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  • The dish looks complicated, but is easy once you have the dough mixed up, and it is great one-dish meal for serving a crowd.

    Bites from other Blogs | Baking Bites

  • This version of chicken and dumplings - and you should know that there are as many ways to make this dish as there are ways to make a chocolate chip cookie - is a quick one-dish meal that you can make in less than an hour from start to finish.

    Chicken and Dumplings | Baking Bites

  • Nestled on a bed of baby spinach and brightened with a drizzle of anise-scented dressing, the combination adds up to a light yet lusty one-dish supper.

    Dressed for Fall

  • Not discouraged, I sheepishly looked over my shoulder to see where this freeloading food action was to be found, but when the bartender came back out and asked if we wanted veggie or meat appetizer it became clear that this was an only one-dish affair.

    Midtown Happy Hour: Free App With a Drink at Spice Fusion | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • I substituted zucchini that I had in my fridge for the bell peppers (which I don't care for anyway), and ended up with something pretty much like your squash casserole -- but a one-dish meal that my kids would eat!

    Tex-Mex squash casserole | Homesick Texan

  • For more casual dinners, he likes to make a one-dish meal such as lobster or chicken pot pie, which can be baked just before guests arrive.

    Throwing a Large Dinner Party

  • Whatever the reason for his taking up the spatula, Mr. King has since acquired a few tricks of the trade, including a practical mastery of that most versatile of one-dish meals, the omelet.

    Guys and Dollops

  • It's a crowd-pleaser that's relatively easy to prepare; once the multitude of ingredients are as sembled, making this one-dish meal is essentially just a matter of connecting the dots.

    The Pi

  • "Cassoulet is rather filling," says Mr. Ryon, who describes it as "almost a one-dish meal."

    The Comfort of a Hearty Cassoulet

  • If people in your group are culinarily-inclined, have them cook rather than going out to eat, and stick to easy one-dish meals.

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