Happy 2017! It just feels so crazy to type that, but here we are. December feels like such a BLUR, having hosted three weekends in a row at Casa de Crews.
Jason and I were on vacation this past week, and we had out of town family, and friends to visit; which was a blast! We hit up two different amusement parks, enjoyed an impromptu afternoon of day drinking, and were pretty much never home. I’m actually quite ready for a routine again.
I did decent with healthy meals for breakfast and lunch in December, but by dinner, it was 50/50. There was just so much happening, and a lack of planning on my part. My body legit missed vegetables.
The only way I found time to stay on track during the holiday hustle was with a few veggie bowls that I could grab on the run, and also quick sheet pan dinners, that were great lunch leftovers, more often than not! I love sheet-pan meals. We didn’t have them much growing up, but as an adult, I find the whole idea of a generally quality meal in one shot extremely comforting.
Today’s theme for the first #SundaySupper of 2017, is Easy Supper Recipes. And this Dijon Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner is about as easy as it gets. Similar recipes suggest you cube the ‘taters and roast before adding everything else. That’s definitely one way to go, but sometimes, especially last month, I was way too lazy. I slice baby potatoes verrry thin, toss with stalks of asparagus in melted ghee (you can also use olive oil), mix with salt, pepper, and lemon juice, before roasting on the same pan as a tasty salmon filet. I also like to add slices of fresh lemon to the pan. This meal sounds fancy, but it’s the easiest thing you’ll ever make. Any similar fish will do. Cod or Mahi would also be delish.
I like to brush Dijon mustard to my salmon, sprinkle a little dill, and call it a day. Dinner is ready in 30 minutes. Bonus: this meal is unintentionally “clean”, whole30, and paleo compliant. #holla
- 1 lemon, sliced thinly
- ½ lemon, juiced
- 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 2 tbsp fresh dill (dried is fine too)
- 1 lb filet salmon, skin on
- ½ lb small new potatoes, sliced thinly
- ½ lb asparagus, stems removed
- 2 tbsp melted ghee, butter, or olive oil
- Kosher salt, and black pepper
- Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. Season with kosher salt and black pepper.
- Place salmon, skin side down to baking sheet. Brush with Dijon, and sprinkle dill.
- Thinly slice the new (baby) potatoes (I leave the skins on - remember, we're lazy for this meal!) and place in a bowl with the asparagus and lemon juice. Drizzle with the melted ghee, butter or olive oil, season with salt and pepper and toss to coat. Scatter the vegetables on the sheet pan as evenly as possible.
- Bake the salmon and vegetables for 20-22 minutes. Salmon will be flaky, and potatoes crispy when done.
See what other easy supper recipes we’re sharing today:
- Chicken Enchiladas by Eat, Drink and Be Tracy
- Chicken Scarpariello by Sunday Supper Movement
- Honey Mustard Chicken & Rice Pilaf by Wholistic Woman
- Pan Roasted Chicken Breasts and Vegetables by Simple and Savory
- Pineapple Chicken Stir-Fry by Mindy’s Cooking Obsession
- Roast Chicken by Monica’s Table
- Bucatini with Spinach Pesto by The Chef Next Door
- Chicken Marsala Lasagna Rollups by A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Extra Cheesy Stuffed Shells by Positively Stacey
- Quick Chicken Piccata by The Redhead Baker
- Apple Mustard Pork Tenderloin by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Cheesy Oven Omelette With Ham by Cricket’s Confections
- Cranberry Orange Pork Roast by Cosmopolitan Cornbread
- Sweet and Garlicky Slow Cooker Pulled Pork by Family Foodie
Sheet Pan Suppers
- Dijon Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner by Casa de Crews
- Ranch Sheet Pan Pork Dinner by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
- Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs Provencal Style by Delaware Girl Eats
Soup and Sandwich Suppers
- Chicken and Cheese Pita Sandwiches by Pies and Plots
- Chicken Chili by A Mind “Full” Mom
- Chicken Marinara Panini by The Freshman Cook
Stove Top Suppers
- Arroz con Coco y Lentejas – Coconut Rice with Lentils by Food Lust People Love
- Asian Tuna Noodle Bowls by Cooking Chat
- Haluski (Cabbage and Noodles) by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Healthy Quinoa Japanese Donburi Bowl by NinjaBaker.com
- One Pot Braised Lamb Shoulder Chops and Vegetables by Caroline’s Cooking
- Slow Cooker Chicken Ratatouille Stew by My Life Cookbook
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