Cooking For One

If you live alone or find that your tastes or meal schedules don’t line up with the other folks in your household, you’ll enjoy One Dish Kitchen. Sometimes, it’s tempting not to bother with the hassle of cooking just for yourself. Especially, if all of your go-to recipes were designed to feed a crowd. This site could change your mind.

The site features over 300 dishes designed to serve just one person. For example, there’s an easy meat sauce for one that can top your favorite pasta that’s ready in just 30 minutes or a mini- spice cake that’s just the ticket to satisfy a single sweet tooth.

The layout is simple. Recipes are organized by Breakfast, Dinner, Side Dish, Appetizers, Salads, Soups, and Desserts.

Just click on a tab and then scroll down to view the recipes. Click on an image to view a step-by-step recipe.

Click on articles for recipe collections and handy tips like the must-have kitchen equipment for cooking for one.

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2 thoughts on “Cooking For One

  1. What a sad site this is. Cooking for one brings up lonlieness and sadness. Cooking should be shared and enjoyed by all.
    I am almost 70 years old and in these times (Covid 19) make homemade sausage rolls and pasties … even soups and flans and share them out with older people in our street.

    I was involved in catering for several years as a job and recognise that some older people cannot cook so I do it for them … They get fed … I get friendships.

    Never cook for one … think about others who might be starving and feed them as well.

    1. I don’t think there’s anything sad about treating yourself like you matter. I enjoy cooking for a lot of people myself but there times when you may only have yourself to cook for and you matter, too.

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