Giveaway: Win ‘One: Simple One-Pan Wonders’ by Jamie Oliver

This giveaway is now closed and the winner is John P. from Liverpool!

The front cover of One: Simple One Pan Wonders by Jamie Oliver, next to an assortment of ingredients including dried pasta, parmesan and garlic

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I love Jamie Oliver’s book and TV shows, so I was really excited when my copy of his latest cookbook turned up this week. One: Simple One-Pan Wonders is packed full of delicious recipes, all of which cook in a single pan.

There are recipes to suit all sort of tastes and occasions inside this book. Whether it’s a quick one-pan pasta dish, a fully loaded burger or a hearty hot pot, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for quick dinners and full on feasts. There are recipes for staples like chicken and eggs as well as vegetarian options and some very tempting desserts!

The book also has some useful tips that you can use for your own recipes as well. There are some great suggestions for cooking fish in a foil packet, and I’ve already started thinking of potential spins on the Chicken and Mushroom puff pastry pie recipe.

Some people have complained about the use of expensive ingredients in this book, considering the cost of living crisis that we’re all experiencing right now. But all of the recipes use no more than 8 ingredients and many of them are reasonably low cost and use store-cupboard staples or things that you’ll have in your fridge.

And Jamie has also included some great batch cooking ideas, which will fill your freezer and save you both time and money.

It’s true that he Gnarly Dukkah Roast Lamb isn’t something that you’d cook for a mid-week dinner after work, but it will make a fantastic centrepiece for a family celebration and slicing through the meat will cut down on the cooking time as well as giving lots of extra crispy bits.

The blurb:

Jamie’s back to basics with over 120 simple, delicious, ONE pan recipes ‘Lovely straightforward ideas’ Daily Telegraph ‘The nation’s favourite chef’Sainsbury’s Magazine _ In ONE, Jamie Oliver will guide you through over 120 recipes for tasty, fuss-free and satisfying dishes cooked in just one pan. What’s better: each recipe has just eight ingredients or fewer, meaning minimal prep (and washing up) and offering maximum convenience.

Packed with budget-friendly dishes you can rustle up any time, ONE has everything from delicious work from home lunches to quick dinners the whole family will love; from meat-free options to meals that will get novice cooks started. With chapters including . . . · Veggie Delights · Celebrating Chicken · Frying Pan Pasta · Batch Cooking · Puds & Cakes Simple dishes like Juicy Tahini Chicken, Hassleback Aubergine Pie and Squodgy Croissant Loaf will soon become your firm new favourites.

There are plenty more no-fuss, tasty recipes that make ONE sit alongside 5 Ingredients and 15-Minute Meals as your go-to kitchen companions.

I’m really looking forward to cooking from this book, and one lucky reader will win a copy of ‘One: Simple One-Pan Wondersin my new giveaway!

It’s really easy to enter this giveaway – simply log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the simple question below. Once you’ve done that, there’s an optional social media entry method that you can also use daily to boost your chance of winning.

This giveaway is open to UK adults aged 18+ and will close at 11.59pm GMT on Friday 30th September 2022.

And the question you need to answer to enter this giveaway is: What’s your favourite easy dinner recipe?

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231 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win ‘One: Simple One-Pan Wonders’ by Jamie Oliver

    • Michelle McCall says:

      I make tuna , cucumber & sweetcorn pasta when I’m short on time.its really quick & cheap to make and the kids love It

  1. Coldi says:

    Our favourite go to quick meal is Pizza Pasta! Loads of veg mixed with pasta and some chopped tomatoes, topped with cheese and pepperoni yummy!

  2. Priscilla Stubbs says:

    I use my slow cooker as much as possible and I make a chicken or beef casserole, which are both easy and nutritious

  3. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Basically corned beef and potatoes cooked in stock. You can use scraps of other meat and add onions and other vegetables.

  4. Donna Cruickshank says:

    Baked Spaghetti Recipe
    Cook the spaghetti to al dente.
    Make the marinara meat sauce.
    Add the cooked pasta to the sauce and stir to fully coat the spaghetti.
    Transfer to a baking dish, sprinkle with cheese, and bake

    • Louise Green says:

      Lob’s Jack as my mum used to call it, potatoes, root vegetables, browned off braising steak. I do this in my slow cooker, but Mum used her pressure cooker

  5. Sadiyya maryam says:

    Chicken and vegetable tray bake! All in one pan and can cart the flavours and seasoning and vegetables.

  6. Hayley Wakenshaw says:

    If I’m all out of ideas and groceries, it’s going to be a store cupboard favourite – tuna pasta bake!

  7. Nicki Ramsay says:

    I often do a stir fry for a quick and easy meal. Just boil up some noodles and chuck whatever I happen to have in the fridge in a frying pan.

  8. Phil B says:

    For quick, cheap and delicious you can’t go wrong with Carbonara. Using real butter, lots of garlic, bacon, eggs, Italian hard cheese and spelt spaghetti. I used to use pancetta & parmesan, but I’ve been costs recently, still works out tasty.

  9. Caroline H says:

    Baked risotto. Just pop it all in the oven (or airfryer) and leave it to do its thing. Comes out perfect every time.

  10. Helen S says:

    Ideally something I can cook in the slow cooker so it’s ready when we’re home – chickpea curry is one of our current faves.

  11. Sarah Morris says:

    Sausage and bean bake, I cook sausages in a pan, fry onions alongside them, tip two tins of beans in, put a layer of mashed potato on top and then scatter cheese over it and a few slices of tomato, so tasty.

  12. Katrina Adams says:

    I love a stirfry – you can chuck in all the leftover veggies so they don’t go to waste, it’s quick, easy, versatile and healthy!

  13. Laura says:

    Love to do chicken fajita pasta – cook your chicken onion and peppers in your favourite mexican spice mix, and stir into cooked pasta with whatever dairy product you choose to use for a quick cheesy/creamy sauce (quark, phildelphia, natural yoghurt etc.)

  14. Laura Whittle says:

    Macaroni cheese. Always have cheese, milk and pasta in. I also use up leftover bread and make it into breadcrumbs I keep in the freezer, makes a nice crunchy topping for my Mac and cheese.

  15. Bronwen Roome says:

    Roasted Mediterranean veg , chicken thighs and tin chopped tomatoes with chilli …baked in the oven .. simple and tasty

  16. champaklal Lad says:

    Frozen spinach with mixed veg and sliced mushrooms, some oil and Indian spicies, chopped onions, eat with naan bread, chappatis

  17. Tracey jones says:

    Comforting Sausage Casserole – just pop sausages, onions, red and green onions, garlic, tomato passata, tomato puree, dash of red wine, and mixed herbs all in a casserole dish and leave to cook. Serve with crusty bread – yum!

  18. Daphne Monk says:

    Cauliflower cheese, I roast the cauli and sometimes add roast onions and peppers too
    Then cover with cheese sauce and grill

  19. Mary Baldwin says:

    Egg-fried rice – using different vegetables and protein makes it feel like a really different dish and so it doesn’t get boring.

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