One Pot Wonders: Easy and delicious feasting without the hassle (Hardback)Lindsey Bareham (author)
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Not got the ingredients, time or energy for a gourmet meal? Rustle up a mouth-watering one pot wonder to feed the whole family
'100 simple and nutritious recipes for meals packed with flavour without standing at the kitchen sink for hours afterwards' Aldo Zilli, Sunday Express
Whip up soul-soothing comfort food without the pain of endless washing up with One Pot Wonders. With simple ingredients and step-by-step guidance, you can create wholesome, satisfying and time-saving dishes in just - that's right - one pot!
Stand-out recipes include:
* Lindsey's OVEN BAKED MEATBALLS with sweet potato and roasted shallots
* GRILLED HALLOUMI SALAD with avocado and lime
* Cinty's FRENCH FISH PIE
* ARTICHOKE LINGUINI with green olives and parmesan
* CHINESE BELLY PORK NOODLES
* CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY SPONGE SANDWICH
With dishes to suit every appetite, this collection is divided into the following chapters:
* Big Soups
One Pot Wonders brings together big flavours from all around the world in delicious, simple and satisfying recipes that everyone will love - especially your washing up bowl.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 916 g
Dimensions: 252 x 195 x 20 mm
If you read one cookbook this month make it this one. This collection of 100 simple recipes will take the complication out of mid-week meals and help you to make healthier choices that are still packed with flavour. * Great British Food *
Lindsey Bareham is one of those writers - like Elizabeth David or Jane Grigson before her - whose books have the power to change the way people cook and eat. * Sunday Times *
I want to cook every single recipe in this book! -- Nigella Lawson (referring to The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales)
A great read as well as a really useful cookery book. * Waitrose Weekend *
Lindsey Bareham is a star. Her recipes brighten up each day for the desperate domestic cook. Her idea of good food is my idea of good food - easy on the skills, easy on the eye and tremendously tasty. -- Matthew Fort
Not only a collection of great recipes but also a unique glimpse into a terrific cook's kitchen. * Telegraph *
There's no better way to cook than the 'chuck everything in a single pot' way: simple, tasty, hardly any washing up * Sunday Mirror *
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