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Taking sheet pan dinners to a whole new level with this Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa.

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

I didn’t mean for this to happen, but apparently this week’s recipes are all about winter citrus. From Monday’s salmon, to yesterday’s smoothie, and on to today’s Cuban chicken. Citrus obsessed? Maybe just a little, but I’m fully embracing all the produce winter has to offer and loving it!

Do you know what I’m also loving? Sheet pan dinners, which you will soon realize, as I have a few more sheet pan recipes coming your way this month. Like most everyone else in the world, I’m all about a dinner that can be made entirely on one pan. Using just one pan means less to clean, minimal hands-on time, and typically a pretty quick-cooking meal. Uh? A big fat yes to that!

All of the above means more time to spend cozied up by the fire on these super cold January nights. And when I say super cold, I mean super freaking cold. I’m talking a brisk five degrees…although I shouldn’t be complaining, because this is the mellowest winter ever here in Colorado. I think you guys on the east coast might be having colder temps, in which case, you should definitely be cozied up by the fire while this Cuban chicken cooks in the oven.

Just saying.

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

Anyway, when I was brainstorming recipes for the month, I knew that I really wanted to incorporate all the beautiful winter citrus. For whatever reason, whenever it comes oranges, grapefruits, and other winter citrus, my first thought is to just simply eat them, as opposed to using them in recipes. Growing up, my dad didn’t cook with much citrus (not even lemons or limes), but we ate plenty of oranges and grapefruits as snacks. It wasn’t until I started cooking that I learned how delicious citrus can be in savory recipes.

I feel like I don’t use citrus enough. It’s truly one of the best additions to so many recipes, and when I actually put a little thought into it, I find there are a million and one ways to use these vibrant fruits in savory ways.

Enter this Cuban Chicken.

Cuban cuisine is known for being extra citrusy, so it’s the perfect kind of food to make during these winter months when the grocery store is filled to the brim with blood oranges, Cara Cara oranges, grapefruits, and those cute little clementines.

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

Like most sheet pan recipes, this one is pretty simple. Season your chicken, add your veggies…roast, roast, roast…and while that’s happening make the salsa. Serve it all up and done!

It’s literally a two-step process. In turn, you’ll have the most perfect citrusy chicken dinner complete with roasted potatoes, veggies, and even salsa. I mean, I’m not sure it gets better.

The chicken is pretty classically seasoned with a good amount of fresh orange and lime juice, plenty of garlic, oregano, and cumin. If you have extra time, I highly recommend marinating the chicken for a couple of hours before roasting to really intensify the flavor and to make for an extra tender and moist chicken.

The salsa…

To go along with the chicken, potatoes, and peppers, I made a quick salsa. I used the cutest little blood oranges that friends brought for me all the way from their California backyard! They’re under-ripe right now, so they don’t have their bright red hue just yet, but I kind of love their extra tart flavor. They make for a perfect salsa to spoon over top this chicken. The salsa adds a pop of fresh greens and zingy citrus flavor.

You CANNOT skip it.

It’s my favorite part, but then I say that about every fruit salsa recipe (I’m obsessed).

And lastly, if all my rambling on about how good this recipe is has yet to convince you to make it, just look at all the pretty colors happening here. The colors alone tell you this is a must-make recipe.

Pretty food = GOOD food.

OKAY, that might not always be true, but in today’s case, it’s true, you need to make this chicken!

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Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

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Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
Calories Per Serving: 369 kcal

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Citrus Avocado Salsa

  • 1 avocado, diced
  • 1 orange, diced
  • 1 cup fresh cilantro, chopped
  • 1 jalapeño, seeded and chopped
  • juice from 1 lime
  • pinch of flaky sea salt


  • 1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
    2. On a rimmed baking sheet, combine the chicken, 2 tablespoons olive oil, the garlic, oregano, cumin, cayenne, orange juice + zest, lime juice + zest, and a large pinch each of salt and pepper. Toss well to evenly coat the chicken. Add the onions, potatoes, and bell peppers, and toss with the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil and a pinch each of salt and pepper. Arrange everything in an even layer. Add the orange slices and then transfer to the oven. Roast for 40-45 minutes, tossing halfway through cooking until the chicken is cooked through and the potatoes golden.
    3. Meanwhile, make the salsa. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and toss to combine.
    4. To serve, top the chicken with the salsa. Eat!

