I love planning and putting together meals, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. Being creative is great and I completely encourage it in any shape or form and of course in the kitchen. After time we may end up feeling uninspired and because of this sometimes meals can become repetitive and boring. No one likes to eat the same meals day in day out do they??
These days many look to the internet for inspiration but I like the old traditional way of grabbing a book. Will books exist in years to come??? Any ways I picked up this book Five Ingredients, Ten Minutes by Jules Clancy in Home Sense a few months ago. The name and the fact it only takes ten minutes to knock up the dishes in this book grabbed my attention.
If you are looking for fast not very good for you meals, then this is not for you. Each recipe in the book contains only five ingredients and are healthy and delicious. I'll be honest and tell you that some are a little basic, however you could perhaps add a few extra ingredients if you fancy. As for getting the dishes ready in ten minutes...I'm not the most skilled knifes-men and I'd rather keep all my fingers in tacked...but that said if your organised you can easily get the meal done in that time.
The book contains lots of pictures so you can see what the finished result will be and the instructions are easy to follow. There are also variations in case you are fussy and don't like a particular items on the list. Any one should be able to make these meals as most ingredients are likely to be in you fridge/freezer or stored in your kitchen cupboards.
I completely recommend this book if you are looking for some healthy eating clean meal recommendations. You can pick up your copy from Amazon right HERE.