A cookbook of 50 recipes that combines everyone’s favorite protein with the ease of cooking all on one pan, from a James Beard-award winning food writer and TASTE contributor.
There’s a reason sheet pan recipes have infiltrated the way Americans think about dinner. Not only do they save time, but they also give us creative new ways to approach cooking.
Why make a salad to accompany roasted chicken when you can just shower some radicchio over crispy chicken with squash, apples, and a sprinkling of Gorgonzola? Why serve plain drumsticks and thighs when you can roast them alongside sweet potatoes and peppers and top with kale, which crisps up in the last minutes of cooking?
Sheet Pan Chicken features recipes from established chefs including Pati Jinich, Melissa Clark, Louisa Shafia, Leela Punyaratabandhu, Jenn de la Vega, Yewande Komolafe, Preeti Mistry, and Von Diaz, as well as recipe inspiration from Andrea Nguyen, Sara Jenkins, and Darra Goldstein.
Globally inspired dishes include any-day favorites as well as remixed classics, all with the ease of cooking an entire meal on one pan. There’s Chicken Katsu with Plum Sauce; Chicken-Eggplant Parm with Garlic Toasts; Chicken Schnitzel with Crispy Potatoes, Cabbage and Lemon-Caper Aioli; Nashville-Style Hot Chicken with Bacon Collard Greens; and Georgian Garlic Chicken with Asparagus and Creamy Walnut Sauce. With fifty mouthwatering recipes, you’ll never look at chicken the same way again.
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Cathy Erway is a James Beard Award-winning food writer with bylines in TASTE, Eater, Food & Wine, and more. She is the author of the cookbook, The Food of Taiwan: Recipes From the Beautiful Island and the memoir, The Art of Eating In: How I Learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove.
She has hosted the IACP award-winning podcast Why We Eat What We Eat, and she currently hosts the podcast Self Evident, exploring Asian American identity. Her personal food blog is Not Eating Out in NY.