Sheet Pan Cuban Chicken With Citrus Avocado Salsa | #sheetpan #cuban #chicken #recipes #easy

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  1. 5 stars
    It wouldn’t let me reply on my earlier post of Feb 14, 2021 so I did a new one. The recipe came out even more delicious than it smelled while cooking. I’m making it again, this time with pork, as I want to make it for some family and not all will eat chicken. The salsa is amazing! You don’t want to omit this part, as it put an already delicious dish over the top. Love your recipes, thanks for sharing them.

  2. 4 stars
    I’m making this now and wish I had watched the video first, as the oranges and avocado in the salsa aren’t diced. Diced to me means small cubes. The oranges are peeled and sliced into rounds and the avocados are quarted and sliced. But it smells delicious and I’m sure it will taste delicious as well.

  3. 5 stars
    I make a recipe from HBH at least once a week and this is by far in my top 3. I go back to it over and over. Soooo delicious and tastes so fresh. I love it

  4. Easy to make and delicious. Slight kick of heat from the cayenne. I’ve enjoyed many of the recipes from this site.

  5. 5 stars
    I made this recipe the other night and it was a hit! I actually marinated the chicken for couple hours in the fridge instead of tossing it together and immediately baking it. I also used baby red, purple and fingerling potatoes. It turned out SO good! The salsa is the best part; I doubled the recipe and didn’t regret it. I love going through some of your old recipes and incorporating them into my menu for the week. And having a video included in the post is super helpful. Thanks Tieghan!

    1. Hey Amy,
      About 2 tablespoons of orange juice. I hope you love the recipe. Let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  6. 5 stars
    This was delicious. I was out of cumin so substituted a bit of chili powder and turmeric. The salsa is a game changer! This is a keeper for sure.

    1. Hey Maribeth,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  7. 5 stars
    The Cuban sheet-pan chicken was delicious – and beautiful! I’ve made several things found on your site, and each has been so very good. The eggnog cinnamon rolls were a huge hit, I’m using the last of the eggnog tomorrow to make one more batch – I’d better give these away though….the Covid 10 pounds is real:)

    I only recently discovered your website and love it, have recommended it to several foodie-home-cooks!

    I look forward to cooking with you this year, my fellow Coloradan!

  8. This recipe is easy, has so much flavor and a great kick. My only recommendation is to put the potatos in 30 mins before the chicken so it’s extra crispy. Definitely saving this one for the future!

    1. Hey Colleen,
      Thanks so much for giving the recipe a try, I am thrilled that it worked out for you. Happy Holidays! xTieghan

  9. 2 stars
    Flavors are good but if you follow the oven timing / temp recommendations, the pepper and onions will be burnt to a crisp and the chicken will be dry. I recommend anyone trying this out to only cook the potatoes for 40-45 min at 425 then cook everything else for only about 30 minutes

  10. It’s wonderful! I have made it at least 3 times since we have been in lockdown! I have to double it for leftovers the next day! Officially part of my rotation!

  11. I made this the other day and we all devoured it and were wishing there was more! I juiced the orange and 2-3 limes and blended the juices with all the other ingredients with the salsa so we could drizzle it over and oh my goodness it was so good. Next time I’m definitely not deseeding my jalapeno though, there was no spice in my salsa after doing that whoops!

  12. 5 stars
    Made this tonight and it was fantastic. I made it to the tee with the exception of I only had fresh thyme on hand instead of oregano and only used half the jalapeño in the salsa, oh and used green bell pepper instead of red. Ill definitely make it again… my husband raved about how fresh it tasted.

  13. 5 stars
    I stumbled on this recipe awhile back and it has become a family favorite. I love making it when we have guests because it can be roasting while we chat and then it’s ready to serve so I don’t have to be cooking frantically after my guests have arrived. It always impresses. The citrus avocado salsa is the best part and great with chips if there is any left over. Highly recommend!

    1. Thank you so much Anne! I am really glad this recipe turned out so well for you! I hope you continue to enjoy others of mine as well! xTieghan

  14. I made this for dinner the other night and it was a hit. I enjoyed the salsa so much that I made it again tonight with grapefruit and blood oranges and put it on broiled salmon which was a home run. Thanks for another lovely recipe.

  15. 5 stars
    I’m cooking up a storm! I made this for dinner last week and lunch this week. My family just loves it. Thank you, Tiegan. Another winner!

  16. 5 stars
    My hubby raved about this recipe. The avoacado citrus salsa is so fresh. I didn’t have fresh jalapeño but I can see how it would ve so good. I added red onion to it since I had a little after from the veggies. Another winner, Tieghan!

