One-Pot Recipes To Keep Your Bellies Full And Your Sinks (Relatively) Empty

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Finding someone who loves to eat isn't hard this day and age. Finding someone who loves to cook and clean? Well, that's a different story.

Fortunately for the lazy time-pressed home cook, there's plenty of recipes that'll make cleaning up easy with just one pot and a handful of utensils. And while these meals skimp on dirty dishes, they definitely pack in the flavour and are plenty versatile for a weeknight dinner or an upcoming potluck.

1. Roger Mooking's Trinidadian Pelau

roger mooking pelau

Get the recipe over at Say It. Make It. Eat It.

2. Zucchini Noodle Shakshuka

tasty yummies one pot shashuka

Learn more over at Tasty Yummies

3. Cheesy Vegetarian Chili Mac

budget bytes vegetarian chili mac

Get started by visiting Budget Byte$

4. One-Pot Chicken and Dumplings

one pot chicken dumplings

Learn how to pull it off at The Cozy Cook

5. One-Pot Tomato And Basil Tortellini Soup

one pot tortellini soup gal on a mission

Get the recipe at Gal On A Mission

6. Wild Rice Jambalaya

jambalaya wild rice this lil piglet

Find the steps to make this at This Lil Piglet

7. Vegetarian Quinoa Chili

vegetarian quinoa chili the healthy maven

Get the recipe over at The Healthy Maven

8. Skillet Chicken Pot Pie with Cheddar Crust

skillet chicken pot pie with cheddar crust

Steps to make this pie from Spicy Southern Kitchen

9. Easy One-Pot Shrimp Boil

easy one pot shrimp boil garden matter

Learn how to pull it off at Garden Matter

10. Honey-Garlic Crock Pot Chicken

honey garlic chicken damn delicious

Get the recipe over at Damn Delicious

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"Say It. Make It. Eat It." is an AOL Canada Originals series that celebrates the multitude of cuisines from around the world that are loved by Canadians from coast to coast. Renowned chefs from the country's top restaurants and online food celebs show you step-by-step how properly say, make and enjoy some of their favourite dishes — and they'll fill you in on why these dishes are close to their hearts. Get ready to cook and dine like a pro, Canada.

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