Sheet Pan Chicken Sausage with Sweet Potatoes, Onions and Apples

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There's nothing simpler for dinner than cutting up a few veggies with some sausage--and this flavor combination can't be beat. Roast everything together on a single sheet pan where the juices mix and mingle for the perfect blend of sweet and savory in every bite.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Things You'll Need

  • 2 sweet potatoes, cut into large dice
  • 1 to 2 golden potatoes cut into large dice
  • 1 pound pre-cooked sausages (we used chicken-apple here), cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 1 sweet onion, sliced
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt plus more for serving
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper plus more for serving
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 Granny Smith apples, cut into wedges
(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Step 1: Chop the Ingredients

Dice both potatoes and slice your onions, sausage and apples.

Tip

  • Use pre-cooked sausage, so there's no worry about food contamination on the cutting board.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Step 2: Slather with Oil

Reserve the apples but make a mound on a baking sheet with the rest of your ingredients. Then drizzle the olive oil. Sprinkle your salt and pepper and use your hands to mix until every bite is coated.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Flatten out the ingredients, covering the entire space on your pan. Aim for a single layer but a little overlapping isn't a problem.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Step 3: Roast at 400 degrees Fahrenheit

Cook for 15 minutes, then remove from the oven. Use a spatula to flip the ingredients and add the apples. Cook for another 20 minutes.

Tip

  • During the first 15 minutes while the tray is roasting, add a little olive oil to your apple wedges. This will help keep them moist in the oven.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)

Serve immediately or cover with foil if you prefer to keep the sheet pan warm for later.

Tip

  • This dish is a great make-ahead option and travels well for potlucks.

(Image: Charity Curley Mathews, founder of Foodlets.com)
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