Having simple recipes on hand can save you so much time when it comes to meal planning. The following recipes are designed to simplify your cooking life. Each of these meals only require one dish! Nothing too fancy, just good food while cutting down on the number of dishes you have to clean up afterwards. Take a look at these one-pot dish recipes.
Mac ‘n’ Cheese is the ultimate comfort food: warm, cheesy goodness! And with this recipe you can make a homemade version in the comfort of your own home. The best part? It tastes better than when it comes from a box!
This delicious variation of traditional French toast will simplify your morning routine. It is recommended that you make this casserole the day before you want to serve it because then the bread will be able to soak up the custard.
Chili for me is another comfort food. I love curling up in front of the TV with a great big bowl of chili, loaded with cheese, and crackers on the side. If you don’t like spice, then don’t worry about adding the chili powder and spices.
This recipe is ranked ‘easy’ on the skill level, so if you are hesitant about your cooking skills then give this simple one-pot dish a whirl! Warm soup is just what the doctor ordered this January.
As indicated by the name, this one-pot dish combines sausage, potatoes, and cabbage in a delightful meal. It is a staple Mennonite dish: a mixture of meat, vegetables, and carbohydrates. This is a perfectly well-balanced dish!
This simple one-pot dish is a quick and easy way to make lasagna. It only takes 30 to 35 minutes to bake. Be sure to have some delicious garlic bread to go with it!
To make this meal, all you have to do is throw the ingredients in a slow cooker or just the oven and that’s it! Once the food is cooking you can go do other things; stroganoff is always a good choice.
Just put a shrimp on the barbe! This one-pot dish is similar to the Mennonite Cabbage Potato Kielbasa Bake because it includes potatoes, sausage and veggies. The difference is this recipe calls for shrimp in addition to the other ingredients.
I’m not sure I’ve ever heard of using a red sauce for Chicken and Dumplings or using cornmeal to make the dumplings, but it sounds delicious! I’m always up for trying new things, and if you are too then try this one-pot dish.
Here is another recipe categorized on the easy level, so, again, if you need to practice your cooking skills then this one-pot dish is for you! This variation of spaghetti uses white sauce instead of tomato. Additionally, it incorporates scallions, leeks, garlic, and chives.