What's more appealing than a hearty meal prepared using just one cooking vessel? Yet too often, results are mushy and bland. To rethink one-pan cooking, we reimagined classics, streamlined techniques, and homed in on high-flavor ingredients. From hands-off pastas that cook in their sauces (such as Baked Ziti with Spinach and Sausage and Easy Baked Mac and Cheese) to skillet suppers that produce mains and sides (including Lemony Chicken with Spinach and Potatoes and Korean Beef and Kimchi Stir-Fry), these recipes minimize effort while ensuring that each element cooks perfectly. The result is a modern collection of 74 recipes that take the fuss out of making dinner, any day of the week.
The Six Tenents of One-Pan Cooking Include:
1. Keep the Ingredient List Short but Flavorful 2. Bring Your Flavors to Life 3. Team up with Your Microwave 4. Cook in Stages 5. Create Two Cooking Enviroments in One Vessel 6. Finish with a Flourish