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One-Pot Meals, 5-Ingredients Simple. You already know that your Dutch oven is the ultimate secret weapon for simple meals—but what if cooking could be made even simpler? The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook delivers extreme ease to mouthwatering meals.Using just five fresh, flavorful ingredients, this Dutch oven cookbook serves up recipes without all of the prep and cle One-Pot Meals, 5-Ingredients Simple. You already know that your Dutch oven is the ultimate secret weapon for simple meals—but what if cooking could be made even simpler? The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook delivers extreme ease to mouthwatering meals.Using just five fresh, flavorful ingredients, this Dutch oven cookbook serves up recipes without all of the prep and clean-up stress that tend to get in way of good homemade cooking. Start off your morning with Cinnamon French Toast Casserole or watch your family rush to the dinner table for a Barbecue Beef Brisket that sends taste buds soaring. One thing is for sure: whatever you’re in the mood for, it’s going to be tasty and easy.Inside The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook, you’ll find: The Bible for Dutch Oven Cooking—Learn everything you need to know to make homemade cooking a breeze with this Dutch oven cookbook. 5-Ingredient Recipes—Make grocery shopping and cooking a snap with easy-to-find ingredients (your one-pot wonder can do the rest of the heavy lifting). Family-Friendly Meals—Whether you serve up classic favorites like Sloppy Joes or mix things up with Teriyaki-Glazed Salmon, this Dutch oven cookbook has you covered for breakfast, lunch, dinner—and don’t worry—dessert, too. Dutch ovens have helped generations of home cooks serve up simply delicious, homestyle meals. Tonight, delicious just got 5-ingredients simpler.


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One-Pot Meals, 5-Ingredients Simple. You already know that your Dutch oven is the ultimate secret weapon for simple meals—but what if cooking could be made even simpler? The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook delivers extreme ease to mouthwatering meals.Using just five fresh, flavorful ingredients, this Dutch oven cookbook serves up recipes without all of the prep and cle One-Pot Meals, 5-Ingredients Simple. You already know that your Dutch oven is the ultimate secret weapon for simple meals—but what if cooking could be made even simpler? The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook delivers extreme ease to mouthwatering meals.Using just five fresh, flavorful ingredients, this Dutch oven cookbook serves up recipes without all of the prep and clean-up stress that tend to get in way of good homemade cooking. Start off your morning with Cinnamon French Toast Casserole or watch your family rush to the dinner table for a Barbecue Beef Brisket that sends taste buds soaring. One thing is for sure: whatever you’re in the mood for, it’s going to be tasty and easy.Inside The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook, you’ll find: The Bible for Dutch Oven Cooking—Learn everything you need to know to make homemade cooking a breeze with this Dutch oven cookbook. 5-Ingredient Recipes—Make grocery shopping and cooking a snap with easy-to-find ingredients (your one-pot wonder can do the rest of the heavy lifting). Family-Friendly Meals—Whether you serve up classic favorites like Sloppy Joes or mix things up with Teriyaki-Glazed Salmon, this Dutch oven cookbook has you covered for breakfast, lunch, dinner—and don’t worry—dessert, too. Dutch ovens have helped generations of home cooks serve up simply delicious, homestyle meals. Tonight, delicious just got 5-ingredients simpler.

48 review for The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook: One Pot, 101 Easy Recipes

  1. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Campbell

    Go ahead--lift the lid on that trusty Dutch oven. Inhale the tantalizing aroma, enjoy the appetizing appearance, and savor the wonderful food that you have prepared. With "The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook: One Pot, 101 Easy Recipes", by Lisa Grant, you will find fabulous 5-ingredient recipes for fantastic family-friendly meals. Begin with Dutch oven basics, pantry staples, and essential kitchen tools, and then follow through with truly tasty recipes like these: "Cinnamon French Toast Cassero Go ahead--lift the lid on that trusty Dutch oven. Inhale the tantalizing aroma, enjoy the appetizing appearance, and savor the wonderful food that you have prepared. With "The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook: One Pot, 101 Easy Recipes", by Lisa Grant, you will find fabulous 5-ingredient recipes for fantastic family-friendly meals. Begin with Dutch oven basics, pantry staples, and essential kitchen tools, and then follow through with truly tasty recipes like these: "Cinnamon French Toast Casserole"; "Bacon and Cheddar Roasted Potatoes"; "Creamy Spinach-Parmesan Dip"; "Roasted Veggie Medley with Brown Butter and Garlic"; "Home-style Beef and Vegetable Soup"; "Rosemary-Braised Turkey Breast with Gravy"; "Smoky Split Pea Soup with Bacon"; "Dill-Roasted Salmon with Lemon Butter"; "Shrimp Stir-Fry with Honey-Garlic Sauce"; "Easy Minestrone Soup"; "Spring Vegetable Risotto with Parmesan"; "No-Knead Dutch Oven Bread"; "Cheddar Beer Bread"; "Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler"; "Cider-Poached Pears with Caramel Sauce" and many more! Book Copy Gratis Callisto Publishers

