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with Pam Anderson
Online Class

One-Dish Meals Made New

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Join cookbook author Pam Anderson and learn how to make easy one-pot dinners! First, create two of Pam's famous "shove-it-in-the-oven" stews. Then, prepare roasted fish with vegetables using only one sheet pan and transform paella into weeknight fare! Fall-off-the-bone lamb shanks will become part of your regular repertoire when you learn how to make this hearty dish faster and more flavorful than ever. Next, confidently make beef tenderloin stuffed with tangy blue cheese and breadcrumbs, cooking the beef in the same pan as a creamy barley pilaf. You'll even master the ultimate comfort food — chicken pot pie — made extra-special with leeks and apples, all ready in a flash with Pam's shortcuts. Finally, learn how to make a rich mushroom lasagna in no time; it's sure to be your new favorite meal!


  • intermediate
  • 7 episodes
  • 2h9m

Included in this Class

1. Overview & Shove-It-in-the-Oven Stews

1. Overview & Shove-It-in-the-Oven Stews

Meet chef Pam Anderson, a New York Times best-selling cookbook author and AARP's food expert. Learn more about the simple one-dish meals you'll make in this class, then dive right into preparing two of Pam's "shove-it-in-the-oven stews": a hearty cassoulet with beans and sausage, and a creamy chicken-and-vegetable stew. These one-dish recipes are sure to be a delicious addition to your weeknight repertoire.

2. Oven-Roasted Fish & Vegetables

2. Oven-Roasted Fish & Vegetables

With a single sheet pan you can prepare an entire meal of roasted fish and vegetables! Pam discusses the types of fish to use and how to roast the fish alongside fingerling potatoes and green vegetables such as green beans, spinach and asparagus. She provides lots of ideas for drizzles and simple sauces to go with the fish and vegetables, turning them into elegant meals that can be doubled to feed up to eight appreciative guests!

3. Paella

3. Paella

If you thought Spanish paella was only for special occasions, think again! Pam shares her techniques for preparing this rice-based dish, chock-full of chicken, sausage and seafood. You don't need a paella pan; Pam shows you how to make this flavorful dish in a large skillet or Dutch oven! She also gives tips for preparing components of the dish ahead of time.

Recommended with this class

  • Large skillet (preferably cast-iron)
  • Butcher's twine
  • Heavy-duty roasting pan with rack