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It seems that IKEA has a special mission on this planet - to make everything that is possible easier and more accessible. Now the rule "collect yourself" applies not only to furniture, but also to dishes! The company released a series of illustrated recipes: never before cooking was so elementary, and at the same time thoughtful to the smallest detail.
With the help of Toronto-based marketing company Leo Burnett, IKEA came up with Cook This Page, a collection of recipes printed on parchment paper.
Illustrated recipes include images necessary ingredients, all the information on their number and other details. All you have to do is lay out your ingredients where they're marked on the page.
And that's not all: posters are printed on parchment paper using safe food colors. When all the ingredients are in place, the sheet can be easily folded and sent it to the oven. The creations have not yet appeared in the stores, but present a few striking examples.
A Scandinavian take on the Italian classics: ravioli with Swedish meatballs
Step : 2 A little salt and garlic
Step : 3 Oregano leaf
Step : 4 wrap sheet
Step : 5 Send it in the oven
Salmon with lemon and herbs is a restaurant dish that can easily be prepared at home with an IKEA leaf
Step : 2 Pepper, onion powder, salt
Step : 3 Bon Appetit
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