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nora St Laurent

    I’m a girl who appreciates the author starting out with Dutch Oven basics. How to buy one and then how to use one. And then when the author answers the question I was wondering, “Why they call this pot a Dutch Oven?” I knew this was the book for me. My husband does an amazing job of cooking regularly. I’m very grateful he a natural cook. But on the occasion, I have to step up to the plate I’m thankful for books like this that help me make great meals with only 5 easy to find ingredients. It’s a I’m a girl who appreciates the author starting out with Dutch Oven basics. How to buy one and then how to use one. And then when the author answers the question I was wondering, “Why they call this pot a Dutch Oven?” I knew this was the book for me. My husband does an amazing job of cooking regularly. I’m very grateful he a natural cook. But on the occasion, I have to step up to the plate I’m thankful for books like this that help me make great meals with only 5 easy to find ingredients. It’s a win, win! The first chapter of recipes falls under the Breakfast & Brunch meals. I liked the Bacon & Cheddar Roasted Potatoes meal. In the section Snacks, Apps & Sides, I enjoyed the Savory Zucchini-Parmesan Cakes, In the Chicken section we ate the Chicken Cutlets with Marsala Mushroom sauce. I didn’t try anything from the Pork and Lamb main meals section, but I look forward to trying Sweet and Sticky pork chops, Garlic & Rosemary Roasted leg of Lamb, Shrimp Stir-Fry with Honey-Garlic Sauce they all sound good too. Finally, there is the dessert section. Things I’d like to make there is the No-Knead Bread, Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake, Dutch Apple Crisp and Brownie Chocolate Cake. The authors cooking philosophy is, “always to use minimal ingredients to get maximum flavor. Every recipe in this book contains only five ingredients, not counting a few basic pantry items (and water). If you keep these five ingredients in your pantry or refrigerator at all times, it will be simple to throw everything else together when you’re deciding what recipes to make…” The basic ingredients are black pepper, broth, extra-virgin olive oil, flour, and salt. I like how the book is laid out visually. On top of each recipe there is important information that tells you things like this meal is a quick-prep, 45 minutes, gluten free, nut-free and it’s vegetarian. Under the title of each recipe there is information to gain at a quick glance like the serving size, prep time, cook time. The ingredients are on the left-hand side and are bolded in black to make it separate from the instructions. The steps are clearly numbered. Highlighted at the bottom are ingredient tips and/or variations you can make to the recipe. The only thing missing in this book are lots of pictures. The only yummy looking pictures are the ones that start off each chapter of the book. If you are looking for meals that are easy to make with 5 ingredients (some a little more) this is the book for you. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the Publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” Nora St. Laurent TBCN Where Book Fun Begins! www.bookfun.org The Book Club Network blog www.psalm516.blogspot.com Book Fun Magazine https://www.bookfun.org/page/past-iss...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Erin Cataldi

    Get in my belly! I'm a sucker for easy recipes and I was sold on this cookbook before I ever tried a recipe. 5 ingredients or less? Sign me up! I also have a dutch oven that I have RARELY used, so I was excited to dust it off and try it out again. There are oven 100 recipes in this bad boy and I've already tried out 5. Granted I can't use like half (I'm vegetarian), but the ones I could use were MONEY! They even have a whole vegetarian section (some of which were even vegan)! Besides using the v Get in my belly! I'm a sucker for easy recipes and I was sold on this cookbook before I ever tried a recipe. 5 ingredients or less? Sign me up! I also have a dutch oven that I have RARELY used, so I was excited to dust it off and try it out again. There are oven 100 recipes in this bad boy and I've already tried out 5. Granted I can't use like half (I'm vegetarian), but the ones I could use were MONEY! They even have a whole vegetarian section (some of which were even vegan)! Besides using the vegetarian section I was able to pull recipes from the breakfast & brunch, snacks, & sides, breads & desserts, and staples & sauces. Options man! Some great recipes include: buttery mashed potatoes with chive, creamy spinach-Parmesan dip, veggie fried rice, savory fried cabbage and noodles, peach cobbler, and cornbread! All in a dutch oven! My only two "complaints" are: lack of pictures and not all recipes are truly 5 ingredients are less. The author doesn't includes seasoning and oils, so some recipes are closer to 10 ingredients. That wouldn't stop me from purchasing this book though! I loved it!

