With 200 quick and easy recipes -- each with four steps or less and fewer than six ingredients -- this "cookbook sensation" (The Wall Street Journal) will be your new go-to for everyday meals.
Simple: The Easiest Cookbook in the World answers the perpetual question, "what should I cook?" Packed with 1,000 photographs and dozens of appetizer, lunch, and dinner ideas, this easy-to-follow cookbook will have you enjoying a meal in minutes.
With basic flavors and fresh ingredients, chef, food photographer, and cookbook author Jean-FranÃ§s Mallet helps anyone, the novice and gourmand alike, prepare tasty time-saving meals. His "at-a-glance" approach will change your relationship with your kitchen. Each recipe includes two to six ingredients and fewer than 4 steps. You'll find yourself whipping up dishes as varied as:
Mozzarella and Fig Skewers
Sausage, Rosemary, and Lemon Mini Pizzas
Parmesan Chorizo Muffins
Spaghetti Bolognese with Crab
Peanut Chicken Saute
Flank Steak with Crispy Shallots
BBQ Pork Spare Ribs
Jumbo Shrimp Curry
Swordfish Kebabs with Saffron
and 190 more!
About the Author
Jean-FranÃ§s Mallet, a trained professional chef as well as a talented photographer, has worked with some of the biggest names in cooking, including Joel Robuchon, Michel Kenever, and Michel Rostang. His work has appeared in magazines including Saveur, Elle, and Gourmet, and he is the author of more than two dozen cookbooks. He lives in France.
[Simple is] turning a lot of very old culinary wisdom upside down.—Alexander Lobrano, Wall Street Journal
"A great starter kit to get in the kitchen" —Alison Bowen, The Chicago Tribune