There are so many reasons we love one-pan recipes. They’re fast. They’re easy. They’re delicious. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or throwing something together on a busy weeknight, one pan meals are the best. Just chop what you need, oil, season, pop it in the oven and set a timer.
High quality AND low fuss, that’s why one-pan meals are a win every time! Try one of these one-pan meals to experience the awesomeness for yourself!
This is one of those meals that hits all the bases. Hearty steak and mushrooms, good-for-you broccolini and even some cannellini beans for good measure. As if the combination isn’t enough to get you hungry, wait till you see the directions. You use the one-pan for literally everything, making the hardest part of this recipe slicing the mushrooms. 🙌
You’re in for a world of flavor with this one folks. If you aren’t one to cook with fish often, this recipe is an excellent introduction. All you’re doing to a fresh or thawed cut of salmon is adding it to the pan, topping it with a mustard-maple-paprika glaze and roasting for 10-15 minutes (until it flakes easily with a fork). We love the way this recipe compensates for the different cook times of the foods in the pan too – with potatoes going in before everything else for 20 minutes. After that you add your asparagus, salmon and cherry tomatoes. Seasoned with lemon, rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper, it’s easy good-for-you gourmet at its finest.
Another ultra-healthy one-pan meal, this one is the definition of #eattherainbow. We’re pretty sure the hardest part of this recipe is chopping all those veggies – an awesome line-up of broccoli, red and yellow bell pepper, zucchini, red onion, carrot and grape tomato. Similar to the way the potatoes went in before everything else in the previous recipe, shrimp and tomatoes go in after the other veggies have had 12 minutes at 425º F, since they cook much faster. Did we mention all this goodness is seasoned in a must-try butter, sea salt, garlic powder, black pepper and cayenne pepper sauce? 😍
For those of us feeling fall, the fact that this is a one sheet pan meal is just a bonus to the awesomeness of this recipe! Cinnamon chipotle on pork chops – could there be a more warm-you-from-the-inside-out combo? As if the rub on the pork isn’t enough, perfect-for-fall parsnips and carrots are paired with it! While those get a head-start roasting for 15 minutes, the recipe suggests searing the pork chops for 2 minutes per side. While you could skip this step and roast until the pork reaches 165º F to keep it a one-pan meal, the sear works to turn that cinnamon chipotle rub into a too-tasty crust, and you definitely don’t want to miss that!
Chicken breast, quartered artichoke hearts and all the stuff to make it tasty, that’s all you need for this quick, easy and light recipe. Coated in butter, lemon honey, garlic and italian seasoning, it’s a fail-proof recipe built to please. Pair it with some brown or wild rice on the side or a simple salad.
Get ready for a Fall trifecta of flavor! As if the combination of butternut squash and apples aren’t awesome enough, we have the freshest in town from our Upstate New York grower on sale now! Paired with these 2 fall faves is kielbasa, a great complementary flavor to the sweetness of the squash and apple. To even out all these sweet ingredients, yellow onion and fresh thyme and rosemary do an amazing job. The hardest part of this recipe is definitely chopping everything up, so if you are short on time just grab our ready to cook pre-cut butternut squash.
Frittatas are tasty, healthy, easy and you can load them up with all your favorite ingredients. While you could absolutely save this recipe for your next breakfast or brunch, the bold flavors and combo of chorizo, poblano pepper, black beans, roasted red pepper and lots of cheese definitely make it a hearty-enough candidate for dinner time. Because of its many Mexican ingredients, serve it with fresh salsa, guacamole, sour cream or even some crumbled queso fresco. 😍
Do you have a one-pan meal you love? Tag us with #BestMarket, we would love to see!
October 16, 2019