  4. 5 out of 5

    April Braswell

    101 Easy Dutch Oven Recipes Good for Beginning Cooks, Heavy on Starches/Carbs Lisa has been running her food blog for over 10 years and her focus on just recipes for a Dutch Oven in this terrific cookbook shows in the range and interest of the 101 easy home style cooking recipes. The recipes can take as long as 45 minutes to make, but as she reflects on her mother’s cooking style they are “hands-off” meaning whoever cooks dinner tonight can spend time with family and not hovering over the stove t 101 Easy Dutch Oven Recipes Good for Beginning Cooks, Heavy on Starches/Carbs Lisa has been running her food blog for over 10 years and her focus on just recipes for a Dutch Oven in this terrific cookbook shows in the range and interest of the 101 easy home style cooking recipes. The recipes can take as long as 45 minutes to make, but as she reflects on her mother’s cooking style they are “hands-off” meaning whoever cooks dinner tonight can spend time with family and not hovering over the stove top stirring. Her introduction is short. She starts off Chapter 1 with an ode to the Dutch Oven as “The One-Pot Wonder.” I completely agree with her about how versatile and wonderful this one cooking vehicle is, often making numerous other pans and pots superfluous. This means, yes, it really is a great gift for college kids, young grads, house warming, engagement gifts and for young cooks just learning to prepare meals, not just muffins and cookies. Because of the scale of my SOLID enamel covered caste iron pot, it IS heavy and therefore just a bit cumbersome to weld in the sink when cleaning, but it’s really not terrible. Just, it’s a sizeable and heavy pot. This chapter is very helpful for new and just-starting out cooks in her cover of the basics of your pantry and including citing such really basic knowledge items like oven mitts and making a grocery shopping list. More experienced cooks could skip most of what’s in this chapter. There’s absolutely no nutritional information cited with the recipes, and they are, for the most part, high-carb, high-starch items, so I really wanted to know so I could make some adjustments. Additionally, she included a recipe devoting a whole page to making popcorn in a Dutch Oven. I guess she has a gas stove. Doing so on Electric would be more time consuming to heat cast iron and the oil just right so it doesn’t smoke. This is something she could simply have alluded to in an introduction to the snacks recipes section and devoted the page to an actual recipe. Unless you’re under 10 years old, making stove top pop corn is pretty easy to do. And, with the very few photos in this cookbook, whoever picked the illustrating images had the gall to illustrate the popcorn and not a real recipe for that chapter. In addition to no nutritional information and very few photo images, the recipes are mostly high-carb and high starch. Plus, they didn’t even include variations or more complex carb alternatives in the recipes like using a complex carb pasta or spiralized zucchini instead. Not sure those would work for everything. Just I wish they’d said something about either/both of those periodically. The chapter devoted to breakfast was very carb focused, which is a bit traditional with breakfasts. I wish she’d devoted some coverage to a few more egg/protein based breakfast casserole dishes. Just as she emphasizes in her introduction Ode to the Dutch Oven coverage, one of the beauty attributes of a Dutch Oven is you can use it both stove-top AND in the oven. It was when I was ready her recipe for stove top based home made granola that I realized there was no nutrition information. Some other cookbooks where the ingredients were so simple and straight forward, I could still approximate, and it didn’t bother me like it does here. Without knowing the sugar count and everything else, I have no basis to make this safely for my family nor the baseline from which to tweak it. I did appreciate a recipe for making a Rotisserie Style chicken in the Dutch oven as well, a few more variations I would have thought would have been easy to mention and aren’t included, as her having a Vegetarian Dishes chapter and citing to use fresh not frozen in the Veggie Medley recipe on page 32. The Crab Cakes recipe looks great. I haven’t had the chance to make it yet because real crab meat, not the faux stuff which never tastes right to me, isn’t readily available where I am. The cassoulet looks great as does the Split Pea soup. The later isn’t my thing, but my fiancé and BIL both adore it, so I may make them a batch to stock the fridge and freezer with some quick reheat meals. The recipes are still good, and this could be useful for a new cook or grad student living on a budget leaning on cheap speggie noodles (not the fresh gnocci recipe so much for them), bread, and potatoes. It’s a little bit of an obstacle to aim to give this to a young person or new cook, because someone is learning the basics she covers, they should also start to familiarize themselves with the nutritious information of what’s being made at the same time. If you’re giving a Dutch Oven to someone starting out their home, this would make a good accompanying present to build it out to a helpful Starter Home gift. I hope you found my review helpful for you in selecting this book for yourself or as a gift to a new cook. I'm always looking to improve as a reviewer. Thank you so much for indicating if you found my review helpful. If it did, I would greatly appreciate you're letting me know what you liked with a comment. If I can answer a question about what is in the book or not, feel free to ask with a comment, and I'll endeavor to respond where I can. I received a free advance copy for an honest review from Callisto Publishing. Happy Eating! April

