Dinner doesn’t have to be hard in any way—not on your wallet, not on your waistline and certainly not on you. These simplified meals are made in one skillet or pot, feature nutritious and cost-effective ingredients, and leave you with both energy and time to spare!
This gluten-free and vegetarian Skillet Caprese Pizza is a treat to eat and a breeze to make. With four servings, it makes for a family-style feast.
Hearty and tangy, this one-skillet Chicken with Pesto Cauliflower Rice is an easy recipe to whip up for a family dinner. Its ingredients are grocery staples, and are quick and easy to find.
This dish is bursting with tart and tangy flavors from apricot jelly, Dijon mustard, prunes and apple cider vinegar. The best part is that you’ll only have to clean one skillet.
For this recipe, you’ll need a cast-iron or other grill-safe skillet that’s large enough to hold everything. This cooks very fast, so have the table set, the salad made, and everything ready to go before grilling. (You can also cook this on the stove over medium-high heat.) Serve with whole-grain bread to sop up the tasty broth.
It doesn't take much of this One-Pan Apricot Rice Pilaf to be a generous, belly-filling serving. Many ingredients such as slivered almonds and dried apricots can be stored and used time and again.
A light coconut broth bathes plump mussels, creamy potatoes, and crisp-tender bok choy in this aromatic, Asian-inspired meal.
These are ideally cooked in a “tawa,” an Indian concave pan used to make chapatis. A large wok is second best, followed by a nonstick pan roughly the diameter of the tortillas.
Cooking pasta in limited liquid in a large, deep skillet avoids bringing a huge pot of water to boil; plus, the pasta absorbs flavor and releases starch that thickens the sauce. This technique works especially well with brown rice pasta, found in the gluten-free aisle of many markets.
Although this may seem like a lot of spices, use them all. The butternut squash and tofu soak up a lot of great flavor from them. For additional color and nutrition, serve over wilted spinach or with corn chips for additional crunch.
Don't adjust your screen. The purple potatoes in this White Bean & Purple Potato Soup with Ham add a fun hue to an easy but nourishing and filling dish. It's great for storing and reheating on cold days.
Make these vegan sloppy joes even more kid friendly by adjusting the spices to your family’s preference.
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