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- Title: A Microwave, A Mug, A Meal
- Autor: Amy Sherman
- Publisher (Publication Date): Gibbs Smith; Rfc Crds edition (March 1, 2015)
- Language: English
Cook tasty nutritious meals, appetizers and desserts―one serving at a time.
Forget all those fancy cooking accessories. You can make a tasty, nutritious meal with just a mug and a microwave oven! Cook a Chicken Enchilada Pie in 5 minutes and Double Chocolate Cake for dessert in just over 2 minutes! Comforting main dishes, appetizers, side dishes, and desserts can all be made quickly and easily―a palate-pleasing meal for one―inside a mug in the microwave oven.
Delectable vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are plentiful in this cookbook; try a Zucchini Frittata, Shrimp & Mango Salad, or Eggplant-Tahini Dip. You’ll also learn handy tips for roasting garlic, toasting nuts, making vegetable chips, and more―all in your microwave!
Amy Sherman is the publisher of the award-winning food blog Cooking with Amy, author of Williams Sonoma’s New Flavors for Appetizers. She has written for both online and print publications, including Epicurious, Fodor’s, Recipe.com, Gastronomica and 7×7. She lives in San Francisco.
“Sherman, a San Francisco-based food writer and recipe developer, has put together 100 recipes ranging from the simple, such as Cheddar Bacon Oatmeal, to the sophisticated, such as Mediterranean Seafood Stew, all prepared in a soup mug and microwave. Sherman provides basic instructions on microwave cooking and provides a list of global pantry staples that are inexpensive and easy to find. ” – Deseret News
About the Author
Amy Sherman is the publisher of the award-winning food blog Cooking with Amy, author of Williams Sonoma’s New Flavors for Appetizers. She has written for both online and print publications, including Food Network, Refinery 29, Epicurious, Fodor’s, Recipe.com, Gastronomica and 7×7. She lives in San Francisco.
This novel cookbook is filled with wonderful recipes and useful information. However, due to the location of the hole for page turning I found it not so user friendly so my husband drilled a hole in the upper left had corner and ran a rawhide tie through it to simplify it. Thanks !