  17. 5 stars
    Made this for my family this weekend, with the help of my 4.5 yo niece- she loves to cook! Everyone, even the picky eaters loved it! Served it with some roasted Brussels sprouts, since we always have an extra green side and some garlic bread.

  18. 4 stars
    This was delicious! Do.not.skip.the.salsa it’s literally the best part! Great way to use up those random potatoes peppers and onions with minimum effort.

  19. This looks so vibrant and delicious, Tieghan – can’t wait to try it! I always notice with your sheet pan recipes that you roast everything directly on the pan versus using parchment paper. Assuming you get better caramelization that way, but how do you ever get your pans clean afterwards? Or do you just have one basic “throw-away” pan that you use all the time for these recipes and don’t care how it looks?

    1. Hey Marcie!! Yes, better caramelization and flavor! And as far as the pan, I honestly don’t worry about how it looks. I don’t have issues cleaning my sheet pans, but I personally am OK if they have some spots. Just means they are well loved and well used! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan

  20. 5 stars
    It was excellent! Definitely a keeper. My only comment is that the prep time is over 30 min unless you’re really fast or have help.

  21. This fall I moved to Tucson and was excited to see 4 citrus trees in my new yard. Now that the trees are ripening I’ve discovered that one is a sour orange tree, loaded with fruit. I’ve been searching the internet for ways to use these oranges and have read that these are often used in Cuban and Mexican cooking. I’m trying to cut back on sugar so orange juice is out of the picture with these tart oranges because it take way to much sugar to make it palatable. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for my lovely sour oranges? Love your recipes! Delys

    1. Hi there! I think those oranges will be great in the recipe. Have you tried it yet? I am sure it’s going to be delicious! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan

  22. I’ve made this recipe 5 times! My only pieces of advice are to make sure your potatoes are fairly thinly sliced (first time I made it they were too large and the chicken was dry by the time the potatoes were done) and be careful with the jalapeño in the salsa if you are sensitive to spice (even though I seeded mine, sometimes they are just really spicy!).
    Definitely make this if you are thinking about it!

  23. I have been a huge fan of yours for the last 4 years. Every single HBH dish I’ve made is not only delicious but really makes me feel more confident in the kitchen. I had to comment on this post because I am Cuban and I grew up in Miami surrounded by all of the most delicious, authentic Cuban food. I recently moved to Texas and have been desperately missing the dishes I grew up loving.


    I can’t say I’ve had this specific dish before but all of the flavors were spot on. The cumin, citrus, avocados and bell peppers all made me smile when I saw them on the ingredient list.

    Not only was this a delicious, authentic Cuban meal but it made my house smell like my Abuela’s (Grandma’s) house,

    Thank you for all of your wonderful recipes, but especially this one. I even shared it with my family in Miami and they’re having it for dinner tonight.

    1. This is so sweet! I am so glad this recipe could bring you back to growing up and it turned out amazing, Amanda! Thank you so much! xTieghan

  24. 5 stars
    I made this tonight and I have to say when I make making it I was thinking to myself ..yikes this is a lot of different flavors. But when it was done in my
    God! Such fresh bright flavors that all meshed so well together. This is a delicious dinner !! I made the “marinade” ahead of time and let chicken soak. Very tender and juicy. 10/10 would make again !

  25. 5 stars
    I don’t leave reviews often, but after making this for the first time, my wife and I are hooked! The citrus was incredible! I used 4 boneless/skinless chicken thighs and they were incredibly moist. The veggies were to die for! I couldn’t believe the flavors that the potatoes, pepper and onions took on from the citrus. I used blood oranges in the chicken and a sumo mandarin orange in the salsa (you MUST have the salsa!). My wife said it all after she cleaned her plate in about three minutes…”This is f-ing great! Make more next time!”

  26. 5 stars
    I have seen this recipe a few times in my Facebook feed and finally decided to make it for dinner tonight. Oh my I am glad I did! The flavours were incredible and the salsa paired very well with the chicken. Thank you Tiegan for a quick and delicious recipe!

  27. 4 stars
    I made this this week and it tasted great, but almost ruined my sheet pan and silicone mat. Is there a good way to protect the pan? And what do you use to clean your pans?

    I love your site, and cookbook. Keep up the good work!

