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Skinnytaste One and Done: 140 No-Fuss Dinners for Your Instant Pot®, Slow Cooker, Air Fryer, Sheet Pan, Skillet, Dutch Oven, and More: A Cookbook Hardcover – Illustrated, October 9, 2018
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Everyone needs a few quick and easy family-pleasing meals in their arsenal for busy weeknights. That’s where this recipe comes in. This is not the kind of Hungarian goulash I grew up eating from my European immigrant dad. This American version, which dates back to the early 1900s, is more like a cross between a healthier Hamburger Helper and mac and cheese. The macaroni cooks right in the sauce so it’s super simple to make.
Press the sauté button on an electric pressure cooker. When hot, add the oil and onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until the onion begins to brown, about 3 minutes. Add the beef, season with the paprika and salt, and brown the meat, using a wooden spoon to break it into small pieces as it cooks, 3 to 4 minutes. Add the pepper, garlic, and Worcestershire sauce and cook, stirring occasionally, until fragrant and softened, 4 to 5 minutes. Add the tomato sauce, tomatoes, broth, and bay leaf. Stir in the macaroni.
Seal and cook on high pressure for 5 minutes. Quick release so the pasta stops cooking, then open when the pressure subsides. Discard the bay leaf. Top the dish with the cheddar, cover, and let sit until the cheese has melted. Garnish with parsley, if desired, and serve.
no pressure cooker? no problem!
To make this in a large pot or Dutch oven, cook, covered, over medium-low heat, until the pasta is cooked and the liquid is absorbed, about 20 minutes.
You can sub in ground turkey or chicken in place of the beef. You can also use mozzarella or Parmesan in place of cheddar, or omit altogether.
- 1⁄2 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 medium yellow onion, chopped
- 1 pound 90% lean ground beef
- 11⁄4 teaspoons sweet paprika
- 3⁄4 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1 red or orange bell pepper, chopped
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce*
- 1 (15-ounce) can tomato sauce
- 1 (14.5-ounce) can petite diced tomatoes
- 1 (15-ounce) can low-sodium beef broth*
- 1 bay leaf
- 8 ounces elbow macaroni, whole wheat or gluten-free
- 3⁄4 cup shredded cheddar cheese*
- Chopped fresh parsley, for garnish (optional)
- *Read the label to be sure this product is gluten-free.
-- The Kitchn
"The best-selling author and blogger behind Skinnytaste, Gina Homolka, is back with a new cookbook, and this one features entirely one-vessel meals. Sometimes that vessel is the sheet-pan, sometimes it's the slow cooker, and other times it's the multi-cooker (aka Instant Pot). Whatever vessel you're using, these recipes promise to be doable and, of course, healthy."
"With delectable options for almost every dietary preference (the Veggie-Filled Zucchini Noodles are going on our menu ASAP), this will be a family-friendly cookbook you reach for again and again."
"Sheet-pan dinners? Check. Skillet meals? Check. Air-fryer recipes? Check, check, check. The founder of the popular blog skinnytaste.com certainly knows the way straight to our heart: Easy recipes, low calories and easy cleanup."
Notable Press & Accolades:
Best Cookbooks of the Year --Amazon
Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2018 -- Amazon
Best New Cookbooks Fall 2018 -- The Kitchn
Best Healthy Cookbooks for Fall -- MindBodyGreen
About the Author
HEATHER K. JONES, R.D., is a registered dietitian, the author of several nutrition books, and the founder of Feel Better Eat Better, an online weight loss program for women who struggle with emotional eating, binge eating, overeating, or body image issues.
- Item Weight : 2.8 pounds
- Hardcover : 304 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1524762156
- ISBN-13 : 978-1524762155
- Dimensions : 8.3 x 1 x 10.3 inches
- Publisher : Clarkson Potter; Illustrated edition (October 9, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #539 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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2. She gives complete nutritional information for every single recipe and she has made the recipes far healthier than they normally are! Stop complaining!
