I bought Miguel's first book and loved it so had to have this one. Another great book full of easy and tasty food. I find both books very useful as I live on my own and all recipes are based on one serving, brilliant for me. Ingredients are all easy to get and you'll probably have most in store cupboard already.
The concept is good and the recipes are easy, simple, straightforward and quick to follow however if you enjoy cooking and do a lot of it, you might find these recipes slightly bland. I've just made the Goan curry which is basically cauliflower cooked with flour and milk with added curry powder and turmeric and it was disgusting. I do make a lot of curries and I understand the point to this book but I can't even eat the meal because it just tastes of floury milk. I have cooked a couple of other recipes though and have found them to be Ok, still a bit bland but they are one pound meals I suppose.
Great if you like peas, peas and yet more peas with every meal. I hate them so didn't find much inspiration here! This book has much to recommend it in the way it sets out the recipes and the costings but will stick with Jack Monroe's Bootstrap Cook's books.