All too often, when it’s time to make dinner, you feel like you can’t be bothered. Not only do you have to prep your ingredients, chop them, and cook them, but you also have to make a huge mess in the meantime. Dirtying up a ton of pots and pans doesn’t seem that fun when you think about how much time it’s going to take to clean them later. That’s why making a one-pot dinner might be the way to go. It’s simple, easy, and won’t make your kitchen too dirty. Skip the takeout and opt for something healthier (and less expensive) with these one-pot dinner recipes.
Golden Onion and Spring Veg Pilaf
Whether you’re vegan, have a vegan in the family, or want to enjoy a meal on the lighter side, you may want to try making this golden onion and spring veg pilaf. The onion flavors the rice, giving it a nice, deep flavor that you’d otherwise not be able to get. Then add to that the fact that you’re going to be enjoying lots of crisp green veggies in your pilaf, and you can see why it’s so delicious. This dish is sure to be a big hit – even with the meat-eaters of the group.
Goat Cheese and Spinach Pasta
Have you eaten much goat cheese in your life? This cheese has a unique flavor that you won’t find in other cheeses, making it perfect for adding to your cheese and spinach pasta. This is a super-simple dish that comes together in no time at all. While it’s easy, it also has an air of sophistication to it. This is the kind of dish that you could even serve to guests if you wanted to. And the best part? It comes together in no time at all.
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Boston Baked Beans and Sausages
The weather will be getting colder soon, which likely means that you’ll be on the hunt for some nice, hearty recipes that will keep your whole family feeling warm. When that’s what you’re looking for, you can’t go wrong with Boston baked beans and sausages. The sausages are cooked in the broth from the beans, and it makes the flavor pop. You won’t believe that you can get such a substantial meal all from a one-pot recipe.
This week, you shouldn’t feel pressured to spend a ton of time in the kitchen. Instead, whip up these simple and easy meals. They’ll come together quickly, giving you more time to spend with your family.
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