Eighty amazing easy one-pot recipes from around the world – from jambalaya to bouillabaisse, from curries to tagines, to boeuf bourguignon and beyond!
Release Date: October 1st 2015, Trade Paperback, £9.99
A modern twist on the old-fashioned dish.
The Ultimate One-Pot Dishes uses imaginative ingredient combinations to let you create fuss-free, wholesome and tasty meals for the whole year round, from heart-warming winter stews to flavoursome summer tagines. Whether you’re cooking for the family or making meals for one, these recipes are both effortless and delicious, and can be easily frozen so you always have a hearty meal ready to go – and all with very little washing up!
Alan Rosenthal offers 80 one-pot recipes from all over the world, including Chicken and Prawn Jambalaya, Brazilian Black Bean Stew with Chorizo and Smoked Pork, Catalan Fish Stew, Beef in Barolo, and Persian Lamb and Quince Stew.
Economical, tasty, comforting and simple to make at home, this fantastic fully illustrated collection of recipes will appeal to anyone who wants to create mouth-watering meals with minimal fuss!
Alan Rosenthal is a lifelong foodie, his passion particularly fueled by years of traveling and of living in France and Spain, where he worked private chef-ing and in hotel restaurants; and acquired the apparently oxymoronic moniker of “the English boy who can cook”! After working as a chef both abroad and on the London restaurant scene, he started selling pots of stew at his local farmers’ market. After an overwhelmingly positive response to his creations, Alan started compiling a catalogue of recipes that became his inspiration for The Ultimate One-Pot Dishes. Alan has been a guest judge on the Good Food Channel’s cookery show, Perfect. Alan launched his company, Stewed!, in 2007 selling pots of stews to supermarkets. The company then went on to sell hot, premium, one-pot meals throughout the day from hot food kiosks in Reading and Clapham Junction stations.
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