Alright, so I realized we have been sharing a lot of sheet pan meals lately. I mean we should really just have a sheet pan week, or even month. There are endless combinations of meats, poultry, and fishes paired with your favorite veggies and seasonings. We could easily have 2 or 3 months of sheet pan meals, however we will refrain because that’s a little overkill. Last week we shared a Healthy One Pan Chicken and Vegetables, and this week it’s a Sheet Pan Flank Steak with Roasted Potatoes and Vegetables.
So we’ve done chicken, streak, I guess a fish needs to be next? Being pregnant and all, fish is not something i’m comfortable eating too much of at the moment, so that might have to wait 4 months or so. Cue the sad face emoji. But what a glorious day it will be when I finally get to meet my little one, eat fish, and drink coffee again!
The coffee has really been the tough one for me. I don’t know about you fellow moms out there, but when you were pregnant and went nine months without coffee, did the day just go by at a snail’s pace? By dinner time I am just so done. Probably the reason for all these easy sheet pan meals lately, because they can be thrown together in minutes.
And I think I have found a new weekday regular with this Sheet Pan Flank Steak with Roasted Potatoes and Vegetables. So my prep for this consisted of making the olive oil cumin paste like seasoning, cutting up the steak, veggies, potatoes and evenly spreading the seasoning over EVERYTHING. Can’t say enough how delicious this was. My one tip is you may need to adjust cook time for the steak vs. the veggies and potatoes depending on how you like your steak cooked. I like mine rare, so I took out the steak a few minutes early and continues cooking everything else. Just food for thought.
More food for thought? If your going to try a new recipe this week, this is the one you should try. That concludes our post for today, if you have any questions or make any changes to this recipe we want to hear from you! Have a great day everyone!
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