Best One-Pot Dinner Recipes for Fall

Have you noticed just how much we like one-pot recipes? After a long day, we love the simplicity and ease of preparing a meal that comes together in just one pot, skillet, or sheet pan. And while these streamlined meal options work well any time of the year, they seem even more apt in the autumn. As the nights draw in and everyone looks forward to a cozy dinner, our favorite one-pot recipes for fall help you get a warming, comforting meal on the table without creating a mountain of dishes in the process.

The options are many and all are delicious. Some, like the Chicken, Collard Greens, and Sweet Potato Stew that’s pictured here, cook on the stovetop in a heavy-bottomed pan or Dutch oven. Others, like our irresistible Creamy Chicken and Mushrooms with Egg Noodles, cook on the stovetop but in a large skillet. And then there

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Our Favorite One-Pot Dessert Recipes

Herbert M. Pickett

We’re going to let you in on a little secret: It’s possible to make all of the cookies, cakes, fruit desserts, and ice cream dishes you love without spending hours on prep and cleanup. Here, we’re sharing one-pot desserts that are made using time-saving techniques, minimal ingredients, and revolve around easy clean up, and they offer all of the things you love about our one-pot recipes just with a sweet twist. But because desserts are slightly different than savory meals, we had to bend our one-pot rules ever so slightly: While these recipes do feature simplified prep, streamlined ingredients, and just one cooking vessel—or, in the case of the Coconut Water Granita that’s shown here, one vessel for freezing—in some cases we may require an additional bowl to mix everything together. Still, we match that extra dish to wash with smart techniques and tricks that ensure you’re able to enjoy

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24 One-Pot Vegetarian Meals That Are Savory and Satisfying

Herbert M. Pickett

Whether it’s made in a saucepan, stockpot, or baking dish, there’s one thing in common about all of the recipes here: They’re all one-pot dinners! We’re all for this method of cooking because it typically requires fewer steps and, of course, less mess than most of the dinner recipes we’re used to preparing.

Another thing that’s a constant with all of these recipes? They’re all vegetarian dinners that are consistently delicious. In the dishes ahead sweet potatoes take the place of ground beef in a totally transformative Vegan Sweet Potato Chili and the contrast of creamy, cool avocado slices atop a bowl of spicy vegetables and beans is entirely inspired.

Another vegetarian recipe that falls into the one-pan category is among our most beloved: Our One-Pot Pasta, pictured here, is a low-maintenance dish that’s favored by vegetarians and carnivores, alike. Lots of fresh garlic cloves, basil, sliced onions, cherry

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One-Pot Fish Dinner Recipes | Martha Stewart

Herbert M. Pickett

Are you a home cook who doesn’t feel confident making fish? Take the intimidation factor out of cooking seafood with these one-pot fish recipes: Each will prove to you that seafood is one of the easiest and tastiest routes to dinner and that a stellar meal doesn’t require the use of every pan in the kitchen. In just one vessel—be it a pot, skillet, or sheet pan—fresh, versatile seafood comes together with other tasty fare to become quick, comforting meals that will always hit the spot.

To help you round out your dinner repertoire, we cooked our favorite seafood—salmon, shrimp, tuna, mussels, and white fish—using techniques that freshen up dishes while also teaching you how to get a tasty meal on the table with minimal effort. Simmer a quick-cooking fish stew, such as the Fish Stew with Herbed Toasts that’s pictured here. Embrace the broiler to prepare a quick

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