What is One Pot Cooking
As the name suggests, one-pot cooking is a style of meal preparation where all the ingredients are cooked using only one pot. It’s a convenient way to enjoy a delicious dinner without dirtying all the pots and pans in your kitchen. An example of a one-pot dish is a hearty beef and vegetable stew.
The best part about one-pot cooking is that the recipes often includes vegetables, meat and pulses, making it a great way to get a nutritious meal on the table the whole family will enjoy. Another benefit is the slow and low nature of one-pot cooking, which is well suited to tenderising tougher, less expensive cuts of meat - helping you save on the weekly grocery budget. Cooking everything together in one pot also allows all the flavours to really blend together, and infuse within the ingredients and sauce.