Ultra Easy Dinners: 100+ Meals in 15 Minutes or Less (Hardcover)

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Create nutritious, cost-effective meals all bursting with flavor with 15-minute recipes in Ultra Easy Dinners.

For the busy home cook, sometimes it’s hard to get a meal on the table when life gets hectic. Whether you’re on the go and don’t have time to spend in the kitchen or have a busy weeknight with family, these simple, healthy meals make eating well easy. Even better, they’re all ready in 15 minutes! Shortcut dinner recipes for Barbecue Pork Chops, Beef Stroganoff, Wonton Soup, Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato & Basil Gnocchi, and Korean Beef Tacos are all jam-packed with flavor and are sure to satisfy all palates. With fewer ingredients and foolproof recipes, cooking for family or entertaining for friends is effortless. This cookbook features: 

- 52 wholesome meals that are ready in a flash
- Low-effort recipes for tasty dinners, plus substitutes and variations to suit all tastes
- Affordable ingredients that limit your grocery bill and your time in the kitchen

Make mealtimes manageable all week long as you whip up these convenient and mouthwatering dishes. When you only have 15 minutes to get a meal on the table, Ultra Easy Dinners has you covered with meals worth coming home to.

About the Author


The Coastal Kitchen believes that food is the easiest way to create the connection and meaning we all need in our lives. To help build this foundation, our editors work to bring the very best recipes, techniques, and ideas from the culinary world into your home, creating books that emphasize quality, accessibility, and simplicity, and make it a bit easier to infuse your life with balance, joy, and beauty.

 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781646432943
ISBN-10: 1646432940
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
Publication Date: November 15th, 2022
Pages: 240
Language: English

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