  5. 5 out of 5

    Andrex

    IMPORTANT to note that whilst the author obviously acknowledges that are cast-iron Dutch ovens, she prefers an enamel-coated one and that is what was used to create all these recipes. Apart from at the introduction of each chapter there are NO pictures! There are ten chapters: Dutch Oven Basics * Breakfast and Brunch * Snacks, Apps & Sides * Beef * Chicken & Turkey * Pork and Lamb * Fish and Shellfish * Vegetarian * Breads and Desserts * Staples and Sauces Right at the top of each recipe you find IMPORTANT to note that whilst the author obviously acknowledges that are cast-iron Dutch ovens, she prefers an enamel-coated one and that is what was used to create all these recipes. Apart from at the introduction of each chapter there are NO pictures! There are ten chapters: Dutch Oven Basics * Breakfast and Brunch * Snacks, Apps & Sides * Beef * Chicken & Turkey * Pork and Lamb * Fish and Shellfish * Vegetarian * Breads and Desserts * Staples and Sauces Right at the top of each recipe you find labels like: Quick-Prep * 45 Minute * Gluten Free * Nut Free * Vegetarian etc. Never made your own popcorn? Now you can and it's healthier for you. Each recipe has FIVE ingredients or less NOT including salt, pepper, olive oil and flour. Whilst the author provides recipes for broth towards the end of the book she also admits to keeping processed broths in her pantry hence the reason many of the recipes don't go over five ingredients. At the end you will find the Dirty Dozen, Measurement Conversion charts, Recipe Index and Index. What this is, is a list to make looking up a specific ingredient contained in a recipe much easier. Say you are looking to cook with carrots. Just head to 'C' and then 'Carrots' and you will find all the recipes containing carrots in one helpful list. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher. That has not influenced my review with the thoughts and opinions above being my own. Thanks, Liz

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Kelly

    Either on the stovetop or oven, cooking with a Dutch Oven is a great way to cook, especially if you love cooking in one pot. The 5 Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook is a wonderful, informative cookbook! I am not a beef person but looking at the chapter Beef, I did find a few recipes that I would love to try. The Chicken section is also doable, lots of good looking recipes. Lots of good looking recipes in the Pork section, I don't do Lamb so that is a nonstarter for me, but Sweet and Sticky Pork Cho Either on the stovetop or oven, cooking with a Dutch Oven is a great way to cook, especially if you love cooking in one pot. The 5 Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook is a wonderful, informative cookbook! I am not a beef person but looking at the chapter Beef, I did find a few recipes that I would love to try. The Chicken section is also doable, lots of good looking recipes. Lots of good looking recipes in the Pork section, I don't do Lamb so that is a nonstarter for me, but Sweet and Sticky Pork Chops are bookmarked! Bread and Sweets is a favorite section because I love making bread and the No Knead Bread, and of course hubby has a sweet tooth so the Dutch Apple Crisp will be made. This book has 101 recipes so that is enough to please most anyone. Along with that, there is a guide to the Dutch Oven at the beginning of the book will help you with deciding on what type of Dutch Oven you want to use. Lots of tips in that section. The back of the book has conversion charts which are most helpful. So that said, this cookbook is a must for the experienced cook or even the newbie to cooking. 5 ingredients, easy recipes and family friendly meals will be a must. I already have lots of recipes marked and will be making them soon, one of then will be Maple Almond Granola, like today!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Binegar-Foster

