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Sheet pans provide the ultimate weeknight dinner convenience. With a little (we’re talking minimal) effort and a few time-saving tools, you have a new go-to technique on your hands.
After spending three months on a meal schedule that mainly consists of making food you can eat while sprawled in front of the air conditioner, September offers a welcome change of pace.
But the beginning of fall also means a return to routine and, of course, shorter days, which bring with them the need to get dinner on the table ASAP.
It’s officially oven season!
As the temperatures drop, sheet pan dinners like this one make regular appearances in our kitchen.
I love sheet pan recipes because you can simply throw all your ingredients onto a sheet pan (ok, don’t throw, you want your food arranged in a single layer so it bakes evenly, but you get the idea) and pop it in the oven. No need to wrangle multiple pots and pans on the stove and in the oven to prepare a complete meal. That’s the beauty of recipes like these.