Sheet Pan Kielbasa Potatoes and Green Beans

$9.47 recipe / $2.37 serving
by Beth - Budget Bytes
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THIS is the sheet pan meal to end all sheet pan meals! It’s similar to some I’ve made before, but it is by far the easiest one yet, and without sacrificing any flavor. This Sheet Pan Kielbasa, Potatoes, and Green Beans recipe is filling, tasty, and as easy as it gets, with only SIX simple ingredients, and very little hands on time. I don’t know what more you could want from a dinner recipe! 🙌

Sheet pan kielbasa, potatoes, and green beans with a spatula

Can I Use a Different Sausage?

Yes, if you can not find kielbasa, any sort of smoked sausage will taste delicious with this combination of ingredients. It’s so flexible!

Can I Use Fresh Green Beans?

I used frozen green beans for this recipe because they are already cleaned, cut, and blanched before freezing. The blanching keeps the green beans a little more moist as they roast in the oven. You can use fresh green beans if you prefer, just keep in mind that they will dry out a little more while roasting than frozen green beans.

What is Steak Seasoning?

Steak seasoning is my short cut for this recipe. It’s a bottled spice blend, sometimes called Montreal Steak Seasoning, that you should be able to find at any major grocery store in the U.S. It’s a chunky mix of salt, pepper, garlic, red pepper, and sometimes a couple other spices. I love steak seasoning because that chunky grind of the spices gives the dish not only texture but these wonderful pops of flavor in every bite. Don’t skip it! :)

Can I Use Different Potatoes?

Yes! Again, this recipe is so flexible. I used small red potatoes, but you can substitute larger red potatoes or even russet potatoes if that is what you have. Just make sure to cut the potatoes into one-inch pieces so they roast at an even pace with everything else.

Sheet pan kielbasa, potatoes, and green beans in a bowl with a fork

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Sheet Pan Kielbasa Potatoes and Green Beans

4.88 from 49 votes
Sheet pan meals don't get any easier or more delicious than this Sheet Pan Kielbasa Potatoes and Green Beans dinner.
Sheet pan roasted kielbasa potatoes and green beans with a spatula
Servings 4
Prep 10 minutes
Cook 35 minutes
Total 45 minutes


  • 24 oz. petite red potatoes ($2.99)
  • 12 oz. kielbasa ($4.69)
  • 1 yellow onion ($0.32)
  • 12 oz. frozen green beans ($1.00)
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil ($0.32)
  • 1/2 Tbsp steak seasoning ($0.15)


  • Preheat the oven to 400ºF. Wash and slice the potatoes into 1-inch pieces. Slice the kielbasa into medallions. Dice the onion into 1-inch pieces.
  • Add the potatoes, kielbasa, onion, and frozen green beans (no need to thaw) to a large baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle the steak seasoning over top. Use your hands to toss the ingredients until everything is coated in oil and spices.
  • Transfer the baking sheet to the oven and roast in the oven for 20 minutes, then give the ingredients on the sheet pan a good stir. Roast for an additional 15 minutes, or until the ingredients achieve the level of browning you desire. Serve hot.

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Serving: 1servingCalories: 504.88kcalCarbohydrates: 40.3gProtein: 15.65gFat: 32.45gSodium: 1028.88mgFiber: 5.88g
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How to Make Sheet Pan Kielbasa Potatoes and Green Beans – Step by Step Photos

Meal ingredients whole on the sheet pan

Preheat the oven to 400ºF. This is all that goes into the dinner, plus some olive oil and steak seasoning. How simple is that?? 24oz. petite red potatoes, 12oz. kielbasa, 12oz. frozen green beans, and one yellow onion.

Chopped ingredients on the sheet pan

Chop the potatoes into 1-inch pieces. Slice the kielbasa into medallions. Dice the onion into 1-inch pieces. Add the potatoes, kielbasa, onion, and green beans (no need to thaw) to the sheet pan.

Steak seasoning bottle close up

This is all I used to season the sheet pan meal. The chunky texture of this seasoning blend really adds a lot of texture and flavor differentiation to every bite!

