Wednesday, March 7, 2018

SHEET PAN SAUSAGE AND VEGETABLES

Time for another quick and easy sheet pan meal.  What we love about this is how quick and easy it goes together and cooks quickly.  

Sheet pan veggies
This is a package of pre-cut veggies they sell at our local grocery. They call them "grilling vegetables" but we call them "quick prep after all day at work" ha!  It's a mixture of green, red, and yellow bell peppers, red onion, some mushrooms and zucchini and yellow squash.  I just put them on a sheet pan and toss with salt and pepper (use any seasoning you like).  

Sheet pan veggies and sausage 
Our sheet pan is non stick so we don't even use oil but if you had a regular sheet pan, you might drizzle a bit of olive oil or similar prior to tossing. Then I slice up a 1lb package of sausage (we like "Holmes Sausage" brand) and scatter it over the top.   

Sheet pan meal out of the oven
You can toss again if you'd like.  Now place the whole pan in a preheated 425 degree oven.  That's it.  I roast this for about 30 minutes or until sausage has browned and vegetables are roasted and tender.

Sheet pan sausage and vegetables
Plate it up and serve. A nice serving of meat and veggies. By using the pre-chopped veggies, I can have dinner on the table in about 35 minutes. Oh and the container of veggies we get costs $5 and the sausage I get when it's on sale is about $3 pkg. That means it's an $8 meal. Not a bad deal for some great flavors and pretty on the plate to boot!

Enjoy!



16 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness that looks delicious and I am smelling it in my mind!

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    1. Thank you! It does smell great while it's cooking for sure, ha.

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  2. Wow delicious!!!

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  3. I can taste the sausage and vegetables. I saw a recipe book full of sheet pan meals.

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    1. We have ordered one from amazon, should be in soon. I bet there are a lot out now. It's sort of a "thing" we're just late to the party, ha.

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  4. Looks real good and economical!

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    1. Hi Sandy! Thanks, it's definitely both of those.

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  5. Another great sheet pan meal. Looks delicious - and so colorful!

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    1. Thank you, yep and we eat with our eyes first.

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  6. Looks good! We have been making a variation that calls for the addition of banana pepper rings and the use of Creole seasoning. We haven't had this in a while but it will be on the menu this week!

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    1. Yum! Might have to twist it up like that. Thank you!

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  7. Beautiful colorful dish and looks delicious.
    Nothing like an easy peasy meal and not a whole lot of dishes to wash.

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    1. Aren't those the best? Easy, quick and not much cleanup.

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  8. Okay, these pictures made me so hungry for sausage that I just had to buy some today. A local place, Prasek's, makes really delicious sausage, among many other things. And of course while I was there and the bakery case was calling to me, I had to get a kolache also - mmm!

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    1. I've heard of Prasek's!!! Haven't tried it of course but they are well known. I think maybe I saw their sausage at an HEB once? I'll have to check around. And kolaches...oh my those are THE bomb!

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