- Joined Apr 25, 2014
Very cool idea!!Bratwurst sheet pan roasted dinner
Ok, there are some kosher dogs for non-bratwurst liking contingent.
Made a Germanic seasoning in decreasing volume of:
Marjoram. Or dill would be good too
Lemon zest/sumac/or even coriander seeds.
Grind as needed and combine
I salted separately.
I each potato, sweet potato, small butternut squash; 1/2 each head of cabbage, head of cauliflower.
Oven to 400 F, rack to center position.
Lightly toss veggies in a little neutral oil. Arrange on sheet pan. I used a liner of parchment paper, otherwise use more oil. Season with salt and Germanic seasoning.
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Top with bratwurst. Into the 400 degree oven.
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Flip sausages at half way point, about 20 minutes. Tweak veggie arrangement as needed. I rotated pan front to back.
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At 40 minutes, check doneness. It was ready.
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Serve from pan for easy weeknight meal, mustard at the table
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Thanks!WOW. ... I've got that same cooker ... same color too!
What kind of cheese is the dry one?Okay, missing the picture of the finished product (blame it on hot weather and ice cold beer)
Ingredients (sri racha sauce, onions, green asparagus, tomato, very old cheese, basil and garlic)
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And the magic machine
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Since I missed the end picture, I'm cheekily inserting one from an earlier session
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So, Millions, don't worry, this one can't be a serious contender,, not sure either if it qualifies as one-pot. Maybe it is no-pot?
It's a definite possibility that a bunch of entries will show up here in about a week and a half. I may post one involving fowl and enameled cast iron myself. At the moment I have something going on involving beef bones and onions, should post the results in the next day or so.Casseroles are one pot dishes. So is stuffing. Lots of thanksgiving dishes could qualify