The Quick Roasting Tin by Rukmini Iyer

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  • Quick chicken, leek & chorizo pie

    • lilham on April 13, 2020

      This was in my regular rotation in the winter just passed. Very easy to put together and the children loved it.

  • Crispy baked cod with herby broccoli, peas & beans

    • lilham on October 08, 2020

      This is quick and easy. The cod tastes good if you like pesto on fish. The veg is bland. If you add the butter bean at the start, they are over cooked when the fish is ready. But if you add it at the end, they are too cold to my taste. (The recipe suggest adding at the start or end only). All in all, this isn’t great, but an acceptable low effort dinner.

  • Spiced lamb meatballs with sumac roasted cauliflower & pomegranate

    • joneshayley on February 03, 2020

      Very nice and so easy to prepare. Exactly the kind of meal you want after a hard day's work - delicious, unexpected and fast. I served with vegetable cous cous.

  • One pot peanut chilli chicken with tomato rice

    • joneshayley on January 07, 2020

      This is brilliant! The rice cooked perfectly, with a good crust at the bottom, the chicken was tender and juicy. I added extra veg (leeks- but could use broccoli/peas/shallot/ peppers) and halved the amount of meat . Perfectly served four and was one of the easiest meals I’ve made.

  • Breakfast pancake with berries & lemon butter

    • Lepa on May 17, 2020

      This is nice and easy. It's basically a ricotta cake that isn't very sweet. I was tempted to serve it with maple syrup but used the lemon butter in the recipe instead and that was a good call. I thought it was odd the recipe didn't have any salt and I would add a bit next time- maybe a teaspoon? Also, adding lemon zest to the pancake would be nice. Overall, this is an interesting formula that I anticipate returning to often for a nice, easy breakfast to several a crowd.

  • Tandoori-style salmon with spiced roasted sweet potatoes, tomatoes & red onion

    • Lepa on May 13, 2020

      This was just okay. It's a odd mixture of ingredients but I had read a good review of this recipe and decided to try it. The timing all worked out perfectly but I didn't love the taste. This is the first recipe I tried from this book so it was a bummer that I didn't like it more.

    • MADCH82 on August 29, 2020

      Brilliant - great flavours. Spicy. Sweet. Easy. Healthy. On a more general note with this book... Having difficulty making sure everything is cooked right in oven - salmon was done - potatoes weren’t. But probably more due to my oven than anything else.

  • Lightly roasted chickpea, halloumi & red onion salad with coriander & giant cous cous

    • Lepa on May 29, 2020

      This is easy to put together and pretty good but not super exciting. I added a fair amount of lemon juice and salt at the end and that helped.

    • MADCH82 on September 17, 2020

      Easy, good lunchbox idea, something different. Smokiness of piment finishes it off. Also added more lemon and salt.

  • Kerala prawn curry

    • MADCH82 on October 06, 2020

      very yummy, slightly too spicey for our liking

  • Baked eggs with asparagus soldiers

    • MADCH82 on August 29, 2020

      Not the season for asparagus. But egg was brilliant - especially with good sourdough bread!

  • Saffron fish stew with fennel & leeks

    • MADCH82 on October 06, 2020

      yummy, but not a lot of flavour. fish stock important.

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  • ISBN 10 1529110068
  • ISBN 13 9781529110067
  • Published May 30 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Square Peg

Publishers Text

**The latest in the bestselling Roasting Tin series**

All 75 recipes in The Quick Roasting Tin take less than 10 minutes to prepare and a maximum of 30 minutes in the oven.

For anybody wanting delicious home-made food which is wonderfully quick and easy. From worknight dinners to family favourites, make-ahead lunchboxes to date night feasts, these are simple crowd-pleasing meals you will want to cook time and time again.

Simply add your ingredients to a tin, pop it in the oven and hey presto: 30 minutes to yourself, a delicious meal, and minimal washing up!

Praise for The Green Roasting Tin:
‘This book will earn a place in kitchens up and down the country’ Nigella Lawson
'It's a boon for any busy household' Jay Rayner


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