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This title features more than 180 simply delicious one-pot, stove-top and clay-pot casseroles, stews, roasts, tagines and mouthwatering puddings. You can discover the delights of cooking for friends and family using a single pot, with these delightful recipes shown step by step in over 800 practical photographs. It includes recipes such as soups, first courses and side dishes, stove-top stews and casseroles, roasts and pot-roasts, rice and pasta dishes, vegetables and vegetarian main courses, and desserts. Essential information on using classic clay pots, from tagines to tians, plus all you need to know about using chicken bricks, garlic bakers and bean pots. Dishes include chicken with chickpeas and almonds, seafood pie with rosti topping, and simply scrumptious plum charlottes with foamy kirsch sauce. At-a-glance notes provide a complete breakdown for each recipe to help you plan meals. Wonderful comfort food that's both easy to prepare and easy to serve is most people's idea of heaven. This exciting recipe collection covers everything from warming casseroles to tender pot-roasts. There are classic stews and pot-roasts, rice and pasta dishes, recipes for fish and shellfish, and a wide range of vegetarian dishes from vegetable korma to paella. The book includes heartwarming soups, and simple appetizers and side dishes, and even a chapter of wonderful desserts, with classics such as tarte Tatin and bread and butter pudding. With a useful introduction, this inspired book shows just how easy one-pot, slow-pot and clay-pot cooking can be.
|Publication date:||3rd June 2013|
|Publisher:||Southwater an imprint of Anness Publishing|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Main courses, Cooking with specific gadgets,|
Jenni Fleetwood is the author of a number of wonderful cookbooks and is also an established cooking editor. She lives on the coast and loves making the most of fresh ingredients in her cooking. Whether at home or abroad, she likes nothing more than seeking out and sampling the local cuisine. When not wearing her apron, Jenni works as a storyteller and writes children's books. She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers and the Society of Authors.More About Jenni Fleetwood