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Hot Sheet: Sweet and Savory Sheet Pan Recipes for Every Day and Celebrations by Olga Massov and Sanaë Lemoine

Hot Sheet: Sweet and Savory Sheet Pan Recipes for Every Day and Celebrations by Olga Massov and Sanaë Lemoine

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Transform everyday meals into extraordinary ones, with more than 100 recipes harnessing the power of your sheet pan, including breakfasts, starters, dinners, and desserts. Say goodbye to boring food and hello to flavor-packed dishes for weeknight dining as well as special occasions.

The sheet pan hardly needs an introduction—every kitchen should have one. The underappreciated cooking workhorse, sheet pans are versatile, practical, inexpensive, durable, stackable, and easy to clean—and you’re probably already using them regularly for quick-and-easy chicken and veg or staple treats like chocolate chip cookies. But Hot Sheet offers a more creative approach with elevated yet accessible recipes spanning from breakfast to dinner to desserts—and every course in-between—that will take you from weeknight suppers to celebratory meals.

Cookbook authors and editors Olga Massov and Sanaë Lemoine lean into their respective backgrounds to showcase the sheet pan’s full potential with more than 100 elegant and surprisingly achievable recipes, including:

  • Giant Buttermilk-Cornmeal Pancake with Blueberries
  • Open-Face Croque Monsieur for a Crowd
  • Oven Ratatouille with Eggs
  • Chicken Faux-gine with Olives, Dates, and Preserved Lemons
  • Dumpling Filling Meatloaf with Sweet Potatoes and Quickles
  • Coconut Fish en Papillote with Cherry Tomatoes
  • All-the-Crispy-Bits Mac and Cheese
  • Paella with Chorizo and Peas
  • Cauliflower Steaks with Parsley-Shallot Sauce
  • Sheet Pan “Fried” Rice
  • Strawberry Snacking Sheet Cake
  • Labneh Cheesecake Bars with Berry Compote
  • Caramelized Bananas with Ice Cream

You’ll need nothing other than Hot Sheet for exciting weeknight dinners and special meals that don’t take much time to clean up. As Olga and Sanaë write, having a quick and easy meal doesn’t have to mean sacrificing taste or sophistication.