All these "x genre is so easy to make, just do y and z and you're done" posts are missing the point.
You can make music in any genre you want in five minutes if you wanted to, but depending on your level of understanding of composition, mixing, mastering, and overall musical knowledge, the end result will vary drastically from person to person. You're also ignoring the fact that different types of music require different skills, not to mention that all major genres have music ranging from minimalist to complex pieces. It's not about which genre of music is the easiest to produce anyway (or at least I don't think it should be), it's about what you like listening to and would like to make yourself.
And if you stick to your comfort zone, then you're not really challenging yourself and growing as a musician. At the end of the day, it's not about learning how to make something decent, it's about mastering whatever you're focusing on, and it's a long way to accomplish that.