Easy one pot dinners make ideal family meals. And if you use the right ingredients you can also make them nutritious. Today’s features are 3 delicious, warming and wholesome one pot meals perfect to tuck in to on a chilly night. If you’ve got a recipe join in with #CookBlogShare Week #11.
Welcome to #CookBlogShare Week #11!
#CookBlogShare is a weekly link party where we share recipes, comment on each other’s cooking creations and generally immerse ourselves in the world of gastronomy! If you’ve got a recipe this is the place to show it off!
I have the pleasure of co-hosting this link party together with 2 fantastic bloggers and each of us gets to host about once a month. The other co-hosts are: Eb@Easy Peasy Foodie and Jacqui@Recipes Made Easy.
#CookBlogShare is also occasionally guest hosted. Next week it will be hosted by Jenny from Apply to Face Blog.
If you are new to this link party please take a moment to read the guidelines below. Joining is very simple and you are welcome to share your old and new recipes (there is no specific theme and all recipes are welcome).
Thank you to everyone who shared their recipe with us last week.
Nothing beats easy one pot dinners when it comes to creating quick dishes to feed a crowd. They are perfect to share with family or friends, great for every day as well as to bring to pot luck parties.
My latest recipe is precisely that. Polish stuffed cabbage rolls (golabki) were a staple when I was growing up in Poland. My mum often made them on Sundays and for most family gatherings. They were practically as indispensable as Polish potato salad. Both are frugal, filling and easy to make, so it’s no wonder these dishes have survived the test of time and are still some of the most popular Polish recipes.
I added a healthy twist to my cabbage rolls by swapping pork for healthier turkey. Pork has always been the most popular meat in Poland, and the reality was there wasn’t really much choice. Turkey meat was certainly not easy to come by. So most of the dishes were based around pork (as well as beef though less often). These days people still cook traditional dishes but often using healthier ingredients, such as turkey.
My cabbage rolls recipe is very low in fat, super easy to make, and cooks in one pot! It tastes pretty good too😊
This brings me to this week’s features, which are also easy to make, nourishing and I am sure taste delicious.
The features – 3 easy one pot dinners
Eb from Easy Peasy Foodie is an expert at making incredibly easy and quick meals and this Easy One Pot Irish lamb Stew absolutely proves it! There is no need to brown the meat, simply throw all the ingredients in the pot and pop in the oven. You can also cook this stew on the hob or in a slow cooker. I love the simplicity of this comforting delicious casserole!
Michelle from Flipped Out Food shared a delicious sounding dish full of spice, vegetables and goodness. Her Cajun Sausage-Rice Skillet is a hearty easy one pot dinner idea which, despite a fair number of ingredients that go into it, is ready in only about an hour. Another fantastic family meal idea.
Balvinder from Simple Gluten Free Kitchen shared her French inspired Lamb Stew which is full of herbs, veggies and red wine! It sounds gorgeously rich and delicious and perfect for cold early spring nights. I’d make a big batch and enjoy it all weekend long!
Thank you again for sharing your delicious recipes with #CookBlogShare! I am looking forward to seeing your recipes, whether old or new, so join the party and link up your creations!
#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK #11
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Thank you for sharing your recipes with #CookBlogShare!
Your host next week will be Jenny from Apply to Face Blog.