A taste of One Pot: Three Ways

A taste of One Pot: Three Ways

Rachel Ama

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THREE DELICIOUS VEGAN RECIPES FOR FREE!

GET A TASTER OF ONE POT: THREE WAYS
BY RACHEL AMA NOW.

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.

This sampler will give you a taste of how Rachel takes one hero recipe and create three other dishes with it to put flavour and flexibility at the heart of your kitchen.

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.

In this sampler, find out how you can serve up or refresh Rachel's delicious Caribbean Curried Jack into:
1. Coconut Rice & Coleslaw
2. Coconut Flatbreads with Tomato & Red Onion Salad
3. Caribbean Patties with Orange & Avocado Salad

Once you've worked your way through these brilliant recipes, be sure to order the whole book to unlock the rest of the recipes that will transform your cooking.


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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

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