    This book is simply divine. I absolutely love simple time saving recipes. This book is perfect in that the ingredients are readily available and you only have one pot to clean. I liked how Lisa walked us through what a Dutch oven is as well as the various types, etc. I will be making many of the recipes. We like every recipe in the breakfast chapter. Especially the corned beef hash. The 5-ingredient in the title refers to the 5 pantry staples not necessarily that each recipe is only 5-ingredient This book is simply divine. I absolutely love simple time saving recipes. This book is perfect in that the ingredients are readily available and you only have one pot to clean. I liked how Lisa walked us through what a Dutch oven is as well as the various types, etc. I will be making many of the recipes. We like every recipe in the breakfast chapter. Especially the corned beef hash. The 5-ingredient in the title refers to the 5 pantry staples not necessarily that each recipe is only 5-ingredients so that was a bit misleading however a vast majority of the recipes indeed only have 5 ingredients. Thus the 4 star rating. I also would have liked more photos of the recipes. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book provided to me by the publisher.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Raica

    I have used my dutch oven regularly for decades. I was happy to receive this review copy from the publisher, because I needed to shake up my meals with a little more variety. The bread recipes, alone, were a pleasant surprise, and are so, so, yummy! The cookbook has easy, very flavorful recipes....bringing fresh ideas to my menu.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Keys

    Another great cookbook from this author. As much as I love a low & slow Dutch oven recipe Lisa brings that same homey full bodied comfort flavor in her quick and easy versions of soups and stews and so much more. The pea soup is one of the best I have ever tasted. Great book for both seasoned cooks and someone new to the kitchen.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    Good simple recipes.😊

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Grissett

    Worth reading I guess I've read too many cookbooks now. I liked it and I am glad I read it but.... I do like the sauce recipes. Worth reading I guess I've read too many cookbooks now. I liked it and I am glad I read it but.... I do like the sauce recipes.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Wise

    Some good sounding recipes in here. I am ready to try a few! Thanks Lisa!

  13. 5 out of 5

    P. Warlik

    Will definitely be using my dutch oven pots more. Easy recipes.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Voirrey

    Some good recipe ideas in this, especially for this weather!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Smyth

    Easy to follow recipes all cooked in a dutch oven. I loved the tutorial on buying a dutch oven and found this helpful for my shopping trip.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eva Lorenz

    Low Country Shrimp Boil? Split Pea Soup with Bacon? Maple-Almond Granola? Italian Roast Pork? Do all these recipes make your mouth water and then consider that all you need is a Dutch oven and five ingredients? Sounds too easy to be true, but it is. In this new cookbook by Lisa Grant home-cooked meals are simplified so that everyone can be a chef at home and take out can be a thing of the past. I bought my first slow cooker more than 30 years ago and thought I was set with easy recipes, but you Low Country Shrimp Boil? Split Pea Soup with Bacon? Maple-Almond Granola? Italian Roast Pork? Do all these recipes make your mouth water and then consider that all you need is a Dutch oven and five ingredients? Sounds too easy to be true, but it is. In this new cookbook by Lisa Grant home-cooked meals are simplified so that everyone can be a chef at home and take out can be a thing of the past. I bought my first slow cooker more than 30 years ago and thought I was set with easy recipes, but you are not always in the mood for stew or soup. So I added a Dutch oven a few a years ago, both cooking aids were thrift store finds, and now easy home-cooking does involve pot roast, freshly prepared fish and even desserts. This book is perfect for the woman that performs two jobs, career worker outside of the house and mom to hungry kids at home. With this cookbook last minute trips to the store at the exception and no one will know that the food prep was limited to mostly a Dutch oven. I highly recommend this book to women who struggle with ballooning grocery store bills and want home-cooking without the madness of trying to find a specific ingredient that never gets used otherwise. I received a free copy from the publisher.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Linda Hastings

    A very nice collection of recipes. They are well written and easy to follow. They call for ingredients that are in any grocery store. Any level of cook

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