One-Pot Meals Perfect for Meat Lovers

Herbert M. Pickett

Cut down on dishes and make cooking a breeze by preparing one of our favorite meaty one-pot meals for dinner; our recipe for Pressure Cooker Pot Roast, pictured here, is the perfect example. But that’s not your only option. In fact, we’re sharing a number of our favorite recipes that are full of satisfying protein and quick on cleanup in the slide ahead. In some cases, we call for multi-cookers—like the Instant Pot or a pressure cooker—to make these one-pot dishes, but the majority can be made in a basic cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven.

Skip takeout and make one of our irresistible stir-fry recipes. This Easy Moo Shu Pork Stir-Fry starts by combining soy sauce, rice vinegar, and hoisin sauce, then mixing it all together with sautéed sliced pork tenderloin and shiitake mushrooms. The mixture is served in tortillas and topped with coleslaw. Two other delicious one-pan stir-fry recipes are our rich Beef and Broccoli with Black-Bean Garlic Sauce and a sweet and spicy Pork-and-Pineapple Stir-Fry. A crowd favorite and the ultimate one-pot recipe is homemade chili. We have two crowd-pleasing versions: an all beef recipe and a pork recipe. Serve either for dinner on a cold winter night or as a winning game-day meal. We guarantee that everyone will ask for seconds.

We also have a few Italian-American classics in the mix. Chicken Scarpariello is prepared in a large, straight-sided skillet with two kinds of meat—sausage and bone-in chicken thighs—and the meal gets its spicy flavor from hot pickled cherry peppers. You could also try your hand at making our Beef Braciole with Olives and Raisins, which is a labor of love and the perfect dish to prepare for a weekend dinner. From hearty chilis to scrumptious stir-fries, make mealtime easier by cooking these hearty one-pot recipes.

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