There should be no shame in your game if you don't like to cook! But if you also want to steer clear of eating out, these one-pan dinner recipes will get you right.

They're pretty easy, and the best part is they don't take a lot of time, so you don't have to worry about getting anxious. Plus, they can last for days, so the more you make these, the less you have to cook. It's the art of leftovers. These recipes give you a chance to enjoy the best part of cooking (eating) without the hassle, like having to do a ton of dishes afterward.

Check out 15 one-pan dinners that are perfect for you if you're not a fan of hanging out in the kitchen.

Garlic Butter Steak and Potatoes

Steak and potatoes don't have to be an all-night task. The epic combination just got so much easier and juicier. Get the mouthwatering recipe here.

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