Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals Cookbook Review
|Title:|| Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals: 75 Family-Friendly Recipes for Everyday Dinners|
|Published:||November 1, 2022, Sasquatch|
|No. of Pages:||208|
|Cover Price:||$22.95 Paperback, $ 9.95 Kindle|
Almost everyone who owns cast iron pans loves them. They are perfect for many things, and for those who want to expand their cast iron repertoire , Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals: 75 Family-Friendly Recipes for Everyday Dinners is the perfect way. Who knew that entire dinners could be made in one big cast iron skillet. This excellent cookbook has plenty of information in the beginning of the cookbook about cast iron; taking care of it, storing it, etc. The remainder of the cookbook has mouthwatering recipes, many with beautiful photographs.
The recipes are written in the traditional way so they are easy to follow. In fact, most of the recipes are fairly quick and easy and suitable for both beginning cooks as well as advanced cooks. The recipes include a chapter on vegetarian meals; perfect for vegans and vegetarians, but also tempting to carnivores. There are also chapters including seafood, Poultry, Beef, and Pork. While the recipes are fairly easy, they are absolutely not boring; in fact, they are unique and will help make mealtime interesting instead of same-old, same-old; they will make us actually excited to cook something new. There are however, some mainstream dishes such as a Tuna Noodle Skillet Dinner and Turkey Pot Pie (with a twist). The recipes have flavors borrowed from all over the world including Middle East, Asia, America, Mexico, Italy, etc.
If you love your cast iron cookware, you’ll also love this excellent cookbook. It will make an excellent addition to any cookbook shelf.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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