Here, in one volume, is a year's worth of simple, sumptuous recipesthat are also hassle-free. Hassle-free because in every caseOne DishEquals One Pot. That's one pot to cook in and only one pot to cleanup. Whether your pot-of-choice is a casserole, a kettle, a slow-cooker,or a wok, and whether your specific cooking need is a speedy, skilletweekday supper or a savory, slow-simmering weekend stew, you'llfind plenty of healthy, nutritious recipes to choose from.Cash in on cooking speed with time-saving dishes like Turkey withBananas and Peanuts, Skillet Lasagne, and Sweet and SourChicken. Enjoy the easy comfort of stews and soups, with such one-dish recipes as Vegetable Chili, Irish Pub Soup and Hearty BeefBorscht. Toss together a popular plate of pasta like Spicy ThaiChicken Noodles or Curried Penne with Shrimp, or a big bowl ofmain-course salad, like Chicken-Papaya Salsa Salad or Turkey andBlack Bean Salad. Whatever your family's needs, whichever pot youreach for, here are 365 EASY ONE-DISH MEALS designed to makesuppertime a snap.
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About the Author
Natalie Haughton is food editor of the Los Angeles Daily News and author of Cookies, The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever, and 365 Great Chocolate Desserts. As a busy working mother, she has been creating one-dish meals for her husband and two children for more than two decades.