Everyday Food: Light: The Quickest and Easiest Recipes, All Under 500 Calories

Everyday Food: Light: The Quickest and Easiest Recipes, All Under 500 Calories Review

Cook what you want to eat, without all the fat
 
The editors of Everyday Food magazine know that it’s not enough to get dinner on the table in a snap—it also has to be good for the whole family. Everyday Food: Light features delicious, healthful recipes, all under 500 calories. Organized seasonally so you can take advantage of the freshest ingredients, this book shows you how to quickly make your favorite dishes in a way that’s light but nonetheless tempting.

Making simple adjustments to your weeknight arsenal is easy with the step-by-step instructions on cooking techniques (like stir-frying and roasting), kitchen tools to help cut down on calories (such as a steamer basket and a citrus zester), and great low- or no-fat flavor boosters (marinades, herbs, and spices). And each recipe is accompanied by a beautiful color photograph and nutritional information to keep you motivated all week long. Here are some of the recipes you’ll find inside:


   • Oven-Fried Chicken
   • Saucy Shrimp and Grits
   • Lighter Eggplant Parmesan
   • Grilled Marinated Flank Steak
   • Olive-Oil Mashed Potatoes
   • Lighter Creamed Spinach
   • Tomato Salad with Olives and Lemon Zest
   • Light Chocolate-Chunk Brownies
   • Pear and Berry Crisp
   • Mini Mocha Cheesecakes
 
Tips throughout explain what makes these recipes light, whether by using simple substitutions (such as whole-wheat tortillas instead of pizza crust), smart ways to cut back on fat (topping fish with bread crumbs rather than coating it in batter), or healthy cooking methods (baking onion rings instead of frying them). You’ll also find prep and cook times for each recipe, and plenty of one-pot meals that make great weeknight dinners for the whole family.

Staying on track for a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean relying on gimmicky diets or eating flavorless meals. With Everyday Food: Light, cooking fulfilling and tasty dinners has never been easier or more inspiring.

Title:Everyday Food: Light: The Quickest and Easiest Recipes, All Under 500 Calories
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Kandi A. Hudson

    Recipes are DoableWhat I love about this book are the pictures of each dish! I want to know what the final product is suppose to be like for two reasons. First, I want to see what I will be eating as ...

  • Laura

    Everyday Food was a great magazine and this is a great cookbook. Easy to find ingredients, simple techniques, generally pretty family friendly. There are a ton of great recipes in here, with full nutr...

  • Stephanie Lambert

    Good as alwaysI subscribed to everyday food for years and learned to cook from them.Some of these recipes are repeats but better to have them in one location than in smaller less hardy books taking up...

  • km

    I think this book would be more useful for someone new to cooking or lacking in common sense. I am neither of those things....

  • Cat

    Everybody loves a bit of Martha don't they? She's at it again with lovely recipes, this time light and calorie conscious. I can't wait to get cooking some of these. ...

  • Jen E

    I love the pictures in this cookbook. I've yet to make a recipe, but definitely want to in the near future!...

  • Shauna

    Good, solid recipesI've liked all the ones I've made, but sometimes I wish that it wasn't so squash and lentil heavy. The mashed looked particularly unappetizing. ...

  • Madnad

    Martha Stewart has over 35 years of experience in the catering industry. While maybe less of a household name in the UK, she is absolutely considered the queen of cooking and baking over the pond.This...

  • Jennifer Rayment

    The Good Stuff * Good layout and organization of recipes * Good variety of recipes * Wife says the index is bloody wonderful - but this would only be important to seriously anal library workers & nerd...

  • Cat

    My unapologetic love for Martha Stewart is no secret. So this may be biased. But I think everyone can agree that the woman knows how to make a good cookbook. I own a few of her other cookbooks, and wh...