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Make Dinner With Only 5 Ingredients Using ‘The Cookbook for Busy People’

Make Dinner With Only 5 Ingredients Using ‘The Cookbook for Busy People’


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Sweet Phi blogger Philia Kelnhofer introduces her new cookbook featuring recipes made with only five ingredients

The Cookbook for Busy People: ‘Five Ingredient Recipes’

To quote Julia Child, “Cooking well doesn’t mean cooking fancy.” With this in mind,

food blogger Phila Kelnhofer started #FiveIngredientFridays on her food blog Sweet Phi, showcasing family-friendly recipes all featuring—you guessed it— five ingredients or less.

Five Ingredient Fridays exploded in popularity among all practical and busy people so much so that Kelnhofer now introduces her new cookbook: Five-Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook For Busy People.

Keep clicking to see six featured recipes from the cookbook!

Prosciutto Parmesan Quiche

This light and fluffy quiche makes for a delicious meal at any time of the day (quiche can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner). When I was growing up, quiche was always served on Sundays or when guests came over because it has a super-quick prep time and then it could bake in the oven while we were spending time with family and friends.

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Forbidden Rice Bowl

Black rice—also known as forbidden rice—is deep purple (it looks black, hence the name) but otherwise is similar to Thai jasmine rice or brown rice. It is slightly nutty in taste and goes perfectly with crispy bacon, kale, and Parmesan cheese. Give me a rice bowl for dinner any night and I’m a happy girl. As a matter of fact, I’m not the only one in my house that loves these rice bowls. After coming home from a business trip, my husband said he had missed my rice bowl creations for dinner. Thirty minutes later, I had remedied that. These bowls are super easy to prepare and are great for a quick weeknight meal.

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One-Pot Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Pasta

Who wants to be stuck doing tons of dishes? Not me, that’s for sure. With this one-pot recipe you’ll have a wonderful meal on the table in less than 30 minutes and cleanup will be a breeze. Everyone will love this twist on chicken enchiladas by having them as a pasta dish. This is definitely one weeknight dinner to make tonight.

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Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are one of my father’s favorite dishes. My mother didn’t make them because she thought they took too long, so whenever he saw them in delis, he would buy enough to have for dinner and more to freeze. When I was putting together this cookbook, I wanted to find a way to make stuffed peppers faster and easier, and I did just that—it’s all about finding a rice medley that takes less than two minutes to make. As soon as I started making these, I realized the genius of freezing them: They reheat oh so well. So, if you’re looking for a good make-ahead meal, this is it (they’re still really good straight out of the oven).

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Turkey Taco Salad

My friend who is a busy mom taught me how to make this salad, and now I make it all the time on nights when I’m short on time but want a delicious salad. It takes a total of 20 minutes to make and is great for a quick dinner salad or for lunch the next day.

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Yogurt Chicken and Caramelized Onion Pasta

“There’s something irresistible about this pasta dish to me. The onion caramelizes and combines with the yogurt to make a rich and creamy sauce for pasta. Topped with chicken it is an all around delicious meal.”

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5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]


5 Simple and Quick 5-Ingredient Dinner Recipes

Any mom will appreciate these easy, family-pleasing dishes—just right for yummy weeknight meals.

Mmmmm, tilapia tacos! So easy—and the kids will love these too.

Courtesy of Philia Kelnhofer

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the kitchen on a recipe with a mile-long ingredient list. I’m right there with you. My name is Philia, Phi for short, and I’m all about making dinnertime a little easier and sharing recipes and tips on my food blog, sweetphi.com, and in my new cookbook Fast and Easy Five Ingredient Recipes: A Cookbook for Busy People.

5-ingredient recipes like these will save you time and money—and they’re incredibly delicious too. One quick tip for easy meals: Use proteins that cook fast, whether they already have a quick cooking time (like shrimp, tilapia and tofu) or cutting up the protein up for faster cooking (like cubing chicken). All the recipes in the cookbook are family favorites and come together in a flash. Five ingredients is all it takes to create fantastic dishes, I hope you enjoy these recipes from the book and pick up a copy to use in your kitchen. [Click on recipe titles for instructions.]