5-Ingredient One-Dish Dinners by Phyllis Pellman Good


The recipes are all simple to prepare (literally fix and forget it) which make them good choices for busy nights during the school year or game seasons. There wasn't too much variation between the recipes, and there is a tremendous amount of processed foods throughout. This book wasn't intended for nutritional purposes, strictly on time and ease of preparation. Handy book for busy parents, or young adults newly on their own and familiar with a slow cooker.

Read the full review for 5-Ingredient One-Dish Dinners, and try the recipe for the Herby French Dip Recipe, too.