Sheet pan dinners are super-easy and convenient and they make clean-up a breeze. If you’re looking for a new sheet pan recipe to add to your rotation, you have to try this simple baked sheet-pan ratatouille from Feasting at Home.
Ratatouille is a traditional French dish that usually consists of various stewed vegetables. This sheet pan version calls for a variety of colorful and flavorful veggies, including onion, eggplant, tomatoes, red or yellow bell pepper and zucchini or summer squash.
The veggies used in this recipe may not be in season where you live, but the great thing about ratatouille is that it’s a very versatile base dish. Feel free to experiment with different vegetables, based on your preference and availability. It will take you just about 15 minutes of prep time before popping the pan in the oven to bake.
If you make a big batch, you can serve it different ways for multiple meals. Try it with pasta, polenta, toast or rice. You can add beans, meat or egg for a little extra protein. Try a sprinkle of cheese, and be sure to be generous with your spices. This is simple and filling comfort food at its finest!
Get the full recipe from Feasting at Home.
Looking for sheet pan meal inspiration? Check out these seven quick and easy sheet pan dinners that are perfect for when you’re short on time and energy. The possibilities are endless!
Sheet pans aren’t just for dinner, either. Want to serve a lot of pancakes but don’t want to spend your entire morning at the griddle? Try out these sheet pan pancakes. They’re as easy as they sound, and you can get creative as you please with the mix-ins and toppings. Try fresh fruit, chocolate, nuts or whatever else you can think up.
Do you have a favorite go-to sheet pan recipe?