Two Words: One Dish
Let’s face it—cleanup, and the sheer volume of it, is often the worst part of cooking. At the best of times, it’s inconvenient; at the worst of times, it can start an all-out family feud. Why not skip the hassle? Baking in one-dish, or as few as possible, allows you to prepare a healthful, filling meal without the annoyance of a sink piled high with dirty dishes. Here’s how…
ARE YOU TALKING CASSEROLES?
Yes, but then we go the extra mile and eliminate as many extra pots and pans needed to put it together. We take a minimalist approach and preparing a meal where there are few or no other dishes involved. Most, if not all the prep, cooking and serving comes together in a single dish.
One-dish meals will be your best friend for a variety of occasions. They’re great for the everyday dinner, but they really shine in areas where convenience and easy transportation are needed. For example, they’re ideal for freezing ahead of time, bringing to potlucks or dropping off for new parents.
SO, WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
A one-dish meal has the power to simplify so much of the cooking process.
Here are a few simple strategies for making one-dish meals part of your weekly routine:
That’s it. One-dish simple!YOUR TURN:
Tell us your favorite one-dish meals, and share your recipes and tips that make meal prep quick and easy. Here's one of our favorite one-dish meals Creamy Chicken-Spinach Lasagna