Sheet-pan honey sriracha chicken with colorful veggies makes for a hearty and nourishing weeknight dinner!
Honey Sriracha Chicken
Sheet-pan dinners are one of my favorite weeknight meals. They require minimal hands-on work and can be served in so many different ways. This honey sriracha chicken sheet-pan is one of my favorite easy dinners to make. It’s a delicious way to get in some lean protein, colorful veggies and a ton of flavor.
I love serving this over brown rice or lettuce cups topped with scallions, sesame seeds and red pepper flakes.
Colorful dinners are always a win in my book, and I love the pop of color the cabbage gives to this recipe. If you’ve never tried cooked cabbage, you’re in for a treat. My roasted cabbage with maple tahini has been a favorite side dish of mine for years.
The cabbage comes out so tender and flavorful, and is seriously so delicious with the honey sriracha sauce.
What you’ll need to make honey sriracha chicken
- Chicken breast– I used boneless chicken breast for this recipe for a leaner option. You can use bone-in chicken and adjust the bake time, or boneless chicken thighs
- Veggies: I kept it colorful with purple cabbage, rainbow carrots and edamame
- Honey Sriracha Sauce– the true star of the show is the sauce. It’s made from low-sodium soy sauce, sriracha, honey, garlic, ginger and some tapioca flour to thicken
- Garnishes– I love to top my dish with chopped scallions, sesame seeds and red pepper flakes
- Serve with– quinoa, brown rice, or a bed of greens for a lighter twist
- Start by cutting the chicken into 1″ pieces and marinating it in a little low-sodium soy sauce and salt & pepper
- While that marinates, toss the sliced cabbage and carrots with low-sodium soy sauce, garlic powder, salt & pepper, and olive oil and roast for about 20 minutes
- Add the chicken to the sheet-pan and finish cooking for 15 minutes. While that cooks, prepare the honey sriracha sauce
- Remove the pan from the oven, pour the sauce over the top and set it under the broiler for another 2-3 minutes
- Serve over brown rice or your favorite grain
I love to keep things simple for dinners, especially when recipes can double as meal prep for lunches during the week. This one-pan meal is made with so many good flavors, you guys are going to love this recipe!