One-Pot Chicken Dinner Recipes | Martha Stewart

A versatile ingredient, chicken is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Its juicy, tender texture and swift cooking time make it a staple in many family’s weeknight meals. In addition to being delicious and easy to make, chicken also lends itself nicely to being the main protein in one-pot meals—when you combine all of that together, it’s easy to see why our one-pot chicken dinners, many of which come together in under an hour, are so popular with busy families. Short on cleanup, quick on prep, and big on flavor, these single-pot chicken recipes are the perfect solution for when you need to get dinner on the table fast.

Chicken, Fennel, and Artichoke Fricassee, pictured here, is made of chicken thighs, artichoke hearts, red onion, and fennel; everything cooks together in one skillet for a sumptuous dinner that couldn’t be easier to make. The vegetables infuse the braising liquid, which cooks down into

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All-American, Diner-Inspired Recipes | Martha Stewart

Whether you head there first thing in the morning, late at night, or somewhere in between, diner menus have pages and pages of delicious, satisfying food. But you don’t need to head out the door to enjoy the comfort of diner food; with our recipes, you can make them in your own kitchen.

Start your day with a stack of pancakes topped with a pat of butter and drizzled with maple syrup. We have three classic recipes that you can make from scratch—our traditional Test Kitchen’s Favorite Buttermilk Pancakes, a blueberry-studded version, and the Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancakes that are pictured here. The latter is made with brown rice flour, potato starch, and xantham gum, making this a safe treat for anyone who is gluten-intolerant or has celiac disease. Of course, what would pancakes be without their other half, Buttermilk Waffles? Our recipe ensures crispy, golden brown waffles every time.

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Our Best Slow-Cooker Recipes | Martha Stewart

Slow cookers are great for preparing warm and cozy comfort food, but we love them year-round. From helping to break down and tenderize tough cuts of meat, such as flank steak and chuck, to letting home cooks get a head start on dinner prep, slow-cookers truly work wonders. Prep a recipe, like Garlic Chicken with Barley pictured here, in the morning before you get your day started and it will be cooked through and delicious by dinnertime.

One of the most popular slow-cooker recipes is pulled pork. We have a recipe for Easy Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork that is delicious as a sandwich or served on its own. Another classic? Classic Pot Roast for the Slow Cooker—it’s a fabulous recipe for a special Sunday night dinner. The carrots and potatoes cook with the beef roast so everything absorbs the savory, rich flavors of garlic, tomato paste, red wine, chicken stock, and

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Healthy, Delicious Salmon Recipes | Martha Stewart

Versatile and healthy, there’s a lot to like about salmon, which is why this favorite fish has inspired us to create so many delicious recipes for family-friendly weeknight meals. If you’re on the hunt for more healthy—but never boring!—salmon entrées to feed your family, then you’re in lucky. Here, you’ll find some of our very best healthy salmon recipes, including baked, broiled, pan-seared, sautéed, and steamed options.

What makes this beloved fish such a great option at dinnertime? Salmon is packed with omega-3s, selenium, and vitamins A and D. This fatty fish has 26 grams of protein per four-ounce serving, which can help you fill up, curb cravings, and stay satisfied. Then there is that color: The brilliant pink hue of a piece of salmon on your plate is so appetizing (after all, you eat with your eyes first!) and sets off any vibrant green vegetables you choose to pair

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