For this fricasée, a selection of colourful vegetables is lightly cooked in a tarragon-flavoured stock, which is finished with crème fraîche to make a wonderful, creamy coating sauce. Serve with wholegrain or seeded bread, for a delicious, satisfying meal.
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.
I've been making this for my family for over 30 years. Its been changed over the years and has evolved. This is a really tasty and filling dish that is cheap to make and the whole family will enjoy. Do try to include the ground cumin, it adds a depth of flavour that is subtle but brings out the taste of the other ingredients. This dish is great served with dumplings and it tastes great left until the next day and warmed through. Try substituting swede for the potatoes.
This is a dish from the Eastern seaboard of America, where the pork and beans are traditionally simmered slowly in an earthenware casserole. It is the kind of dish that you can prepare ahead and leave to bubble away while you tend to other things. Baked jacket potatoes and crusty bread are perfect for soaking up the delicious sauce.
Prawn curry combined with a healthy serving of veg makes a simple and healthy one-pot dinner. The sweet, sumptuous prawns make this easy meal rich enough for a special occasion.
Fantastic for using up meat leftovers like lamb or beef, especially from a weekend roast. This is an easy one pot dish and perfect for midweek suppers.
This lovely slow cooked one pot venison casserole is hearty and full of flavour, perfect as a warming supper in the cold months.
Quick one-pot basmati rice dish, with smoky flavours similar to a Mediterranean paella. Delicious by itself or with a salad.
A Mexican inspired take on beef stew, that includes chillies, peppers, tomatoes, cumin and garlic. It calls for the meat to be browned in lard, but olive oil could be used instead.