One-Skillet Suppers

Between holiday parties and family
get-togethers, you're too busy this time of year to deal with complicated recipes that use up all the pots and pans in your cupboard. These 
4 nutritious recipes each use only one skillet and are all designed to keep cleanup to a minimum!
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Between holiday parties and family
get-togethers, you're too busy this time of year to deal with complicated recipes that use up all the pots and pans in your cupboard. These 
4 nutritious recipes each use only one skillet and are all designed to keep cleanup to a minimum!


Do you dread cleaning up your kitchen after enjoying a nice family meal? We know the last thing you want to do after dinner is spend your evening washing a sink full of pots and pans, especially at this busy time of year. So, we’ve created four fantastic recipes that are all easy to put together, are full of flavor, and most importantly, use only one skillet for minimal cleanup.

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We’ve incorporated a variety of flavors into these dishes – including Thai, Mexican and French – all of which can be put together in 30 minutes or less of hands-on time.

So tonight, choose one of these amazing recipes, grab your groceries and enjoy a gourmet-style meal. We promise you’ll spend more time with your family and less time at the sink washing pots and pans!

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Corn Bread–Topped Beef & Black Bean Chili

A one-skillet twist on a traditional chili with corn bread, this recipe uses both lean beef and black beans for a satisfying protein punch.

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Thai Vegetable Curry

Colorful sweet potato, red bell pepper and spinach take the spotlight in this classic curry with Pad Thai noodles. The combination of coconut, lime and cilantro makes this dish an authentic Thai experience – in only 30 minutes!

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Herbed Turkey Scallopine with Lemon Dijon Kale

Fresh dill and Dijon pack this turkey scallopine with mouthwatering flavor, while kale provides both a fiber and antioxidant boost. It’s a balanced meal with less than 200 calories per serving!

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Coq Au Vin

French for “chicken with wine,” coq au vin is a classic dish that combines chicken, red wine, mushrooms and onions. We’ve taken this elegant dish and made it healthier and quicker, and of course, we used only one skillet!

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