Parmesan Crusted Steak And Potato Sheet Pan Dinner

The only real problem I’ve ever had with it is that sometimes the leftovers start to turn black in color! That’s really easy to fix, though.

Simply add a little bit of vegetable oil over the top of your mixture and bake it over medium-high heat until it’s done. If you prefer a more traditional taste, simply add some flour to the pan and mix until the mixture is fully blended.

Yummy! If you are looking for a healthy and great tasting meal to accompany your salad or fish dinner, you must try a delicious and healthy Parmesan Crusted Steak and Potato Sheet Pan Dinner.

The meal is very easy to make and only requires cooking your favorite ingredients and cheese. You will not believe how easy the meal really is to prepare and taste great because of the outstanding combination of cheeses and the crispy fresh crust of the countless pan.

You will feel like you are eating in a spa every time you see this meal. A word of caution though, if you are allergic to cheese then you might want to skip the Parmesan Cheese dip which I mentioned above and go with a healthier alternative such as reduced fat ranch dip.

If you are looking for an easy to make meal that the entire family will love, then you need to give the delicious Parma Cheese Crust Meal a try. A delicious and healthy meal that is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, this meal is quick to prepare thanks to its perfectly thin, crispy crust.

To make this healthy meal even tastier, you can sprinkle the top of the pizza with some shredded sharp cheddar cheese and drizzle some more olive oil over it before baking. For additional ideas on how to prepare this fine meal, as well as other delicious meal ideas for your family, check out the link below.

Parmesan Crusted Steak and Potato Sheet Pan Dinner

Recipe by TiffanieCourse: DinnerCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Dinner on one pan with this Parmesan Crusted Steak and Potato Sheet Pan Dinner means simple and delicious dinner without the extra dishes! Juicy flank steak and crispy potatoes served with asparagus. A full meal on one pan!


  • 1 1/2 lb flank steak

  • 2 lb Red Potatoes

  • 1 lb asparagus

  • 3-4 garlic cloves

  • 1 tsp parsley (dried)

  • 4-5 T Parmesan (I used grated)

  • 3 1/2 T olive oil

  • 1 tsp cracked pepper

  • ½ tsp Sea salt, more or less to taste


  • Preheat oven to Broil, High.
  • Slice off ends of asparagus and rinse, pat dry. Cut potatoes into quarters. (If they are larger red potatoes, cut into eighths)
  • In a medium bowl, or on sheet pan that has been sprayed with oil, toss together potatoes, 2 T olive oil, 2 T parmesan, 1 minced garlic clove, 1/2 tsp cracked pepper, salt to taste and parsley. Toss well to coat all potatoes evenly. (Then ignore this completely and toss in more parmesan because, you know….)
  • Spread potatoes evenly on sheet pan and broil for 6-8 minutes or until they just start to lightly brown.
  • While potatoes are cooking, spread 1 T olive oil on both sides of steak and salt as desired. Spread two garlic cloves, the rest of the pepper. Sprinkle 2 T parmesan onto steak as well.
  • When potatoes are ready, push them all to the side and place steak next to them. Add asparagus* and sprinkle them with a drizzle of olive oil (1/2 T), the rest of the parmesan, one garlic clove minced and sea salt and pepper to taste.
  • Place pan back into oven and broil cooking steak each side 4-6 minutes on each side and then check for desired doneness. This should be cooked to about medium, if you want it more done, cook each side about 2 minutes or so longer. (You may need to remove the asparagus at this time)
  • Remove pan from oven and allow to rest for 5-10 minutes. Serve with an extra sprinkle of parmesan and enjoy!


  • If your steak is thick, feel free to wait until you flip the steak to add the asparagus so as not to overcook it.
  • If your steak is on the thicker side, you can add the steak in the beginning with the potatoes and wait to add the asparagus until the last 5-7 minutes. I have also had some readers cook this recipe on two separate sheet pans so the steak can stay in longer if necessary.
  • You can cook this on a broiler pan or put all of the ingredients on a rack on top of the sheet pan if you don’t want the steak cooking in any of the extra juices.
  • You never have to be shy with the parmesan. While I have specific amounts because that’s what you have to do when you share a recipe, I don’t even follow that half the time other than when developing the recipe. You can never go wrong with more parmesan.
  • You can season the steak and potatoes earlier in the day and then cook when you are ready for dinner if you like or you can do it all right before your meal. Still amazing!

Reference : lemonsandzest.


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