One Pan Dinners Perfect for Pittsburgh Apartments

March 25th, 2016 by Ryan Sundling


Eating at home is healthier for the body and the budget. But after a hard day at work, the last thing we want to do is immediately go all Top Chef, only to end up with a pile of dishes that takes until bedtime to clean. Fear not food lovers! As the most gourmet-friendly Pittsburgh apartments, we shopped around and found 3 one-pan dinners that are no match for the well-appointed kitchens at SkyVue’s Pittsburgh apartments.

In a recent article from The Huffington Post’s HUFFPOST TASTE section, the food bloggers at PureWow accurately note “it’s easy to get lazy on weeknights, especially when the mere thought of cooking an entire meal is exhausting.” Of all the apartments for rent in Pittsburgh, PA, SkyVue’s spacious kitchens make it easy to minimize the urge to call for takeout and maximize the yum factor. To make these tasty entrées, just assemble all of the ingredients on a single baking sheet and pop it in the oven. Because, as PureWow notes, “a no fuss, no mess dinner is exactly what you need right now.”

What’s on The Menu at SkyVue Pittsburgh Apartments?

Chicken with Roasted Carrots (Get the recipe)

PureWow lived up to their name by choosing beautiful purple, yellow and orange carrots for their version. Small carrots can be left whole while they recommend cutting large carrots in half or quarters. Also into the pan go sliced onion quarters and whole garlic whose only prep is chopping off the top. It all combines with a bit of fresh rosemary, salt, and pepper for a light savory oven-roasted masterpiece.

Steak with Beets and Crispy Kale (Get the recipe)

This recipe pairs an all-time favorite (steak) with a scrumptious new trend (crispy kale). Beets, well beets are just beets. For your mouthwatering steak, why not visit a local chophouse shop like Lawrenceville’s Butcher on Butler?

Sausage with Broccoli Rabe and White Beans (Get the recipe)

Pittsburgh has a lot of Polish and Italian heritage, and both love their sausage. We love this recipe for a lot of reasons but mainly because it works with either one. We’ve also love the selection of organic veggies and quality meats over at East-End Food Coop. They work with a number of local producers, which is key because handmade sausage and fresh veggies just taste better.

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