We're all so busy this time of year. There's shopping to finish, presents to wrap, lists to make, events to attend, not to mention food shopping, feeding the family, and planning parties and gatherings. One of the best ways to save time yet still serve delicious foods is to limit the ingredient list to five or less. But these five ingredient holiday recipes aren't your run of the mill recipes; they use special and more expensive ingredients to fit the season.
All of these recipes use five ingredients or less, not counting water, oil, flour, salt, pepper, or seasonings. And all are just a bit wonderful, using gourmet ingredients, ingredients that are seasonal and trendy, and special ingredients for celebrating.
And remember, you don't have to limit yourself to these ingredients. Add others you think would be good. And when you make those changes, write them down! It's just too easy to forget exactly how you made a fabulous dish. Write it down so you can reproduce your masterpiece in the years to come.
Five Ingredient Appetizer Recipes
Appetizers are important for all parties, but especially holiday parties, since they set the tone for the evening. And they help keep your guests occupied while you put the finishing touches on dinner. There's nothing nicer than welcoming your guests with some fabulous and impressive appetizers. Only you need to know they are so easy to make!
Five Ingredient Holiday Entree Recipes
Everyone knows how important the main dish is to a dinner menu. These wonderful recipes are impressive and very easy to make. Enjoy Fettuccine Alfredo or Pesto Stuffed Steaks that are ready in minutes. Of course, you could just serve roast turkey or chicken or grill a steak or two!
While the main dish is crucial to a dinner party's success, the side dishes help make the meal. For your party, you want side dishes that are easy to make, or even made ahead of time, so you can concentrate on the entree. But you also want foods that are celebratory and that everyone will love. These recipes come to the rescue every time.
And desserts are the finishing touch to any holiday meal. Of course, you have your own family classics, but often those recipes are really time consuming and difficult to make. These easy recipes are perfect for your holiday dinner party.