A new season is a great reason to get excited to revamp your dinner routine and there's no easier way to do that than with sheet-pan meals. Chicken is a versatile protein that goes well in so many dishes (and it's one that in most cases, the whole family will eat without dispute!).
When putting together sheet-pan meals, focus on seasonal veggies. For fall, that means broccoli, Brussel sprouts, potatoes and carrots, to name a few. You can even toss in some butternut squash or pumpkin for seasonal flair.
The secret to a great sheet-pan meal is to throw in the quicker-cooking vegetables a little later so that they don't burn. For even easier cleanup, consider lining your tray with foil. Another advantage of a giant tray of food is that you'll likely be blessed with leftovers that make the perfect lunch for the next day!
Read on for the recipes that should be in your fall rotation:
The rosemary in this recipe will bring a comforting smell to your kitchen. "The pan juices are just so darn good — make sure to have a bit of bread to sop up all the goodness," cookbook author and "Queer Eye" star Antoni Porowski said.
Tear the baguette in this recipe by hand for a rustic look. Siri Daly calls this dish one of her family's "win-win weeknight meal."
Have ripe summer cherry tomatoes to use up? This speedy dinner features a savory, cumin-scented spice mix.
A smoky, flavorful marinade takes this chicken dinner to the next level! Don't be afraid to get the Brussels sprouts nice and crispy. Joy Bauer says her family fights over the crispy leaves.
This is the easiest cacciatore ever — there's almost no prep involved. Double this comforting recipe for leftovers that your family will devour.
Five ingredients (not counting oil, salt and pepper) come together to make this a one-pot meal. Insider tip: Make deep gashes in the chicken to allow the spices to penetrate more deeply.
The sweet tomatoes balance the bracing acidity of the tangy sherry vinegar and briny olives in this yummy weeknight dish.
Dinner will be ready in one hour when you make this scrumptious recipe!
Harissa and yogurt adds spice, tang and richness to this easy dish. Pro tip: Don't overcrowd your pan or the chicken and potatoes won't get crisp!
The parsley, lemon and chili flakes give this sheet pan supper a fresh taste, while the olive oil and chicken juices cook the vegetables to juicy perfection. This high-protein, healthy-carb meal is simple yet sophisticated.