One-Pan Weeknight Suppers

In this new twist on the all-in-one meal, the ingredients for a complete dinner are cooked together, resulting in big, bold, perfectly melded flavors. Minimal prep and easy cleanup make these feasts a stress-free solution for busy weeknights.

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Mini Meat Loaves, Green Beans & Potatoes

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Mini Meat Loaves, Green Beans & Potatoes

Cooking this recipe in two tiers provides more space to spread ingredients. It also infuses the potatoes with some of the smoky barbecue goodness from the meat.

Editor's Tip: For best results, use a heavy-duty, rimmed baking sheet (also called a jelly roll pan). To avoid post-meal scrubbing, line it with foil coated in cooking spray.

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Roasted Sausage With Mushrooms, Squash & Polenta

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Roasted Sausage With Mushrooms, Squash & Polenta

Complementary ingredients and textures make this hearty autumn dinner a winner. The light sprinkle of fresh herbs lets the flavors of each component shine through.

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Parmesan-Crusted Cod With Garlicky Summer Squash

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Parmesan-Crusted Cod With Garlicky Summer Squash

A cheesy bread crumb topping makes fish irresistible -- even to finicky eaters. Paired with savory summer squash, this dish is a light yet satisfying meal.

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Chicken Fajitas in a Flash

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Chicken Fajitas in a Flash

Replace your go-to taco night fare with this super-fast, mildly seasoned fajita recipe that's sure to become a favorite. Opting for all-corn tortillas will make it more nutritious (and gluten-free).

Test Kitchen Tip: We prefer cutlets for this recipe, but boneless skinless chicken breasts also work. Halve each breast lengthwise before cooking to make two thin portions.

Originally published in the September 2015 issue of FamilyFun magazine.

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