One Pot: Three Ways

One Pot: Three Ways

Save time with vibrant, versatile vegan recipes

Rachel Ama


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Put flavour and flexibility at the heart of your kitchen with Rachel Ama's One Pot: Three Ways.

Rachel Ama is reframing vegan cooking. Create a veg-packed centrepiece dish in one pan/pot/tray and choose from three creative and flavoursome ways to either serve it up with just a few ingredients or transform it into something else entirely.

The options are endless - level up your leftovers and create a new feast each day, scale portions up or down, cook all three serving options for a vegan feast with friends, or freeze leftovers to refresh later when you're strapped for time - whatever you choose, this way of cooking will help you have dinner part-ready-and-waiting, making plant-based eating feel even more achievable every day.

Transform or serve Peri Peri Mushrooms with:
1. Peri Peri Pittas
2. Potato Wedges & Slaw
3. Peri Peri Charred Sweetcorn Salad Bowls

Serve up or refresh Caribbean Curried Jack into:
1. Coconut Rice & Coleslaw
2. Coconut Flatbreads with Tomato & Red Onion Salad
3. Caribbean Patties with Orange & Avocado Salad

Rachel creates her recipes by moving through 'stations' in the kitchen, weaving together fresh ingredients, pantry staples, and, most importantly, the 'flavour station', where she adds spices, dried herbs and those all-important sauces to really bring each dish to life. So pick up Rachel's handy tips to help you live a vegan lifestyle simply and deliciously.


Rachel Ama:

Rachel Ama is a dancing, cooking, powerhouse of vegan inspiration. Her food is hearty and delicious and full of the flavours of her Caribbean and African roots. A self-confessed KFC addict as a teenager, she decided to go vegan six years ago and hasn't looked back.

Her fans (she has over half a million subscribers to her YouTube channel, and more than 225k followers on Instagram), love her flavour-packed food, but also her realness, her sense of fun, and her passion for showing people that vegan food doesn't have to mean you compromise on taste or texture.

A new Mum, Rachel has spent the last year in North London, with her son, writing her most accessible and delicious book yet: One Pot, Three Ways