Save yourself from lots of washing up with these one pot soups, stews, casseroles and lots of other deliciously easy one-pot recipes. We have loads of delicious recipe ideas that all the family will enjoy.
This is a hearty, warm and healthy soup. Easy to make for beginners. I came up with this recipe when I was looking for a soup to make for my partner and I to take to work for lunch. I needed something that would last at least 6 portions and that would be suitable for freezing. I wanted to ensure I was keeping the budget low and the goodness high so opted for swede instead of potato and beans instead of meat. I believe this soup would be to everyone's liking, even the kids.
Easy to make beef stew. Serve with mashed potatoes or buttery bread. Takes about 3 hours but is worth the wait :)
I love pilau rice, so I came up with this Indian-inspired version that is a meal in itself!
An updated version of an old favourite. This pretty pie combines lean meat with lots of fresh vegetables, all topped with crisp and light filo pastry.
This is a classic Swiss tomato fondue, with Gruyere and Emmental cheeses.
Enjoy the taste of the Mediterranean with this vegetarian pie. It's packed with vegetables and chickpeas cooked in red wine with tomatoes and Italian herbs, and is topped with a Parmesan, sun-dried tomato and fresh basil mash. Serve with a seasonal green vegetable, such as Savoy cabbage, for extra vitamins and minerals.
Slim pasta spirals called fusilli are delicious cooked in a casserole of beef and vegetables. The dried, uncooked pasta is added towards the end of the cooking time so that it retains its al dente texture while still absorbing the savoury flavours of the meat, vegetables and oregano in the rich stew.
The coconut and the spices complement each other beautifully. An easy dish that goes well over noodles, rice or pasta.
This scrumptious curried lamb dish is prepared with everyday ingredients – most you probably have to hand right now – yet you'll be surprised by its authentic flavour. We've used the leanest cut of lamb.
This is extremely spicy dish and very popular in South East Asia, especially in Singapore, Malaysia and the Phillipines. There are many variations to this traditional dish, and I'll try to be as close to the real thing as I can with my version. Don't worry, you can easily get the ingredients at any Asian supermarket. Serve with white rice and a big smile.