5 Brand New One-Pan Dinners
These delicious meals have unexpected twists that will lift you right out of the dinner doldrums.
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A Puerto Rican Take on the Chicken-and-Rice Classic
Even if you don't have a Puerto Rican grandmother like Natalie Morales does, you'll love this comforting one-pot dinner, which Morales grew up eating. In the Today
show anchor's new book, At Home with Natalie
, she explains how to make this Caribbean version of a well-known dinner. The secret is a packet of Goya Sazón Culantro y Achiote, which you can find in most supermarkets—it's a seasoning made with salt, black pepper, garlic, coriander, cumin, oregano and annatto (which gives the dish a yellow tint)—aka the fast track to mega-flavor.
Get the recipe: Arroz con Pollo y Gandules