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    • ISBN:9781472254399
    • Publication date:26 Jul 2018

Miguel Barclay's Super Easy One Pound Meals

By Miguel Barclay

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Over 100 brand-new and mouthwatering recipes by the One Pound Chef.

Miguel Barclay's One Pound Meals are renowned for their simple ingredients and straightforward recipes. Here Miguel takes it one step further by stripping back the cooking process to the fewest steps possible.

With his trademark ingenuity and budget-friendly style, Miguel has created mouthwatering meals that are made as simply as possible. There are tasty stews, curries and chillies of course, but Miguel has taken this concept one step further with traditionally more complicated recipes, such as a lasagne, a roast dinner and a sweet potato pie. The majority of the recipes are made from start to finish in just one pan, (a few recipes need a second pan to boil rice, potatoes or pasta).

If you have a small kitchen, can't be bothered with scrubbing pots or just want hassle-free meals, this is the book for you.

Minimum fuss, maximum flavour, and all for £1 per person.

Biographical Notes

As an Instagram chef, Miguel Barclay's dishes always look amazing, but what has caused such a buzz is the fact that they all cost less than £1 per person! From his kitchen in Camden, Miguel is constantly experimenting with breaking down recipes and coming up with innovative new £1 creations. Through his One Pound Meals phenomenon, Miguel is giving people the confidence and motivation to change the way they cook for ever.

Miguel's first book, One Pound Meals became the biggest debut cookbook of the year and a Sunday Times Manuals chart bestseller. Fast & Fresh One Pound Meals, Miguel's second book also became an online bestseller as OPM fans devoured his new collection of recipes.

Widely covered by the print media, Miguel and his One Pound Meals revolution has been featured by The Times, the Mail, Fabulous mag in the Sun, Metro, Independent and many more. Miguel has also cooked live on This Morning as well as BBC London News and is now a popular face at foodie festivals throughout the UK. This is his third book.

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