One Pot Meal Ideas

One Pot Meal Ideas
Heather Nicholds, C.H.N.

A lot of my meals are made in one pot, for many reasons. The most obvious is that it keeps dishes at a minimum, since it only uses one pot.

Having one dish means that your tastebuds are satisfied with less food than if you have lots of different flavors on your plate. Think of Thanksgiving dinner, and tons of side dishes, and how you need to eat just enough of each one to feel satisfied – even though you’re overstuffed.

One pot meals keep things simple in terms of time spent making a meal, and also in terms keeping your evening meal a bit lighter for easier digestion before bed.

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One Pot Meal Ideas

Moroccan Chickpea Stew: Amazingly aromatic from the spices, and you simply put everything in a crock pot, or on the stove to simmer, while you relax until dinner time!

Black Bean Corn Salad: More like a one bowl meal, great for spring, and is definitely a meal-sized salad.

Eggplant Chickpea Curry: This dish shows you how to make a curry that can be served for dinner, and then turned into a salad for lunch.

Butternut squash & kale risotto with cheesy almond parmesan, on Dash of Compassion, looks amazingly yummy, warming and easy! Nicole proves you don’t have to stand by the pot for an hour stirring to make a delicious risotto.

One Pot Vegan Pasta, by Minimalist Baker, looks like a really great way to make a delicious vegetable pasta without using many pots!

Kale and quinoa salad with black beans, by Susan of Fat Free Vegan Kitchen, combines so many amazing things in one bowl that I can’t imagine how it could be any less than amazing.

Happy Cooking!


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