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Better Homes and Gardens Wonder Pot: One-Pot Meals from Slow Cookers, Dutch Ovens, Skillets, and Casseroles


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ISBN: 1328762238 | 2018 | EPUB | 304 Pages | 57 MB

A must-have cookbook for busy families with 150 one-pot recipes to make cooking dinner streamlined, simple, and incredibly tasty?

Wonder Pot showcases the almost magical ease of cooking an entire meal in one item, be it a slow cooker, pressure cooker, skillet, or other common piece of kitchen equipment. Making dinner has never been easier-150 recipes feature a range of main dishes including vegetarian meals, roasted entrees, pot pies, stews, pressure cooker and slow cooker meals, and more. Make-ahead tips speed meal preparation, and nutrition information aids in meal planning. A bonus chapter of desserts-including dump cakes, cobblers, and other treats-rounds out any meal. Helpful icons highlight the type of pot to use, as well as Calorie-Smart, Fast Prep, and Dump recipes. More than 100 photos complete this stunning package, showing that cooking a one-pot dinner is both simple and wonderfully delicious.
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