One pot. One skillet. One pan. Any recipe that calls for “one” is highly attractive when it comes to weeknight meal planning, and one pot meal is always a great resource for a busy household. While we love using our sheet pans to bake cookies, we’ve also used them to make an entire dinner, and clean up is as easy as pie. We must admit, there’s a culinary magic to a meal that comes out of the oven on a single sheet. We can get a colorful, well rounded meal on the table in virtually no time with three main ingredients and a few essential sides that add great texture and flavor.
This meal also offers up a version of one of our favorite Italian comfort foods: chicken piccata. We like this because it helps lighten up a dish that is usually fried. When we think of Parmesan chicken, we naturally think of frying in butter and oil, which is of course super delicious. But baking in the oven achieves a similar texture. The chicken comes out light and crisp, flanked by two super delicious sides: the brightness of the roasted green beans and the crunchy creaminess of the roasted potatoes makes for a meal that is full of texture, color, and flavor. We like to finish everything off with an extra squeeze of lemon juice for added freshness.
What comes out of the oven is a whole meal that is great for a weeknight supper or for a small, informal dinner party. The one sheet pan baking process allows for time to help the kids with homework or to share a glass of wine with guests. And there’s a bit of a rustic charm to the finished product; simple preparation, but everything looks colorful and smells so inviting. And if we haven’t sold you on the texture and flavor, then let us remind you how easy this is to clean up! A one pan meal is a time saver that makes putting a really good meal on the table so much easier!
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