Introducing your new dinnertime hero: the humble sheet pan!
We all want a delicious dinner. But how about one that's also healthy, fast, and easy? Welcome to sheet-pan cooking!
If you’ve ever baked cookies or roasted potatoes in the oven, you already have the right equipment—a sheet pan (sometimes called a cookie sheet or baking sheet)
Sheet-pan dinners are truly the superheroes of supper, serving up big flavor that’s high on satisfaction and low on fuss. They deliver golden brown vegetables along with gentle, evenly cooked proteins. Plus, you skip the hassle of prepping multiple dishes and all that time on cleaning.
Now...how does that saying go? "Winner, winner! Sheet-pan dinner!"
What's for dinner? Try this sheet-pan recipe for roast pork chops with marinated tomatoes and courting. Pro tip: Use precut foil sheets to make cleanup a breeze. Get the recipe here.
This sheet-pan recipe for roasted halibut with potatoes, shallots, and grapes is a great balance of healthy and hearty. It's loaded with vitamins and minerals and packed with heart-healthy protein. Get the recipe here.
Did you know that kale is considered one of the most nutrient-rich plants? This lemon roasted chicken thigh with gnocchi and kale sheet-pan recipe makes for a delicious dinner that’s also fast, easy, and healthy. Get the recipe here.
Cauliflower makes a filling alternative to meat and is full of fiber and antioxidants. Enjoy with 100-percent whole-wheat or whole-grain pita for a low-calorie and high-fiber alternative to a regular pita. Get the recipe here.
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Photographer: Ryan Liebe; Prop Styling: Susie Meyers; Food Styling: Rebecca Jurkevich; Photo Editor: Sarah Rozen; Creative Direction: Peter Yates
This article was originally published in the fall 2021 issue of Clover Living magazine. Want to see more articles like this? Subscribe to Clover Living magazine for free (if you aren’t already subscribed) here.