3. Her recipes are not specifically made for diabetics or those with sodium restrictions. I have no clue why people expect a cookbook to meet their exact dietary restrictions and then complain when it does not - this book is not stated to fulfill either restriction.
I was VERY impressed with this book, especially in comparison to the 2nd, which I did NOT care for at all (most recipes were from her blog, with little or no changes. 4-5 pages were dedicated to toast and taco toppings each. Waste of time & space.) The food photography is well done and therefore makes the book a pleasure to look through. I think it is far better organized than her 1st two books were and the index is MUCH easier to navigate this time! The variety of recipes is much larger than in the 1st two books and while there are some blog favorites included, most are new recipes. I can honestly say there are a lot of recipes in this book that I plan on cooking that I would never have tried normally, as I consider myself a poor cook! She makes them look that good and the recipes that easy to prepare!
For those without an IP or airfryer,yes she provides alternate stovetop/oven cooking methods.
I personally think this is the best of the 3 books, in terms of organization, appeal & variety. Far superior to the 2nd cookbook for sure!
I don’t understand the negative reviews. One in particular castigating the author for high calorie submissions when I only saw one matching that description in the Slow-Cooker section (Loaded Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes 806 calories for one loaded boat). The rest of the recipes are below 500 calories.
I enjoy the organizational format and the abundance of professional photos of most of the meals. You can get a good idea if the recipe is for you by photos alone and this has been well done just like her previous two cookbooks.
She also has a “Skinny Scoop” commentary on the bottom of the page that offers information you may not have known related to the recipe or references how to use the recipe in tandem with another one of the recipes in the book.
As always I appreciated the time taken to list a recipes nutritional information since I calorie count making it much easier for me in that effort.
I’ve included photos of what I have made so far having only had this book for a few days and a photo of the so-called calorie offending one so many reviewers are criticizing as a departure from her previous publications. As you can see, it looks absolutely scrumptious and may just be one they use on a cheat day or simply adjust their daily meal plan to fit it in because it looks worth a try.
First photo: Turkey Kielbasa and Cabbage (209 calories)
Second photo: Turkey Cheeseburger Soup (254 calories)
Third photo: Loaded Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes (809 calories)
Fourth photo: Organizational format
Fifth photo: Wild Salmon with Avocado-Basil Salad (349 calories)
Sixth photo: Navy Bean, Bacon, and Spinach Soup (for IP at 207 calories a serving)
Seventh photo: Chicken and Lentil Soup (for IP at 273 calories)
If you loved her other cookbooks and blog, this one does not disappoint despite what others have said. Some of the criticism of this publication is grossly exaggerated and for what reason I can only speculate.
I can already see this gorgeous cookbook being my most used book this winter season. I live in NYC and busy, these one-pot meals will be such a time saver for me. I was actually peeved that her last book did not contain many one-pot meals
Next up on my list is the Shrimp tempura bowl, Arroz con pollo, chickpea mofongo, turkey and sweet potatoes dinner, chicken souvlaki dinner ... :)
I notice some unfair reviews left for this book, Gina is not affiliated with weight watchers and this is not a weight watchers book! Thank god for the rest of us who are not fans of the program and just want to eat healthy balanced meals. Also, these are one pot meals! logically the calories are going to be higher than are other books which focused on just sides or entrees etc. !
I am lactose intolerant and yes there are many cheese recipes, Skinny taste recipes often contain milk products so no surprise there but you can easily find substitutes and aged hard cheeses are safe for us who are just moderately intolerant from what I read.
So if you are Paleo, low carb, Keto or whatever the latest fad is these days, this book is not for you
If you love cooking using your instant pot, air fryer, sheet pans or grills to churn out quick, delicious, healthy family-friendly meals then this should be your go-to book this winter season
Top reviews from other countries
Most of the recipes use ingredients that are easy to find.