Yes, you read that right. This easy sheet pan fish recipe cooks in about 10 minutes, and sometimes even less than that.
So allow me to introduce your new go-to sheet pan dinner: Flaky white fish and piles of crispy kale doused in a spicy chili oil with capers and lemon, ready in 10 minutes.
It’s by far the fastest full meal on my site, a truly easy weeknight dinner recipe that, in terms of speed, puts the rest of them to shame. Sorry, Sheet Pan Chicken.
What type of fish can I use?
You can use any thin white fish (less than 1-inch thick) for this recipe, such as tilapia, flounder, or sea bass. Looking for a sheet pan cod dinner instead? Or maybe hake? That would work too, but thicker fillets will take longer to cook. In that case, I’d add the kale to the sheet pan a little bit later in the cooking process so it doesn’t get too crispy.
Try this one-pan fish and veggies with different types of kale (curly, lacinato, purple!), or with other hearty, leafy greens like Swiss chard or escarole.