Seasoned sheet pan meal

Add 2 Tbsp olive oil and ½ Tbsp of the steak seasoning to the ingredients on the sheet pan, then toss really well until everything is coated in oil and seasoning.

Roasted sheet pan meal

Then place the sheet pan in the oven, roast for 20 minutes, then give it a good stir. Return it to the oven and roast for about another 15 minutes, or until it’s browned to the level that you like.

Close up of sheet pan kielbasa potatoes and green beans on a sheet pan

It’s hard to describe how awesome this is. It doesn’t even need any sort of dressing or sauce. The fat and seasoning from the kielbasa soak into the potatoes and coats the other vegetables in an incredible amount of flavor, then you have the steak seasoning on top. It’s just 100% awesome! Serve hot and enjoy. :)

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  1. Made this again tonight. This is my go-to when I don’t want to cook, but want something that’s delicious. I used fresh peppers instead of green beans (because that’s what I had). I’ve come to realize that this recipe is so versatile—just use what you have. Cooking times may vary, but for me that’s not an issue.

  2. Super easy and yummy! I didn’t have potatoes so I left them out and served with pasta salad! Happy dinner for me :)

  3. This is a once-a-week staple in our house! It’s even good re-heated the next day. Would love instructions on how to also do this in an air fryer!!!

  4. Just came to say that this is a STAPLE in our house. I probably make it once per grocery run! — Do you think this could be prepped ahead and frozen to cook later?

    1. Since we haven’t tested that method ourselves, I can’t be certain it will work out. You can definitely go ahead and slice the kielbasa and store it in an air-tight container in the fridge for a few days. Freezing potatoes will slightly change their texture and become “mealy” or “grainy” (which many people find unpleasant) because they have high water content. I’m not sure how swapping a pre-frozen red potato will affect the bake times and outcomes. Onions also don’t freeze well for recipes where they are meant to be eaten alone (rather than added into a sauce or something like that), and slicing them too far in advance will cause them to produce off-flavors and unpleasant smells. I hope that helps! ~ Marion :)

  5. So delicious! I think I overcooked the potatoes because they were a little dry but still very edible.
    Southern green beans and potatoes were one of my favorite meals as a kid and I knew I’d love this one too.
    Thanks for this recipe.

  6. Made this for the family. My dad, husband and son absolutely LOVED it. I’m definitely adding it to the dinner rotation.

  7. Fantastic. I’ve been making a recipe similar to this for years, but with bell peppers instead of green beans. It just so happened that I had some frozen green beans I wanted to use up so this was perfect. Definitely a keeper – thank you!

  8. This is my absolute favorite hectic/tired/whatever night dinner. It’s SO easy and everyone loves it. And because chopping doesn’t need to be super uniform or aesthetically pleasing, my younger kiddos can easily chop sausage & potatoes to their hearts content, gaining them skills and a love for cooking.
    I use Kinder’s buttery steakhouse seasoning and it adds the perfect touch of butter flavor to meat & veggies.

  9. I made this a few times, love it! I think next time I’m going to add some butternut squash!

  10. I love this recipe! I’ve made it twice so far and immensely enjoyed it each time- my boyfriend is a fan too! I used smoked turkey sausage as that’s what I like. As a college student that lives alone and can struggle to meal prep, this is a lifesaver of a recipe! Thanks!!!

  11. So easy and so good! Made just as written and also did an extra sheet pan of more potatoes and broccoli for my bigger family.

  12. Thank you for the great recipe. It’s seriously so fast to put together and super tasty. All I had was Italian seasons and that worked great, I ground some pepper too. Ours was done in 35 minutes, not super browned but just golden on the edges of the potatoes. Ive tried this with kielbasa from the natural food store but I think it works best with a hillshire sausage vibe with a proper hit of salt. That way I don’t have to add any other salt to the dish.

  13. Made this for dinner tonight for a VERY picky family. My in-laws each have things they will not eat, but this fit the bill. My father in-law actually ate veggies! Next time I’ll double or even triple the recipe. So delicious and so easy! We used salt-free Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb seasoning, olive oil, and a little bit of dill weed. Then those of us that wanted salt added a salt blend to serve. There were ZERO leftovers and almost not enough to feed the 5 of us! Mother in-law rated it a 12/10.