Pork and red wine stew with porcini and chestnuts recipe
Hearty and super-satisfying – this warming one-pot is the ultimate comfort food. Use a gutsy red wine such as Cabernet Sauvignon to stand up against the robust flavours of pork and porcini. Serve with creamy mashed potatoes
Polish sausage and beans with quick pickled cabbage recipe
Sausages, beans and quick pickled cabbage make up this delicious Polish-inspired one pot recipe by Melissa Hemsley
One-pot chicken with spring veg recipe
This is a great one-pot alternative to a roast chicken dinner as the veg are cooked in the stock, absorbing all the delicious flavours
Middle Eastern lamb pilaf recipe
I usually add merguez sausages to this pilaf, but smoky chorizo works well too. Serve with a crunchy chopped salad as a textural contrast, and some yogurt or tzatziki on the side
Korean-style stew with marinated tofu pieces
Thank goodness for pre-marinated tofu pieces. With all the hard work already done, all you really need to do is add them to your favourite dish. They have bags of texture and flavour. Even the most fervent of tofu-phobes have succumbed to the delights of these ready-to-use pieces.
Miso soup bowl with prawns
It's true – this is a no-cook soup! You just need a kettle of boiling water to soak the noodles and make up the miso soup. Chilli and coriander prawns add an extra layer of flavour, but unflavoured ones work well too.