Many cookbooks show us think that cooking dinner involves long lists of ingredients and several hours of commitment in the kitchen - but it doesn't have to be that way.
While many cookbooks and cooking shows would have us think that cooking dinner involves long lists of ingredients and several hours of commitment in the kitchen, Sue Quinn proves that it really doesn't have to be that way. Here's how to prepare wonderful food quickly and easily with a handful of well-chosen ingredients. Tip One: Keep your pantry stocked with fresh pasta, jars of marinated vegetables, frozen fruit, punchy sauces, cans of passatta and excellent stock cubes or bouillon powders - all great short-cut ingredients that mean you can cook speedily without compromising on flavour. Tip Two: assemble all your ingredients and cooking utensils before you start cooking. There are 160 recipes all up, from plates to share and light bites, salads and soups, to pasta dishes, meat, poultry and seafood dishes and desserts.
Former national newspaper journalist and foreign correspondent, Sue Quinn is a respected cookbook author and food writer based in the UK. Her books span a range of cuisines, from Japanese to vegan cookery, with an emphasis on healthy eating. Sue's recipes and articles have appeared in leading food publications including Delicious and BBC Good Food magazines. Author of Easy Vegan and Easy Mediterranean.
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