Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals contains clear and concise instructions for seasoning and using a cast iron pan. I really appreciated that since I received a cast iron pan for Christmas that I have yet to use.
The book also contains recipes spanning the globe from Thailand to Africa. The recipes are clearly written for a bigger foodie than I am. Most contain at least fifteen ingredients. Sixteen ingredients for pork ramen seems a bit intimidating to me. However, the cooking process is relatively straightforward though and should be doable by relatively new chefs.
Unfortunately, neither nutritional nor allergen information is included. And many of the recipes could be cooked in any fry pan. Though some must be finished in the oven so an oven proof skillet or Dutch oven would be necessary.
If you are trying to impress your mother-in-law with your cooking skills, Cast Iron Skillet One-Pan Meals is the perfect cookbook. But if you just want a meal on the table, it may be a bit too fancy for a weeknight. 3 stars.
Thanks to Sasquatch Books and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.