Make one-pot meals any time of the day — it’s that easy!
The magic of one-pot cooking is a dream come true for busy singles, couples and families alike. Recipes that are simple, healthy, and easy should be non-negotiable. This cookbook gives you just that — quick, delicious meals that take less than half the time. Australian Women’s Weekly One Pot shows you how to make stews, tray bakes, paella, pies and other family-friendly recipes. Included in this recipe book are:
• More than 90 recipes and variations, all photographed and with a fresh, modern design. • Unique recipes not found in any of the other Australian Women’s Weekly cookbooks. • Ingredients that are recognizable and readily available in all markets. • A range of cuisines, types of dishes and dietary needs, creating balanced everyday meals. • A mixture of classic recipes and innovative ideas.
Delicious meals in a single pot
You can create a feast in just one pot! Low-carb food, easy dinners, and wholesome family favorites — all in a few simple steps. Packed full of recipes from all over the world and covering both stove-top and oven cooking, this book shows you how to cook for flavor with ease and speed in a single pot, pan, wok, or tray.
Recipes in this inspiring book are tried and tested and celebrate simplicity, great produce, and multicultural living. Go from “I don’t know what to make” to one-pot chef extraordinaire!
More in the series
The Australian Women’s Weekly series of cookbooks are creative, accessible, reliable branded recipe books with fresh photography and a modern design. Other books in this series include Australian Women’s Weekly Vegetarian, Australian Women’s Weekly Baking, and Australian Women’s Weekly Mediterranean.
About the Author
Australian Women's Weekly is one of Australia's top-selling and most widely read magazines. Established in 1993, the magazine is a monthly staple for a huge demographic and remains immensely popular for its beautifully presented, on-trend recipes, which can be found both in print and in their extensive online archive.