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One-Skillet Bibimbap

One-Skillet Bibimbap

Restaurant-style Korean food in your own kitchen? Oh yeah, we got that! While at first glance this meal might look complex, bibimbap is a totally home cook-friendly dish. Put down the takeout menu, grab one (yes, one!) skillet and get ready to head to flavor paradise.MORE+LESS-

Updated November 15, 2019

Gochujang Mayonnaise

1

tablespoon gochujang paste

Skillet

1

boneless rib eye steak (12 to 14 oz), trimmed of excess fat

1

cup thinly sliced kimchi, drained and patted dry

4

cups hot cooked white rice

Vegetables

2

cups thinly sliced napa cabbage

1/2

cup thinly sliced cucumber

1/4

cup thinly sliced radishes

1/4

cup chopped fresh cilantro leaves

4

green onions, thinly sliced on the bias (1/2 cup)

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  • 1

    In small bowl, beat Gochujang Mayonnaise ingredients with whisk; set aside.

  • 2

    In 10-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add steak; cook 4 to 6 minutes or until deep brown on first side. Turn steak; reduce heat to medium, and cook 4 to 6 minutes or until cooked to desired temperature (145°F for medium-rare). Transfer to cutting board; let stand 5 minutes, then thinly slice. Cover with foil to keep warm.

  • 3

    Add 1 tablespoon of the butter to drippings in skillet over medium heat. Add kimchi; cook 3 to 5 minutes or until browned on edges. Transfer to small bowl; cover with foil to keep warm.

  • 4

    Add remaining tablespoon butter to skillet; add eggs. Cook 15 to 30 seconds or until edges are set; pour soy sauce over eggs, and cover pan. Reduce heat to low; cook 1 to 3 minutes or until yolks are set and no longer runny.

  • 5

    Divide rice among 4 bowls. Divide vegetables evenly over rice. Top each bowl with one-fourth of the steak and 1 egg. Divide kimchi mixture evenly among bowls. Drizzle with gochujang mayonnaise.

Expert Tips

  • Rib eye can be finicky to prepare. Here’s a tip: To achieve a more even cook on your protein, opt for a thicker steak, around 1 inch thick.
  • To make your bibimbap bowl extra fancy, julienne the radishes and cucumber to match the shredded carrot and cabbage.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
710
Calories from Fat
360
% Daily Value
Total Fat
40g
61%
Saturated Fat
11g
56%
Trans Fat
1/2g
Cholesterol
275mg
91%
Sodium
1330mg
55%
Potassium
610mg
18%
Total Carbohydrate
54g
18%
Dietary Fiber
2g
10%
Sugars
5g
Protein
33g
Vitamin A
80%
80%
Vitamin C
25%
25%
Calcium
15%
15%
Iron
30%
30%
Exchanges:

3 Starch; 0 Fruit; 0 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 1 1/2 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 2 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 5 1/2 Fat;

Carbohydrate Choice

3 1/2

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

More About This Recipe

  • New to bibimbap? This rice-based dish originates from Korea, and its definition is right there in the name: “Bibim” means mixing ingredients together, and “bap” means rice. Bibimbap starts with warm rice, then is tossed in sautéed vegetables, kimchi or gochujang and soy sauce. A protein such as beef or a fried egg usually tops this bowl, and everything gets stirred together right before serving.
  • Bibimbap is often served in a hot bowl, then the toppings are stirred against the bowl to cook them slightly. We took this idea and cooked all our ingredients in one skillet instead.

20 One-Skillet and One-Pot Vegetarian Dinners

Published: May 10, 2016 · Modified: Feb 25, 2021 by Nicole @ Oh My Veggies · This post may contain affiliate links.

One-pan pasta is hot right now, and it's no wonder. Throw everything in the pot, cook it all together for a few minutes, and voila! Dinner is served (and dish-washing is a cinch!) Loads of meatless dishes lend themselves perfectly to the one-pot treatment--and they don't have to be limited to pasta, either. Here are 20 of our favorite one-skillet and one-pot vegetarian dinners.


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Lemon-Garlic Skillet Chicken and Potatoes

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Shrimp, White Bean and Feta Skillet

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Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Everything in this elegant-yet-easy dish cooks in one skillet, cutting down on the cleanup. Holding the potatoes in water after cutting prevents them from discoloring while you prep the other ingredients.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Use spicy Italian sausage to add a kick to your next lasagna dinner. This hearty dish feeds up to eight people, but you might want to invite fewer to dinner &mdash you’ll be quite happy if you can enjoy leftovers the next day!

Get the Recipe:Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Creamy Skillet Chicken

One humble skillet has four jobs in this easy weeknight meal: It sears, sautes, simmers and steams. The cleanup is so minimal, your dishwasher will be out of work!

Get the Recipe:Creamy Skillet Chicken

Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Our amazing homage to the classic French dish that can take all day to cook is ready in about an hour. This version uses canned-bean liquid and breadcrumbs to mimic the unctuous texture, while chicken thighs replace the duck confit.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Skillet Chicken and Ravioli

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Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

If you ask us, this deep-dish pizza is much better than takeout. Thanks to your cast-iron skillet, you can have a hot, flavorful pizza on the table in just one hour &mdash and with minimal cleanup!

Get the Recipe:Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

These cheesy enchiladas are the perfect thing to whip together if you have left over rotisserie chicken or are looking for a super quick 30-minute meal.

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Spiced pork tenderloin, lemon-ginger carrots and apricot-studded couscous all play nicely together in this speedy one-pan weeknight dinner (your dishwasher will thank you). Consider the pumpkin pie spice your secret weapon &mdash its blend of unique spices gives you major bang in just one ingredient.

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Skillet Lasagna

Preparing lasagna on a busy weeknight is so much easier with the help of a handy skillet and no-bake lasagna noodles &mdash that way, no baking is required. This recipe from Food Network Magazine comes together in just 45 minutes on the stovetop.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Lasagna

Skillet Chicken and Dumplings

The secret to this shortcut version of the comfort classic is using rotisserie chicken and prepared biscuit dough: With these two products on hand, a three-hour dish becomes fast enough for a weeknight dinner and easy enough (just one pot!) that you can make it almost anywhere &mdash from a camping trip to a vacation rental.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken and Dumplings

Skillet Chicken and Artichokes

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Skillet Bibimbap Pizza

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Turkey Sausage and Peppers

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Tex-Mex Skillet Chicken and Rice

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Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

Ina Garten’s juicy skillet-roasted chicken tastes even better thanks to the rich and earthy pan juices, a byproduct of the dry white wine, onions, garlic, lemons and herbs that penetrate the chicken as it cooks. After roasting, the lemons turn from bitter to sweet &mdash almost candied &mdash so you can bite right into them.

Get the Recipe:Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

Western Hash Brown Omelet

This spin on a Western omelet is stuffed with frozen hash browns, cheese, bell peppers and deli ham, turning this breakfast favorite into a hearty breakfast-for-dinner treat.

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Skillet Chicken Lasagna

Looking for a weeknight winner? Ree uses staples from her pantry, like pasta and jarred marinara sauce, to whip up this crowd-pleasing meal.

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4-Step Chicken Marengo

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Skillet Beef Pie

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Skillet Lasagna with Butternut Squash

By making Food Network Kitchen’s quick-and-easy lasagna in a skillet, you’ll ensure the dish comes out with crisp noodles and caramelized cheese around the edges, in addition to a tender, gooey center.

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Stir-Fry Frittata

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Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

Ree&rsquos creamy, cheesy pasta is just what you want for a comforting dinner. She whips up a quick alfredo with half-and-half and heavy cream, then throws in spinach and tomatoes for a pop of color.

Get the Recipe:Bow-Tie Skillet Alfredo

20-Minute Sausage and Pepper Ravioli Skillet

We took the favorite Italian flavor combo of sausage and peppers and put them in an easy weeknight dish that can be on the table in just 20 minutes. Cook the store-bought ravioli and colorful sauce at the same time, then finish by heating them in the same pan. Melted provolone is the crowning touch.


  • 3 tablespoons rice vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 2 teaspoons light brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
  • 2 portobello mushroom caps (about 4 inches across)
  • 1 pound raw shrimp (21-25 per pound), peeled and deveined (see Notes)
  • 2 ¼ cups water
  • 1 ¼ cups short-grain brown rice
  • 1 medium carrot
  • 1 4-inch piece English cucumber
  • 2 radishes, trimmed
  • 1 cup bean sprouts, chopped into 1- to 2-inch pieces
  • 1 tablespoon canola oil
  • 4 large eggs
  • 4 tablespoons Korean chile paste (see Notes)

To prepare marinade: Whisk vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, canola oil, brown sugar and ginger in a medium bowl.

To prepare bibimbap: Place mushroom caps in a shallow dish. Pour in about half the marinade and turn to coat. Set aside.

Add shrimp to the remaining marinade coat evenly. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes or up to about 1 hour, while you prepare the rice and vegetables.

Bring water to a boil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Stir in rice, reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer at the lowest bubble until the rice is tender, about 50 minutes. Let stand, covered, until ready to serve.

Meanwhile, cut carrot, cucumber and radishes into 1- to 2-inch matchsticks (or cut into julienne strips using a mandoline slicer) set aside in separate piles along with the chopped bean sprouts.

About 20 minutes before you're ready to grill, preheat a gas grill to high or prepare a charcoal fire.

If grilling on a gas grill, keep one half on high heat and turn the other half down to medium heat. If using charcoal, move the coals into two separate piles. One pile should be larger for high heat and the other smaller for medium heat. Brush the grill rack clean and oil it (see Tip).

Grill the mushroom caps directly over medium heat until soft and tender, basting occasionally with the marinade in the dish and turning once or twice, 8 to 12 minutes. Grill the shrimp directly over high heat until lightly charred and opaque in the center, turning once, 2 to 3 minutes. Remove to a clean cutting board. Cut the mushrooms and shrimp into 1/2-inch pieces keep separate.

Get each portion ready before cooking eggs. Put 1 cup of the warm rice in each of 4 bowls. Arrange the vegetables, mushrooms and shrimp in separate piles around the edge.

Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Crack eggs into the pan, being careful not to break the yolks. Cook until the whites are set, 3 to 5 minutes, or to desired doneness. Place a fried egg in the center of each portion. Each diner should stir everything in the bowl together, adding chile paste to taste.

Notes: Both wild-caught and farm-raised shrimp can damage the surrounding ecosystems when not managed properly. Look for shrimp certified by an independent agency, such as Wild American Shrimp or Marine Stewardship Council. If you can't find certified shrimp, choose wild-caught shrimp from North America--it's more likely to be sustainably caught. Shrimp is usually sold by the number needed to make one pound. For example, &ldquo21-25 count&rdquo means there will be 21 to 25 shrimp in a pound. Size names, such as &ldquolarge&rdquo or &ldquoextra large,&rdquo are not standardized. In recipes calling for a specific count, order by the count (or number) per pound to be sure you're getting the size you want.

Korean chile paste (also called hot pepper paste, gochujang or kochujang) is a fermented spicy condiment made from red chiles, soybeans and salt. Find it in Korean or Asian markets or online from koamart.com. Annie Chun, a widely distributed national brand of Asian foods, has recently launched their own bottled gochujang sauce that is becoming increasingly available in large supermarkets. It keeps indefinitely in the refrigerator. To make a substitute for Korean chile paste, combine 2 tablespoons white miso, 2 tablespoons Asian-style chile sauce, such as sriracha, and 2 teaspoons molasses.

Tip: To oil a grill rack, oil a folded paper towel, hold it with tongs and rub it over the rack. (Do not use cooking spray on a hot grill.)

People with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity should use soy sauces that are labeled "gluten-free," as soy sauce may contain wheat or other gluten-containing sweeteners and flavors.


One Skillet Riced Cauliflower Jambalaya

This aromatic Cajun recipe by former Food & Wine Magazine Executive Food Editor Tina Ujlaki is splendid for entertaining and incredibly versatile. You could certainly swap in chicken and other vegetables, add mussels or other seafood, and substitute smoked ham for the andouille. For a dressy presentation, leave the tails on the cleaned shrimp and steam them right on top of the jambalaya, then serve it straight from the skillet.

Cook’s Note: The smoky Spanish paprika called pimenton de la Vera gives this dish a lovely flavor, but regular paprika will be fine too. If you do happen to purchase it, I guarantee you’ll find lots of uses for it as it amps up the character of anything it’s added to, from vegetables and eggs to fish and meat dishes. It comes in two varieties—sweet and hot—and both are delicious. I gave up mincing garlic a few years ago when I discovered that finely grating it on a Microplane is just as effective, but easier!

In a large nonstick skillet, heat the olive oil. Add the onion, red and green peppers and celery and stir in the thyme, smoked paprika and oregano. Season with salt and pepper and cook over moderately high heat, stirring frequently, until the vegetables are softened, about 7 minutes.

Add the garlic and cook, stirring, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Add the tomatoes and their juices and the andouille and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer until some of the juices have evaporated, about 8 minutes.

Stir in the Earthbound Farm Organic Riced Cauliflower until thoroughly coated with sauce. Season the shrimp with salt and pepper and add them to the skillet along with 1 tablespoon of water. Cover and cook over moderate heat until the shrimp are just white throughout and the cauliflower rice is just tender, about 6 minutes. Pick out and discard the thyme sprigs.

Serve the jambalaya straight from the skillet, or transfer it to a platter or plates. Garnish with scallions and parsley and serve with hot sauce.


16 Recipes That Get a Spicy-Sweet Kick From Gochujang

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If you’re familiar with Korean cuisine, then you’ve probably come across gochujang, a spicy-sweet chili paste that’s as versatile as it is delicious. The pungent paste is made from red chili pepper flakes, fermented soy beans, glutinous rice, and salt. It’s traditionally fermented for many months, and sometimes years, in which the starches from the rice are converted to sugars, helping create gochujang’s iconic yet subtle sweetness.

Because it's not just cooked, but fermented, Gochujang does much more than add spice to your favorite dishes. We love its complex layers of flavor that make it spicy, sweet, salty, and funky all at once. It also has a thick consistency and deep red color that adds texture and brightness when used, especially in sauces and marinades. You’ll often find gochujang in Korean dishes like bibimbap and bulgogi, as well as a number of stews and sauces.

A little goes a long way with this umami-boosting ingredient. In the recipes below, only about a tablespoon or two of gochujang is called for, but you can always add more to suit your tastes. From barbecue sauces and ketchups to stir-fried anchovy banchan and crispy skillet rice, these are our favorite ways to incorporate the sweet heat of gochujang.


Easy Skillet Main Dishes

This super-quick and indulgent weeknight dinner takes a slight left turn from the standard fettuccine Alfredo. Red peppers and paprika transform it from expected to spectacular.

Get the Recipe:Creamy, Garlicky Shrimp Skillet

Lemon-Garlic Skillet Chicken and Potatoes

For once, water and oil work together to make a magical one-skillet weeknight chicken dinner. Potatoes cook alongside crispy chicken thighs &mdash first they boil in water until tender, and then fry into golden nuggets in the remaining oil.

Get the Recipe:Lemon-Garlic Skillet Chicken and Potatoes

Shrimp, White Bean and Feta Skillet

In just under 30 minutes you can deliver a delicious shrimp and bean dinner to the table, and there’s only one pan to clean up afterward.

Get the Recipe:Shrimp, White Bean and Feta Skillet

Cornbread Topped Cast-Iron Skillet Chili

Cook chili, bake cornbread and serve dinner in a single skillet. The steam from this chunky, spicy, deep-red chili gives the cornbread topping an extra-fluffy texture.

Get the Recipe:Cornbread Topped Cast-Iron Skillet Chili

Caprese Chicken Penne Alfredo

Creamy Alfredo pasta meets the freshness of a caprese salad in this one-skillet dinner.

Get the Recipe:Caprese Chicken Penne Alfredo

Italian Sausage Pasta Skillet

You really can’t go wrong with a 16-minute dinner, especially one that packs your protein, carbs and veggies all into one skillet. A little lemon zest-flecked ricotta is the perfect finishing touch.

Get the Recipe:Italian Sausage Pasta Skillet

Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Everything in this elegant-yet-easy dish cooks in one skillet, cutting down on the cleanup. Holding the potatoes in water after cutting prevents them from discoloring while you prep the other ingredients.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Use spicy Italian sausage to add a kick to your next lasagna dinner. This hearty dish feeds up to eight people, but you might want to invite fewer to dinner &mdash you’ll be quite happy if you can enjoy leftovers the next day!

Get the Recipe:Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Creamy Skillet Chicken

One humble skillet has four jobs in this easy weeknight meal: It sears, sautes, simmers and steams. The cleanup is so minimal, your dishwasher will be out of work!

Get the Recipe:Creamy Skillet Chicken

Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Our amazing homage to the classic French dish that can take all day to cook is ready in about an hour. This version uses canned-bean liquid and breadcrumbs to mimic the unctuous texture, while chicken thighs replace the duck confit.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Skillet Chicken and Ravioli

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken and Ravioli

Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

If you ask us, this deep-dish pizza is much better than takeout. Thanks to your cast-iron skillet, you can have a hot, flavorful pizza on the table in just one hour &mdash and with minimal cleanup!

Get the Recipe:Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

These cheesy enchiladas are the perfect thing to whip together if you have left over rotisserie chicken or are looking for a super quick 30-minute meal.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

Skillet Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Carrots and Couscous

Spiced pork tenderloin, lemon-ginger carrots and apricot-studded couscous all play nicely together in this speedy one-pan weeknight dinner (your dishwasher will thank you). Consider the pumpkin pie spice your secret weapon &mdash its blend of unique spices gives you major bang in just one ingredient.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Carrots and Couscous

Skillet Lasagna

Preparing lasagna on a busy weeknight is so much easier with the help of a handy skillet and no-bake lasagna noodles &mdash that way, no baking is required. This recipe from Food Network Magazine comes together in just 45 minutes on the stovetop.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Lasagna

Skillet Chicken and Dumplings

The secret to this shortcut version of the comfort classic is using rotisserie chicken and prepared biscuit dough: With these two products on hand, a three-hour dish becomes fast enough for a weeknight dinner and easy enough (just one pot!) that you can make it almost anywhere &mdash from a camping trip to a vacation rental.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken and Dumplings

Skillet Chicken and Artichokes

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken and Artichokes

Skillet Bibimbap Pizza

This easy dinner has all the zingy, savory flavors of the Korean rice dish, but it’s compacted to serve in slices like a pizza.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Bibimbap Pizza

Turkey Sausage and Peppers

Get the Recipe:Turkey Sausage and Peppers

Tex-Mex Skillet Chicken and Rice

Make the most of your leftovers with this flavorful dinner. Thanks to rotisserie chicken and frozen rice, this one-skillet wonder is ready in just 25 minutes.

Get the Recipe:Tex-Mex Skillet Chicken and Rice

Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

Ina Garten’s juicy skillet-roasted chicken tastes even better thanks to the rich and earthy pan juices, a byproduct of the dry white wine, onions, garlic, lemons and herbs that penetrate the chicken as it cooks. After roasting, the lemons turn from bitter to sweet &mdash almost candied &mdash so you can bite right into them.

Get the Recipe:Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

Western Hash Brown Omelet

This spin on a Western omelet is stuffed with frozen hash browns, cheese, bell peppers and deli ham, turning this breakfast favorite into a hearty breakfast-for-dinner treat.

Get the Recipe:Western Hash Brown Omelet

Skillet Chicken Lasagna

Looking for a weeknight winner? Ree uses staples from her pantry, like pasta and jarred marinara sauce, to whip up this crowd-pleasing meal.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken Lasagna

One-Skillet Sausage and Polenta Parmesan

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Glazed Chicken with Dried Fruit and Parsnips

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Ham and Cheese Pan Souffle

Get the Recipe:Ham and Cheese Pan Souffle

4-Step Chicken Marengo

Get the Recipe:4-Step Chicken Marengo

Skillet Beef Pie

Blanketed with a golden top crust, this hearty meat and vegetable pie bakes up in just 15 to 20 minutes.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Beef Pie

Skillet Lasagna with Butternut Squash

By making Food Network Kitchen’s quick-and-easy lasagna in a skillet, you’ll ensure the dish comes out with crisp noodles and caramelized cheese around the edges, in addition to a tender, gooey center.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Lasagna with Butternut Squash

Stir-Fry Frittata

Get the Recipe:Stir-Fry Frittata

Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

Ree&rsquos creamy, cheesy pasta is just what you want for a comforting dinner. She whips up a quick alfredo with half-and-half and heavy cream, then throws in spinach and tomatoes for a pop of color.

Get the Recipe:Bow-Tie Skillet Alfredo

20-Minute Sausage and Pepper Ravioli Skillet

We took the favorite Italian flavor combo of sausage and peppers and put them in an easy weeknight dish that can be on the table in just 20 minutes. Cook the store-bought ravioli and colorful sauce at the same time, then finish by heating them in the same pan. Melted provolone is the crowning touch.


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Creamy, Garlicky Shrimp Skillet

This super-quick and indulgent weeknight dinner takes a slight left turn from the standard fettuccine Alfredo. Red peppers and paprika transform it from expected to spectacular.

Get the Recipe:Creamy, Garlicky Shrimp Skillet

Lemon-Garlic Skillet Chicken and Potatoes

For once, water and oil work together to make a magical one-skillet weeknight chicken dinner. Potatoes cook alongside crispy chicken thighs &mdash first they boil in water until tender, and then fry into golden nuggets in the remaining oil.

Get the Recipe:Lemon-Garlic Skillet Chicken and Potatoes

Shrimp, White Bean and Feta Skillet

In just under 30 minutes you can deliver a delicious shrimp and bean dinner to the table, and there’s only one pan to clean up afterward.

Get the Recipe:Shrimp, White Bean and Feta Skillet

Cornbread Topped Cast-Iron Skillet Chili

Cook chili, bake cornbread and serve dinner in a single skillet. The steam from this chunky, spicy, deep-red chili gives the cornbread topping an extra-fluffy texture.

Get the Recipe:Cornbread Topped Cast-Iron Skillet Chili

Caprese Chicken Penne Alfredo

Creamy Alfredo pasta meets the freshness of a caprese salad in this one-skillet dinner.

Get the Recipe:Caprese Chicken Penne Alfredo

Italian Sausage Pasta Skillet

You really can’t go wrong with a 16-minute dinner, especially one that packs your protein, carbs and veggies all into one skillet. A little lemon zest-flecked ricotta is the perfect finishing touch.

Get the Recipe:Italian Sausage Pasta Skillet

Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Everything in this elegant-yet-easy dish cooks in one skillet, cutting down on the cleanup. Holding the potatoes in water after cutting prevents them from discoloring while you prep the other ingredients.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Provencal Pork Chops and Potatoes

Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Use spicy Italian sausage to add a kick to your next lasagna dinner. This hearty dish feeds up to eight people, but you might want to invite fewer to dinner &mdash you’ll be quite happy if you can enjoy leftovers the next day!

Get the Recipe:Spicy One-Skillet Lasagna

Creamy Skillet Chicken

One humble skillet has four jobs in this easy weeknight meal: It sears, sautes, simmers and steams. The cleanup is so minimal, your dishwasher will be out of work!

Get the Recipe:Creamy Skillet Chicken

Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Our amazing homage to the classic French dish that can take all day to cook is ready in about an hour. This version uses canned-bean liquid and breadcrumbs to mimic the unctuous texture, while chicken thighs replace the duck confit.

Get the Recipe:Cast-Iron Skillet Quick Cassoulet

Skillet Chicken and Ravioli

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken and Ravioli

Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

If you ask us, this deep-dish pizza is much better than takeout. Thanks to your cast-iron skillet, you can have a hot, flavorful pizza on the table in just one hour &mdash and with minimal cleanup!

Get the Recipe:Skillet Deep Dish Pizza

Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

These cheesy enchiladas are the perfect thing to whip together if you have left over rotisserie chicken or are looking for a super quick 30-minute meal.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

Skillet Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Carrots and Couscous

Spiced pork tenderloin, lemon-ginger carrots and apricot-studded couscous all play nicely together in this speedy one-pan weeknight dinner (your dishwasher will thank you). Consider the pumpkin pie spice your secret weapon &mdash its blend of unique spices gives you major bang in just one ingredient.

Get the Recipe:Skillet Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Carrots and Couscous

Skillet Lasagna

Preparing lasagna on a busy weeknight is so much easier with the help of a handy skillet and no-bake lasagna noodles &mdash that way, no baking is required. This recipe from Food Network Magazine comes together in just 45 minutes on the stovetop.

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Skillet Chicken and Dumplings

The secret to this shortcut version of the comfort classic is using rotisserie chicken and prepared biscuit dough: With these two products on hand, a three-hour dish becomes fast enough for a weeknight dinner and easy enough (just one pot!) that you can make it almost anywhere &mdash from a camping trip to a vacation rental.

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Skillet Chicken and Artichokes

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Skillet Bibimbap Pizza

This easy dinner has all the zingy, savory flavors of the Korean rice dish, but it’s compacted to serve in slices like a pizza.

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Turkey Sausage and Peppers

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Tex-Mex Skillet Chicken and Rice

Make the most of your leftovers with this flavorful dinner. Thanks to rotisserie chicken and frozen rice, this one-skillet wonder is ready in just 25 minutes.

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Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken

Ina Garten’s juicy skillet-roasted chicken tastes even better thanks to the rich and earthy pan juices, a byproduct of the dry white wine, onions, garlic, lemons and herbs that penetrate the chicken as it cooks. After roasting, the lemons turn from bitter to sweet &mdash almost candied &mdash so you can bite right into them.

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Western Hash Brown Omelet

This spin on a Western omelet is stuffed with frozen hash browns, cheese, bell peppers and deli ham, turning this breakfast favorite into a hearty breakfast-for-dinner treat.

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Skillet Chicken Lasagna

Looking for a weeknight winner? Ree uses staples from her pantry, like pasta and jarred marinara sauce, to whip up this crowd-pleasing meal.

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One-Skillet Sausage and Polenta Parmesan

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Glazed Chicken with Dried Fruit and Parsnips

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Ham and Cheese Pan Souffle

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4-Step Chicken Marengo

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Skillet Beef Pie

Blanketed with a golden top crust, this hearty meat and vegetable pie bakes up in just 15 to 20 minutes.

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Skillet Lasagna with Butternut Squash

By making Food Network Kitchen’s quick-and-easy lasagna in a skillet, you’ll ensure the dish comes out with crisp noodles and caramelized cheese around the edges, in addition to a tender, gooey center.

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Stir-Fry Frittata

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Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

Ree&rsquos creamy, cheesy pasta is just what you want for a comforting dinner. She whips up a quick alfredo with half-and-half and heavy cream, then throws in spinach and tomatoes for a pop of color.

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20-Minute Sausage and Pepper Ravioli Skillet

We took the favorite Italian flavor combo of sausage and peppers and put them in an easy weeknight dish that can be on the table in just 20 minutes. Cook the store-bought ravioli and colorful sauce at the same time, then finish by heating them in the same pan. Melted provolone is the crowning touch.


Korean Recipes

Break down bibimbap and get comfortable with kimchi by learning and loving these authentic Korean recipes.

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Skillet Rice (Bibimbap)

Bibimbap (colorful vegetables and rice topped with a bright-and-sunny fried egg) always impresses and easily serves a crowd out of one skillet. Take care to keep the yolk runny so it will coat the the entire dish when mixed.

Grilled Short Ribs (Kalbi)

The key to Kalbi is the marinade –– the longer it sits, the more flavorful the meat will become. This beef is sliced very thin, making it an easy and impressive dish to cook tabletop with a portable grill.

Pork Ramen

Ramen dishes are typically found in Japanese cooking, but ours uses gochujang and kimchi for a Korean version packed with a powerful punch and elegant flavors from both cuisines.

Braised Chicken (Dak Dori Tang)

We love being able to marinate and then cook in the same pot. This spicy braised chicken will taste even better the next day (if you're lucky enough to have any left over).

Cucumber Kimchi

If you don't have two days to prep but you still want homemade kimchi, give this a try. It's spicy, vinegary and a refreshing condiment for any Korean main dish.