Supper has never been so easy. Simply roasting veggies and meat on a sheet pan is our favorite, hands-off prep method to getting dinner on the table in a hurry without any fuss.
Broiled Salmon and Asparagus with Crème FraîcheThis technique cooks salmon perfectly every time. The sauce is flavorful and rich, but not heavy--just right for a weeknight.
Roasted Shrimp and BroccoliGet dinner on the table quickly tonight by simply roasting shrimp and broccoli together for a quick, flavorful meal.
Honey-Soy-Glazed Salmon with Veggies and OrangesHere's the delicious proof that you can serve a complete, no-mess fish dinner in less than 25 minutes.
Sheet Pan Chicken with Roasted Baby PotatoesA very hot oven quickly roasts the potatoes and finishes the chicken without overcooking. You can substitute fingerling potatoes, halved lengthwise, for the small Yukon gold potatoes.
Garlicky Roasted Spatchcock ChickenThis is the kind of sheet pan dinner you'll want to make all fall and winter long. Removing a chicken's backbone—a technique called spatchcocking (or butterflying)—ensures juicy meat and golden crisp skin in less time than roasting a whole bird. Although it does require some simple knife skills, it's the best and fastest way to roast a chicken.
Sheet Pan Salmon, Green Beans, and PotatoesA complete sheet pan dinner that feeds 4 people in just 40 minutes? It doesn't get much easier. You'll only need a few pantry-staple ingredients in addition to the fish, veggies, and potatoes. The Tzaziki sauce is optional, but we highly suggest serving it with the final dish for over-the-top flavor (Plus--you'll have time to prepare it while the potatoes are cooking).
Five Spice Chicken Thighs with Apples and Sweet PotatoesThe seasoning blend called Chinese five-spice adds a warm note without pushing the apples into pie territory, and the apples are tart enough to balance the flavor too. Cooked fennel bulbs add a warm, aromatic note that makes this sheet pan dinner smell like a cozy, Autumn night. Roasting ingredients together on a sheet pan saves time and reduces cleanup.
Pork Chops with Roasted Apples and Brussels SproutsFor the zestiest flavor, rub the chops with the brown sugar mixture the night before, and let them chill overnight.
Two-Cheese Veggie NachosWe love the double-cheese contrast here: Shredded cheese melts into a bubbly blanket over the tortillas, while crumbly queso fresco covers the veggies with a salty kick. It's an impressive dish for coffee table dining--it's fun to keep it all on the baking pan and serve as a shared platter.
Spicy Chicken Thighs with Summer SquashA metal cooling rack set in a rimmed baking sheet makes bi-level cooking possible--squash below, chicken above--so the meat's glaze stays nicely charred, while the juices drip into and moisten the squash.
Baked Eggs with Leeks and MushroomsEnjoy this dish hot from the oven, with crusty bread to soak up the runny yolks. For firmer yolks and whites, leave the eggs on the rimmed baking sheet for 4 to 5 minutes before serving.
Sheet Pan White Pizza with Salami and PeppersThis pizza is flat out delicious! Hold the tomato sauce with this easy, one (sheet) pan pizza. Test Kitchen Tip: Preheating the sheet pan is key to achieving a crisp, crunchy, pizzeria-worthy crust at home.