Take One Pot Super simple recipes cooked in one pot, full stop Georgina Fuggle
- Web Price: £11.99
- RRP: £14.99
- 240 x 210 x 16mm
- 10 Jan 2013
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The beauty of cooking in one pot is that it involves minimal fuss. All the recipes can be created in just one single vessel – the roasting tin, the casserole, the deep frying pan and the baking dish, so no specialist equipment is required. For when you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen, you can make a speedy risotto or a quick and hearty Potato, Prosciutto and Rosemary Soup. When you are hankering after a slow-cooked meal, there is Plump Whiting, Butterbean and Red Pepper Stew and Burgundy Beef Shin with Stilton Dumplings. Traditional favourites include Whole Roast Chicken with Roasted Lemons and Cassoulet and recipes using more unusual ingredients like Beef, Prune and Ginger Casserole. There are vegetarian friendly dishes such as Sweet Potato and Coconut Dhal. As well as main meals there are also a variety of side dishes, like Creamy Paprika Dauphinoise and Oozy Ham and Thyme Gratin. The recipes cater to cooks of all levels of expertise and include tips on how to get ahead, recipe variations and serving ideas. Whether you’re cooking a family meal or a quick supper, Take One Pot delivers satisfying and comforting food.
'Georgina Fuggle offers more than 90 creative and seasonal recipes that don't involve a mountain of washing up and are perfect for both the timid and confident cook, those short of kitchen space, on a budget or anyone who just enjoys fuss-free food' Choice Magazine
'These simple one-pot wonders from newcook-on-the-block Georina Fuggle are fuss-free and full of seasonal flavours' Delicious
'Beautiful photography' Great British Food
‘Georgina Fuggle’s recipes are charmingly quirky; and her recipes mark her out as a name to watch in the world of food writing’ The Countryman
Georgie Fuggle is a young chef who has trained at Leith’s, worked for Green & Black’s and then as a food stylist. She has also run two pop-up restaurants in London called Hart & Fuggle.