I would do a lot more cooking if there were less dishes to wash afterwards. After doing two loads of dishes today and still finding more in the sink, I thought I would share a few recipes that don’t require a bunch of measuring cups and spoons to make correctly.
This website has a seriously awesome list of one-pot recipes, but I sleuthed around and picked a few that I think have the most potential.
I love pizza casserole. It’s a blessing to everyone who gets to taste it. It’s also super easy and open to interpretation. You can find a fancy recipe here, but basically, cook some noodles, add pizza sauce and toppings, and cover the whole thing in cheese. It’s perfect for a Friday night when you’re craving carbs, and a definite crowd pleaser.
Chicken and Bowtie Pasta with Asiago Cream Sauce:
I’m a huge fan of almost anything with pasta in it, especially the kind with little bow ties, but this dish looks especially promising. It’s a little more intensive than a casserole, but you do end up with a warm, cheesy dish of food, this time with pasta and even some mushrooms. Give yourself some time though if you’re unfamiliar with this dish.
Chicken Breasts with Chipotle Green Onion Gravy:
My mouth is literally watering. This dish looks incredible! Plus, it supposedly only takes twenty minutes to pull together and cook. I am definitely giving this one a shot! To make it a little more “kid friendly,” just ditch the chipotles and you’re good.
Have fun cooking!