Everyday Easy Quick Meals – Simon Holst

Posted: October 28, 2013 in cookbook, Review
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quick mealsThis is a handy little book for those who lead busy lives and don’t have the time or energy to cook elaborate meals.  There is a handy list of pantry essentials and Simon has used these core ingredients throughout the book.  The recipes are in weekly blocks and you can use this menu plan to plan ahead and make shopping easier.  Of course, you can create your own weekly plan by arranging recipes in a way to suit you.

Included are hits and variations you can try on the basic recipe.  These are ways to add flavour and sometimes give a recipe a whole new twist.  Simon has included tips that remind you to think ahead and save some time when cooking.  Also listed are recipes for side dishes like potato wedges, salad dressing, and coleslaw and tips on how to cook rice.  Easy to follow and informative, this  is a handy guide for when you come home after a long day and want something quick and easy to make that tastes yummy.

Hyndman Publishers has kindly supplied two copies of this cookbook for giveaways.  To be in the draw leave a comment below and winners will be drawn on Thursday 7 October.  Open to those in New Zealand and Australia only.

Hyndman Publishers

Supplied by Hyndman Publishers

Reviewed by Jan

Comments
  1. Kelly says:

    Simon/Allison Holst cookbooks are always great, never a due recipe in them.

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  2. sue forsythe says:

    i love the holst books, so easy to use and practical

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  3. Solomy Navvuga says:

    Finally the cookbook I have been waiting for! Quick and easy is exactly what I need. Life on its own is complicated enough without the hussle of worrying about what you are making for dinner daily. I know many mums who will appreciate this book mainly because it will make their life a whole lot easier.

    Thanks alot

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  4. Anthea Robertson says:

    This seems like it could be really useful. I struggle to eat well because of being really tired and often go for comfort food because good food is too much effort to make.

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