Raise your hand if you love washing dishes? I hear crickets. If you could see me, you would notice my hands are most certainly not raised. This is one reason I love one sheet, one pan, one dish, whatever you want to call them recipes. Easy-peasy clean up. This recipe is not only easy clean up, it’s easy all the way around. And delicious.
Similar to the one sheet salmon recipe, because you are broiling, the cook time is very quick but it’s easy to burn. You’ll want to make sure your steak and veggies are prepped so that they cook quickly but most importantly – thoroughly.
Mama Jeans Time Saver: I like to buy my veggies pre-cut if possible and not too expensive. If my recipe calls for more than one veggie type, I will try to get at least one of them pre-cut. It save me so much time not having to chop everything up.
I would *LOVE* to hear your quick weeknight recipes! If you have something good, please share it with all of us! Either in the comments or hashtag #themamajeans on instagram!!
Much love mamas,
- 4 – Steaks (I used 4 thin cut steaks – I would recommend thin cut, for easier cooking. If you can’t find thin cut steaks, buy regular ones and cut them into large strips – about 4 cuts per steak.)
- 3 – Broccoli heads (chopped)
- 1 Bag – Baby yellow potatoes (make sure to get
really small ones to reduce cooking time, if you can’t find small ones, then boil the potatoes first to soften.)
- Course salt and pepper
- Olive oil
- 3-4 Garlic cloves (optional)
- Cookie sheet
- Cutting board and knife
- Heat your oven to broil. I use the high setting and leave my oven rack in the center of the oven.
- Get your cookie sheet and drizzle it with olive oil.
- Season your steak with salt and pepper (both sides) and place the steaks side by side in the middle of the cookie sheet. If using garlic – chop and sprinkle on the steak.
- Chop your broccoli and cut your potatoes into quarter (or bite size pieces).
- Arrange your veggies around the steaks on the edges of the cookie sheet.
- Place in the oven for 5 minutes. Turn your steaks over and place back in the oven until cooked to desired done-ness. For me, this was probably about another 6-8 minutes. Keep an eye out, that you’re not burning your broccoli.
- Remove from oven, serve, and enjoy!