    1. Hi Rachel, what kind of sheet pan are you using? I am so sorry your pan was ruined!! I don’t usually have any issues at all. I just rinse my pans under water. Please let me know if you have any other questions. So glad you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  28. Made this for a family dinner and everyone loved it, I used chix thighsband they were so tender and juicy. The salsa was so yummy I should have doubled it. Definitely,making this again.

  29. Are there any additional side dishes you’d recommend to round out a complete dinner with this recipe as the main dish? A bread? And, how about a dessert recommendation?

  30. 5 stars
    Oh. My. God. This was the most delicious meal! Everyone in my family loved it and there were no leftovers, which made me a bit sad. The flavors are so vibrant and delicious. We will make this again and again. Thank you!

    1. Hey Zoe! Bone in chicken will take much longer to cook. I would tack on 15-20 minutes, but I do think it will work great! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  31. 5 stars
    Hi Tieghan, yeah, made this for supper tonight. It was delish.I definitely will be adding this to the rotation. My husband and I both loved it. Thank you. Love the sheet pan recipes!!! Keep up the great work and don’t doubt yourself. You are so gifted and talented. I am thankful to have found you.

    1. I am so thankful that you found my site as well! And I am so glad you and your husband loved this recipe! Thank you Becky!

  32. I made this tonight and ultimately it was delicious! However when I checked on the potoates half way, the chicken was totally done. I had to remove it from the oven and put the potatoes on a separate baking sheet back in the oven bc they were just drowning in juice and not roasting. After those adjustments and 40 min for the potatoes, everything was delicious!

  33. 5 stars
    This was delicious, easy, and really affordable for me to make! My boyfriend is happy, my stomach is full, and I’ll absolutely be making this again. Thank you!

  34. I made this last night. I marinated it over night and baked it when got home. I am not a cook but I need to try some new recipes. This is the first one I tried from your website. I was concerned about using all the fruit because my husband isn’t into sweet foods but the flavors all cooked together. It was delicious! I am telling all my friends about it! I can’t wait to try another Sheet Pan recipe!

  35. 5 stars
    This one one of my most favorite things I’ve ever eaten! It was so easy to put together and just delicious. ❤️

  36. 4 stars
    I guess it goes with out saying, but to be sure, “1 orange, diced” is actually “1 orange, peeled and diced”. Correct?

    1. Hi Matt! I use a full sheet pan. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! xTieghan

  37. 5 stars
    This was declared a winner by my family. Thank you for posting a simple and healthy recipe that is loaded with flavor.

  38. 5 stars
    I made this one night for dinner and my husband said it was one of the best meals I’ve ever made, and my husband really likes everything. I love it not only because it’s delicious but so easy to make – I love the one sheet-pan! We could eat this easily every week for dinner. For two people it also makes enough for leftovers. Thanks so much for the amazing recipe!!

  39. I quite like reading a post that can make people think.
    Also, thank you for permitting me to comment!

  40. I love all you did with the oranges here! It’s really something what a bit of orange can do. It’s refreshing and adds balance to uber tart citrus like lemon and lime. My dad’s girlfriend has a blood orange tree. I cut them into wedges, minus the membranes, for an incredible salad. Last week I made a lemon icebox pie, like condensed milk-based key lime pie, using lemon juice instead of lime. I had fresh oranges whose color was so gorgeous, I simply had to squeeze it! The orange juice truly took the pie to the next level. It helped balanced the richness of the milk and ultra-tartness of the lemon. Wow!

  41. 5 stars
    This is one of those dishes you can’t seem to stop eating! Very simple, bright and fragrant dish that I will be making again very soon!

  42. 5 stars
    Finally decided to leave a comment, as I’ve already lost count of the number of times we’ve made this! I’ve done it with wild caught salmon for a dinner party, too (the only dinner party I’ve ever actually thrown…but this recipe was worthy of it!). We sub clementines for the zest and orange, as we always have them on hand. I’ve used dried oregano but fresh is far superior; we’re planting it in the sqaure foot garden this year with this recipe in mind. Good with or without the avocado salsa!

    1. Thank you so much Kirsten! I am so glad you love this recipe and it turned out amazing for you dinner party!

  43. Hi Tieghan,
    Despite loving most foods, over the years I have developed a pit/stone fruit allergy. This means that even though we would love to try your Citrus Avocado Salsa, we can’t without my face swelling up. What other types of salsa would you suggest?
    Smile Often

  44. I am horrible with a knife (prep took me a LONG time and a finger injury ), but the taste was absolutely worth it ! Only thing I left out was the jalapeno (open wound !), but can’t imagine how it could have been better. And though not as gorgeous as the recipe picture, still was colorful and amazing looking. Thank you so much for this recipe!

