One Dish Dinner Recipes

Even the most decorated chef can be discouraged after a decadent meal by the sheer mass of dirty dishes to be washed following the final bite. That’s why the following list of one dish dinners, as presented by Martha Stewart, is perfect for those wanting to minimize their kitchen mess and maximize their palette’s enjoyment.

Roasted Salmon, Red Cabbage, and New Potatoes-One dish dinner

Be the hero of your household with this healthy, hearty, and heralded recipe. The cabbage and potatoes go into the oven first in this sheet-pan supper. A meaty salmon fillet flavored with mustard, horseradish, and lemon zest is then roasted atop the vegetables.

Butternut Squash Baked Risotto

This one dish dinner vegetarian meal is a rich, satisfying supper that gives you the creaminess of risotto without the hovering. Butternut squash and kale cook along with short-grain Arborio rice, making this risotto extra hearty and sweet. After sautéing for a few minutes on the stove, this dish goes into the oven—unlike most risottos, there’s no need to stand and stir!

Three-Cheese Skillet Lasagna

A simple garlicky tomato sauce and 3 Italian cheeses make this super-quick version of lasagna especially delicious and an easy one dish dinner. Canned plum tomatoes and fresh garlic make an easy, flavorful marinara sauce. Baking the lasagna in the same skillet used to simmer the tomato sauce makes this pasta dish extra quick to whip up.

Pressure-Cooker Chile Verde

As the days and nights turn cooler, dial up the heat with our easy pressure-cooker one dish dinner, chile verde. Simply sauté an onion and brown a pork shoulder, then stoke the stew with green chiles and store-bought salsa. Invite some friends over, and you’re ready to party. No pressure cooker? No problem—here’s a one-pot version for the stovetop, too.

One-Pot Seafood Orzo Risotto

Easy and delicious as well as a real stunner, this winner dinner comes together in less than an hour. It’s a paella-like pasta dish that cooks on the stovetop, then your choice of seafood is added and the dish goes under the broiler until it’s cooked through. The secret to the perfectly cooked seafood in this paella-like pasta dish?

Korean Beef Chuck Roast

Savory and utterly delectable, this one dish dinner will have you praised in the kitchen and dinner table. Season the beef with salt and pepper the evening before and refrigerate covered for the best flavor throughout this Korean Beef Chuck Roast. You can also shred the slow-cooked meat to make delicious Korean Beef Tacos.

Broiled Spicy Peanut Chicken

Just because a recipe is simple, doesn’t make it any less appetizing or memorable. Delicious one dish dinner surprise: Boneless chicken thighs and broccolini, both coated in a chili-spiked peanut sauce, emerge caramelized after broiling for just 10 minutes.

Chow Mein

This Chinese-American restaurant staple pairs crispy fried noodles with chicken and vegetables stir-fried in a thick brown sauce. This family-friendly one dish dinner couldn’t be easier to make.

One-Pan Pasta

Cheesy, rich, and flavorful, this tasty one dish pasta dinner couldn’t be easier to make—all of your ingredients cook in one large-sided skillet.

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Easy Pork Recipes For Every Occasion

Head on over to Bon Appetit to check out their list of 49 dinner recipes with pork as the star – each one as delicious and easy as the next.  In 1987, pork was branded as “The Other White Meat” and significantly campaigned in the United States. Before 1987, pork was thought to be a fatty protein and at times made some folks shy away from cooking regular dishes with it.  With the re-branding, many came to realize the benefits of cooking with pork – including the various cuts of meat and different means of preparation, and the rest is history.

Pork is an incredibly versatile protein, which can be prepared in a myriad of ways that result in a tasty meal every time. Common cooking methods include grilling, roasting, rotisserie roasting, pan sauteing, slow cooking, braising and more. Regardless of your preferred cut and cooking method, pork is almost always juicy, tender and full of flavor.

Below is a listing of our favorite recipes from Bon Appetit’s article – ranging from pork skewers to pork enchiladas – you’re going to want to start throwing pork into the dinner line-up more often after reading these!

Pan-Roasted Brined Pork Chop

When it comes to making succulent, flavorful meat, brining – otherwise known as martinating in salt water and spices – is the way to go. Adding sugar also brings about a dark, caramelized sheen that will have your diners mouths’ watering.  Try brining on these pork chops and delight your taste buds like never before.

