One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More

One Pot Easy Meals from Your Skillet Slow Cooker Stockpot and More The editors of Martha Stewart Living take minute meals and everyday food to the next level with one pot meals than innovative comfort food recipes make use of just a pot a sheet pan a skille

  • Title: One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More
  • Author: Martha Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780307954411
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
  • The editors of Martha Stewart Living take 30 minute meals and everyday food to the next level with one pot meals than 120 innovative, comfort food recipes make use of just a pot, a sheet pan, a skillet, a slow cooker, or a pressure cooker for meals that are delicious, satisfying, and quick to clean up, tooLO s latest cookbook features something everyone wants The editors of Martha Stewart Living take 30 minute meals and everyday food to the next level with one pot meals than 120 innovative, comfort food recipes make use of just a pot, a sheet pan, a skillet, a slow cooker, or a pressure cooker for meals that are delicious, satisfying, and quick to clean up, tooLO s latest cookbook features something everyone wants of all in one meals Packed with 120 gorgeous images and recipes for one pot wonders including their food hack for One Pan Pasta that went viral over the summer , this cookbook helps you get in and out of the kitchen with only one vessel to clean From chicken and vegetables that roast on the same sheet pan to skillet lasagna, baked risotto, soups, and down home casseroles, this is the volume that gives you the biggest flavor payoff with the smallest efforts Here, too, are a dozen recipes for one bowl desserts that can be ready when you are.

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    1. Let me begin this review by saying that I have four recipes from One Pot: Salmon with Kale and Cabbage, Baked Rice with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe, Pork Chops with Cabbage and Bacon, and Sausage with Acorn Squash and Onions. They have all been very good, the pork chop recipe was incredible. One Pot is divided into 7 sections: Dutch Oven, Skillet and Saute Pan, Slow Cooker, Roasting Pan and Baking Dish, Pressure Cooker, Stockpot and Saucepan, and Desserts. I like this method of organization becaus [...]

    2. Martha Stewart. Who doesn't know who she is? Culinary goddess, home-trending leader, magazine and television mogul. A leading expert in all things home-oriented, she's truly one of the first go-to's in the world of cooking, baking, or any kind of DIY thing.I am a fan of her work. She bakes, she makes, she cakes, she's a lifestyle genius. And so is her team of experts that creates Martha Stewart Living (the magazine, just in case you're new to the world of Martha Stewart). Probably the smartest t [...]

    3. From The Kitchens of Martha Stewart Living in their new book, “One Pot” published by Clarkson Potter Publishers gives us 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More.From the back cover: Using just one pan, you can stew, steam, sauté, simmer, braise, or roast your way to a fuss-free meal—and minimal cleanup to boot.At the end of a busy day, you want to serve a delicious home-cooked dinner, a complete, all-in-one meal that can be prepared with little effort and few pa [...]

    4. This is an excellent cookbook for everyday cooking. Featuring recipes that can be made in one piece of cookware - be it a saute pan, cast iron skillet, casserole dish, dutch oven, or slow cooker - many can be made with on-hand ingredients from a reasonably well-stocked American kitchen, and all are flavorful and (best of all!) FAST. Most of the recipes involve meat or seafood and are a bit challenging to adapt for non-meat eaters, so I don't recommend it for strict vegetarians. Also, I don't rec [...]

    5. This is a cookbook you will actually cook from. Also, this book would make a great Christmas gift for new and old cooks alike. Smartly divided by cooking equipment used, i.e dutch oven, Skillet and satue pan, slow cooker, roasting pan and baking dish, pressure cooker, stockpot and sauce pan, and desserts; the recipes are realistic and use easily found ingredients - no airloom persimmons here. The Martha Stewart empire is smartly cashing in on the Pinterest craze pics of one-pot cooking we all ar [...]

    6. I've been looking for this book for WEEKS! (AND paying late fees to the library for it.)I finally found it in the box of cookbooks we own - duh.I raced through it, and am taking it back to the library today. I will have to check it out again as soon as possible as it's so full of recipes I want to try that it is also now on my amazon wishlist!

    7. To be absolutely clear, I just read the cookbook from cover to cover. I have not made any of the recipes, but I will. I have this in Kindle version, and am very happy with the format. The first thing that reels me in to a cookbook are the photos. I have to SEE the finished dish, and if it looks appealing, then I'm in. This book gets five stars for that. There is a photo for every single recipe, and in Martha Stewart fashion, they are food-styled simply and with gorgeous lighting.There are seven [...]

    8. I like how the book is sectioned off my cookware (dutch oven recipes, slow cooker recipes, etc) but I have to say I only thought about half a dozen of the recipes sounded appealing.

    9. simple and delicious recipes! And nice pictures, which is the whole point of a cook book for me. Got some useful ideas for sure from this book.

