About the book:
Author Chantal Lascaris is the first to admit that she’s a messy cook, so the concept of dirtying as few dishes as possible and having a clean kitchen in the wink of an eye is really appealing. Yet when one says ‘one-dish cooking’ most people think ‘mid-week stews and casseroles’. Not so! With this collection of almost 80 dishes, Chantal proves that cooking in one pot or pan can be exciting and dinner party worthy. And obviously, delicious. Nor are they only for dinner parties – from breakfasts, a plethora of main courses and side dishes, right through to yummy desserts, you’ll be serving memorable meals to family and friends and still have time to do the things you want to do.
With a focus on seasonal, fresh and healthy options, All Sorts of One-Dish Wonders will become a favourite of home cooks who are looking for the best meals that are also low maintenance and simple to prepare, with a dash of flair.
Contents: Introduction; General conversions; Cooking equipment; Breakfasts; Sides, starters and salads; Fish and seafood; Chicken; Meat; Vegetarian; Cheeses and desserts; Index