Item description for The Everything One-Pot Cookbook by Lisa Rogak & Lisa Angowski Rogak Shaw...
A new edition to the Everything Cookbook series-for people with good taste and little time.
What could be easier than cooking an entire meal using just one pot? This new book features hundreds of exciting recipes that are guaranteed crowd pleasers, with minimal mess. From appetizers to entrees and even desserts, these one-pot meals are quick, simple, and delicious.
One-pot cuisine is characterized by hearty, satisfying dishes that can be prepared using only one of a variety of conventional cooking techniques: a single baking pan, skillet, crock pot, or conventional stove-top pot. Your dinner moves directly from pot to plate, without adding side dishes to create a complete meal. This new kind of cooking is perfect for any level of home cook. And most important, it doesn't require any new kitchen equipment, and the ingredients can be found in any pantry.
Whether you are cooking for your family or for a larger crowd, you'll find recipes covering the full gamut:
Enticing casseroles Braised meats and vegetables Hearty stews Vegetarian entrees Pasta, rice, and grain meals Fish and shellfish Unique chicken and turkey dinners
And most important, the ingredients can be found in any good cook's pantry.
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Studio: Adams Media Corporation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 7.9" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.22 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 1999
Publisher Adams Media Corporation
ISBN 1580621864 ISBN13 9781580621861 UPC 045079201866
Availability 0 units.
More About Lisa Rogak & Lisa Angowski Rogak Shaw
LISA ROGAK is author of numerous books, most recently One Big Happy Family: Heartwarming Stories of Animals Caring for One Another. She lives in New Hampshire.
Lisa Rogak currently resides in Grafton, in the state of New Hampshire. Lisa Rogak was born in 1962.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Everything One-Pot Cookbook?
More than one pot Jun 5, 2008
Technically you don't just use one pot. The recipes are not that easy or common. This is not a book for beginners.
Not enough detail Aug 21, 2006
I returned this book as it did not give enough detail regarding time, nor did it give enough simple recipes. I am a new "slow cooker" & needed more help. There are much better books on the market.
Great Cookbook- easy, good food Sep 12, 2001
This is not about fancy cooking or exotic ingredients. For the most part, this book is full of one pot meals that you can make with very little effort. Every recipe I have tried has been easy to make with on hand ingredients.
I particularly liked the wide variety of recipes: casserole recipes, crock pot recipes, wok recipes, one pan/pot recipes etc.
I refer to this one many times when planning meals or looking for a last minute meal to prepare.
Great work night cookbook! Jul 4, 2000
I liked this cookbook so much I'm buying another for my sister. The book has easy, wholesome, one-pot meals perfect for working families.