'Cooking Light The Complete Quick Cook' on Serious Eats

Cooking Light The Complete Quick Cook's Roasted Cauliflower, Chickpeas, and Olives

For this Roasted Cauliflower, Chickpeas, and Olives the oven is cranked up to a scorching 450°, a temperature that browns the cauliflower florets to a golden crisp, roasts the roughly chopped garlic giving at a mellow spice, and renders the olives and chickpeas crunchy-chewy all in about 22 minutes. It's one of those fantastically simple sides that can be tossed together in a manner of minutes but once it comes out of the oven is filled with wonderfully complex tastes and textures. More

Cooking Light's Red Cooking Tofu

If you're one of those tofu averse cooks who has been discouraged by too many crumbly, mushy tofu recipes, we encourage you to give this one a shot. The quick-cooking process ensures that your tofu cubes stay intact while still having a chance to soak up all of that spicy-delicious red sauce. More

Cooking Light's Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwiches with Fig and Honey

These Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwiches with Fig and Honey from Cooking Light The Complete Quick Cook by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough might just revolutionize your morning breakfast routine. Spreading cinnamon raisin bread with honey and lemon zest-spiked goat cheese, fig jam, and little shreds of basil, all toasted together until good and gooey brings to mind a plate of stuffed French toast minus nearly all of the effort. More

Cook the Book: 'Cooking Light The Complete Quick Cook'

This week we're catering to all of the real cooks out there with the help of Cooking Light The Complete Quick Cook from one of our favorite cookbook writing duos, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. Unlike other cookbooks that promise meals in minutes, Weinstein and Scarbrough have assembled a virtual quick-cooking boot camp complete with 10 indispensable time-saving secrets, a pantry check list, tips on cookware and technique, and plenty more. Enter to win the cookbook here. More

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