This easy one-pot pasta meal from Jamie Oliver features fresh pasta and sausage smothered in a luxurious tomato sauce. Our testers are calling it a “quick, elegant, comforting meal.”
A meal that requires just one pot, pleases everyone at the table, and uses up leftovers? Yes, please!
In this simple one-pot supper, chicken thighs are bathed in a sauce that’s informed, though not overwhelmed, by lemon. Warning: You’re gonna wanna spoon that sauce onto everything.
A traditional Azorean dish that boasts meltingly tender oven-braised beef, potatoes, chouriço, and onions. It’s a rustic, homey, Sunday supper sorta dish from David’s VERY Portuguese mom.
An elegant yet easy approach to roast pork that draws on iconic autumn flavors. And it’s as affordable as it is impressive.
Skip the takeout and whip up this fast and easy honey garlic shrimp. Your tastebuds and your wallet will thank you.
Tender seared beef, buttery leeks, and crunchy peanuts collide to make this easy weeknight meal.
This easy, elegant meal of crispy-skinned salmon, bathed in a rich, creamy honey and tahini sauce is going to be on repeat all year long.
These spicy Cantonese-inspired salt and pepper pork chops are so easy to make that they’re securing a permanent spot in our weeknight rotation.
A ginormous, warm, gooey, chocolatey cookie baked in a single skillet so there’s no waiting for batch after batch to come out of the oven.
Whether you prefer to dip, dunk, scoop, or smother, one thing is for certain. This is the dip you want to do it with.
One skillet. Five ingredients. Dinner. (Did we mention that it’s low-carb?)
This simple chicken stew, which is chock-full of vegetables, chicken, and served in a light cream sauce, feels decadent but is surprisingly virtuous.
These unbelievably crispy-skinned chicken thighs and tender vegetables make for a memorable meal, made even better by the fact there’s only one dish to clean.
This easy cheese and vegetable tart is reason #713 why we love frozen puff pastry.
All of the classic flavors of spaghetti puttanesca with the convenience of just one pan and barely any effort? Umm, yes, please!
Got some less-than-stellar winter grape tomatoes to use up? Or even a glut of summer ones? These easy tomato chips are our new favorite snack.
A handful of pantry ingredients. One pan. 30 minutes. Boom. Dinner.
Move over boring beans. The addition of cinnamon, white wine, mint, and lemon elevates plain cooked beans to a crave-worthy bowl of comfort food.
This umami-rich bowl of creamy comfort requires only one pan, is on the table in just 40 minutes, and utilizes a genius hack for creating a stroganoff-esque sauce.