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The Canned Soup Cookbook - 105 Tasty Quick And Easy Main Dish Recipes Using Canned Soup (30 Minutes Or Less) - cover

The Canned Soup Cookbook - 105 Tasty Quick And Easy Main Dish Recipes Using Canned Soup (30 Minutes Or Less)

Jan Morgan

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

In this busy world we live in, canned soups are a relief. One can now prepare delicious and quick recipes using canned soups. These ready-made soups add flavor to meals, making it easier to save time. Canned soups are easy to use and flavorful. They can also be used in several ways. With canned soups, you do not need a long of ingredients to cook tasty meals. With as little as three ingredients, you can make mouth-watering dishes for the family.There are 105 recipes that you can make in 30 minutes or less. Indeed, you have a wide variety to choose from. Simply, add a couple of ingredients and you have yourself a great meal! There are recipes for chicken, turkey, ground beef, tuna, pork, sausage, steaks, rice, pasta, vegetables; as a matter of fact, you will find your family’s favorite! Classical and popular recipes are made simple with canned soups.If you do not enjoy spending lots of time cooking in the kitchen, you will really find this book valuable, and the recipes priceless!

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