Recipes from One Pot

One Pot Cookbook

Using just one pan, you can stew, steam, sauté, simmer, braise, or roast your way to a fuss-free meal—and minimal cleanup to boot. The editors of Martha Stewart Living present a brand-new collection of 120 recipes—organized by vessel—to help you do just that, all while adding savory new dishes to your weekly rotation. One Pot is an exciting new way to approach everyday cooking: Imagine perfect pasta dishes for which everything goes in the pot at once (yes, that’s pasta, tomato, garlic, basil, and water all cooked together), dinner-party ready roasts with tender vegetables, and down-home casseroles, along with wholesome fish, chicken, and vegetarian dishes.

A cast-iron skillet plum cake with slices of fanned out plums baked in

Skillet Plum Cake

Skillet cake is moist and tender and sweet (not too sweet, though) and sorta like upside-down cake except it’s right-side up.

  • (1)
  • 15 M
  • 1 H
  • 8
A white bowl filled with quick posole with pork topped with avocado with a lime wedge on the side.

Quick Posole With Pork

Despite this recipe having a cheater-like approach with a surprisingly short ingredient list and no waiting all day for it to be done, it tastes remarkably like the real deal. Swear.

  • Quick Glance
  • 25 M
  • 1 H, 10 M
  • 0
A whole roast chicken rubbed with paprika on a baking sheet with carrots and sweet potatoes.

Roast Chicken and Vegetables

Simple as can be. Rub a hen with spice and salt. Toss in carrots and sweet spuds. Shove it in the oven. Accept accolades.

  • (2)
  • 15 M
  • 1 H, 30 M
  • 10