Melty cheese, mild chiles, chopped chicken and fluffy eggs make this breakfast casserole a great start to the morning.
Curtis Stone adds leftover chicken to classic French cassoulet for a comforting winter dinner for two.
Dress up roasted chicken thighs with pomegranate molasses, fresh mint and crunchy walnuts.
One-pan salmon with veggies makes dinner quick and cleaning up easy.
Fresh butternut squash takes the place of meat in this easy, healthy and delicious vegan chili.
Don't be put off by the long cook time, most of it is hands off and gives all the flavors a change to fully develop.
Make a big pot of traditional Southern-style jambalaya to feed a hungry crowd.
Cook juicy pork chops with fresh herbs and serve the flavored natural jus as a savory sauce.
Warm up on cold winter nights with Lidia Bastianich's Italian braised short ribs.
Make incredibly creamy broccoli and potato soup without any cream using this one simple trick.
Spice up stir fry with crushed red pepper flakes, fresh ginger and chopped garlic.
Cut the cook time on braised chicken with this simple one-pan method.
Wok-cooked fresh salmon and baby bok choy get a sweet and citrusy glaze.
Add cauliflower florets to creamy mac and cheese for added nutrients and fantastic flavor.
Ready to try the best beef stew of your life? Our flavor-packed version is incredibly easy to make because it all comes together in one pot.
Maya Rudolph's 4-bean chili gets garnished with chocolate chips, cheddar and corn chips.
Skip the boxed stuff and make spiced hamburger meat casserole from scratch.
Perfect the crispy crust of a traditional deep dish pizza by cooking it in a crock pot.
Thanks to help from frozen ravioli, you can pull a skillet of toasty, bubbly lasagna from the oven in a little more than half an hour.
Use less cream to make rich fettuccine alfredo with this simple one-pot technique.
Make an easy pasta dinner the whole family will love using just one pot.
Make dinner fast, easy and flavorful with one-pot pasta with ricotta and spinach.
Shorten the cook time on tender, smoky brisket by making it in a pressure cooker.
Make ham anytime with this easy 5-ingredient slow-cooker recipe.
This one-pot beef stew with red wine, potatoes and pearl onions is sure to become your go-to autumn dinner.
Give fried rice a healthy makeover with fresh salmon, crisp veggies and brown rice.
Leftover rice mixed with garlic, veggies and eggs makes a delicious, fast and easy breakfast.
Lasagna and soup come together to make a comforting bowl of tomato and veggie goodness.
Boil up a big pot of crab claws, sweet shrimp, smoky sausage, fresh okra, corn and more for a low country-style dinner.
Store-bought chicken makes Southwestern lettuce cups a quick and healthy dinner.
Fresh ginger, garlic and classic Indian spices add big, bold flavor to slow-cooked chicken breasts.
Make a crowd-pleasing, restaurant-quality paella at home with José Andrés vegetarian version.
Make dinner easy with one-pot chicken in a sweet and savory adobo sauce.
Host a seafood-filled clambake at home with Martha Stewart's easy stove-top version with, corn, potatoes and chorizo.
This healthy omelet is packed with hearty and filling veggies like spinach, mushrooms and a super special, fiber-boosting ingredient.
Lighten up regular chili with ground chicken, white beans and fresh veggies.
Give steak the pizza treatment with zesty tomato sauce, flavorful garlic and fresh oregano.
Top sautéed corned beef, cabbage and potatoes with eggs for the perfect St. Patrick's Day breakfast.
Sam Sifton makes sloppy Joes even easier with his no-recipe, one-pot dinner.
Mark Bittman makes weeknight dinner quick and easy with one-pot beef stroganoff.
Make Valerie Bertinelli's one-pot beef bourguignon for a wonderful warming winter dinner.
Make easy Asian-inspired soup with frozen pot stickers for a quick and filling meal.