Written by lawyer-turned-food-writer Rukmini Iyer, The Roasting Tin is perfect for anyone looking for dishes packed with flavour, which will impress while being deceptively easy to make. An oven and a roasting tin is all that's required to begin creating the mouth-watering recipes found in this handy book, which covers everything from savoury feasts to desserts and tray bakes.
"The Roasting Tin is a deliciously simple concept: fresh, easy ingredients, five minutes prep, and let the oven do the work.
Like one-pot dinners but using the oven rather than the hob, this is convenience cooking without scrimping on flavour or health. It is for anyone who:
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Recipe: Beetroot, dill and gorgonzola tart with capers and walnuts
This grown-up beetroot tart needs only a lightly dressed rocket salad on the side for a quick, filling and interesting weekend lunch. Cooking the tart at a slightly higher temperature ensures a nice crisp base and eliminates the need for an egg wash. It's best served hot, but leftovers make a very acceptable picnic lunch.
1. Preheat the oven to 200°C fan / 220°C / gas 7. Mix the beetroot slices with the olive oil, red wine vinegar and sea salt, and set aside.
2. Cut the puff pastry sheet into 6 squares and place in a paper-lined roasting tin. Lay the beetroot slices in overlapping layers on each square, leaving a 1cm border, then scatter over the Gorgonzola, capers and half the dill.
3. Transfer to the oven and roast for 25 minutes, then scatter over the walnut pieces and return to the oven for a further 5 minutes.
4. Sprinkle with the rest of the dill and a tiny pinch of sea salt before serving.