These are 9 of the Best Sheet Pan Meals. They are some of the easiest meals to make and some of the best tasting too. What are sheet pan meals? Usually, they are cut up meat and vegetables that you roast on a cookie sheet in the oven. I like to make sheet pan dishes because I just cut up the meat and vegetables and put them on the pan with some seasoning and olive oil or something similar and then just wait for them to bake.
I can get the meals put together in a few minutes, then while it is baking I can go do something else that needs to be done. It usually takes about half an hour for most things to bake, which is about how long it takes to make most easy meals.
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Sheet Pan Meals Recipes
1. Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas – Clean Eating Recipes
Chicken Breasts – Onion – Bell Peppers – Easy 4 Ingredient Spelt Flour Tortillas
To tell the truth, these fajitas are not the most authentic you will ever find. What they are is good easy healthy chicken fajitas. I don’t like to spend a lot of time cooking so I tried to make these as I can to make. I like to make the tortillas a different day or at least earlier in the day.
I think you can make the tortillas ahead a freeze them just fine. You could also make the tortillas while the fajitas are cooking if you would rather do that. I make mine with chicken because I only eat grass fed beef and I can’t afford to feed steak to my children. You could make yours with steak if you want to.
2. Ranch Pork Chops and Potatoes Sheet Pan Dinner – Jo Cooks
Olive Oil – Ranch Dressing Mix – Smoked Paprika – Oregano – Black Pepper – Pork Chops – Baby Potatoes – Fresh Parsley
This is one of the easiest meals on the planet. Seriously, all you do is put the pork chops and potatoes on a sheet pan. Then you season them and wait for them to cook. All you do is buy a packet of ranch dressing mix add a few extra spices and sprinkle them on the potatoes and pork chops. Yes, she even uses the exact same seasoning on both the potatoes and meat. Now, you can’t get easier than that.
3. Sheet Pan Chili Lime Salmon – Cafe Delites
Lime – Fresh Parsley – Olive Oil – Garlic – Red Chili Flakes – Cumin – Real Salt – Honey – Salmon – Red, Green & Yellow Bell Peppers – Onion
This salmon with peppers can be ready in about 10 minutes depending on how well done you want it. It is so fast and easy and the flavors of the salmon with the lime juice, cumin and garlic with red chili flakes make it incredible. You can’t get much easier than coating, baking and eating. That’s really all there is to it.
4. One Pan Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Vegetables – The Recipe Critic
Chicken Breasts – Real Salt – Black Pepper – Butter – Italian Bread Crumbs – Parmesan Cheese – Garlic Powder – Olive Oil – Zucchini – Yellow Squash – Baby Red Potatoes
This is a really good one pan meal. It is made with juicy tender baked chicken with a really good crispy parmesan garlic coating. The fresh vegetables are tossed and roasted in the same crumb mixture. It’s flavored with Italian seasonings and parmesan cheese. It’s pretty easy to make and a meal that just goes together well.
5. One Pan Lemon Parmesan Chicken and Asparagus – Chelsea’s Messy Apron
Chicken Breasts – Flour – Panko Breadcrumbs – Parmesan Cheese – Parsley – Garlic Powder – Lemons – Garlic – Butter – Lemon Pepper Seasoning – Asparagus – Olive Oil – Honey
This lemon chicken with asparagus is all cooked on one pan. It’s incredibly easy to make and the flavors go so well together. Chelsea prefers Panko breadcrumbs over regular breadcrumbs. She says the texture is more delicate and lighter. Which in turn makes it more crunchy and crispy. She says especially when you bake chicken instead of fry it, the panko breadcrumbs make a really big difference. Before you coat it in the panko you dredge it in a lemon garlicky butter sauce. You use the very same sauce which is poured all over the asparagus. It takes very little effort for a maximum flavor.
6. Sheet Pan Asian Stir Fry – Damn Delicious
Chicken Breasts – Carrots – Red & Yellow Bell Peppers – Broccoli – Snow Peas – Sesame Seeds – Green Onion – Soy Sauce – Oyster Sauce – Rice Wine Vinegar – Brown Sugar – Fresh Ginger – Garlic – Sesame Oil – Cornstarch – Sriracha
If you love stir fry you’re probably going to love this. This is a classic stir fry which is a favorite made on a sheet pan. You don’t need an expensive wok or even a skillet and there’s only one pan to clean up.
7. Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Chicken Dinner – Meatloaf and Melodrama
Chicken Breasts – Olive Oil – Potatoes – Broccoli – Black Pepper – Real Salt – Garlic Powder – Onions – Honey – Dijon Mustard – Parmesan
This honey mustard chicken with potatoes and broccoli takes about 30 minutes to make. Dee has a secret to making cleanup even easier. She lines the sheet pan with aluminum foil before she puts everything on the pan. I use a silpat which produces about the same effect.
But if you don’t have a silpat, foil is a really good option. My mom has a couple half size silpats that she uses all the time. Since it’s only her and my dad she doesn’t need a large pan and the half size fit in the dishwasher very nicely. She also has the half size cookie sheets that fit them. For this honey mustard chicken all you do is cut up the chicken so they are thinner and cook faster. Place them on the baking sheet, add spices, and brush on a mixture of mustard and honey over the meat.
8. Roasted Curry Shrimp & Zucchini Sheet Pan Meal – Jessica Gavin
Zucchini – Baby Tomatoes – Olive Oil – Kosher Sea Salt – Black Pepper – Lemon – Shrimp – Paprika – Cumin – Chipotle Pepper – Red Chili Flakes – Garlic – Cilantro
Here we go again but this time it’s shrimp and zucchini with tomatoes and some hotish spices. It too can be ready in 30 minutes. I love how the veggies are so nice and fresh which always makes everything better.
9. Sheet Pan Teriyaki Chicken with Vegetables – The Recipe Critic
Soy Sauce – Honey – Rice Wine Vinegar – Sesame Oil – Garlic – Fresh Ginger – Cornstarch – Real Salt – Black Pepper – Chicken Breasts – Broccoli – Carrots
I don’t really enjoy teriyaki flavor myself but I know many people that do. So if you’re among all those teriyaki lovers you’ll want to try this. It’s chicken, carrots and broccoli covered in a nice teriyaki sauce.
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