5 Ingredient Fix with Claire Robinson
I just found this show a couple of weeks ago and have enjoyed watching it. She's not gimmicky so she's easy to watch. Here's what she covered on this morning's episode:
Anyone else liking this one? I think the 5-ingredient approach is smart and also get a kick out of the outtakes at the end of the show--it reminds me of Rick Steves and how he ends his travel shows).
I haven't seen this show, but I checked out your link, and the premise reminds me of Rozanne Gold's 1-2-3 cookbooks (Recipes 1-2-3, Healthy 1-2-3, Entertaining 1-2-3, etc.), where the recipes all have only 3 ingredients (plus water, salt, pepper). They are not necessarily uncomplicated, though, as sometimes the ingredients would be used two or three different ways within each recipe. Just think how much expanding the list to 5 ingredients changes the parameters! I have made a couple of Gold's recipes that are quite good, and even better when one or two flavor-enhancing ingredients are added, as Val did with her chicken (ex., chicken breasts with roasted grapes and grape sauce, duck breasts with pomagranate molasses).