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Old 06-10-2017, 04:27 PM   #61
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that flank steak looks delicious. I just posted it to FB to see if it would work for my mom when we go on vaca together in September. I think she'll say good. If not, I'll make it here at home. yumm
It's funny that dried oregano is produce and red bell peppers are spices
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I made this cashew chicken 2 weeks ago. YUM! There are a few other yummy looking recipes on the site. A honey lime chicken for sure.
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This looks good.

Sheet pan chicken fajita bowls.

https://dashofherbs.com/sheet-pan-chicken-fajita-bowl/
This was FABULOUS. Whole family loved it. I served it with cilantro jasmine rice (just add chopped fresh cilantro to rice before cooking), sour cream, cheese, olives, and salsa. Avocados weren't on sale.
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I made this cashew chicken 2 weeks ago. YUM! There are a few other yummy looking recipes on the site. A honey lime chicken for sure.
This showed up in my Pinterest feed today. I pinned a bunch of sheet pan dinners. Can't wait to try them!
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Time for a pretty new sheet pan supper! I just came across this one. http://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/on...usage-veggies/

I haven't been making sheet pan suppers lately. I should really get a large pan, since two pans in the oven creates steam and makes things too soft.

Anyone continuing to enjoy sheet pan suppers in the summer?
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Time for a pretty new sheet pan supper! I just came across this one. http://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/on...usage-veggies/

I haven't been making sheet pan suppers lately. I should really get a large pan, since two pans in the oven creates steam and makes things too soft.

Anyone continuing to enjoy sheet pan suppers in the summer?
I tried that one a few weeks ago. It was yummy!
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I made Philly Cheesesteak tonight. I loosely followed this recipe

https://www.eazypeazymealz.com/sheet...y-cheesesteak/

Petite sirloin steak has been on sale all summer so I have a lot of that. I used leftovers from grilled steak to make this. I sliced it thinly and didn't bake it as long add the vegetables. It was good. I wouldn't buy steak specially for this recipe but I'll make this again with leftover steak.
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Yummm...... I just got a small flank steak on markdown so we might have to try this.
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Sheet pan Korean chicken and vegetables - This was really, really good. I added some sliced mini bell peppers and a can of water chestnuts and sprinkled sesame seeds on top.
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Anyone have a yummy sheet pan recipe with fish? I have tilapia, salmon, shrimp. Dairy/gluten free or convertible please
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I haven't tried these but would like to:

Teriyaki Shrimp
One Pan Lemon Butter Garlic Shrimp with Asparagus
Chili Lime Tilapia with Veggies



Here's a new recipe for a sheet pan Easter dinner! It looks so yummy.
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Can we make a list of veggies that work well for a sheet pan dinner? Most recipes seem to include either green beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts or asparagus. Any other veggies you've used in your sheet pan dinners to add more variety?
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I think Bell Peppers (any color— I buy them in packs of red, green, and yellow mixed) work well.
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Potatoes, cauliflower, zucchini, grape tomatoes, baby carrots, I use pretty much anything
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