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4 Ingredients

3.24 of 5 stars 3.24  ·  rating details  ·  74 ratings  ·  7 reviews
This cookbook has over 340 quick, easy and very delicious recipes that you can easily whip up to wow your friends and family, and all with only 4 or less ingredients.
You won't need to spend a fortune in measuring utensils. To use 4 Ingredients all you will need is 1 cup, 1 teaspoon, and 1 tablespoon - it's cooking made real easy!
There are fantastic recipes for breakfast to
Paperback, 236 pages
Published April 2nd 2009 by 4 Ingredients (first published March 1st 2007)
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Author Annette Dunlea
4 Ingredients by Kim Mc Cosker
4 Ingredients is a new paperback cookery book by Kim Mc Cosker and Rachael Bermingham. Its ISBN is 0646470809 and it is published by 4 Ingredients. This cookery book contains 340 recipes using four ingredients or less. Its layout is clear and the recipes are simple. It uses basic ingredients that everyone has in their cupboards anyway. It promotes experimenting with food and offers some good cookery tips. It covers snacks and meals. It is a good introductionary book
Katie Q
This is not a good cookbook.

The shortcuts most often require the reader to purchase pre-made ingredients for the recipes. It takes longer to stock up on pre-made products than it does to make something from scratch. Further to that the ingredients often contain additives such as preservatives and fillers that cannot be deemed as nutritious.

Then there is the added cost of buying all these so called fast ingredients - not cost effective at all.

If you want to cook fast build up a nice store cupboa
I've made a few recipes out of this book and flicked through the pages dozens of times. The recipes that I have tried are not something I would bother repeating and I'm totally uninspired to try any more of the recipes. A lot are made up with a can of 'this' and a packet of 'that'. Just not my style of cooking. I prefer fresh ingredients.
Sometimes I have a hard time with recipe books without pictures!! But I got over it with this one because each dish has only four ingredients or less so it was easy to picture what they would taste like. It looks really yummy, easy, and doable. All things that I like. My favorite section was the chicken.
it's okay not to overly excited about it. The recipes are quite dull and boring not much taste. It gives me idea's of a start to a dish and Ij ust had other ingredients to it. Some of the recipes are good when I'm in a panic and have no idea what to make.
Corie Spurling
We only tried the Chicken Enchilada recipe but I don't think it had nearly enough ingredients to make this dish enjoyable and flavorful. I ended up adding about four more ingredients to the recipe and invented my own Chicken Enchilada dish.
Some recipes called for unusual/uncommon ingredients (at least where I'm located). Don't care for cookbooks without pictures either, but it reminded me of a Church Cookbook. Relatively easy, simply displayed. Showed some promise.
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Kim McCosker was raised in Stanthorpe until moving to Mundubbera, Queensland where many of her family and friends still live.
Schooled on the Gold Coast, Kim attended Star of the Sea Catholic High School and Griffith University, completing a degree in International Finance in 1998. Kim trained with MLC as a Financial Planner completing her Diploma in Financial Planning through Deakin University in
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