One of the biggest questions I get as a food blogger, a special educator, a mom, and balancing having a social life with my husband and friends is how I do it all? Specifically, how do I have the time to make dinner throughout the week? I resort to recipes and ingredients that work together in a short amount of time, require minimal effort, and taste delicious. I have a few of these recipes on this site, like my tuscan chicken, creamy spinach pasta, and now this incredibly easy chicken sausage and potato sheet pan. You won't believe how easy this is from start to finish!
This dinner incorporates everything you need to have a balanced, nourishing, uncomplicated dinner in under 30 minutes. Yes, THIRTY minutes. I rely on these types of dinners or meals when life gets a little more hectic. Not only is this recipe easy and approachable, but healthy! I used to despise chicken sausage (for no reason at all), but now, it's a go to!
I know how it feels to rush home, prep dinner, get the kids, organize a house, walk a dog sometimes all at the same time. The benefits of a sheet pan meal are many:
No matter what you make for the sheet pan dinner, you'll fall in love with the style of cooking because of the ease of it. There's a reason why I love this particular chicken sausage recipe as a sheet pan meal.
This really doesn't matter when you're making this type of dinner, but I would suggest having a sheet pan that is large enough to fit multiple ingredients. The purpose of having a sheet pan act as one entity to cook, is that we don't need to use more than just one pan. You can find sheet pans almost anywhere. I personally love Wilton and USA Pan sheet pans.
I love this recipe for so many reasons, but the biggest is that it does not require many different tools and equipment. Here's what you'll need:
That is it! Truly, easy peasy baby!
Sheet pan dinners don't usually incorporate many ingredients, and this recipe is a perfect example. You are just six ingredients away from your new favorite dinner rotation.
For this recipe, there's only a few simple, easy to follow steps!
Definitely! If you choose to use a turkey or a pork sausage, have at it!
You can roast cauliflower, broccoli, even string beans on the same pan as the chicken sausage and potatoes
Slice a few baby dutch potatoes or red bliss potatoes and prep the same way. Just as yummy!
Trying to plan your meals for the week? Here's some more meal-prep friendly ideas:
Nothing beats a dinner that is done in under 30 minutes, and even better when it's all cooked on one pan! This chicken sausage, potato, and asparagus sheet pan is everything you need on a busy weeknight. Three ingredients. One pan. Dinner is served.
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