Weeknight cooking is an accomplishment. You've commuted, worked all day, commuted again, and then you managed to whip up yourself something tasty. Seriously: an accomplishment. And what are you rewarded with? Dishes. Sigh.
That is, of course, unless you go the one-pot route. Just grab your slow cooker, cast-iron, sheet pan, skillet, parchment paper or aluminum foil — and let's get cooking — no shadow of clean-up lurking over you.
To take your relationship with one-pot recipes to the next level, consider our TODAY Food Cooking Class "One Pot Cooking," with TODAY taste-maker chef Ryan Scott and TODAY weather anchor Dylan Dreyer.
You'll tackle easy, no-mess recipes like roasted spatchcock chicken and cauliflower (trust us, it sounds more difficult than it really is!) This one-pan chicken cooks the veggies along with the protein, is served with a simple and delicious sauce and is ready to eat in about an hour.
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In the class, you'll master how to create fast, flavorful, good-for-you family dinners using just one pot or pan — from skillet turkey lasagna to cast-iron steak with a mushroom pan sauce, and parchment-packet salmon with asparagus to make-ahead French toast filled with creamy custard.
Once you see how good you feel, having fed yourself and your family something nourishing (and noticed how few dishes are in the sink), you're going to want to make these recipes over and over and over again.
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