The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook is what you need to make great simple meals. Take the stress out of cooking with this easy cookbook.
So, I have some good news!
I am happy to announce that I have my second cookbook being released on March 26th. (Can you hear me yelling, whoot, whoot?) The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook will make your life in the kitchen a whole lot easier. So get out your Dutch oven, dust it off if you need to and let's start cooking. Better yet, just leave it out on your stove because you'll be using it a lot.
What can you cook in the Dutch Oven?
I am here to remind you that Dutch oven cooking is not just for winter. Although winter is the perfect time to make delicious one-pot soups and stews, there is much more to a Dutch oven than meets the eye. While I use mine to make soups and chili, I love to make stir fry, roast chicken and fresh baked bread in this pot. It's also convenient to make desserts like bread cobblers and puddings. The Dutch oven is the workhorse of my kitchen and I want everyone to love it as much as I love mine.
The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook is all about making easy one-pot meals all year round. You can find recipes like Cinnamon French Toast Casserole for breakfast or Terriyaki-Glazed Salmon for dinner. Or try making some pizza in the Dutch oven. There is even a recipe to make popcorn. My son will eat his weight in popcorn and making it this way is so convenient.
Where can I get this Dutch Oven Cookbook?
The 5-Ingredient Dutch Oven Cookbook can be pre-ordered on Amazon.com. If you order one now, you will have the copy in your hands at the end of March. In the meantime, you can check out my Dutch oven recipes for Cuban Roasted Chicken , Simple Chicken Cacciatore, or Red Wine Goulash.
Like my first cookbook, this one also contains recipes with five ingredients or less. It makes cooking as well as grocery shopping easy. Because if you are like me, you want to spend a little bit of time making dinner but a whole lot of time enjoying it.
A big thanks to all my readers and everyone who has supported me in my cooking journey. I would not be successful without you all!
Big, big congratulations Lisa!! I’m so thrilled for you!
Thank you Lynne!
Hello, I just purchased your One Pot Meals cookbook and am excited to try the recipes, but noticed you don't mention what size of Dutch Oven you recommend. Do you have a favorite size that works well for all of them? There are so many sizes to purchase, I don't know if there is one that is considered more standard for typical recipes. We usually only cook for 2-3 people at home, so a 7+ quart Dutch Oven is too large for us. I own a 2, 5 (oval), and 6 qt size. Thanks, Sarah
Hi Sarah. A 5 or 6 quart size works perfectly for all the recipes in the book. The first chapter has more information on sizes as well as Dutch oven basics. Good luck and thank you so much for purchasing my book!