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Pls help - easy one pots/tray bakes

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Blossom4538 Mon 27-Nov-17 20:42:00

Hi all,
I'm desperate to find some more easy one pot/traybake recipes... any recommendations greatly appreciated!

A little sick of pasta but meat based/rice/veg etc...

CoffeebyIV Mon 27-Nov-17 20:58:26

I found a traybake cookbook on ASOS earlier looks great and only 12.99

Blondie1984 Mon 27-Nov-17 23:08:51

Try the BBC Good Food website

Littlelambpeep Mon 27-Nov-17 23:10:48

Chicken and brocolli bake and chicken and chorizo bake are lovely.

Properjob Mon 27-Nov-17 23:11:24

I tried Nigellas Chicken thigh and frozen peas tray bake, I was dubious but hey it was in Waitrose magazine. It was delicious, I was really surprised incredibly easy and quick, and a bit different. And very cheap.

IvorHughJarrs Mon 27-Nov-17 23:11:38

Nigella did some chicken thighs baked on a bed of frozen peas on her programme that looked good

ImTakingTheEssence Mon 27-Nov-17 23:16:27

Fajitas traybake found it on twisted food.
Chicken, peppers onions on a tray with oil and fajita mix. You'd have to watch the video looks nicer than it sounds.

Grunkalunka Tue 28-Nov-17 11:01:57

These are good: I can't get fresh curry leaves so I just leave them out - still great

I roast a pork chop, lamb chops or a piece of chicken with the Briam

I often coat chicken or fish in a spice blend like harissa, chermoula, dukkah, tikka etc and shove it on top of a load of small cubed veg (courgette, pepper, red onion) and sweet potato - only takes about 30 mins in the oven and I might crumble over a bit of feta and some herbs, squeeze of lemon..

kateandme Tue 28-Nov-17 13:03:48

basic base.potatos.sweet or not. peppers.garlic clothes.tomatos.salt pepper drizzle with olive oil.roast.then add choice of meet on top and cook accordingly.pork chops?chicken breast stuff with cream cheese and wrapped with bacon ontop.lamb chops.all go brilliantlt on this tray bake base.
cook some carrot celery leeks onions garlic.add peary barley,wine,stock.cook.add chicken thighs into a dish and oven cook.
beetroot carrot sweet potas.roast.serve with meat of choice either cooked separately or notop
cook some onions and garlic.add peppers.courgettes.add tomato puree tin tomatos and jar of dolmio.add any other veggies or and meat like chicken pork or stewing make it uncious coast the meat in flour or cornflour before adding.lovely one pot served with
bread.jacket.pasta.or dumplings.
go onto good food site and in search bar put on pot or traybakes its will give you great choice.

shhhfastasleep Tue 28-Nov-17 13:13:35

Invest (not very expensive, actually) in a slow cooker.

AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 28-Nov-17 19:10:40

This butterbean and veg stew is a regular here

poisonedbypen Tue 28-Nov-17 19:13:07

Jamie chicken, tomato & potato bake is a firm favourite here

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Tue 28-Nov-17 19:14:31

The Hairy Bikers chicken bake is really good

Scrumptiousbears Tue 28-Nov-17 19:17:30

That hairy bikers Spanish Chicken is amazing.

Turquoise123 Tue 28-Nov-17 19:21:30

Try Just One Pot cookery book .... v good and sounds just the book for you

ginghamstarfish Sat 02-Dec-17 15:10:25

I've just been looking for the same, try searching for sheet pan recipes too, (US term), and loads on Pinterest.

pandacandour Sun 03-Dec-17 06:56:13

This book is great, soso easy and delicious

KERALA1 Sun 03-Dec-17 07:04:20

Nigellas Spanish chicken is fab. Chicken legs and thighs, red onion, chorizo, juice and zest of orange, oregano. In for hour turn once. Delish super easy.

KERALA1 Sun 03-Dec-17 07:06:41

Also Cajun pork.

Fry pork onions peppers garlic. Add Cajun spice some stock tinned tomato cook for an hour or so.

kateandme Sun 03-Dec-17 14:40:19

kerala1 daft question but what does Cajun taste it hot?accidently got some instead of garlic salt haha.but I cant stand spice or chilli.

KERALA1 Sun 03-Dec-17 17:50:44

Like fajitas? Mexican. Abit of a kick if you don't like spicy you may not like but my family inc kids really like it

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