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I’m coming to you live, from my kitchen, with another hit sheet pan recipe. Savory, a little sweet, and full of zing Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Ham, Green Beans, and Potatoes is one of my favorite easy one-pan meals.
Ham, Green Beans, and Potatoes Ingredients
This sheet pan meal is super easy and full of yummy flavor. To make this, you’ll need just a few ingredients.
- golden potatoes (you can use other potatoes, but golden potatoes are my favorite–they have the best buttery texture!)
- green beans, trimmed
- olive oil
- minced garlic
- yellow mustard
- dried rosemary
- garlic powder
- ham steak (you can find a packaged one like I did, but you can also ask for a fresh sliced one at your deli counter)
How to Make Sheet Pan Ham, Potatoes, and Green Beans
This meal is so simple and easy to make but seems more impressive than it actually is. It’s a sheet pan meal, which for some people means throwing everything on the same pan and cooking it for the same amount of time. While this works sometimes, it usually doesn’t. Many different ingredients cook at different rates, and you have to be careful about that when you bake everything on the same sheet pan. For this meal, the green beans and the potatoes take the longest to cook, so we’ll cook those first, then add the ham later, so that you don’t end up with tender veggies and dry ham, or juicy ham and crunchy veggies.
Step one: Prepare your potatoes and green beans. Dice your potatoes and trim your green beans. Toss those with a little olive oil and salt and pepper and set them to roast for about 10 minutes.
Step two: Prepare the honey mustard. While you’re waiting for the veggies, mix together the honey, mustard, garlic, olive oil, water, and rosemary and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Step three: Prepare the ham. Take your veggies out of the oven after 10 minutes and flip. Now add your ham (sliced in half) to the pan and top with your honey mustard sauce.
Step four: Bake. Bake everything together for about 25 minutes, or until the ham is warmed through and the veggies and fork tender. Broil in the oven for a couple minutes to crisp everything up. Serve up, wow your family, and enjoy!
Sheet Pan Recipes
It’s no secret I love a sheet pan meal. They’re so simple to make and the cleanup is so easy. Here are a few of my favorite easy sheet pan meals that are on repeat at my house!