These 11 easy one-pot meals provide tons of flavor and nutrition to make everyone at the table happy. Your family and friends will think you’re the best cook ever when you serve any of them.
I’ve always enjoyed cooking. However, I’m usually pressed for time. So I learned to create things in the kitchen that were fun to make but didn’t take forever.
Some of them are adaptations from other people’s recipes. But many of them are things I threw together and tweaked to get the flavor I wanted.
Why 11 Easy-to-Make One-Pot Meals?
That’s what I have so far. Sure, I could have included some soups, but I plan to feature them in a different post.
In the future, after I have more than 11 easy-to-make one-pot meals, I’ll do a post with all of them.
Beware, though. The list I’ve been working on is long and might wind up with several times what we have here.
I find that including one-pot meals in my dinner rotation helps with time management. If you’re looking for more ways to accomplish your goals, check out NYU.
You’ll see more time management strategies that work just as well in the home as they do at the office or classroom. I’m always finding new shortcuts because there’s always so much to do.
What Else to Serve
When I serve one-pot meals, I like to have an appetizer or a salad—or both. Some fun appetizers that complement many of these dishes are these oven-fried plantain chips, these spicy hot fire crackers, and these delicious roasted pecans.
You can have any kind of salad with these dishes, including a basic lettuce salad. Or make add more flavor with this bacon lettuce and tomato salad.
Make sure you include protein and vegetables in your one-pot meal or whatever you serve it with. These are essential for your body to function properly.
You need to get most of your calories from fruits, vegetables, lean protein, nuts, and whole grains.
If you like these one-pot meals, you’ll also enjoy these easy zucchini recipes.