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Old 09-30-2016, 09:59 PM   #16
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I've made a few, but I need better ideas. I just requested the Gilbert cookbook from the library, and I'm going to check out these links tomorrow. Salmon and asparagus sounds good!
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That will be difrent, you want some thing shallow so the air can get to it.


They do shallow-ish roasting dishes so I think that would be my next thing.

Yes dovenoir I cook my recipe I shared above in a glass or ceramic dish normally.

I have an oven tray for Swiss roll (never used it for that) but I think it's a tad too shallow.


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The theory looks amazing, but I'm not sure on the application just simply due to size. I struggle to envision being able to put enough food on one roasting pan for my family.

I roast veggies regularly, and it takes the whole pan to just do those.

But maybe I eat an irregular amount of roasted veggies for dinner.... Which could very well be true.

I'd love to see some pictures of the actual dinners on the pan for anyone who is willing to share.
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I've done it once, but would like to try more variations.
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The theory looks amazing, but I'm not sure on the application just simply due to size. I struggle to envision being able to put enough food on one roasting pan for my family.

I roast veggies regularly, and it takes the whole pan to just do those.

But maybe I eat an irregular amount of roasted veggies for dinner.... Which could very well be true.

I'd love to see some pictures of the actual dinners on the pan for anyone who is willing to share.
One of my kids will not eat anything with meat juice on it, so this is a good point. I did roasted sweet potatoes last night, and it took up my whole 9x13 glass cake pan.
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I love these ideas! I'm trying to do more meals that I can do prep work on during the weekend to make them easy to get in the oven after work. A lot of these could be done that way (just put in baggies in the fridge and then dump in sheet pan). I would need 2 sheet pans to feed my family, but have a convection feature on my oven, so I think it's doable.

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Oven Baked Asian Stir Fry

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The theory looks amazing, but I'm not sure on the application just simply due to size. I struggle to envision being able to put enough food on one roasting pan for my family.

I roast veggies regularly, and it takes the whole pan to just do those.

But maybe I eat an irregular amount of roasted veggies for dinner.... Which could very well be true.

I'd love to see some pictures of the actual dinners on the pan for anyone who is willing to share.
That's a good point. I wondered about that.

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I love these ideas! I'm trying to do more meals that I can do prep work on during the weekend to make them easy to get in the oven after work. A lot of these could be done that way (just put in baggies in the fridge and then dump in sheet pan). I would need 2 sheet pans to feed my family, but have a convection feature on my oven, so I think it's doable.

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I love this idea too! I also can use a whole 9x13 pan for vegetables, especially since you don't want them all on top of each other.
Does this need to be one of the metal sheet pans, like a cookie sheet, but with edges? Shallow and large? I don't have any like that- just 9x13 glass and metal pans. They probably aren't that expensive. Hmmm... I need to come back to this and get recipes!
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Yes I also thought about making ahead and doing the Baggie method.


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I have this 10x15 Pyrex that I can fit next to a 9x13 in my oven. It's been really helpful.
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I think a big part of my pain is that we have a wall oven that came with this house when we bought it and it's on the smaller size. So I am limited with how big of a sheet I can fit in there.

Makes me super sad.

I fantasize about a commerical size oven.
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I saw this today. It's Thanksgiving for 4 on two sheet pans!
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Amazing! Might see how I can adapt that idea! Not sure my oven works well with 2 racks in use though.

Maybe we will move and I will have another one by Christmas.


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I have that Autumn Chicken Dinner pinned for sometime next week, and I really want to try this Sheet Pan Turkey Dinner sometime as well.
That looks delicious.

I saw a sheet pan dinner on FB a while back. I shared it on FB. Then I forgot when or where. I keep forgetting I can save links. but then even if I do save them, I forgot that I saved them....

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I saw this today. It's Thanksgiving for 4 on two sheet pans!
Delish. I'd sub out the sprouts but everything else looks good & like lot less fuss & muss.
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I'd sub out the sprouts





That's just CRAZY talk!!!!



I am a sprout LOVER! The idea of subbing sprouts is pure insanity to me. Tho, I have several children who may agree.
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