One-Pot Pasta by Sarah Walker Caron
65 Super Easy Recipes for One-and-Done Meals
Rockridge Press (January 15, 2019)
The One-Pot Pasta Cookbook offers the easiest all-in-one recipes for perfect pasta meals.
No straining, no mess, and no stress—cooking pasta doesn’t get simpler than one-pot recipes. The One-Pot Pasta Cookbook offers the easiest, quick-fix recipes for delicious pasta dishes to make homemade dinners happen with minimal time and effort.
From French Onion Linguine to Steak Rigatoni with Arugula, these fresh pasta dishes are all cooked in one pot or pan from start to finish. Using satisfying, staple ingredients that you can find at any grocery store—if you don’t already have them stocked in the kitchen—these simple and delicious recipes are a one-stop solution to everyday meals.
The One-Pot Pasta Cookbook includes:
- A fool-proof formula for the perfect balance of herbs and spices, protein, veggies, and cheese in every pot.
- 65 easy recipes that include both all-in-one and step-by-step methods for cheese pastas, veggie pastas, meat pastas, seafood pastas, salads and sides.
- Handy labels to quickly choose the right recipe from All-In-One, 30 Minutes, Quick Prep, Vegetarian, and more!
One pot is all you need to make dinner delicious and easy. From Ratatouille Orzo to Creamy Gorgonzola Fettuccine with Broccoli, The One-Pot Pasta Cookbook serves up the simplest recipes for one-and-done meals.
Quick prep, one pot recipes, basic ingredients from local grocery store,
Pasta is my go-to, last minute meal. Pasta is just easy to fix. This books offers you the knowledge of what to add to the pasta for a delicious meal. What to add to give the pasta a burst of flavor: herbs, spices, protein, veggies, and cheeses. Everything is made in one pot – there’s no draining and no separate cooking. Two cooking methods are used and explained: All-in-One Method and Step-by-Step Method. For the All-in-One method all ingredients added to pot at the same time. Super easy and quick. Dishes are cooked in stages for the Step-by-Step method. You sauté the aromatics and/or protein, remove from pot, cook other ingredients, add back to pot the protein and mix-ins. Takes a little bit longer, but still easy. Bonus chapter of sides and salads. My favorite take-away from this book is The Formula which gets you on your way to making your own creations.
Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (January 2, 2019)
ARC provided by Publisher
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
SARAH WALKER CARON is an award-winning food columnist and author of The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook. Her work has appeared in Fine Cooking, BettyCrocker.com, the Today show website, and more. Her food blog, Sarah’s Cucina Bella (SarahsCucinaBella.com), has been delighting readers with a unique blend of life and food writing since it was founded in 2005.