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Sheet Pan Suppers: 120 Recipes for Simple, Surprising, Hands-Off Meals Straight from the Oven by Molly Gilbert

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  • BBQ chicken nachos

    • chawkins on March 09, 2018

      Very good and quick to put together. Four cups of cheese seemed excessive but it was just about right.

  • Kettle kale chips

    • teandoranges on January 10, 2018

      I've had better success cooking kale chips at 350; I think 300 is too low. Not sure about the 1/2 tsp. sugar, for me it didn't improve them, might try again just to see if the kids will eat them that way.

  • Baked turkey meatballs & slow-roasted tomatoes

    • jumali on September 27, 2015

      Delicious, but I'd like a higher ratio of tomatoes. Very easy to put together. I used Italian seasoning instead of herbes de Provence.

    • Cheri on September 16, 2018

      The creamy fresh ricotta really makes this dish. Make LOTS of tomatoes, they are delish.

  • Chicken Jerome

    • MiChal.626 on October 27, 2015

      The sauce didn't thicken for me.

    • MidwesternerTT on July 07, 2016

      Winner for our household. Measurements memos to self: 3 C sliced mushrooms was 8 oz. And only need to reserve marinade from 1 jar of artichoke hearts. Although this took me longer to assemble than I'd estimated, the 15 minutes broiling time listed was perfect. The delicious sauce included herbes de Provence and was good over rice. I was not expecting it to thicken (brief cooking time, nothing in ingredients list as thickening agent). I used her suggested side of rice with slivered almonds and peas.

  • Chicken Parmesan

    • gillsil on September 07, 2015

      This was so easy and went down very well with my 14 year old son. I hadn't used or even heard of Panko breadcrumbs before but they were on the shelves at my local Waitrose - they certainly retained their crispness much better than normal breadcrumbs. Amount of paprika seemed like a lot, but I went with it and it seemed to work. I used leftover homemade tomato sauce (made by the teenager himself!) instead of the bottled Marinara sauce in the recipe. I'll certainly make this one again.

  • Classic roast chicken with mustardy potatoes

    • shamby on April 21, 2017

      Cook to 180 degrees not the 145 degrees the recipe says!

  • Warm tuna Niçoise salad

    • shamby on April 21, 2017

      This was delicious. It was worth the cost to buy the tuna fillets in jars.

  • Lemon-herb sole on crispy potato rafts

    • Cheri on October 02, 2015

      Crispy Potato Rafts with fish, excellent! Seasoning augmented with all-purpose no salt seasoning. We really like this & hubby asked for this one to go into the regular rotation. Prep to table takes nearly an hour.

  • Orange-ginger salmon with lentils & green beans

    • Cheri on September 16, 2018

      Good, nice change. Surprised how well the lentils & green beans complemented each other.

  • Swordfish cacciatore

    • TrishaCP on April 17, 2016

      I primarily chose this recipe to use up some produce that was languishing, but it was much better than I expected. A nice satisfying supper with whole wheat couscous and green salad. The timing and temperature was right on for our thick pieces of fish, but the veggies could have done with five minutes less. The same result could have been achieved with a sauté pan but it was nice to only dirty one sheet pan instead.

    • jumali on September 27, 2015

      I've made this several times, and I think it's better with cod than with swordfish.

  • Honey-orange shrimp with baby bok choy

    • ksg518 on November 29, 2018

      This was a disaster. I was puzzled at the directions referring to the sauce for the bok choy thickening since it was only a few tablespoons coating the bok choy. I checked the bok choy with 5 minutes still to go before adding the shrimp, only to find that most of the bok choy was burnt to a crisp. I salvaged what I could (which was only a few pieces) and added the shrimp. The sauce for the shrimp was fine but not worth repeating.

    • teandoranges on January 10, 2018

      This was easy to assemble. The shrimp cooked too long, will have to watch that if I try it again.

  • Shrimp & polenta with crispy pancetta tuiles

    • kprovost on March 16, 2016

      Delicious, quick, weeknight meal.

  • Pork tenderloin with squash, apples & onion

    • rivergait on October 20, 2015

      First recipe from this book (actually a riff on the tenderloin from a Fine Cooking magazine article written by Ms. Gilbert). Quite good; takes some time beyond a "slam dunk" because ingredients are added sequentially. Note to Self: check new recipes carefully, as cooking the finely-chopped veggies (e.g., 1/2" cubes of onion) turned into little black smoking globs after a total of 45 minutes at high temp. Pork was underdone, veggies were overdone.

    • TrishaCP on October 25, 2016

      I really enjoyed this recipe. I cooked only one pork tenderloin, but used the full amount of veggies (honeynut instead of butternut squash). My pork was cooked perfectly after 30 minutes, although it didn't really brown. I didn't have any issues with my onions burning either, although I found the instructions for cutting them to be confusing, so I may have had larger chunks than the recipe intended. My squash and apples were well cooked, but not to any detriment. (I'm not sure why the Fine Cooking version used by the previous reviewer specified 45 minutes of cook time, but that would have been way too long based on my experience. There was no sequential cooking either, everything went in at the same time.) I was cooking for someone on a sodium restricted diet, so used Penzeys Mural of Flavor seasoning in place of any salt, which was delicious here.

  • Roasted crisp-topped eggplant with chickpeas

    • nicolepellegrini on August 22, 2018

      Like the other commenter, I halved the recipe and used my own homemade tomato sauce. I also added some fresh Jersey tomato slices to the pan to roast up a bit during the second baking stage. It was easy to put together, fresh and a nice alternative to a heavier eggplant parm recipe. Would make again.

    • teandoranges on January 10, 2018

      I halved this and used homemade frozen pizza sauce. It was a fairly easy assembly and very tasty. I love eggplant!

  • Biscuits & bacon

    • teandoranges on January 10, 2018

      My bad for cooking the bacon way too long, and the biscuits too tbh, it was just okay. That said, I may give it another shot.

  • Banana cinnamon toast

    • cucinahalcon on November 21, 2018

      Couldn't caramelize the banana without burning the toast.

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  • ISBN 10 0761178422
  • ISBN 13 9780761178422
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  • Published Dec 02 2014
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Workman Publishing
  • Imprint Workman Publishing

Publishers Text

It's Sheet Pan Suppers - a breakthrough full-color cookbook with more than 120 recipes for complete meals, snacks, brunch, and even dessert, that require nothing more than a sheet pan, your oven, and Molly Gilbert's inspired approach. The virtue of cooking on a sheet pan is two-fold. First there's the convenience of cooking everything together and having just one pan to clean up. Then there's the cooking method - roasting, baking, or broiling - three techniques that intensify flavors; in other words, food tastes better when cooked on a sheet pan (move over, slow cooker). But the real genius here is Molly Gilbert's fresh, sophisticated approach. There are easy dinners for weeknight meals - Chicken Legs with Fennel and Orange; Soy-Mustard Salmon and Broccoli; Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Squash, Apples, and Onions. Special occasion meals - Rack of Lamb with Herby Bread Crumbs and Buttered Carrots; Asparagus and Black Cod in Parchment. Meatless meals - Israeli Couscous - Stuffed Peppers. Plus surprise extras, including in-a-snap party snacks - Baked Brie and Strawberries, Corn and Crab Cakes with Yogurt Aioli; quick brunch dishes like Greens and Eggs and Ham, and Baked Apricot French Toast; and, of course, dessert - Stone Fruit Slab Pie, Halloween Candy S'mores.

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