Book review: Foolproof One-Pot by Alan Rosenthal

18 February 2021 by
Book review: Foolproof One-Pot by Alan Rosenthal

In the depths of a seemingly never-ending winter lockdown, the words "one pot" and "comfort food" go hand in hand. Foolproof One-Pot proves that one-pot dishes can be so much more than simple stews and soups, taking readers on a culinary journey around the world. Satay-style roast tempeh and vegetables with coconut gremolata or braised celeriac with miso, shiitake mushrooms and cavolo nero with sesame chilli drizzle couldn't be further from the meaty winter casseroles one might associate with one-pot meals.

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