Advanced search

Favourite one pot recipes?

(6 Posts)
MrsMeow Tue 04-Feb-14 20:08:42

I've lost 2 st on SW so far but am getting really fed up of eating the same things all the time. I'm not a very adventurous cook so tend to stick to recipes where I can just throw all the ingredients in the same pan and make enough to last for a few meals (work long hours).

Can I ask you to share your favourites? I'm getting sick of magic soup and bolognaise!

lilypink1977 Wed 05-Feb-14 23:02:34

Do u have a slow cooker? The shwarz packets of spices are fab especially the chicken curry one & syn free (unless someone tells me different?!!) the beef bourginion on the SW website is fab too :0)

chloeb2002 Thu 06-Feb-14 11:09:59

I do lots of slow cooker foods! From jacket potato. Then add beans, prawns, chicken.. Or beef slow cooked into a curry with fat free yogurt curry powder, chilli, garam masala. Or just beef and I syn gravy and slow cook them up

santasballsackisnolonger Thu 06-Feb-14 16:25:16

I like the beef and bean hotpot its serious confort food for when its dark n cold

MrsMeow Fri 07-Feb-14 18:58:42

thanks ever so much everyone! I do have a slow cooker, had no idea that the schwartz packets were syn free. Just the slow cooker ones? I actually bought a sausage and bean casserole one earlier. Love the sound of the beef and bean smile

chloeb do you do the jacket potatoes in the slow cooker?

i made slow cooker tuna & tagliatelle last night, was lovely!

chloeb2002 Sun 09-Feb-14 00:48:57

Yes.. Just stick potatoes in.. Either low or high depending how long you have! Great crispy potatoes.. Funny twice I have asked my au pair to cook them.. First time they were peeled.. Stuck in water chopped up.. The next time they were whole in water! Good to note.. The first lot made amazing mash.. Second lot I just took out and chucked in the oven to crisp up!grin

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: