Traditional Jamaican rice and peas (well kidney beans).
This Jamaican rice and peas one pot dish is a great side dish to a larger Caribbean meal. In Jamaica the beans used for this dish are called 'peas' hence the title. Serve with meat, fish or just by itself.
Spiced cod and basmati rice are baked together to make this traditional Indian one-pot dish. Try serving with grilled poppadoms and Brussels Sprouts with Mustard and Cumin (on this website).
Make this risotto in early summer when locally-grown asparagus is in plentiful supply. Imported varieties are expensive, and don't taste as good because they are less fresh.
This dish is not only wholesome, but also extremely easy to make. It uses a few ingredients that you probably have at hand. The flavouring for the dish, comes from the natural juices of the chicken and the instant soup mix. Feel free to substitute in different flavoured soup granules. Serve with steamed vegetables.
A fantastic one-pan supper that your entire family will love. Rice is combined with onion, green pepper, mince, sweetcorn and passata for a warming meal that needs little else but a green salad.
This one pot nasi goreng is hearty and filling, great eaten by itself as a main course. Add some minced chilli to the pot if you like a bit of a flavour kick.
This lightly curried rice dish makes a simple yet satisfying vegetarian meal, with the chickpeas providing valuable protein. Serve with a yoghurt raita and mango chutney. A fresh, green, baby spinach leaf salad would also make a good accompaniment.
This lightly spiced Anglo-Indian rice dish is an absolute classic and makes a great one-pot lunch or supper.
This is a very quick and easy meal that was passed down to me from my mum, who claims she invented it (I'm not sure that I believe her though). Done in a matter of minutes, great for last minute dinner parties! Guests will enjoy the variety of taste in this meal.