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30 Minute Cooking For 2 - Quick Easy And Healthy No-Fuss Meals - cover

30 Minute Cooking For 2 - Quick Easy And Healthy No-Fuss Meals

Amber Pates

Publisher: Endrave Books

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Summary

This collection of recipes recognizes the time constraint faced by individuals and everyone in general in their daily lives. It is designed to help maximize the time spent in the kitchen while still effortlessly putting out nutritious and high quality meals. All meals are made for two people; they can be prepared within 30 minutes or less and are still delicious and healthy.
 
With this cookbook, meals can be created with easy-to-find and easy-to-follow ingredients. Ingredients are readily accessible in major shopping outlets near you. From start to serve, each recipe is aimed at helping you cook meals successfully with detailed instructions filled with precise quantities of each ingredient and clear directions on its application. All you have to do is follow the instructions and a lovely meal awaits you each time!
 
Serving sizes are so precise that the recipes in this cookbook leave little room for leftovers; all you have to do is follow the recipes to create a healthy and satisfactory dish for you and your partner. No matter your circumstances, you will be able to create fast and easy-to-prepare meals that require no special utensils as they can be made with everyday appliances found in the kitchen with minimal clean up time.

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