This book is packed with 50 quick, simple, thrifty and utterly delicious recipes for people who love good food but don't have time to spend hours shopping, preparing ingredients and cooking meals.
Opening with an introduction to the art of minimalist cooking, Joanna Farrow explains the basics of making fabulous, fuss-free food with the fewest possible ingredients. She guides the reader through essential store-cupboard stand-bys and offers advice on choosing, preparing and cooking foods of all kinds in order to achieve maximum flavour with minimum time and effort.
The recipes are divided into six easy-to-use chapters, with dishes for every occasion, from snacks and appetizers, to light and main meals, side dishes and drinks and desserts.
Whatever you're looking for, you are sure to find the perfect four-ingredient recipe in this book and there are stunning photographs of every finished dish, with easy-to-follow illustrated step-by-step instruction to ensure perfect results every time.
About the Author
Joanna Farrow worked as a food writer on women's magazines for several years until her first child was born. Since then, she has worked full time as a journalist, author and food expert, contributing articles to various magazines and writing a selection of cookbooks on subjects ranging from fish and shellfish to children's cookery, cakes and chocolate. She has a particular interest in sweet and decorative desserts and her extensive experience in cooking techniques from around the world ensures that her recipes are as beautifully presented as they are delicious.
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 1st May 2010
Dimensions (cm): 28.2 x 21.1 x 0.5