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

4.89 from 52 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

Ingredients

  • 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)

Instructions 

  • 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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Nutrition

Serving: 1servingCalories: 504.88kcalCarbohydrates: 40.3gProtein: 15.65gFat: 32.45gSodium: 1028.88mgFiber: 5.88g
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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. Trying this tonight ! Didn’t have steak seasoning so used a packet of onion soup mix , so far looks yummy

    1. This is such a versatile meal which is what I love about it. The frozen veggies makes it even easier, and I can add anything else I want. I recently added a sweet potato with the regular potatoes and it was so good. The only thing I struggle with is having so many things making the sheet pan look like it’s overflowing 😅

  2. This is one of my “I don’t feel like cooking tonight” meals! Minimal prep and everyone loves it! It’s so filling that I usually don’t need to serve anything else with it. I use the same seasoning as we use on our Thanksgiving turkey- Kinder’s Buttery Steakhouse seasoning. Moment of truth, I don’t measure it. I sprinkle it on until I’m satisfied everything is sufficiently covered :)

  3. I love this recipe for so many reasons- flavor, ease of preparation, etc. One problem that I keep running into, though, is burned kielbasa. Everything else is cooked just right, but the kielbasa burns on the side touching the sheet pan (I do stir partway through). Since I can’t find any other reviews with this issue, I’m guessing it’s a “me” problem… any troubleshooting tips?

    1. You can try adding them to the sheet pan half-way through when you stir everything else. :) If the sheet pan is not very full or the kielbasa is cut into thinner rounds, they’ll brown faster, too.

      1. Thanks! It worked much better that way. Some of the sausage pieces still got a little black, but they were on the sheet pan that ended up on the lower rack (I switched them halfway through), so that’s probably part of the problem. I’m asking for a bigger sheet pan for Christmas, so maybe I’ll be able to keep it all on the middle rack next time! Thanks for your help!

  4. I’ve made this at least ten times and it is always a hit. Simple to put together. Thanks for such a family friendly recipe.

  5. Trying this tonight! We love the smoked turkey kielbasa so grateful for a new way to serve it.