It is nice to be able to cook dinner in 30 minutes or less. But it’s even better to make dinner when I feel like eating it instead of right before the fresh ingredients are about to spoil. Enter the 30-Minute Cooking from Frozen Cookbook to solve both problems.
With 100 recipes, neither you nor your family will be bored eating the same old dinners anymore. Just based on my own preferences, I cooked three recipes: Tex-Mex Rice and Beans, Jerk Chicken with Mango Salsa, and Pot Sticker Soup.
All the recipes are delicious and varied tremendously. The Pot Sticker Soup has the umami flavor that I love. I have never used pot stickers in a soup. It is now both my, and my famously picky husband’s, favorite meal. Even though I wasn’t able to find frozen mushrooms, I used fresh and they worked fine. The Tex-Mex recipe is great too. It was perfect for Meatless Monday. The Jerk Chicken is very convenient and yummy. It tasted great with just a cup of rice as a side dish.
Overall, I’m looking forward to trying other easy recipes using mostly frozen ingredients from this book. The only negative was the lack of photographs for all the recipes. However, each recipe includes the calories and other nutritional information. 4 stars for the 30-Minute Cooking from Frozen Cookbook!
Thanks to Adams Media and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.