We gotta admit - we’re pretty proud of this one. Our One-Pot Wonders cookbook is the easiest, most inventive book we’ve published yet.
You know why?
It does exactly what it says on the tin. All 40 recipes can be whipped up in One. Single. Pot. Even desserts! Hearty but affordable, meals that take hardly any time to prepare (or wash up after) = less time faffing about in the kitchen, more time with the fam. Most of these dishes are under $5 a serve. Some are less than $3. Ka-ching!
Sarah’s pretty chuffed with this book. Here’s why: “Pretty much all my food philosophies, cooking practices and eating approaches come together in the notion of the one-pot meal. Quitting sugar means quitting processed food, which means eating real food, which means you have to cook. But cooking doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be simple. And cheap. And it should be.
"This is where this book kicks in. All the recipes use the whole ingredient, a bunch of our basics use up any of the leftovers, and the simplicity of creating dinner in Just One Step means we all cook more and get through ingredients sitting at the back of the fridge. Right?”
We take convenience to the next level...
We’ve included a whole section on Sunday Cookups: big, waste-free, flavorful dinners you can cook on the weekend PLUS we share a stack of clever recipes to use up any leftovers in the week ahead.
One-Pot Wonders is great for families...
...or roommates, or dinner parties. All our One Pot Wonder savoury recipes serve four people or more, and our desserts can feed 12 hungry pudding lovers! (We know, we tried it out at IQS HQ.)
It’s budget-friendly and sustainable too…
Where else can you find a dinner recipe for just TWO DOLLARS a serve? Sarah got us thinking of clever ways to stretch whole, affordable foods you can buy locally like garden greens or meat off-cuts. We won’t send you hunting around for chlorella or camu camu. Promise.
Inside this book: All of the Basics Get ahead Sunday Cook-Ups All-in-One Weekday Meals Slap-Dash Dinners One-Pot Soups and Stews Desserts that cheat the system