12) Single Pot Meals
The thought of scrubbing multiple pots and pans, as well as spatulas and wooden spoons, is massively unmotivating when making dinner plans. Single pot meals save time while cooking and while cleaning up after the meal. Much like the Crockpot, everything goes into one container for cooking, but it’s great for things that don’t take that long or for last-minute ideas. A simple Google search for “one pot meals” yields enough results to cook for a lifetime. Choose a traditional dish like macaroni and cheese or chili which have hundreds of variations on the Food Network website suited to every palate. Or try something more exotic from Martha Stewart’s website like Irish beef and stout stew, chicken fennel and artichoke fricassee, or butternut squash baked risotto. Your no-longer-dish-pan hands will thank you.
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