10 best fresh and hassle-free one-pot, one-pan dinners for spring

10 best fresh and hassle-free one-pot, one-pan dinners for spring

When it comes to spring dinners, most of us think light, bright and healthy. With so many colorful vegetables popping up in grocery stores and local farmers markets, it’s easy to let seasonal ingredients inspire your menu. But another great consideration when it comes to getting dinner on the table is to find recipes that provide good taste and nutrition without a lot of effort. If you’re looking for dishes that come together quickly and lack cleanup, look no further. These dishes with a pot or a pot are so satisfying and allow you to spend more time outside with the people you love, instead of doing the dishes.

Bonus: meals with a pot or plate buckets usually provide enough for leftovers, so consider tomorrow’s lunch sorted too!

Pasta bag spring

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli says this easy dish has “spring vibes galore”. Sub out asparagus and zucchini for any quick-cooking spring vegetable, such as snow peas, schnapps peas and green beans.

Pasta bag spring

Alex Guarnaschelli

Joy Bauer’s Sheet-Pan Pineapple Rinse

Who does not love a dinner gathered on a single sheet? This juicy dish is packed with nutrients thanks to pineapple, red onion and peppers. Do you have leftovers? Throw it in a wrap the next day.

Ark-Pan pineapple chicken

Joy Bauer

Eggplant with tomato, broccolini and mozzarella

This plate dinner is a great way to get everyone to eat their vegetables. Pro tip – be sure to cut the broccoli stalks in half lengthwise so that they cook within the specified time.

Eggplant with tomato, broccolini and mozzarella

Courtesy Adam Friedlander

Pulled Pork Salad Wraps

The fresh crunch of the salad is the perfect compliment to the rich taste of pulled pork. Be sure not to overfill your wraps when collecting!

Pulled Pork Salad Wraps

Dani Spies

One-pan roasted salmon, asparagus and Brussels sprouts

You quickly get dinner on the table with this easy dish. Do not feel like making a marinade? Just drizzle olive oil and lemon juice over all the ingredients, shake a little pepper on and call it a day!

One-pan roasted salmon, asparagus and Brussels sprouts

Karina Heinrich

Salmon a Papillote with brown rice and asparagus

Salmon brushed with Dijon and soy sauce gives a delicious dish. By using baking paper, you keep the fish moist and cut even more when cleaning.

Salmon a Papillote with brown rice and asparagus

Nathan Congleton / TODAY

Slow-Cooker Chicken Tinga

This tasty chicken is ready for taco night, and then use the leftovers for stuffed peppers.

Slow-Cooker Chicken Tinga

Kevin Curry

Pork Carnitas Tacos

If you already make Taco Tuesday, why not spice things up by swapping your meat out with this delicious pork?

Pork Carnitas Tacos

Ghazalle Badiozamani / Brittany Williams

Giadas Amalfi Lemon Chicken

Giada serves this bright, lemon-like chicken with a simple salad of bitter vegetables – both dishes come together in no time!

Giadas Amalfi Lemon Chicken

Kristin Dough

Healthy 1 minute chicken soup

Soup is not just for winter! If you are lucky enough to have a pressure cooker, just throw all the ingredients in and dinner is done.

Healthy 1 minute chicken soup

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