The Frugal Foodie Cookbook: 200 Gourmet Recipes for Any Budget

The Frugal Foodie Cookbook: 200 Gourmet Recipes for Any Budget

Alanna Kaufman, Alex Small

Language: English

Pages: 107

ISBN: B00MDAIR28

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Grilled Peach & Shrimp Crostini
Colorful Risotto-Stuffed Peppers
Butternut Squash & Apple Soup

Cooking great meals at home doesn?t have to cost a fortune. Written by two foodies who refused to let their eat-in kitchen or tiny budget disappoint their taste buds, this creative collection proves you don?t have to be wealthy to enjoy fine food! Alanna Kaufman and Alex Small, founders of the popular blog TwoFatAls.com, offer you 200 mouthwatering recipes that will please their palates and their pocketbooks, such as: <UL>• Pomegranate Fig Bites• Balsamic Grilled Artichokes• Honey-Thyme Pear & Goat Cheese Sandwiches • Seared Tuna with Fennel • Apricot Brandy-Baked French Toast, and more!</UL>Complete with tips on how to affordably stock and maintain a frugal pantry, as well as price breakdowns for each serving, this cookbook shows how to eat well?without breaking the bank!

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when our friend would bring enormous bowls over for potlucks, there wasn’t a chance this Italian masterpiece would last the night. ¼ cup olive oil 2 medium eggplants, peeled and diced 1 large onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced Salt and pepper to taste 2 teaspoons oregano ¾ cup red wine 1 (28-ounce) can diced tomatoes ¾ cup currants or golden raisins ¼ cup pine nuts, toasted 1 pound farfalle pasta Heat olive oil in deep skillet or large pot; add eggplant. Let one side of eggplant

minutes, until cheese is melted and squash is soft. Remove from oven; mix quinoa and cheese together if desired inside squash. Ratatouille Niçoise price $20 servings 8 price per serving $2.50 This recipe requires some chopping, but once everything is prepped it’s quick and easy. The flavors are familiar and rustic, and you should have no trouble finding nearly all the ingredients locally if you set out to make this during late summer or early fall. ½ cup olive oil 1 large onion,

Glaze price $20 servings 8 price per serving $2.50 This cake is heart-meltingly moist and thick, as it’s packed with chopped apples, nuts, and spices. The sherry glaze crystallizes beautifully over the cake and adds a complementary kick to each bite. This also happens to be our favorite cake batter, and we think the opportunity to lick the bowl is itself a reason to bake this cake. 3 cups all-purpose flour 1½ teaspoons baking soda ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon teaspoon nutmeg 1

Chips with Smoked Salmon price $10 servings 6 price per serving $1.65 Although smoked salmon tends to show up only during brunch hours, we’re such fans of it that we’re on a mission to incorporate it into other mealtimes. In this easy appetizer, we layer bits of smoked salmon onto homemade potato crisps with a dab of lemony cream. Potato crisps and smoked salmon alone are irresistible, so you can imagine how tempting the results are when their flavors combine. 10 fingerling potatoes, sliced

pan. Add sugar, salt, and pepper; set aside as dressing. Arrange lettuce on 4 plates with bacon and croutons. Gently boil 2 quarts water in large saucepan with 2 tablespoons vinegar; add eggs and poach 3–5 minutes, until done. Top each salad with a poached egg and dressing. Veggie Chopped Salad price $12 servings 4 price per serving $3 Alanna’s family has a habit of eating a salad obsessively for months, then ditching it for another. Many of the salad recipes in this book are adaptations

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