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Foolproof recipes for tasty and fuss-free one-dish dinners
Everyone loves a delicious home-cooked meal, especially those as satisfying as the recipes featured inBetter Homes and Gardens One-Bowl Dinners. This globetrotting collection of flavorful recipes ranges from the exotic (such as Southeast Asian Curry) to the familiar (such as our best savory Beef Stew) to the downright comforting (Chicken and Dumplings). Within the selection are dozens of weeknight-worthy meals—from the ever-so-easy ramen noodle bowl to quick clever pasta tosses—and plenty of recipes to share with friends such as Beef Burgundy, Paella, and Jambalaya.
With recipes arranged by world region, you'll find just what you're in the mood for, whether it's an Asian stir fry or an Italian spaghetti and meatball dinner. To round out the book, a chapter dedicated to main-dish salads offers a fresh spin on the one bowl meal.
For today's home cooks these delicious recipes make it easier than ever to serve bold, international flavors in a single bowl any night of the week.
Better Homes and Gardens Dinner in a Bowl: 160 Recipes for Simple, Satisfying Meals
By Better Homes and Gardens
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Better Homes & Gardens; 1 edition (March 6, 2012)
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