Asian Balsamic Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies

6 Reviews / 5 Average
Oh, how I love an easy sheet pan dinner! Not only is preparation easy, but so is clean up. The best part is that you can modify this Asian Balsamic Sheet Pan Chicken & Veggies recipe in so many ways. There's no lack of flavor with this soy sauce based marinade ... enjoy!
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Asian Balsamic Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies on a tray

Oh, how I love an easy sheet pan dinner! Not only is preparation easy, but so is clean up. The best part is that you can modify these dinners in so many ways. Make this simple and hearty Asian-inspired sheet pan chicken and veggies recipe that comes together in no time!

Easy Asian Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies

To make this easy recipe a complete meal, I like to serve it over whole-grain ramen noodles or brown rice. Yes, ramen noodles don’t have to be highly processed or bad for you!

Try This Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies With Whole Wheat Ramen Noodles!

The ones from Lotus Foods are great. They are made with brown rice and millet flours and are 100% whole grain (I found them in the International section at Whole Foods and Earth Fare). I either toss the seasoning packet in the trash or buy the four pack that doesn’t even come with the seasonings.

Can you Substitute Chicken Thighs for Chicken Breasts?

Don’t like chicken thighs? No problem, substitute chicken breasts. Don’t like carrots? No problem, substitute sweet potatoes. Actually, sweet potatoes might be really good in this dish (haha). I’ll have to try that one next time! :)

It only takes 3 to 4 minutes to boil, so I just pop them in the boiling water at the same time that I turn up the oven to broil to finish this dish. Couldn’t be any easier! Plus, there’s nothing like patting yourself on the back when the timing of your different dishes line up so perfectly. :)

I had the opportunity to share this sheet pan chicken and veggies recipe and these tips on our local Charlotte Today show. Here’s the clip below if you’d like to view it!

And here’s the recipe if you’re ready to give this meal a go. I’d love to hear what subs you try (or plan to try) in the comments below!

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  1. 5 stars
    Made this tonight and all 6 of us loved it. My 8 yr old said she didn’t like it when she saw what we were having. Once she tried it she asked if she could take some for school lunch tomorrow. Haha! Saw the noodles at Costco today in a 12 pack for just under $9. Was thrilled to try it with this dish. I used to make a stir fry that had a very similar taste with cheap ramen and the seasoning packets. This is so much healthier with the baking instead of frying and the clean ingredients. Thanks for sharing! Will definitely be making this again!

  2. Rebekah Sherwood

    5 stars
    Made this tonight and we loved it! Used chicken breasts, added some bell pepper and onion, and served over brown rice. Adding it to the rotation!

  3. 5 stars
    Maybe the chicken i used was thicker than what you did but this took almost an hour to fully cook. Otherwise it was excellent. Thanks for the recipe.

  4. Amanda Benavides

    5 stars
    Another winner with my family. I added yellow & red bell pepper instead of broccoli (family request). Super easy and pairing with the ramen noodles was amazing!

  5. 5 stars
    This was great. I added sweet potatoes with the carrots and broccoli. We used chicken breast and served over a mix of brown and white rice.

  6. I would add onions and red bell peppers.to this and instead of using the marinade that the raw chicken was in, I would dbl the marinade use half for the chicken and the fresh half to pour over the veggies and chicken b4 cooking

  7. This looks delicious and so easy! You may want to specify fresh (or defrosted) chicken – I could see myself throwing frozen chicken breast on the pan and then wondering why it was pink in the middle (yikes)! :-)