Three Recipes With 5 or Fewer Ingredients

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Everyone wants to eat well, but complicated recipes with a lot of ingredients not only take a long time to prepare but can increase food waste. These three recipes use less than five ingredients plus staples and are quick and easy to prepare. 

Three Recipes With 5 or Fewer Ingredients

Sweet Mustard Salmon

The mixture of tangy Dijon mustard and rich, brown sugar gives this dish an irresistible flavor. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Combine four tablespoons of Dijon mustard with three tablespoons of brown sugar. Place two salmon fillets on a greased baking pan, season with salt and pepper and cover the top with the mustard mixture. Cook for 10-12 minutes until done. Serve with rice or steamed vegetables.

Frittata With Ham and Cheese 

Easy to make and easy to love, frittatas are as versatile as an omelet, yet classy enough for dinner. Preheat oven to the broil setting. Saute 1/2-inch cubes of ham and brown lightly in a middle-sized, oven-safe skillet. Crack five eggs into a mixing bowl and season with salt and pepper. Add eggs mixture to the hot skillet. Keep the eggs moving with a rubber spatula until just starting to set. Add a handful of your favorite shredded cheese. Place in oven until cheese starts to color. Serve hot with a mesclun salad. 

Sundried Tomatoes, Goat Cheese and Roast Beef Tartine

These tartines make the perfect lunch or light supper. Cut good quality Italian bread into 1/2 slices. Cover each slice well with a tablespoon of goat cheese. Add a thin slice of roast beef and then top with a few sun-dried tomatoes slices. Finish off with a splash of olive oil and freshly ground pepper. Serve with an arugula salad. 

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