6 Sensational One Skillet Dinners

how to make chicken marsala

The perfect weeknight dinner? One that the entire family enjoys and requires minimal clean-up. These recipes fit the bill!

 

 

  1. how to make chicken marsala

    Chicken Marsala

    Chicken Marsala: golden pan-fried chicken cutlets and mushrooms in a rich Marsala wine sauce. This classic restaurant dish is really easy to make at home... in ONE pan... in just 45 minutes! FYI -- the sauce is wonderful over pasta, polenta, rice, or mashed potatoes.

  2. greek shrimp

    Greek Shrimp with Tomatoes & Feta

    Made almost entirely from pantry and freezer staples, this dish is one of my go-to meals when I have to hit the kitchen running. Make the Greek-spiced tomato sauce on the stovetop, add the shrimp, top with chunks of feta, and slide into the oven to bake. Finish with a quick broil and fresh mint.

  3. shakshuka

    Shakshuka

    One of the best things that I ate on my recent trip to Israel was shakshuka, a one-skillet dish of eggs poached in a smoky, spicy, vegetable-laden tomato sauce. It's easy to make and perfect for breakfast, dinner or anytime in between. Plus, it’s fun to say: shakshuka!

  4. beef with broccoli

    Beef with Broccoli

    No wok needed for this for this easy “takeout” dish of tender steak and crisp broccoli florets in a rich ginger and garlic sauce. The ingredients are all easy to find at most supermarkets. Serve it with steamed rice and an quick, family-friendly dinner is done.

  5. shrimp curry

    Easy Thai Shrimp Curry

    Make this 25 minute shrimp dish once, and it will become a part of your regular rotation. Plump shrimp are simmered in a rich and fragrant coconut sauce infused with lemongrass, ginger, hot green chilies and fresh herbs. It sounds exotic but it’s super easy to make.

  6. chicken curry

    Chicken Curry

    In this family-friendly Indian dish, thinly sliced chicken breasts are sautéed with curry powder and simmered in an aromatic, slightly sweet curry sauce thickened with Greek yogurt. You can have it on the table in 30 minutes — or in the time it takes to make some basmati rice.

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