The New Dutch Oven Cookbook: 101 Modern Recipes for your Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven, Cast Iron Skillet and Cast Iron Cookware (Compatible with Le (Paperback)

The New Dutch Oven Cookbook: 101 Modern Recipes for your Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven, Cast Iron Skillet and Cast Iron Cookware (Compatible with Le Cover Image
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Get the most out of your Lodge(R), Cuisinart(R), Le Creuset(R) (or other brand) Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven with this essential guide and cookbook from best-selling author & host Audrey Marsh. Perfect for first-time users or seasoned chefs


A dutch oven can do so much more than you think Why not take a shortcut and enjoy cooking with your dutch oven with the ease of a seasoned chef? We love cast iron dutch ovens so much we decided to write a book offering seasoned chef tips, tricks and workarounds that most people take months to learn through trial and error.

This book will teach you:

- How to use your enameled cast iron dutch oven (pot) to its fullest potential.

- What a dutch oven can do (and what it can't do).

- Pro tips, tricks and workarounds used by seasoned enameled cast iron pot users and chefs.

- How to make the most amazing one-pot dinners you've ever tasted.

Bonus information includes:

- Pro tips and workarounds to make cooking easy.

- Nutritional information for each recipe so you know what you're eating.

101 delicious recipes featuring:

- Soups

- Legumes

- International

- Seafood

- Poultry

- Meats

- Vegetables

- Desserts and Sweets




Product Details
ISBN: 9781949314397
ISBN-10: 1949314391
Publisher: Hhf Press
Publication Date: June 27th, 2020
Pages: 150
Language: English

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