Party-Ready Pork Roast

This recipe differs from most pork roast recipes in that it calls for two smaller bone-in roasts versus one big one. This provides increased surface areas which lessens cooking time and results in a tasty golden crust. With limited ingredients and being easy to make, this one is sure to be a hit. We’re serving this one with a salad and steamed or roasted veggies on the side.

Pork Marbella

If you’ve heard of Chicken Marbella, then you know how tasty this dish is.  Now, let’s pork it up!  This recipe takes the classic Chicken Marbella and incorporates quick-cooked pork tenderloin in its place, resulting in greater than 50% less preparation and cook time!  Better still, pork in this dish adds another layer of deliciousness!  We suggest marinating the pork overnight to infuse it with tons of flavor.

Curry-and-Coconut-Milk-Grilled Pork Skewers

If you love pork, curry and coconut milk, these Thai-style kebabs are where it’s at!  Not only are these skewers delicious and quick to prep and cook, everyone loves a good kebab – they’re just fun to grill and fun to eat.  You’re going to want to pair this one with a nice baked or roasted potatoes and a vegetable salad

Your New Favorite Pork Chops

Believe it or not, the trick to these pork chops is extra flipping.  Sounds crazy, right?  (It’s not!) Grab a few good looking cops and park your streaming device next to the stove so you can flip these beauties and baste them continuously during your cook time.  We can’t wait to get started on different chops (lamb!?) and spice combinations!

Pork Enchiladas Rojas

Looking for a fall-off-the-bone pulled pork enchilada recipe? Rolled into a tortilla, smothered in salsa roja and cheese, and baked until melty, gooey is all it takes to make this absolutely delicious dish.  Get ready for folks lining up for seconds on this one.  We’re gonna accompany this new pork experience with Mexican rice and refried beans.  Other suggestions for sides include black beans, Mexican street corn or some spicy roasted hominy!  YUM!

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Eight Cheap and Easy Dinner Recipes

Sometimes it can be hard to find recipes for delicious meals that won’t break the bank. A simple trick to reduce the price at the end of your receipt is to choose cheaper protein options like ground beef, chicken, or using beans in place of meat.  Regardless of your diet, check out these great-tasting, cheap and easy dinner recipes from Delish that will make you want to never eat out again (or for a while, at least)!

Tex-Mex Balls

Delicious on a sub, over spaghetti, or by themselves!

“It was perfect on hero bread and the sauce was AMAZING. I’m sure it would taste delish over spaghetti as well. This is a keeper in my house.”

Classic Calzones

This recipe is perfect for getting the whole family involved in making dinner. Just set out the ingredients, then pop in the oven when everyone is done. Easy, fun, and yummy!

“My daughter and I made the pepperoni calzones and I must say it was very easy and very tasty.”

Cilantro Lime Chicken

Cilantro and lime are the perfect pair, especially in this easy chicken dish. Pair with a side of roasted veggies or mashed potatoes for a well-rounded meal!

“One of our favorite recipes. Easy to double but I do have to cook it in two batches, so takes a bit longer. I do sometimes add more lime and cilantro than the recipe calls for because we love the combo.”

Better-Than-Takeout Beef and Broccoli

Once you try this dish, you’ll never crave take-out again!

“Very tasty and easy to make.  It was a hit in my house and the leftovers heated up quite well.”

Air Fryer Coconut Shrimp

Get ready to pull out your air fryer for this perfectly crispy shrimp that pairs well with spicy mayo. Best. Shrimp. Ever.

“This was so delicious! I did have to adjust the time to about 7 minutes as the first batch was just a little over done. Thanks for the recipe.”

Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Pretzel Chicken

This pretzel coated chicken recipe leaves you with perfectly crunchy chicken that only gets better when dipped in honey mustard. It’s the best of both worlds!

“Truly delish!”

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

Who wants an easy and cheap alternative to taco Tuesdays? For this recipe, all you have to do is combine everything in one pot and set it to cook for the day. Easiest dinner ever!

“This is by far the best chicken tortilla soup I have ever had! My husband and I both absolutely loved it and I am going shopping today for ingredients to make it again. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!”

Easy Cajun Jambalaya

Get ready to be transported to Louisiana because this Jambalaya has all the key elements of true Creole cuisine!

“This turned out great! Followed the recipe and it came out perfect. Super easy to make and full of flavor. Will definitely make this again.”

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