Before diving into all one pot dinner recipes, I would like to define what they are.
When somebody said, "One pot" or "one skillet", you may think about the stove top. But I want to expand on that. Our one pot dinner recipes include meals made in oven with one roasting pan or baking sheet.
In fact, a lot of these one-pot oven dinner recipes are even better. You can line up your pan nicely with aluminum foil. By mastering this skill, it can save you from using all the muscles to scratch off all the burned food stuck on the pan.
The biggest reason why we want to have one pot dinner because we want to have less cleaning. So, strategically lining the aluminum foil on the baking sheets and/or roasting pans make sense. Yeah, I know. You can use disposable ones. But why waste the money? 2-3 disposable aluminum bake ware is about the same price of a roll 50 feet aluminum foil which can help you to line a big turkey roasting pan for at least 10 times. Can you imagine the money you would save if you apply the same method on using the foil on smaller baking sheets or pans?
However, I do use disposable aluminum bake wares, especially if there is cooking liquid, other than water, during the process. For instance, my baked ham needs fruit cocktail juice in the roasting pan all time. It would be wise to use the disposable bake ware in this situation.
It may take you some time to get used to lining up your bake wares by following the steps below. Practice makes perfect. You will eventually complete the task in less than 2 minutes and appreciate how much time it saves you from cleaning the burn marks.
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