Who doesn't love a good sheet pan meal? They are so easy to prepare, but even better, so easy to clean-up!
It can be hard to find clean kielbasa in store, but there are some decent brands. Pederson's Natural Farms has the Whole30 stamp of approval. If you're not following Whole30, at least use a clean brand without corn syrup and other nasty additives. Many meats contain a form of sugar simply to cure it, not just to make foods more addictive. So while they aren't necessarily considered to be paleo, I would consider them to still be a clean food if the sugar is only for curing. At my local farmer's market, a pig farmer sells high quality pork products, but he adds dextrose in a small amount simply to cure his products to make them last longer.
I wrote the recipe using bell peppers since that is usually the most affordable and what I have on hand. However, I really love using the little sweet peppers that come in a bag. They are so perfect after being roasted, and add such a great taste.
Enjoy this dinner and any feedback is always appreciated!
- 1 package Kielbasa
- 1 large Onion chopped into wedges
- 2 Bell Peppers sliced lengthwise
- 4-6 White Potatoes chopped into small chunks
- Olive Oil
- Salt and Pepper
- Pre-heat oven to 400F degrees.
- Prepare all the veggies. Make sure the potatoes aren't large chunks or else they will not cook evenly. Alternatively, you can slice them as you would scalloped potatoes.
- Lay all veggies on the sheet pan, and drizzle olive oil on top to coat. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Mix evenly.
- Slice the kielbasa into 4-6 pieces, and slice again lengthwise. Lay on top of the veggies.
- Place in the oven and bake for 35-40 minutes, or until potatoes are tender.