Thursday, 21 January 2016

One-pot meals


Work and family and schedules and cooking aren't always good-for-each-other companions, especially when cooking involves loads of prep, clean-up, and stove time. The result? All too often we're forced to grab on-the-go solutions that aren't the best for us.

Luckily, there's another way - one that doesn't take much time, too much effort, or too much money. It's called the one-pot meal.

One pot meals can be cooked in a variety of ways, but all have a few things in common. They're a snap to prep and clean up, and they lend themselves well to loads of extras (think: freezer dinner!). In addition, they can easily be adapted to your favourite types of cuisine - noodles or rice, spicy or veggie heavy. Try these options for a fresh take and helpful way to eat well without all the effort.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, I love the graphic! Did you make it yourself?

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    1. Unfortunetly I didn't. Wish I had though.

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  2. i am going to try the one pot spaghetti because pasta is my favorite!

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    1. Oh gosh, pasta also is my favourite.

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  3. I love one pot meals, so easy. That's definitely a style of cooking I love.

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    1. Not counting that to wash up there are so many lesser things on the sink.

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  4. Mmmmm, one pot meals are a fave here at my house...well except when the kids are here. :) pinning this...yep, it's that good

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    1. One pot just makes life so much quicker and easier doesn't it?!

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  5. Yup. Love a one pot meal! One of the quickest and easiest ways to cook fresh. I also love my high speed blender, to create food that isn't overcooked. Couldn't be without pots OR blenders. Kitchen kit. Ain't it just beauuuudiful? ;-)

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