One pot. One pan. 9 one-dish wonders.

If you’re like us, cooking is one of your greatest joys.

Cleaning up a mountain of pots and pans afterwards? Not so much.

To make life a bit easier, we’re bringing you some of our favorite one-dish recipes to fit any diet. Grab your favorite pot, pan, Dutch oven, or sheet pan, and get ready to fix something delicious.

IN A POT

Turmeric, Beans, & Greens: packed with protein, fiber, and flavor, this recipe is one of our healthy comfort go-tos. We’ll never tire of beans and rice mixed with lime and coriander, especially in a dish with so many nutritional benefits. The turmeric, for example, can help fight against inflammation.

Salmon a la Nage: don’t let the fancy French name fool you – all you need is a single pot or Dutch oven to fix this delicious dish. This recipe from Jamie Geller, complete with butter and wine-poached veggies, produces a fantastic rendition of “swimming salmon.” Jamie uses zucchini, leeks, tomatoes, and carrots for her Salmon a la Nage, but feel free to use whatever veggies you’ve got on hand.

Chicken Tikka Masala: Q: What’s better than Chicken Tikka Masala? A: Chicken Tikka Masala from a single pot that leaves your kitchen as clean as your plate.

This recipe from The Minimalist Baker infuses tender chicken and protein-packed chickpeas with the flavors of cumin, coriander, coconut milk, and tomatoes. Meanwhile, the sauce is heavenly, perfect for pairing with naan or your favorite rice.

(Pro tip: For a vegan/vegetarian Tikka Masala, 86 the chicken and double up on the chickpeas!)

Bistol Farms One Pot

IN A PAN

Garlicky Green Beans with Slivered Almonds: with ingredients you can count on one hand, this delightful dish comes together in under twenty minutes. This method of cooking green beans cuts down on boiling time and ensures that every ounce of flavor stays in the pan. Give this recipe a go and become an instant green bean pro.

Chicken Pot Pie: this recipe from The Kitchn is the ultimate in comfort. And simplicity. All in a single skillet. Simmer chicken, frozen peas, carrots, and onions in a single skillet (preferably cast-iron). Top it all off with a store-bought or homemade pie crust and pop it into the oven for a homestyle feast!

Skillet General Tso’s Shrimp: this recipe, courtesy of Domestic Superhero, beats fast food any day of the week – and it will be on your table in 15 minutes! Start by whipping up your own General Tso’s sauce and gently let it simmer to reduce. Add your shrimp (or chicken, or tofu, or cauliflower), garnish, and enjoy!

Sheet Tray

ON A BAKING PAN

Herbed Potato, Asparagus & Chickpea Sheet Pan Dinner: spring asparagus, baby red potatoes, carrots, and onions drizzled in olive oil and herbs…all on one sheet pan! This recipe from The Simple Veganista comes together in less than an hour and can be topped with avocado or a squeeze of lemon. It’s gluten-free, soy-free, vegan, and certifiably delicious.

Chili-Lime Tilapia: this quick recipe from EatWell101 infuses flaky tilapia with the tangy flavors of chili and freshly squeezed lime. Simply fill your tray with fresh cut veggies, nestle in your fillets, and glaze with a touch of honey. Yum!

Sheet Pan Turkey Caprese Meatballs: last but not least, we’re loving this riff on Caprese salad from The Candid Appetite. Jonathan’s turkey meatballs, blistered tomatoes and crispy rosemary potatoes are what one pan cooking is all about: easy prep, easy cooking, and easy cleanup!

Feeling inspired? Tag us @bristolfarms – we can’t wait to see your creations!

7 comments

  1. Joan haber says:

    So…. where are the recipes
    Improve your site

    1. Zofia Glick says:

      Hi Joan, the recipes can be found by clicking the hyperlinks imbedded in the text. The hyperlinks should appear as bold, underlined texts. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to reach out!

  2. Twylia Marion says:

    Making the sheet pan dinner. It has everything I love to est

  3. J says:

    1 pan veggies and Pesto Salmon:

    Slice Zucchini in rounds, layer. Lightly oil, salt and pepper. Place Salmon fillet(s) overtop. Coat with pesto. Slice cherry or grape tomatoes in half and put on top. Bake. You can pretty much tell it’s done when the tomatoes have burst and shriveled a bit. Moist, healthy, not fishy, and best of all, easy!

    1. Zofia Glick says:

      Hi there J, thank you for sharing this recipe!

  4. leslie butts says:

    where is the recipe for the first sheet dish?

    1. Zofia Glick says:

      Hi Leslie, the recipe for the first featured sheet pan recipe can be found by clicking the hyperlinked word, “recipe”. Please reach out with any other questions!

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