Seriously Good Freezer Meals: 150 Easy Recipes to Save Your Time, Money and Sanity
Who has time to cook these days? People are so busy. If there were a way to have fresh, healthy meals every day, wouldn’t that be great? Karrie Truman, food blogger, mother, and very busy person has a cookbook that can help in this regard. First she dismisses some of the myths about freezer meals, then has a list of 10 tips to get started, followed by the essentials needed to do this well, and other topics such as blanching, how long things last, how to organize the meals, a pantry list, etc. But, of course, the recipes are the heart of the book. Arranged in eleven sections, they cover breakfast, appetizers and snacks, soups, stews and chilis, poultry, pork, beef, seafood, meatless mains, side dishes, desserts, and bases and sauces. Each recipe has a paragraph about its origin or when it might be perfect to serve. The usual ingredient list and well-written instructions are followed by a bulk batch guide, which easily allows scaling the recipe for anywhere from 8 to 40 servings. Each has a mouth-watering full-color close-up photo, and they all look good. Don’t miss the Cashew Basil Chicken or the Venezuelan Steak. Yum!
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|Page Count||368 pages|
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|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|