The Single Guy Cookbook: How to Cook Comfort Food Favorites Faster, Easier and Cheaper than Going Out

The Single Guy Cookbook: How to Cook Comfort Food Favorites Faster, Easier and Cheaper than Going Out

Avi Shemtov

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 1624141153

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Delicious and Easy Man-Centric Food To Wow a Crowd or Party of One

There comes a time in every man's life when he has to step away from the microwave. With the help of Avi's man-centric recipes, techniques and commentary, you'll build confidence in the kitchen-and you'll have some pretty amazing meals to show for it.

Dishes are geared toward cooking the perfect burger, using leftovers to make a gourmet meal that'll wow your family, impressing a date, saving money, feeding the guys on game day and just flat out making an easy, hearty meal you can sit down and enjoy alone. Recipes include Sizzling Skillet Steak and Twice (Sort of) Baked Potato, Kick-Ass Fish Tacos, Lazy Lasagna for 1, Stupid-Easy Pot Roast and Mind-Blowing Meatballs with Ziti.

With The Single Guy Cookbook, you'll make delicious and awe-inspiring dishes that you'll be proud to place in front of any person who enters your man cave, and most importantly, you.













a burger that’s really hard to dry out, has awesome flavor and, when covered in makeup and avocado, has you dying to get it in its birthday suit! MAKES 8 SERVINGS 1½ lb (680 g) ground beef (I like 80/20) 1½ lb (680 g) hot Italian sausage, removed from the casings 2 eggs � cup (60 g) dry unseasoned bread crumbs 1 tsp (5 g) salt 1 tsp (2 g) black pepper 1 tsp (3 g) granulated garlic 8 slices Swiss cheese (optional) � cup (60 ml) vegetable oil if using a frying pan instead of a grill FOR

powder, salt, jalapeño, milk, corn and the reserved corn liquid. Use a fork or spoon to mix it up, but not too much; leave it lumpy. Stirring the mix too much will make the poppers rubbery. Heat the oil in a medium-size frying pan over medium heat. In 3 to 5 minutes test the oil by sprinkling in a little flour. If it sizzles, the oil is hot enough and you’re ready. Coat the cheese strips in the batter and use a spoon to place them in the hot oil. It’s better to overdo the batter in this step, so

it’s cooked through, in which case, the results of this meal are no longer guaranteed—ha ha.) Remove the hens from the oven and place on serving plates to rest. Drain the pan drippings into a small saucepan and heat over medium heat. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons (8 to 16 g) of the flour and cook for 2 minutes, stirring constantly, to make a smooth paste. Slowly add the remaining 1 cup (240 ml) of chicken broth, stirring until smooth. Cut each hen in half on a cutting board. Serve the hens,

to make sure it doesn’t burn on the bottom. Make sure that the sauce boils a little bit—it had raw chicken in it and otherwise won’t be safe to eat, bro. Once everything is ready, microwave any extra cauliflower stuffing until warm and put it on a plate. Put the chicken on top of it, and pour your sauce over all. Delicious. ALMOST MEAT LOAF No question red meat is something worth avoiding if you’re trying to be heart healthy. Meat loaf is tasty because it’s fatty and juicy. So when you switch

really easy lightly-fried shrimp, some liquid heat and fresh veggies. MAKES 1 SERVING 2 cups (475 ml) canola oil 1 cup (125 g) all-purpose flour 1 cup (170 g) cornmeal Pinch of salt Pinch of cracked black pepper 2 cups shrimp, peeled, deveined 1 cup (85 g) coleslaw mix (veggies only!) 2 tsp (10 ml) hot sauce, such as Frank’s RedHot 1 dill pickle, diced small 1 tsp (7 ml) honey 2 tbsp (28 ml) mayo 1 bakery-fresh French roll 1 tsp (2 g) Cajun seasoning Heat the oil in a large frying

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