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Simple and flavorful 5-ingredient meals―tailor-made for your table of two
Small-batch cooking is a great way to save time and reduce waste―and with just a few ingredients, you can truly let the natural flavors of your dishes shine. 5-Ingredient Cooking for Two simplifies small-batch cooking to its core, highlighting wholesome, healthy recipes requiring only 5 everyday ingredients―perfectly portioned for any twosome.
5-Ingredient Cooking for Two gives you a rundown of streamlining your dishes with budget-savvy shopping lists and step-by-steps on meal planning. You’ll find 100 deliciously easy two-person meals, from Breakfast Quesadillas to Blueberry Clafoutis, as well as 10 effortless cooking techniques designed to elevate each flavorful dish―and please more than just two palates.
5-Ingredient Cooking for Two includes:
- Top it off―Whether you’re cooking for company or whipping up a romantic meal, transform your dishes with special finishing touches like vibrant garnishes, tasty variations, and pairing tips.
- In a pinch―Short on time? Cooking for two is even quicker with recipes for 30-minute meals, one pan or one pot, freezer-friendly foods you can make ahead, and more.
- Trick or two―Cut down your cook times and costs while cooking for two with a look at the essential tools and ingredients, as well as help with making your own spice blends, buying in bulk, and minimizing food waste.
Scale down your plates without sacrificing taste with 5-Ingredient Cooking for Two.
From the Publisher
Try cooking for two–all you need is 5-ingredients:
Meal map for two
Planning meals for a week or even a month can help you save a ton of time and effort–and will help you use leftover ingredients before they go bad.
Supermarkets tend to sell food in quantities designed for families of four or more. Even when small packages are available, they’re not always cost-effective. You either spend more money than you’d like or deal with leftover ingredients.
100+ Tastes for your table of two
These recipes deliver flavor and satisfaction with only 5 or fewer ingredients. They use many of the same ingredients to simplify shopping and minimize waste, but provide plenty of variety so that you don’t get bored in the kitchen.
5-Ingredient Cooking for Two: 100 Recipes Portioned for Pairs