    10. One-pot meals are winners at our house, so I tracked down this book at the library for a look-see. At first read, I was unimpressed. Same old stuff, seemed pretty basic. Only a few seemed worth trying.But then I started to make the recipes -- and not only are they easy, they're very tasty and satisfying! Everything I've tried has been quite good to terrific. I've flipped through the book again to find more likely recipes for future meals. So if you're uninspired when you first look at this book, [...]

    11. I don't read a lot of Martha Stewart cookbooks & this reminds me why. There are a lot of recipes that even for being done in one pot are really more than I'm willing to commit to. That said, there are some tasty looking recipes in here & I did get some to try out, so it's a worthwhile read if you're looking for some new recipes that won't use every pot in your kitchen.

    12. I was pretty disappointed with this book. I tried several recipes from it and most of them were more complicated than advertised and did not turn out. Still, I might try the book as many of the recipes sounded pretty appetizing. I'm willing to admit that the difficulty might be due to user error.

    13. There were only a few recipes I walked away with from this book. A lot were complicated or had too much time to prepare before putting into the one pot. I am really looking for quick and easy.

    14. I found many recipes I liked, I hope to possibly make one or two soon.-- Anonymous Staff Member

    15. I was very happy when my review copy of One Pot: 120+ Easy meals from your skillet, slow cooker, stockpot and more from the Editors of Martha Stewart Living arrived in the mail. This book is packed with recipes that enable you to add all of the ingredients to one cooking vessel and make a complete meal for your family with much less of the effort, wasted time and cleanup of multiple dishes and bowls that normally go into your dinner preparations. I really enjoyed the fact that they presented eac [...]

    16. Are you familiar with Martha Stewart Living magazine? It's a magazine that is filled with recipes, products, home decor, and helpful hints. The format is clean and crisp with photographs that are in muted and welcoming tones. It's a mix between old world, well-loved pieces and modern marvels. It translated very well into their newest cookbook.The recipes were divided by there cooking pots - dutch oven, skillet & saute pan, slow cooker, roasting pan & baking dish, pressure cooker, then st [...]

    17. I received a copy of "Martha Stewart Living One Pot" from Blogging for Books for an honest review. One Pot is another quality cookbook from Martha Stewart Living. The focus of the book is creating a delicious home-cooked nutritious meal for your family that can be prepared in one pot, with little clean up. The recipes are organized by the cooking vessel - Dutch Oven, Skillet, Slow Cooker, Roaster Pan/Baking Dish, Pressure Cooker, and Stockpot/Saucepans. I recently bought a Dutch Oven, and own al [...]

    18. I love the pictures and the overall layout by cooking method. However, VERY meat heavy recipes without a lot of originality not feeling very inspired.

    19. Simplify dinnertime (and cleanup) with one-pot recipes everyone will love.In my opinion, the worst thing about cooking is the cleanup. Well, voilà! This book offers a solution. Easy prep, easy recipe, and easy peasy cleanup.One Pot has several sections devoted to different types of pots—Dutch Oven, Slow Cooker, Skillet & Sauté Pan, Roasting Pan & Baking Dish, Pressure Cooker, and Stockpot. It also has a segment dedicated to Desserts.Now, I don’t eat beef, so sometimes it can be dif [...]

    20. "One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More" is simply a pleasure from cover to cover. This delightful cookbook from the Kitchens of Martha Stewart Living is one that you will reach for time and time again. With its trimmed-down size, easy-to-read font, and clean layout, this tempting collection of "one pot" meals and delicious desserts is definitely user-friendly. Each recipe is accompanied by a full-color photo. The cooking categories are: Dutch Oven; Skillet & [...]

    21. What a great cookbook! I will say this is one of my new favorites! While reading and exploring this book, it seemed like my Pinterest food page in a book! All of the meals really are pretty simple, meaning easy to do and available ingredients. Honestly, sometimes I don't want to/have time to go shopping for a bunch of random ingredients, I just want to use what I have. This book is for those meals, I have the ingredients and most only take about an hour at the most. This book is split up into ca [...]

    22. This is cookbook I know I will be pulling off the shelf on a regular basis. I like the way the recipes are separated by the type of “pot” you need for cooking. By that I mean the recipes are divided by slow cooker, roasting pan, Dutch oven, pressure cooker and stock pot rather than the traditional layout of appetizers, meat, sides, etc.If I am in the mood to use the slow cooker then I can turn to that section and find a recipe. There is a description of all the baking pots, pans, anything yo [...]

    23. This selection of recipes provides easy to prepare, tasty, nutritious meals—all in one pot—whether it be a slow cooker, a baking pan, roaster, or one of the many things included in this book. Yes, the book even explains what each type of cooking utensil is and what it should be used for. To top it off, you don't make a huge mess while preparing these recipes.Think of the dishes you won’t have to wash! That alone is a reason to purchase this book. But ultimately, it’s the delicious meals [...]

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