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Have only tried one recipe so far - cheese crackers. They went down well but we all agreed it lacked a little something. If I make them again I would add seasoning of some sort, salt, cayenne or even a spread of marmite. The book itself looks interesting but I wish I had bought the paperback instead of the kindle edition - me being old fashioned I suppose.
I suppose it’s difficult to produce three-ingredient recipes without incorporating combination items such as bounty bars etc. but I wouldn’t want to cook with junk food, so didn’t find many recipes I would actually use.
Good concept and some great ideas. Having only 3 ingredients gives you the confidence to try new things. Found some of the instructions a little sparse though and had to google 'how to' which lets the book down.
The title intrigued me and I read it from cover to cover out of curiosity. After seeing Jamie Oliver's 5 ingredient cookery programme I wondered how much simpler cookery could become. HOWEVER, these are some seriously unhealthy recipes so I am never going to try them. Even the healthy looking author does not look as though she could possibly have been living on this stuff. So, unless you want to develop Type 2 Diabetes, acne, or maybe constipation, I would not recommend this book.