If you're anything like me, one of the main deterrents from making a nice healthy dinner is the sink full of dishes you're supposed to tackle afterward. After a long day, it's just not gonna happen. But what if we told you that you could simplify your meals and drastically minimize your mountain of plates, pans, and bowls? The new cookbook Cast Iron Cooking by Rachael Narins let's you do just that. Each simple but delicious recipe requires a cast-iron skillet, along with a few other basic kitchen tools—but nothing fancy. Here are four of our favorite simplified dinners, and one ridiculously tasty dessert.
Excerpted from Cast-Iron Cooking.
This article was originally published by our partners at Prevention.