Inside: Sheet Pan Flank Steak with Garlic Roasted Potatoes, aside from being delicious, is perfect if you want to keep your kitchen clean. All you will have to clean up is a knife and sheet pan! Keep reading to find out how to make it.
Sheet Pan Flank Steak with garlic roasted potatoes is one of my favorite weeknight meals. There aren’t many things that I like more than healthy, easy meals – but one thing that I do like more is a clean kitchen!
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I’m not joking when I tell you that there are few things that stress me out more than having a messy kitchen. I just can’t stand it. The kitchen is supposed to be a place of inspiration where I come up with delicious recipes, so I need it to be clean.
That is why I love this recipe. All you need is a knife, a sheet pan, and a small pot (to boil the potatoes) so it doesn’t make a big mess!
I don’t know about you, but I love all types of roasted vegetables. Potatoes are one of my family’s favorites, but corn, cauliflower, broccoli, and tomatoes are popular too. My family has loved this recipe ever since the first time I made it, and we try to have it (or some variation) at least once a week.
Not only is it delicious and easy to clean up, but it is a great way to try out the new, popular “sheet pan” method of making food with only one pan. One of my favorite kitchen “tools” is my slow cooker. It definitely makes it easier to make some great meals. That said, I love this new method as well because it makes preparation and cleanup so much easier!
It is so easy to just add the fresh vegetables to the sheet pan and season them along with the flank steak and then letting them all cook together. You will be surprised how delicious it is!
This recipe is simple, fast, and family-approved. The combination of finely chopped garlic, salt, pepper, and cumin give it amazing flavor.
After putting everything on a pan (I really like this one that I have been using) and seasoning it, all you have to do is throw it in the oven and it is ready in 30 minutes (including the time it takes to boil the potatoes). This is just one idea, so feel free to modify it to make it perfect for you and your family.
For example, the other day, I made this with just the flank steak and some sliced potatoes. I drizzled some avocado oil over it and seasoned it, and it turned out amazing!
No matter how you make it, just make sure that you make plenty. I guarantee everyone will be going back for seconds!
Other Fast and Delicious Recipes
If you love this recipe, you may want to try these easy dinner ideas too:
- Sheet Pan Lemon Garlic Chicken
- Coconut Chicken Curry
- Slow Cooker Italian Beef Sandwiches
- Enchilada Stuffed Shells
- 30 Minute Jambalaya
- Honey Molasses Baked Chicken
Products you may need for this recipe
Sheet Pan. You definitely need a good, sturdy sheet pan for this recipe. You can get a set of three of my favorites here.
Sharp Kitchen Knives. You will do a lot of cutting for this recipe. You need to have a good set of knives to cut the flank steak and the vegetables also. This set is my go-to.
Let me know in the comments below how you would change it and how it turns out!
Sheet Pan Flank Steak with Garlic Roasted Potatoes
- 2 Pounds of Flank Steak
- 2 Pounds of Small Red Potatoes
- 2 Cups of Broccoli
- 1 Medium Onion sliced
- 1 Red Pepper cut into cubes
- 4 Cloves of Garlic finely chopped
- 1/4 cup of Olive Oil
- 1-2 Tablespoons of ground cumin
- 1 Tablespoon of dried oregano
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Preheat your oven to "high" in broil mode.
- Add cooking spray (or olive oil) to sheet pan.
- Separately boil the potatoes with salt for 20 minutes.
- In a large bowl, combine 2 cloves of garlic, the olive oil, the cumin, the oregano, and salt and pepper. Mix well and add the broccoli, the onions, the red pepper and boiled potatoes and then add to the sheet pan.
- Season the flank steak with pepper, salt, and the rest of the garlic, and cut into thin slices and add to the sheet pan.
- Put the sheet pan with all of the ingredients in the broiler for 5 - 7 minutes and then flip the meat and continue cooking on broil for 5 - 7 more minutes until cooked to your desired level of doneness.