“In 20 minutes, it’s ready” Marmiton’s cookbook for cooking efficiently at the start of the school year

At the start of the school year, it’s always the race! It is necessary to resume the rhythm of work and one no longer has time to linger in the kitchen. That’s good, Marmiton offers you a book to slip into your basket for the start of the school year with recipes with a maximum of 20 minutes of preparation.

Do you want to treat yourself at the table, without spending an hour in the kitchen? With the new book “20 minutes and it’s ready”, we give you quick recipes, but not only, there are also plenty of simple tips to put in place on a daily basis to save time: ingredients that are faster to cook than others, organization techniques and tips to be even more efficient đŸ€«. The ideal book for Marmitons in a hurry, but who like to feast!

Marmiton – In 20 minutes it’s ready

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Small bonus, discover 5 express recipes taken from the book to make your mouth water.

Pepper cream gnocchi

Pasta with Lemon Parmesan Sauce

Breaded mozzarella on tomato coulis

Shrimps in express curry

Chili Con Carne Express

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