Practice the art of simplicity when you embrace these four-ingredient recipes. Assuming you've already got salt, pepper, and olive oil socked away in the pantry, you need only pull together a few more ingredients to make each of these delightful dishes for lunches, dinners, and desserts.
Meatloaf is the quintessential comfort food. Whether served with mashed potatoes and gravy at the dinner table, eaten as a sandwich, or formed into burgers, meatloaf is a versatile and budget-friendly food.
If you enjoy preparing dinner each night but don’t want to spend hours at the stove, simply stock up on the weekend with quick-cooking, mix-and-match ingredients: proteins, vegetables, grains, pasta, and seasonings. Get inspired by these recipes that are easily assembled into speedy suppers.
A full, well-rounded meal doesn't need to be a multistage bonanza that requires hours of scrubbing dishes (and bowls and measuring spoons and mixers...) afterward. Sometimes, a full meal -- that means all of essential components and all of the flavor -- can be cooked in just one pot. These super-satisfying recipes all come from Martha's book "One Pot."