Make the most amazing fried rice using leftovers, pantry staples and frozen ingredients.
Make a healthy and flavorful vegetarian dinner using just one pan with roasted vegetables in a red wine-honey sauce.
One of her favorite ratatouille hacks includes the most convenient way to cook the vegetables — on sheet pans in the oven.
Padma Lakshmi's one-pot Italian vegetable soup is perfect for prepping ahead of time and freezing for later.
Keep dinner easy, healthy and full of flavor with lemony miso-broiled salmon with rice and veggies.
A go-to recipe for entertaining, this flavorful fish dish cooks in just one sheet pan and has that "I just threw this together" vibe.
Boil up a big pot of crawfish to celebrate Mardi Gras just like they do in New Orleans.
These creamy, one-pot mussels use local beer and spicy Peruvian peppers for a bright mix of flavors that come together in just 15 minutes.
This garlicky soup is comforting, simple and fairly inexpensive to make.
These grits hit all the right notes: they're salty, buttery, corny and completely delicious.
This Creole fish dish has bright colors, robust but simple flavors, and is easy for anyone to whip up in just 30 minutes.
“Frying” rice in the oven, on a sheet pan, is not only possible, it actually produces the perfect amount of crisping.
Dark, slow-cooked roux is the foundation for all of the wonderful flavors in this classic gumbo.
Chicken cacciatore gets a healthy veggie boost from tomatoes, onions and fresh mushrooms.
Valerie Bertinelli combines chicken, kale and artichokes into a healthy, low-carb casserole for dinner.
Make vegan chili with healthy lentils, meaty mushrooms and fresh veggies.
Load up chickpea stew with a variety of spices for a deeply flavorful one-pot vegetarian dinner.
Give stew a tropical makeover with fresh seafood, creamy coconut milk and zesty lime juice.
Cinnamon and cloves add subtle spice and depth of flavor to rich, wintry beef stew.
Adam Richman flips the script on traditional chili with chunks of steak, savory oyster sauce and strong black coffee.
Adam Richman change up chili with tender shredded chicken, zesty salsa verde and fresh cilantro.
Siri Daly takes the delicious flavors of Chinese egg rolls to make a quick and easy one-pot dinner.
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.