This Moroccan Sheet Pan Dinner is a simple one pan meal that is perfect for week nights! It’s full of flavor, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, and low FODMAP.
I can’t believe it, but I took my last final of the semester on Monday! Cue the hallelujah chorus! 🙂
I’ve been enjoying lots of time with the puppies, volunteering, making holiday cookies, blogging, and long dog walks. It’s been incredibly enjoyable.
Now that finals are done, this Friday the application for my highly competitive dietetic internship is open. My goal is to have all parts that I can complete on my own finished before we leave for our Indiana Christmas and to have requested all parts that I need other people to submit. Wish me luck, because I have heard through the grapevine that this is a pretty loft goal :/
Enough about school, let’s talk about this Moroccan Sheet Pan Dinner!
I was inspired to make this meal when I was reviewing a recipe I learned in a cooking class Brian and I took a couple of years ago. In this class, we made a delicious Moroccan Chicken Tagine. While I LOVED that dish, I was on the hunt for something a bit more simple for a week night meal.
A sheet pan meal it was!
Are you familiar with sheet pan meals? I’ve shared my sheet pan chicken fajitas and have fallen head over heels for this simple meal idea.
To make a sheet pan meal, I just marinate the veggies and protein I want to include (and typically I include a starch like sweet potatoes, white potatoes, or squash) and roast on a sheet pan at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for about 25 minutes. SO EASY!
This dish gets all the flavor and nutrients from eggplant, carrots, sweet potatoes, ginger, and a blend of Moroccan inspired spices.