9 Quick and Delicious Sheet-Pan Dinners
The mighty sheet pan could be the most versatile item in your kitchen. It's big enough to hold an entire meal, and its low, inch-high sides makes it perfect for roasting foods without steaming them.
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Steak and a Side in One Tidy Container
Dealing with ingredients that require two different cooking times? You can still put them in one pan—and this steak-and-vegetables recipe shows you how. Start by par-roasting asparagus, baby carrots and cherry tomatoes coated in olive oil, garlic and thyme for seven minutes. Then, add inch-thick sirloin steaks to the pan and broil both the vegetables and the meat for about four minutes, until the steak is browned and charred. No need for a serving platter; just bring the pan to the table (we especially love those well done crispy bits in the corners).
Get the recipe: Sheet-Pan Steak and Veggies