The phrase "dump dinner," might sound a little gross, but if you can get over the initial psychological discomfort, the term is actually a weeknight lifesaver. A dump dinner is a meal where you can throw all the ingredients you'll need into one pot or pan, and any active cooking pretty much stops there. We're big fans of this method because we don't typically have any time to spare during the week. Plus, any chance to cut down on dishes we have to wash is fine by us! Ahead, find three one-pot recipes that are quick, easy, and won't break the bank — basically everything we could ever hope for in a post-work meal.
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