One-pot meals may seem like just another internet food trend, but they’ve been around since the invention of pots, and we expect that they’re here to stay. This simple, clever method of cooking means you’re able to get dinner on the table with the least amount of collateral (dish) damage possible, which has made them been a favorite among our editors and readers. They’re versatile, too, as evidenced by the fact that our team has made one-pan dinners six ways from Sunday, and we still haven’t grown tired of them.
From quick sheet-pan suppers to Dutch-oven masterpieces, there are so many different methods of “one-pot” cooking to consider. If you’re asking us to choose just one favorite, though, then one-pot pastas would be the all-seasons winner in the weeknight dinner category: Comforting carbs are perfect for warming up bellies on a chilly night, but they can also be great for