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Complete this one-skillet Country Captain recipe -- and keep it at truly one dish -- by serving with the microwavable whole grain brown rice.
The simple appetizer transforms into a gooey, cheesy panini. Make this sandwich with your panini press or in a hot skillet.
This Mediterranean stew requires a little prep, two simple steps, and time in the slow cooker. It's a simple way to get a stress-free dinner on the table.
Kid-friendly sloppy sandwiches are an easy option for sneaking in healthy veggies to your daily meal plan. Keep a fork nearby so you can scoop up every last bite that falls to the plate.
This skillet-cooked meal will fulfill your craving for something spicy. Add more vegetables instead of ground beef to the salad for added density without the fat.
Tip: For quicker prep, substitute taco bowls for a variety of low-fat corn or soy chips.
A roasting pan does the legwork in this veggie-rich choice. Leftover vegetables taste wonderful folded into an omelet.
Roasted vegetables taste great in soups, salads, and casseroles, on sandwiches, or on their own. Watch how easy it is to make them.
This marinade-then-grill masterpiece can even be made in advance. Prep the chicken and marinade, seal in a zippered plastic bag, and freeze. When you're ready to grill, simply thaw the meat in the bag.
The sesame oil and seeds add nutty flavor with a delicate grassy note that complements the citrusy lemon accent in this shrimp soup.
This hearty veggie-filled soup takes less time to put together than it does to set the table.
Enjoy easy cleanup on this one -- most of the work is done on the grill. And although this recipe is short on cookware, it doesn't skimp on taste.
Pour in the pasta, veggies, and sauce, then let the Dutch oven do its magic. This dish is quick and satisfying, with oh-so-little cleanup.
Got a blender? It's the only thing you need to (literally) whip up this tasty dish.
Tip: Purchase slightly soft avocados that yield to gentle pressure placed on the skin.
The amazing slow cooker handles the hard stuff in this one-dish stew. On those busy days full of errands, you'll look forward to coming home to this recipe.
Brush chicken breasts with a mixture of oil, lemon juice, and spices, then broil your chicken straight on the rack. Packed with the chicken, hummus, tomato, and yogurt, these pocket sandwiches will fill you up for less than 300 calories.
Tip: Toast the pita for a warm version of the sandwich.
No need to draw straws for cleanup duty tonight--one of our most popular recipes requires just one dish to clean (not including soup bowls and spoons).
Hosting a crowd? No need to slave all day. Simmer this nutritious, heart-healthy soup in a slow cooker while you prep your house. Fifteen minutes before family and friends arrive, simply heat a few loaves of French bread to serve alongside.
Black bean salsa provides a healthy dose of fiber, and the broiled-on-the-rack pork chops are a source of lean protein. Any leftover salsa tastes great on eggs, sweet potato chips, or a salad.
One medium saucepan is all you'll be washing after enjoying these hearty chicken sandwiches. Bonus: We bet you have most, if not all, of the nine ingredients already on hand.
Need something quick to fix, easy to clean up, and irresistibly delicious? Look no further: This recipe only takes 15 minutes and needs just one dish to prep.
Salmon is packed with heart-healthy omega-3s and adds protein to this lean, saucepan-prepped dinner.
Tip: Don't want to eat leftovers three days in a row? Freeze in individual servings, then thaw and reheat as needed.
Cut the vegetables, then store in an airtight container for 2-3 days. You'll be able to make these crunchy wraps for lunch or dinner in minutes.
Tip: If you don't use all of the avocado, place it immediately in lemon juice -- flesh side down -- to keep it from browning.
Toss in the ingredients and forget about it ... until that tangy, barbecue smell reminds you dinner is ready. Soak the slow cooker inset while you eat, then wash up in seconds.