Irish Book Awards

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One Pot Feeds All

Cooking using just a single pot is liberating, satisfyingly efficient and relatively inexpensive. There’s less juggling of different elements, no complicated techniques, little space required and less washing up to do. What’s not to like? You can cook in one pot for one person or one hundred – all you have to do is scale up or down ingredients – perfect for solo cooks, families and anyone wanting to rustle up a feast for friends.

Including 100 dishes to be cooked in a pot, tray or pan comprising lighter meals, such as soups, baked eggs and frittatas or hearty dishes like stews, tagines and curries, plus about 10 desserts. Chapters are divided into Eggs, Poultry, Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Rice, Grains & Pasta and Sweet Things with an international mix of dishes, including Mexican Fried Eggs, Thai Chicken & Noodle Soup, Moroccan Lamb Tagine, Spanakopita, Chettinad Tomato Rice and Coffee Crema Catalana.

So let ‘gourmet grande dame’ (Nigel Slater) Darina Allen show you how to make her trademark tasty, tried and trusted recipes – in just one pot.