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Taste of Home 5 Ingredient Mini Binder

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Taste of Home 5 Ingredient Mini Binder

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Feb 6, 2018


Save time and money with Taste of Home 5-Ingredient Cookbook. This brand new mini binder offers 100 satisfying main dishes, quick-fix sandwiches, comforting soups and family-favorite desserts…all of which come together with a handful of kitchen staples! You’ll even find five-ingredient side dishes, salads and breads that round out meals in a flash. These clever recipes come from savvy home cooks who know how to pump up flavor with just a few ingredients, and now we’re sharing those secrets in this all-new addition to our popular line of mini-binders.

Feb 6, 2018

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© 2018 RDA Enthusiast Brands, LLC 1610 N. 2nd St., Suite 102, Milwaukee WI 53212 All rights reserved. Taste of Home is a registered trademark of RDA Enthusiast Brands, LLC.


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Managing Editor, Print & Digital Books: Mark Hagen

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Editors: Hazel Wheaton, Christine Rukavena

Art Director: Raeann Thompson

Graphic Designer: Courtney Lovetere

Copy Chief: Deb Warlaumont Mulvey

Copy Editors: Dulcie Shoener (senior), Ronald Kovach, Chris McLaughlin, Ellie Piper

Contributing Copy Editor: Michael Juley

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Design Intern: Brianna Griepentrog

Content Director: Julie Blume Benedict

Food Editors: James Schend; Peggy Woodward, RDN

Culinary Director: Sarah Thompson

Kitchen Operations Manager: Bethany Van Jacobson

Recipe Editors: Sue Ryon (lead), Irene Yeh

Food Stylists: Kathryn Conrad (senior), Lauren Knoelke, Shannon Roum

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Photography Director: Stephanie Marchese

Photographers: Dan Roberts, Jim Wieland

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Set Stylists: Melissa Franco (lead), Stacey Genaw, Dee Dee Schaefer

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International Standard Book Number: 978-1-6176-5722-1

Library of Congress Control Number: 2017952614

Cover Photographer: Mark Derse

Set Stylist: Stacey Genaw

Food Stylist: Kathryn Conrad

Pictured on front cover: Bucatini with Sausage & Kale

Pictured on title page: Apple Barbecue Chicken







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A Great Home-Cooked Meal

Only 5 Ingredients Away!

You don’t need an exhaustive list of ingredients to create a delicious homemade dinner. Instead, put money back in your wallet and time back in your schedule with the delectable recipes in Taste of Home 5 Ingredients!

This handy collection brings you 101 family-favorite recipes that are easy to make and guaranteed to please. The dishes all come together with no more than five ingredients (with the exception of a few staples—see "Take 5!"). That means you’ll spend less time at the market, less money on your grocery bill and less time in the kitchen.

Satisfying main dishes, quick-fix sandwiches, comforting soups, tempting snacks and scrumptious desserts, side dishes and breads—they’re all here!

These clever recipes come from savvy home cooks who know how to pump up flavor with just a few ingredients, and we’re sharing their secrets. Every recipe includes a full-color photo and has been approved by the Taste of Home Test Kitchen, so you’re guaranteed success.

Save time, cut costs and create meals your family will love with the must-try ideas in 5 Ingredients!


There are a few items that we don’t include in our five-ingredient counts. They’re the essential ingredients that every kitchen should always have on hand, so they shouldn’t need to be on your shopping list.



Both traditional table salt and kosher salt are fine for cooking. Coarser kosher salt gives a more predictable and consistent pinch measure; fine-grained table salt is better for passing around at the table.


Black pepper is the go-to kitchen staple. For the freshest flavor, get a pepper grinder and crack the pepper as you go.


It’s a great idea to always have both extra virgin olive oil and vegetable (or canola) oil in your pantry.

We also don’t include optional items when counting ingredients. We’ll give you ideas for garnishes, but they aren’t necessary to make the recipe. And you can always swap them out for your own preferred finishing touches!


1. Think fresh. Many classic dishes have short ingredient lists. Start with good-quality ingredients, and you won’t need a lot of extras.

2. Consider ingredients that pile on the flavor. Jarred sauces, packaged rice mixes, seasoning blends, tomatoes with herbs, and canned soups let you get a head start.

3. Use mixes in new ways. Cookies and bars made from cake mix can be just the beginning. Biscuit, cake and cookie mixes all can provide inspiration for a new recipe.

4. Check out prepared foods at the store. Just because food is already cooked doesn’t mean you need to serve it as is. Cakes from the bakery section, rotisserie chicken from the deli—use these as a starting point.

5. Make convenience products—rice, stuffing, pasta mixes—your own with a handful of fresh ingredients. Try adding chopped fresh apple, celery and onion to a stuffing mix,

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