Sheet Pan Kabobs in the Oven

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These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

Like I said earlier, I’m not really reinventing the wheel with this recipe. It’s pretty self-explanatory and it’s just a really quick and simple dinner recipe idea. I seared some New York strip until they had a nice char on both sides but was still very raw in the center. I removed them from the pan and then seared some chicken. However, I cooked the chicken until it was done. Cut them up and added them to a pan with various seasonings and lots of peppers and onions and squash. Let them all bake on a sheet that’s literally all you have to it. I love one pot/one pan meal. 



These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

Equipment You’ll Need

The are so many ways on how to cook shish kabobs in the oven. The only equipment you’re going to need for this is a really large sheet pan. I believe mine was 11 x 17 inches. I love these parchment paper sheets. They’re just easier to grab and deal with instead of using the rolled-up kind. You’ll also need a sharp knife to chop up your meat and veggies with and, of course, skillet.

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These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

Ingredients You’ll Need

Steak:

You’ll need steak of your choice. I personally use New York strips but it’s up to you.

Chicken:

I need about a pound of chicken breast. I bought them already cut up strips.

Vegetables:

For vegetables, I used red onion, bell peppers, zucchini, and yellow squash and some tomatoes. You could honestly use whatever vegetables of your liking.

Olive Oil:

You obviously need some olive oil. This will go in your skillet and it’ll go in your pan before you bake everything together.

Seasonings:

For seasonings, I used coarse salt, black pepper, and Montreal seasoning. Nothing too complicated.



These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

How to Make Sheet Pan Kabobs in the Oven

step one:

Preheat your skillet to 400 degrees. Heat a large skillet on the stove on high heat. Season both sides of steak and chicken with salt, pepper, and Montreal seasonings.

step two:

Add a tablespoon or two of olive oil to the skillet and add your steak. You’ll sear both sides for about a minute each. You want a nice char to it.

step three:

Sear all sides of the steak and then remove them. Repeat the process with your chicken, only you’re going to cook the chicken longer. Keep sautéing until internal temperature is 165 degrees.

step four:

Chop your steak and chicken into bites and then chop all your vegetables. Add them all to a large baking sheet. Drizzle olive oil all over the top and more seasonings then toss. Cook for around 20 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Serve and enjoy!



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Sheet Pan Kabobs in the Oven

These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.
Prep 20 minutes
Cook 20 minutes
Total 40 minutes
Course Easy Dinner Recipes, Main Course, Meat, One Pot
Cuisine American
Servings 8

Equipment

  • Skillet
  • Baking Pan
  • Kitchen Knife

Ingredients
  

  • 2 lbs Steak (I used NY Strip, but you can use the cut of your choice.)
  • 2 lbs Chicken Breast
  • 3-4 tbsp Olive Oil
  • 2 Red Onion, Sliced
  • 2 Bell Peppers, Sliced
  • 2 Yellow Squash, Sliced
  • 2 Zucchini Squash, Sliced
  • 2 Roma Tomatoes, Sliced
Seasonings:
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Montreal Seasonings

Instructions
 

  • Preheat your skillet to 400 degrees. Heat a large skillet on the stove on high heat. Season both sides of steak and chicken with salt, pepper, and Montreal seasonings.
  • Add a tablespoon or two of olive oil to the skillet and add your steak. You'll sear both sides for about a minute each. You want a nice char to it.
  • Sear all sides of the steak and then remove them. Repeat the process with your chicken, only you're going to cook the chicken longer. Keep sautéing until internal temperature is 165 degree.
  • Chop your steak and chicken into bites and then chop all your vegetables. Add them all to a large baking sheet. Drizzle olive oil all over the top and more seasonings then toss. Cook for around 20 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Serve and enjoy!
Keywords Chicken, Easy Recipes, Steak, Vegetables
These sheet pan kabobs in the oven are perfect weeknight meal. So, we’re really not re-inventing the wheel here with this recipe. There’s not much to it. First, you’re going to sauté some steak until it’s seared on the outside and then fully cook some chicken. Cut them into pieces and put them on a sheet pan with various vegetables of your choice. I love onions and squash and peppers. Give it all a good douse of olive oil and seasoning and bake for around 20 minutes until vegetables are soft and meat is cooked in the center. This recipe is easy, quick and mess-free.

Before you go…

Did you try these kabobs in the oven? What did you think? Did you add or omit anything? Please let me know here or in the comments below. Happy cooking!

Samantha



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