Dinner's in the Oven: Simple One-Pan Meals by Rukmini Iyer

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  • Herb-stuffed trout with roasted sweet potatoes and red onion

    • TrishaCP on January 10, 2019

      This was really delicious- great flavor for simple ingredients. (Gotta love my good friend tarragon, which was lovely with these ingredients.) We couldn’t get trout so subbed whole branzino instead. For the potatoes, we used a mandolin to get them very thin. They were just cooked through in the specified time, so I would do that again.

  • Five-spice pork chops with roasted sweet potatoes, ginger & garlic

    • TrishaCP on February 12, 2019

      I really loved the flavors of the star anise with the sweet potatoes- it really permeated the potatoes. The spring onions are a must for freshness.

    • Nichill on February 13, 2019

      This worked really well. We were impressed with the flavours of the vegetables.

  • Super-simple salmon à la pesto with Israeli couscous, watercress & lemon

    • TrishaCP on January 13, 2019

      This was very flavorful and certainly really simple. It has never occurred to me to put pesto on top of fish and then bake, but I will certainly do this again. The one flaw, and it may have been execution on our part, was that the couscous was unevenly cooked. Some of it was mushy, and some was just fine.

    • emma_clare on May 18, 2019

      This was delicious and extremely simple. I would definitely make it again. Seemed like more than the sum of its parts. Following @TrishaCP's comment about the couscous cooking unevenly, I made sure to distribute it very evenly in the pan, and I also left it soaking in the stock for a little while as I prepared the salmon. This seemed to do the trick and it all cooked through.

  • Honey-roasted carrots & parsnips with quinoa & arugula

    • TrishaCP on January 16, 2019

      Another winner from this book. I thought the cook time would be too long for the carrots and parsnips, but it was spot on. The quinoa was also cooked perfectly. My one quibble is the instruction to seal the pan with foil after adding the quinoa- this means sealing it after the tin's been in the hot oven. That's easier said than done if you don't want to get burned!

  • Crispy baked gnocchi with tomatoes, basil, mozzarella & pine nuts

    • alexthepink on May 08, 2019

      I added roast courgettes. The gnocchi didn't crisp, but this may be my terrible oven. It was still delicious though!

  • Roasted lamb with apricots, pistachios, mint & pearled barley

    • saladdays on January 05, 2019

      This was good. The ras el hanout was a bit subtle, might use a bit more if I cook it again. I cooked it for 45 minutes rather than an hour as I was concerned that the lamb would be overcooked. The lamb was fine but the pearl barley was a bit undercooked. There is a lemon in the ingredients but no mention of it in the method so I squeezed over the top before serving!

  • Tarragon roasted chicken with potatoes, onions & garlic

    • Pamsy on January 11, 2019

      My first recipe from this book. Very easy to put together and not a lot of washing up. No Charlotte potatoes so used our own, peeled and cut into 2cm chunks. No tarragon so used thyme instead. My chicken was only 1.35kg so roasted for 1hr 20mins but would reduce by 10mins next time. Will definitely try again with different herbs.

  • Olive & pine nut-crusted cod with roasted red onion & cherry tomatoes

    • JJ2018 on May 24, 2019

      Quick and easy evening dinner served with a little broccoli and couscous.

  • Goat cheese, red pepper, mushroom & pesto fusilli

    • JJ2018 on June 04, 2019

      Tasty pasta bake. Really enjoyed the pesto and goats cheese combo but it isn’t different enough or special enough I’d rush back to make it again

  • Spelt with chorizo, sweet potato, red onion & spinach

    • JJ2018 on June 06, 2019

      This was a miss for us. After allotted time I had hard ingredients in soup of stock. Uncovered and cooked for another 30mins and had cooked ingredients but it felt like a pile of individual things not a melded dish. Won’t repeat

  • Smoky sausage, sweet potatoes & red onions

    • UKangelaW on September 24, 2018

      Gorgeous, but 4t of smoked paprika makes it way too spicy. I’d reduce it to 3 next time. The kid drank many glasses of milk while soldiering through this!!

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  • ISBN 10 1452168598
  • ISBN 13 9781452168593
  • Published Mar 06 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Chronicle Books

Publishers Text

Enjoy easy and healthy one pan weeknight dinners without any fuss.

Fresh, simple, delicious... and simple! This vibrant cookbook is a comprehensive guide to creating tasty and quick one pan meals for any time or day of the week. With 75 satisfying one pan meals, there is something for all friends and family to enjoy, including:

- Chipotle Chicken Wings with Sweet Potato Wedges
- Crispy Baked Gnocchi with Tomatoes, Basil, Mozzarella and Pine Nuts
- Steam-Roasted Salmon and Broccoli with Lime, Ginger, Garlic and Chile

These clever dishes are the ideal solution for busy home cooks looking to eat nutritious food made from scratch. Each recipe is enough to feed four or two with leftovers. Bright, fresh photography pairs perfectly with these easy recipes that offer a modern, elevated twist for dinner.


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