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One pot, so much flavor: Master no-fuss meals with this TODAY cooking class

After hurrying to work, hurrying home and everything in between, the last thing anyone wants to do on a weeknight is prepare an intricate meal — especially if it leaves behind a pile of pots and pans to cleanup afterward.

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Learn to make meals with one pot (and no stress!) from Ryan Scott

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Learn to make meals with one pot (and no stress!) from Ryan Scott

Play Video - 6:18

Which is why, for our third TODAY Food Cooking Class, we're focusing on one-pot meals, which give you the big flavor you want — without the big cleanup.

Our resident simple-but-satisfying food expert, chef Ryan Scott, teaches our very own Dylan Dreyer all she needs to know for no-fuss, good-for-you family dinners. And it's not just about the slow cooker: He shows her how to cook entire meals in a cast-iron pan, sheet pan, and parchment and foil packets.

Dylan Johnston

"When I heard 'one-pot meals,' I in no way thought fresh salmon with lemon and fresh asparagus," says Dreyer. "I didn't know I could make an entire roast chicken, and all the sides I need, on one sheet pan."

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This special online class is brought to you in partnership with Craftsy, an NBCU company. You can buy these online classes at Craftsy. You can also get all of Ryan and Dylan’s favorite one-pot meals FREE (plus a downloadable cookbook) with your 7-day trial to Craftsy Unlimited — a $40 value. Just head to Craftsy to get started!

Dylan Johnston

Ryan Scott, who works for Craftsy as an instructor, teaches six lessons in this class, including how to make this spatchcock chicken with roasted cauliflower and salsa verde (all on one sheet pan!), plus 9 more dishes, like slow-cooker brisket chili, cast-iron pineapple upside-down cake, and non-stick-pan lasagna. Find out more here.

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"One-pot cooking to me is family," he says. "It's one dish, less time in the kitchen, and it allows us to get back with each other."

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