It's time to lay it all out -- in the pan. Cooking an entire meal on a single baking sheet is a great alternative to classic one-pot recipes. Not only does it allow the individual flavors of your proteins and side dishes to shine, it also guarantees the easiest cleanup ever. Try this streamlined approach to create an instantly impressive spread.
While the flavors of this classic dish may have originated in Southern France, they'll be right at home in your own kitchen. If you like your potatoes extra crispy, return the pan to the oven while the chicken is resting.
A stuffing of dried apricots, apricot jam, and shallots lends sweet and savory flavors to pork tenderloin after just 30 minutes in the oven, while the potatoes and Brussels sprouts become golden and crisp. Toss any leaves that come off the Brussels sprouts in with the rest of the dish (they'll become crunchy and chiplike).