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Three Recipes From One Pot Feeds All by Darina Allen

The much loved chef returns with a new book.

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The much-loved Darina Allen is back with a new book, and this one is all about easy and tasty one pot wonders. 

One Pot Feeds all features 100 new recipes, from roasting tin dinners to one pan deserts - perfect for anyone who's time-poor (which is most of us, really).  Simple, tasty dishes that are high on flavour and low on fuss - and washing up. It includes soups, frittatas and hearty dishes like stews, tagines and curries, as well as lots of desserts. The recipes can be scaled up or down, depending on how many people you're feeding.

We have  a trio of recipes from the book for you to try yourself. Check them out below.

Chorizo, Goat’s Cheese And Tomato Frittata

Every teenager should be able to whip up a frittata before they leave school. It’s a brilliant basic recipe to have in your repertoire, a one-pan dish that will feed family and friends. It can, of course, be super simple with just a few fresh herbs and cheese – or you could go all out with some delicious chunky morsels of smoked fish or spicy sausage, goat’s cheese or roast bocconcini, cherry tomatoes and fresh basil leaves. Enjoy for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a picnic, or cut into cubes to serve with drinks. A frittata can be served directly from the pan for a rustic family meal. Frittata were originally cooked on the stove, but nowadays I prefer to bake it gently in the oven.

Try the recipe here.

Frittata
Frittata

Roast Cauliflower With Saffron And Bay Leaves And Crispy Chicken

This roast cauliflower is delicious on its own but also pretty irresistible with some spicy chicken drumsticks. Look out for pul biber, not too hot but really aromatic. I fell in love with them on my first trip to Turkey.

You can get the recipe here

Roast cauliflower with saffron and bay leaves and crispy chicken
Roast cauliflower with saffron and bay leaves and crispy chicken

Chocolate Fudge Pudding With Toasted Hazelnuts And Frangelico Cream

Chocolate puddings run neck and neck with apple tarts as people’s favourite dessert. My version is wickedly rich with a melting texture. It should be moist and gooey in the centre, so don’t overcook it or it will be disappointing and dull. This one is surprisingly good served cold.
Give it a try here

Chocolate fudge pudding with toasted hazelnuts and Frangelico cream
Chocolate fudge pudding with toasted hazelnuts and Frangelico cream

One Pot Feeds All by Darina Allen is published by Kyle Books, €25