When your work schedule is full of meetings, regroups and seminars, and your home agenda includes sports practices, school meetings and homework, there’s little room to cook healthy a dinner for the family. That’s where one-pot meals come in. Whether it’s a wok, Dutch oven, skillet, or tagine, a one-pot meal allows us to prepare all of a meal’s ingredients in one vessel. This low-fuss method means minimal clean up and an easy way to toss a starch, protein, and vegetables in one easy feast. Plus, most one-pot meals are easy to freeze and save leftovers for a busy night down the road. Read on for our simple, balanced one-pot recipes.