It's a busy summer! With ballgames and pool days, it's hard to find the time to get in the kitchen and make dinner for the family. This Hill View Farms Meats recipe makes it easy. In fact, the majority of the time required to make this dish is simply spent cutting your meats and veggies. Once you've accomplished that, the rest is a breeze. The whole thing goes on a sheet pan that goes in the oven. It's a 'one-dish wonder' and it's spicy and delicious. Here's how to make the Summer Sheet Pan Supper.


1 lb Hill View Farms Andouille Sausage

1 lb Hill View Farms Chicken Breast, cubed

1 lb Hill View Farms Sirloin Kabob Meat

2 Cecil Farms yellow squash

2 Cecil Farms zucchini

1 Cecil Farms cucumber

2 QTS Riney Farms grape tomatoes

1 Riney Farms onion

2 Edge Farms green peppers

1 qt Edge Farms white and red new potatoes

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 tablespoon Hill View Farms Smokehouse BBQ seasoning

1 tablespoon Hill View Farms Hickory Smoked Bacon Flavored Salt

½ teaspoon Spicewalla garlic powder

¼ teaspoon Spicewalla ground pepper

2 cups Cindy’s Kitchen balsamic vinaigrette (optional)

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1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

2. Wash, then cut vegetables into similar bite size pieces.

3. Combine all vegetables in a bowl.

4. Cut sausage and chicken into bite size pieces and add to vegetable bowl.

5. Add olive oil and seasonings to bowl and toss/ stir contents to coat.

6. Empty bowl onto a parchment lined cookie sheet and spread out to a single layer.

7. Bake for 10 minutes, then turn everything over on cookie sheet and cook for an additional 8 minutes or until vegetables have cooked through and meat items are cooked to desired tenderness.

8. Serve and enjoy!

Jim Gilles
Jim Gilles


1. Add kabob meat to a plastic baggie with a cup of the balsamic vinaigrette and refrigerate for a few hours prior to cooking.

2. Add chicken to a separate plastic baggie with a cup of balsamic vinaigrette and refrigerate for a few hours prior to cooking.

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