This recipe makes all your dinner dreams come true! It’s a simple Steak and Potatoes recipe with roasted asparagus, all on a sheet pan. An entire meal with no mess. It’s the best way to cook steak.
Why We Love Steak and Potatoes Sheet Pan Dinner
This Steak and Potatoes with Asparagus sheet pan recipe is a tasty and healthy meal option to keep your healthy eating goals on track. If you are not an asparagus fan, you can always replace them with green beans or any other vegetable you like.
It can be prepared very quickly. I usually make sheet pan meals because they are super easy to make and I have less dirty dishes to clean. Everything is cooked in one pan at the same time.
If you like to give the steaks a nice and crispy golden coat, you can always pan sear each side of your steak for a couple of minutes before placing them in the oven. This is actually a great step when you chose to cook it with thicker steaks. You can also replace the potatoes with sweet potatoes if you like for a healthier carb option.
How To Make Steak and Potatoes Sheet Pan
This has to be one of the easiest recipes I have ever posted on here. It’s as easy as adding spices to everything and then roasting it in the oven. The only thing you can do to speed up the recipe is to chop your potatoes and asparagus first.
Steak – I used Angus Ribeye Steak, which I grabbed from Walmart. I love the marbling the steak has. It makes it super tender and juicy after it’s prepared.
Onion Powder – I love the flavor of onion powder, it’s a must for other sheet pan recipes too.
Garlic Powder – You can use minced garlic instead.
Salt and Pepper – I prefer coarse salt and fresh-ground pepper
Potatoes – The golden potatoes are the perfect size for the sheet pan. You can also chop up sweet potatoes instead.
Asparagus – Use your favorite vegetables. I think the asparagus has a flavor that matches the steak perfectly.
If you decide to make it a super low carb meal, you can omit the potatoes and add zucchini and squash instead.
There are only a few steps in this super easy recipe.
First, mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl together.
Then, sprinkle the rub onto everything. The veggies, potatoes, and steak will all have the same rub.
Brush olive oil onto everything, then bake them in the oven.
That’s it! You can sprinkle some fresh parmesan on top if you want a little extra touch.
How To Give The Steak A Darker Color
Simply baking it in the oven won’t give you the crispy exterior that mine has. For that little extra-crisp, pan-sear it on the stove on both sides first. After it’s browned on all sides, bake it.
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Other Sheet Pan Recipes
- 4 pieces of Angus Rib Eye Steak 48 oz
- 2 tbsp Sam’s Choice Black Pepper Fresh Ground
- 2 tsp Great Value Organic Onion Powder
- 2 tsp Great Value Organic Garlic Powder
- 1½ tsp Salt
- 2 tbsp Great Value Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 1 small bag of golden potatoes 1.5 lbs (found at the marketside market at Walmart), cut in halves
- 1 Large Bunch of Asparagus trimmed
- Mix all the dry ingredient together in a bowl.
- Sprinkle the rub onto all of the ingredients and place them on the sheet pan
- Brush the olive oil onto the sheet pan ingredients and bake for 30 minutes on 400 degrees.
- Remove and serve. Grate some fresh parmesan on top for garnishing.
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Mariam E. says
Hope it helps!
We like our steaks well done,how much longer should i cook this?
Mariam E. says
I would pan sear them about 5 minutes on each side first and then cook according to the directions. You should have a well done steak like that.
April Klaasse says
How can I make this with way less sodium per person?
Mariam E. says
Hey! Honestly if you reduce it, it will becomes tasteless. The amount of salt in the whole meal is very little. You can maybe try some low sodium spices and marinate the steaks and potatoes with them to have less sodium and more flavor since it will be more of an herbed blend spice.
Just use less salf thats all. Use a different seasoning for taste.