Make the most of your evenings with these recipes which only use one pot (or pan or tray). That’s the washing up done in a flash.
One pot recipes Crispy Chicken Thighs in a Creamy Mushroom Sauce - Emma Spitzer Traybake recipes one pot recipes

One pot recipes for an effortless midweek dinner

One pot dishes are delicious and warm autumn dishes that are perfect for an easy midweek dinner. They are simple to make and require minimal washing. Save energy, maximise ingredients, and reduce washing up with these one pot recipes.

Crispy Chicken Thighs in a Creamy Mushroom Sauce - Emma Spitzer

Cuisine: World - Cuisine

C'mon, who doesn't love a thick and creamy mushroom sauce on their chicken? We know that you'll find this one irresistible. This dish is perfect for the autumn months, when you want to cosy up to a meal and eat something warm. This recipe is comforting and creamy. It’s also been lightened up with some yoghurt as a replacement for double cream. This is definitely our favourite meal for the week!

Alex Hollywood - Rosemary chicken with roasted squash

Cuisine: Roast

Tray-bakes are the one pot wonder of the oven, made with little effort and maximum flavour. In this recipe, you will love the combinations of sweet butternut squash with its spice pairing made in heaven, cinnamon, along with tangy blue cheese, crunchy pecans and herby roast chicken. This recipe is a filling, warming dish perfect for all your chicken cravings.

Harissa and Lemon-Baked Fish and Root Veg with Couscous - Jo Pratt

Cuisine: Moroccan

Quick, easy, and all in one pot, meaning you only need to wash one dish! This autumnal recipe will bring out the best flavours and let you make the most of your evening. Harissa is originally from Tunisia and is a chilli paste made from spices and herbs which give it a spicy aroma. It’s widely used in North Africa and the Middle east but here it’s used to marinate the fish. 

Salmon and Butternut Squash Tray Bake with Avocado Mash- Lee Holmes

Cuisine: World - Cuisine

Throw everything into this tray and bake for a great midweek meal. Our tray-baked salmon with butternut and avocado mash is a healthy and hearty dish that will tantalise your taste buds. Sydney-based nutritionist Lee Holmes says ‘Butternut squash is great for immunity and sesame seeds contain tryptophan which is used by the brain to produce serotonin and melatonin that help you relax and go to sleep.' No need to wash up piles and piles of pots and pans also, this only needs one! 

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