!!> Reading ➷ Fix-It and Forget-It 5-Ingredient One-Dish Dinners ➯ Author Phyllis Pellman Good – Anguillais.us

Fix-It and Forget-It 5-Ingredient One-Dish Dinners Fifty Crowd Pleasing And Simple Dishes, All Easily Prepared In Your Slow CookerFrom Bacon Feta Stuffed Chicken To Scalloped Potatoes And Ham, The Tasty Main Dishes In This Cookbook Are All Drawn From Hundreds Of Time Tested Favorites They Can Be Prepared In The Slow Cooker, Saving Valuable Time And Oven Space, And All Include No Than Five Ingredients In This Delicious Recipe Collection You Ll Find Meals Such As Cranberry Pork Roast Sweet And Sour Chicken Easy Crock Taco Filling Porcupine MeatballsComplemented By Tips On How To Make The Most Of Your Slow Cooker, Fix It And Forget It 5 Ingredient One Dish Dinners Is Guaranteed To Be Both Useful And Satisfying.

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    I m in love with this book I m no cook, so I love that these recipes are all easy and contain only 5 ingredients I am also obsessed with my slow cooker and trying to find good recipes for it What I especially like with this cookbook is that you don t end up with a lot of extra, wasted ingredients like you do with other recipes It s also cheaper cooking when you ha...


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    This is another small ebook which focusses on fuss free cooking, keeping it simple and sweet This time a collection of 50 different single dish dinners that use no than five ingredients are consolidated for your pleasure, all of which are slow cooker friendly, meaning you can prepare it in the morning, leave it to cook and come home to something hot and tasty The recipes are taken from the larger 2007 released Fix It and Forget It 5 Ingredient Favorites book by the same author.To get the most use of this book it probably helps to like chicken as this dominates the list of recipes This is no book for vegetarians either The recipes themselves are basic, to the point not overladen with flowery prose You get to see at a glance the typical preparation and cooking time, the ingredients and rather curt instructions Rise and repeat throughout This is, in itself, not a bad thing although an ebook of this nature could and probably should have photographs every dish to help guide and inspire the reader Even if dishes such as Chicken Cordon Blue, Sweet and Soured Chicken or Easy Beef Stew hardly need an introduction There are some photographs, but there is no rhyme or reason that this reviewer can see as to why some recipes have a picture and some don t.The book is unashamedly American in design, so foreign readers will have to convert often abstract measures such as what is a 4 qt pot or a half cup size for themselves A rather bizarre omission in this ever global ...


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    Source NetGalleyThis review and all of my others are listed on my website including contests Slave to BooksI love using my slow cooker It is the easiest thing in the world I have been researching how to make everything in there including bread So, when I got this book it was a delight for me.Now, I ve also checked out some of the reviews on the sites and I wanted to make sure I addressed some of the frequent points mentioned Fortunately, they were things that I figured were going to be issues with some people That made it totally easier to address Okay First these are simple I mean absolutely s i m p l e So, if you re not familiar with using a crock pot this is definitely a good start Now, that being said, there are only 5 ingredients I may get this from my mother, but I love making the recipes as is from the cookbook and figuring out what the recipe is missing based on personal preferences.One of the issues I knew going in would be these are simple Now, sometimes simple is best I ve been surprised by how delicious a 2 to 3 ingredient dish could be These start off as tasty dishes But, if you re anything like me, you love lots of flavor and constantly seeing what you ...


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    5 Ingredient One Dish Dinners is just that a quick cookbook filled with recipes using 5 ingredients or less A 5 ingredient or less recipe is explained in the beginning 1.Any recipe with 5 or fewer ingredients.2.Water does not count.3.Salt and pepper count as one ingredient.4.Ingredients listed as optional do not count.5.Non stick cooking spray does not count.6.The base over which the recipe is to be served does not count such as rice, pasta, or crackers.Pictures are included in some of the recipes, but not all, and each recipe includes the prep time, cooking time, and ideal slow cooker size differs with each recipe.The recipes are all simple to prepare literally fix and forget it which make them good choices for busy nights during the school year or game seasons There wasn t too much variation between the recipes, and there is a tremendous amount of processed foods throughout This book wasn t intended for nutritional purposes, strictly on time and ease of preparation Handy book for busy parents, or young adults newly on their own and familiar with a slow cooker.Th...


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    This is a very simple cookbook it has several recipies my kids would love Don t be technical about the 5 ingredients, because water salt pepper don t really count.Yes, this was a good book It is a compilation of recipes people have submitted The best kind of recipe is when you get them from your friends, so I put this in that category.I had a couple problems with some of the recipes though because sometimes it s better to brown the meat before putting it in a crockpot, so I m not really sure how well they would turn out And some just weren t to clear if it s raw or cooked meat you put in I was assuming raw, but I wasn t positive Most recipes are detailed.These are also football season ...


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    www.2thepointbooks.blogspot.comThis was a refreshing and pint size cookbook from the famed Fix It and Forget It collection.Instead of hundreds upon hundreds of recipes to choose from which can be quite overwhelming this cute little 50 page gem has what I want without all the perusing and page shuffling I own two of those monster volumes and while sometimes it s fun to recipe surf, most of the time I want a limited number of great recipes to choose from instead of a countless variety that I have to sift through.I love my slow cooker because it s simple, and I love these recipes because they contain only 5 ingredients water doesn t count How simple is that With 3 kiddos, s...


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    I read this book on a 1st generation Nook.As a person who loves to cook in a Crock Pot, the Fix It and Forget It series is a great find I am also a person who loves collaborative cookbooks such as the kind put together by church groups or school groups for fundraisers and I liked that this book has a similar feel People aren t going to submit recipes that aren t any good they are going to submit recipes that have been successful and popular for them.I liked that this book had a nice variety of recipes All of the recipes are very easy, so even beginning cooks can make them If you are looking for vegetarian recipes or soup recipes, then you will need to look to other books in the series because this one primarily focuses on meat and poultry dishes I am eag...


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    recipes in this book are fairly straight forward 5 ingredient recipes for the slow cooker These are not super fancy meals This are good old fashion get food on the table for a family meal I liked the book, the recipes I could try Stupid tomato allergyno tomato sauce or ketchup for me.I also had a bit of trouble adjusting a few of the recipes for my smaller slow cooker If you are looking for a nice small cookbook for easy meals that do ...


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    I received an ebook of this from NetGalley for purposes of review I m a big fan of this cookbook series I have a few myself at home for personal use and this one is no different The best thing about this is how simple the recipes are You don t have to have a huge list of ingredients, and you can just throw t...

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