5 one-pot recipes for stress-free mealtimes

By Aug 4, 2020 Recipes

If you’re a fan of cooking but less keen on doing the dishes, then you’re in luck. 

Making a delicious dinner doesn’t always have to involve a pile of pans. With our simple, speedy one-pot recipes, spend more time doing what you love and less time modelling the marigolds!

Chicken, chorizo and vegetable bake with mojo sauce

Enjoy the flavours of Spain with this spice-infused tray bake. Here, we marinate chicken with a spiced butter, and serve with roasted veggies and plenty of smoky chorizo. To finish, the mojo sauce packs a punch in flavour with its generous helping of garlic, chilli and spices. It’s a real palate pleaser!

For the full chicken, chorizo and vegetable bake recipe, click here. 

Faki cypriot rice and lentil stew with spinach 

Whip up this traditional cypriot stew in just 40 minutes. Faki, which simply means ‘lentils’ in Greek, is a rice and lentil stew which is one of the most commonly eaten dishes in Cyprus. Packed with nutrients, enjoy this healthy dinner with warm pitta breads and an ice-cold drink for the ultimate holiday dish.

For the full faki Cypriot rice and lentil stew recipe, click here.

Cheesy mushroom orzo risotto with rocket salad

Nothing says comfort food like a bowl of creamy risotto. Though this recipe falters from the traditional arborio rice and instead uses orzo – a type of pasta, it still maintains the same indulgent tastes and textures. Some may see risottos as a labour of love, but this recipe only requires 10 minutes of simmering and stirring. It’ll be on the table in no time!

For the full mushroom orzo risotto recipe, click here.

Tandoori spiced salmon with vegetables and cucumber raita

Tray bakes make for the perfect one-pot recipes, and we’ve another here for you to try (order it as part of your upcoming weekly menu here.) Top salmon fillets with a spicy yoghurt marinade and bake alongside roasted veggies for a simple but delicious weeknight dinner. 

For the full tandoori salmon recipe, click here.

BBQ chicken and bean hot pot

Taking inspiration from cowboy beans – a popular dish in the south-west of America, this recipe is packed full of smoky, barbecue flavours. Using just one skillet, simply follow our step-by-step recipe to create a quick and easy dinner – on the table in just 30 minutes. 

For the full chicken and bean hot pot recipe, click here. 

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