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Our Favorite One-Dish Dinner Recipes


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English | January 2nd, 2018 | ASIN: B077W1KSS2, ISBN: 1620932636 | 131 Pages | EPUB | 5.21 MB

From busy weeknights to casual gatherings, there's nothing more satisfying for dinner than a creamy pot pie topped with a flaky crust, a piping-hot pot roast or a cheesy, crumb-topped casserole. For Our Favorite One-Dish Dinners, we've rounded up 60 no-fuss recipes that will bring everyone running to the table.

Whether you'd like to serve up a savory dinner pie, an oh-so-easy skillet supper, a hearty pop-in-the-oven casserole or a tummy-warming soup or stew, you'll find a wide variety of lip-smacking one-dish recipes that are as easy to prepare as they are to clean up
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