking With 4 Ingredients by Jean Coates...
No time to cook? Fast and easy 4-ingredient recipes make family meals and entertaining a breeze. More than 800 easy recipes help you serve up delicious food every time - with just 4 ingredients in each recipe. Includes simple appetizers, main dishes, salads, unique desserts and much more. Great for tight budgets, too! Don't miss the Lemonade Chicken, Tropical Mango Salad, Chocolate Amaretto Pie, Sweet and Savory Pork Chops, Butterscotch Crunchies and more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6.6" Height: 1.2" Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Binding Ring Bound
Release Date Nov 1, 2002
Publisher Cookbook Resources(TX)
ISBN 1931294364 ISBN13 9781931294362
Availability 0 units.
More About Jean Coates
Jean Coates currently resides in Bonham Bohnam Bohnam Highland, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Ultimate Cooking With 4 Ingredients?
Collage student Nov 7, 2006
This has been a great help for my grandson, a student with little time and money.
Great cookbook Oct 3, 2003
In "The Ultimate Cooking with 4 Ingredients" author Jean Coates treats the reader to a plethora of simple, yet tasty, recipes. This is a particularly great cookbook for those with little cooking experience or for someone who wants to put together a balanced, healthy, home cooked meal without a lot of fuss. The instructions for preparation of each dish could not be easier. If you are used to the books with three or four paragraphs of preparation instructions you will be pleasantly surprised to find that these recipes can all be completed with only three to four simple steps.
I tried a few recipes and found that among my favorites were Potatoes Supreme, Hawaiian Pork, and Cola Chicken. Based on the ingredients list the Cola Chicken sounded so unlikely to taste good that I just had to try it and it turned out great. I also liked the way that Coates broke down the main dishes into the categories of chicken, beef, pork, and seafood instead of lumping them all together under the "Main Dishes" category like most cookbooks do.
The recipes often take advantage of mixes like a box cake mix or stuffing mix in order to keep the ingredients list down to four. But for the new cook or one who does not have a lot of time or want a lot of fuss making dinner it meets all the important requirements - quick and easy to prepare, goof-proof, minimal cleanup, and tasty. This is a highly recommended read and especially so for the novice cook or the hurried family cook or the college bound student.