One pot rice with vegetables

Fast, colorful and delicious: One pot rice is one of those dishes that you simply have to love. Mainly because it can always be reinvented and new ingredients can be added to it. With lots of vegetables, rice and vegan cheese, this meal is a healthy fill-up for every day. Have fun trying it out!

Servings: 2

Time: 0 hrs 40 m

Calories: 543


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What is a One Pot Rice Pan?

By: Gian Sibilia

One Pot means translated: One pot. With one-pot recipes, everything is prepared in a single saucepan or pan. This saves you a lot of dishes, space and time, which can be very pleasant, especially in everyday life. Just throw everything in a pot, let it cook and have a really great dish on the table – I love this principle. One pot dishes are also available with noodles, lasagne sheets and much more. For example, try my one pot gnocchi with creamy paprika sauce. The ingenious thing is that pasta, rice and co. do not have to be cooked individually here – everything really comes into the pan raw.


One Pot Rice: Fast and healthy

With this rice pan, you don’t even have to cook the rice separately – it is cooked with all the other ingredients at once. Another advantage of this cooking method: the rice absorbs the flavors and vitamins of the vegetables particularly well. Tomato, paprika, onion and herbs provide a Mediterranean touch. Thanks to peas and chickpeas, the one pot rice is an all-round balanced dish – because they provide you with healthy fiber and proteins. This is once again the best proof that healthy nutrition does not have to be complicated or boring. The dish is also super easy to prepare: Simply cut the ingredients the night before, put them together in a pan and put them in the fridge. The next day, for a quick lunch, just add the broth and cheese and cook – perfect for a healthy home office lunch.

before cooking
Baked Oatmeal

nutritional values

  • protein 13% 13%
  • carbs 75% 75%
  • Fats 5% 5%
  • calories 27% 27%
fried rice

One Pot Rice: Vegetables, Tofu or Feta?

With this recipe, I would also like to encourage you to get creative yourself and conjure up your very own one-pot dish. Try my version first and then experiment with the ingredients. Maybe you fancy vegan feta, pumpkin, zucchini or tofu? You can also see what you have in the fridge right now – this recipe is perfect for using up leftovers and avoiding food waste. Are the beans getting shriveled, are the potatoes sprouting or is the tempeh just past its sell-by date? It’s great for a one pot rice. Vegetarian, vegan, healthy and simply delicious!

gebratener One Pot Reis

schnelle Reispfanne, vegan und lecker
Course Having lunch
Cuisine German
Keyword One pot rice
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 543kcal


  • 200 g Reis
  • 1 Tomaten
  • 1/2 Zwiebel
  • 50 g Erbsen
  • 50 g Kichererbsen
  • 1 Paprika
  • 500 ml Gemüsebrühe
  • 1 TL Salz
  • 1 TL Pfeffer
  • 1 TL getrocknete Kräuter
  • 1/2 TL Kreuzkümmel
  • 1 TL Knoblauchpulver
  • 30 g veganer Käse
  • 1 Frühlingszwiebel


  • Den Reis in einem Sieb waschen und abtropfen lassen. Das Gemüse waschen, bei Bedarf schälen und in Stücke schneiden. Die Kerne der Paprika entfernen. Optional: Die Gemüsereste aufbewahren und als Basis für eine Gemüsebrühe verwenden.
  • Alle Zutaten, bis auf den Käse und die Frühlingszwiebeln, in eine Pfanne geben. Aufkochen und etwa 30 Minuten lang bei niedriger Hitze köcheln lassen.
  • Sobald der Reis die gewünschte Konsistenz hat, den veganen Käse unterrühren. One Pot Reis abschmecken, bei Bedarf nachwürzen und mit Frühlingszwiebelringen garnieren.


Da dieses Gericht so unkompliziert ist, kannst du direkt noch ein leckeres Dessert zubereiten, während der One Pot Reis kocht. Lust auf Schokolade, Vanille oder Erdnuss? Bei meinen Nachspeisen ist bestimmt etwas für dich dabei. Probiere doch mal:


Calories: 543kcal | Carbohydrates: 109g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 2332mg | Potassium: 646mg | Fiber: 8g | Sugar: 11g | Vitamin A: 3287IU | Vitamin C: 100mg | Calcium: 105mg | Iron: 4mg

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