One Pan salmon and veggies is an easy sheet pan meal and perfect for a hands off, busy weeknight. is a delicious and easy weeknight dish.
This sheet pan salmon and veggies meal is totally customizable too – just threw your favorite fresh or frozen veggies on the sheet pan, season and bake!
Happy Friday! We’re extra excited because we’re leaving today for our short little babymoon in Charleston and Savannah.
I am looking forward to some R&R. Though I’m a planner by nature, I actually forbid myself from doing any planning because I just want to put my feet up and really relax.
I’m also excited to share today’s recipe with you for my favorite honey mustard salmon and this sheet pan recipe.
Maybe it’s something you’ll even make TONIGHT or this weekend. I find that by the time Friday comes around, I am wiped out from the week. We usually get take out, or gravitate towards something easy in the kitchen (roasted vegetable pasta and sweet potato turkey burgers are popular options here).
So, if that sounds like you too, I promise this one pan salmon and veggies will turn your week around – minimal energy required.
Last time, we focused on honey ginger shrimp, but salmon is my personal favorite (if we’re talking seafood faves).
This time, it’s Ocean Raised Atlantic Salmon.
Yes, it is! During both pregnacies, I have been cognizant about eating enough seafood, especially salmon.
While fresh wild salmon is only available during the summer, ocean-raised farmed Atlantic salmon is available year-round.
This has proven exceptionally helpful for me since most of my pregnancy has been in the fall and winter months.
Ever since stumbling upon Pier 33 in the grocery store over the summer, I’ve been very loyal to this brand of salmon because it’s so delicious.
This is actually a salmon recipe we make quite often, along with my zucchini salmon cakes.
It’s kind of a blend of many different recipes I’ve seen online, but I’ve perfected it to my own after having it time and time again.
I really like the crunch of the breadcrumbs and the taste the extra parmesan cheese adds (which you sprinkle on at the end).
Here’s what you need for this weeknight staple.
For the honey mustard breading:
So many ways!
To minimize the prep dishes here, you could even mix the marinade in a ziplock bag. Same with the breadcrumbs, so you aren’t dirtying as many dishes.
The staples for this recipe include honey, dijon mustard and breadcrumbs, things you probably already have in your pantry.
That’s one reason this is such a prime go-to for us – it doesn’t utilize crazy ingredients that I never have.
You can also obviously switch the broccoli for any other veggies you may have on hand. I’m partial to sheet pan salmon with broccoli, but that’s because I always pair them.
I just happen to always have frozen broccoli on hand, as one of my favorite go-to’s.
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This Sheet Pan Breaded Honey Mustard Salmon is a delicious and easy weeknight dish. While this sheet pan meal requires minimal prep and clean up, it's also full of flavor and balanced nutrition for an easy family meal.
You may want to cook the potatoes for 10-15 minutes beforehand, or leave them in a little longer, to ensure they are fully cooked.
What’s your favorite way to cook salmon?