Roasting Pan Suppers: Deliciously Simple All-in-one Meals

Hardback

Over 70 delicious and hassle-free meals that you can cook in a single roasting tray or pot. Simply take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work.

Roasting Pan Suppers is filled to the brim with over 70 delicious meals that you can cook in a single roasting pan or pot.

Take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work. In hardly more time than it takes to cook a ready meal, you can have a home-cooked, nutritious feast.

Featuring vibrant meals, from ginger and turmeric chicken with potato and chickpea curry to lamb steaks in mojo verde with roast potatoes and green pepper, Roasting Pan Suppers is perfect for anyone wanting to squeeze nutritious home made meals into a busy lifestyle. The book also contains delicious vegan and vegetarian meals, including mushrooms stuffed with rice, spinach and pine nuts and baked pearl barley, peas, beans and green sauce.

Filled with fresh, delicious and hassle-free meals, this book is perfect for anyone who wants to cook up nutritious food and avoid a sink full of washing up.

RRP: £14.99

ISBN

978-1-911358-85-5

Publication Date

03-09-2020

Format

Hardback

Pages

144 pages

Dimensions

199x241mm

Author

Rosie Sykes and National Trust Books

Rosie Sykes is a food writer, menu consultant and chef who has cooked in the kitchens of some of Britain’s best-loved chefs, including Alastair Little and Joyce Molyneux. Following the success of her critically acclaimed gastropub, The Sutton Arms in Smithfields, London, Rosie quickly became one of the most exciting chefs working in the UK, and spent two years writing for the Guardian’s Weekend magazine as The Kitchen Doctor. Rosie went on to author The Sunday Night Book (2017) and co-author of The Kitchen Revolution (2008).

Product Description

Over 70 delicious and hassle-free meals that you can cook in a single roasting tray or pot. Simply take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work.

Roasting Pan Suppers is filled to the brim with over 70 delicious meals that you can cook in a single roasting pan or pot.

Take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work. In hardly more time than it takes to cook a ready meal, you can have a home-cooked, nutritious feast.

Featuring vibrant meals, from ginger and turmeric chicken with potato and chickpea curry to lamb steaks in mojo verde with roast potatoes and green pepper, Roasting Pan Suppers is perfect for anyone wanting to squeeze nutritious home made meals into a busy lifestyle. The book also contains delicious vegan and vegetarian meals, including mushrooms stuffed with rice, spinach and pine nuts and baked pearl barley, peas, beans and green sauce.

Filled with fresh, delicious and hassle-free meals, this book is perfect for anyone who wants to cook up nutritious food and avoid a sink full of washing up.

ISBN

978-1-911358-85-5

Publication Date

03-09-2020

Format

Hardback

Pages

144 pages

Dimensions

199x241mm

Product Description

Over 70 delicious and hassle-free meals that you can cook in a single roasting tray or pot. Simply take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work.

Roasting Pan Suppers is filled to the brim with over 70 delicious meals that you can cook in a single roasting pan or pot.

Take a handful of fresh ingredients, spend a few minutes preparing them, pop them in a pan and let the oven do the work. In hardly more time than it takes to cook a ready meal, you can have a home-cooked, nutritious feast.

Featuring vibrant meals, from ginger and turmeric chicken with potato and chickpea curry to lamb steaks in mojo verde with roast potatoes and green pepper, Roasting Pan Suppers is perfect for anyone wanting to squeeze nutritious home made meals into a busy lifestyle. The book also contains delicious vegan and vegetarian meals, including mushrooms stuffed with rice, spinach and pine nuts and baked pearl barley, peas, beans and green sauce.

Filled with fresh, delicious and hassle-free meals, this book is perfect for anyone who wants to cook up nutritious food and avoid a sink full of washing up.

Author

Rosie Sykes and National Trust Books

Rosie Sykes is a food writer, menu consultant and chef who has cooked in the kitchens of some of Britain’s best-loved chefs, including Alastair Little and Joyce Molyneux. Following the success of her critically acclaimed gastropub, The Sutton Arms in Smithfields, London, Rosie quickly became one of the most exciting chefs working in the UK, and spent two years writing for the Guardian’s Weekend magazine as The Kitchen Doctor. Rosie went on to author The Sunday Night Book (2017) and co-author of The Kitchen Revolution (2008).