Here are the numbers behind Minimalist Baker, Dana Schultz’s philosophy in her new book, Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking.
10 ingredients or less
1 bowl or pot
30 minutes (or less) to prep
We know you’re already sold, but here’s one more notable number, from the subtitle this time: 101 Entirely Plant-Based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes. Ah, 101 thirty-minute recipes. Busy people, can I get an “Amen!” Vegetarians, raise the roof. You’ve got 101 reasons to be happy here. You too, gluten-free folks. Dishwashers of the family, Dana just gave you fifteen minutes of your life back (you do have to wash that one pot, though).
Dana along with her husband, John, are the keepers of The Minimalist Baker blog and the geniuses behind the book. Which, by the way, isn’t just for people who have one or another dietary restriction, for personal or health reasons; this is a book for people who love food.
Dana’s Thai Peanut Burger blew us away. It was one of the best burgers any of us on The Food Schmooze® team have ever eaten, meatless or otherwise. Faith confessed her Indian Veggie Burger (a winner from our archives) wouldn’t beat Dana’s burger in a burger cookoff. Dana’s burger is also one that peanut-eating kids would happily eat, so put this baked burger in rotation, moms.
More Recipes from Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking:
Thai Peanut Burgers
Vegan Kale Caesar Salad
Garlic Scalloped Potatoes
No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Bars
Thai Quinoa Meatballs
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