SHEET PAN COOKING
TIPS & TECHNIQUES
The right stuff Invest in a heavy 18- x 13-inch rimmed baking sheet, sold in kitchen or restaurant supply stores. A sturdy pan won’t warp and will give the nicest browning.
Size matters Cut vegetables the same size to ensure even cooking, leaving fresh greens or herbs to add in the last few minutes of cook time.
Sweet heat Set the oven to broil toward the end of cooking to achieve crispy browned skin on both vegetables and meat or poultry.
Combinations For the simplest dishes, combine veggies and meat or fish with similar cooking times, such as potato wedges and chicken thighs, or green beans and salmon.