    1. I am so glad you liked this recipe Kristin! I hope your finger is okay and not too badly injured! Thank you!

  45. This was delicious ! Loved. Thank you. Now, I made several modifications but it was still tasty. I use veggies I had on hand: Brussels sprouts, asparagus, red potatoes. For the marinade I used dried oregano because my plant died or is hibernating. Lol. And I didn’t have all the ingredients for the salsa so I served with sliced avocado. And a side of just cooked pink beans. I have extra marinade so I plan on making this again soon. Everyone should try this. It’s easy and tasty. Thank you again!

  46. 5 stars
    I am always on the lookout for 1 pan or sheet pan dinners as I love short prep times and less dishes to clean on weeknights. That being said…….YUMMY!!! Absolutely loved it. I was a little befuddled at the thought of the salsa on it…..but SO happy I made it as it really finished it off wonderfully!!!! I have already shared the recipe with friends and I will come back to your site again now that I know you are here. 5 star for sure in my book! Prep time takes a bit but oh so worth it!

  47. 5 stars
    5 Stars!!!! Followed the recipe EXACTLY, without any changes and it was absolutely delicious ! This is certainly a “keeper” and we will make it again in the near future. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
    M & L

  48. 5 stars
    This recipe for the Cuban Chicken popped up in one of my games.I read the recipe and showed it to my son and daughter in law.We decided to make it today.It was absolutely incredible.All the different flavors blended in perfectly.Cant wait to try another !!

  49. 5 stars
    Just made this tonight – delicious!! I used a large turkey roasting pan and it wasn’t big enough to have a single layer, so some of the veggies didn’t get crispy. I’ll have to try with a larger flat pan because the crispy ones were better. I followed the recipe exactly except for substituting red pepper flakes for Cayenne, it was great!! You MUST MAKE THE SALSA!! SO GOOD!! Thanks for this recipe, I’ll definitely be making again!

    1. Also, i used navel oranges so it wasn’t as pretty as yours- I should’ve read the full post and would’ve tried with other ones but it was still great with the navels!

  50. 3 stars
    The recipe is good but you really should not call it Cuban. Have you actually been to Cuba? Cuban food is not spicy at all. If you like spicy/hot food, you would have to ask for a hot sauce to add to you plate at a Cuban restaurant. In Havana, they now carry hot sauce for tourists but outside Havana it is impossible to get any hot sauce at the restaurant. When tourists express their surprise to Cubans as to how non-spicy their food is, Cuban proudly state that their food is more like Spanish food and not at all like Mexican. They take offense when their food is being compared to Mexican.

    1. Hey Kara, thank you so much for the feedback. I have not been to Cuba, but I like spicy food, which is why I included it in the recipe. Very happy you enjoyed this! Thanks again!

  51. 5 stars
    I made this for dinner a few nights ago and my family loved it so much we had it again last night! I served it with some coconut rice and it was perfect! We had to use sweet potato last night because we were out of regular and it still was really good!

  52. I have a package of quartered, bone-in chicken pieces defrosting. Will this recipe work with that? I’d imagine it would affect the time it’s in the oven…Looks delicious!

    1. Sure that will be great! You might need to cook the chicken a little longer to ensure it is cooked, maybe 10-15 minutes or so. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂

  53. 4 stars
    I made this with chicken breasts and it was delicious! I ended up taking the chicken out when it was done and roasting the vegetables for an extra 10 min. They didn’t quite get roasted like yours looks but I would try this again – maybe with two sheet pans. Mine was kind of crowded and I think that could be why the vegetables weren’t as browned. Also, I did spend more than 15 min prep

  54. You saying this is to the next level, is an understatement LOL! This has got to be one of my favorite new dishes. Serious flavor explosion. I can’t believe what a wow factor the citrus gives. The citrus slices are amazing roasted. Super easy to make, Super flavor & huge WOW factor.
    Me & the kids loved this dish!
    Thank you!

  55. 4 stars
    This was a really good recipe! First, I would eat almost anything topped with that salsa. As for the bake, I marinaded the chicken in advance and it was delicious! Next time I might reduce the potatoes to only one. I found the quantity to be unnecessary.

  56. This dish looks delish! My grandmother was cuban so I can really appreciate this yummy flavor profile. And who doesn’t love one pan cooking?

  57. 4 stars
    This was easy to make, different, and well liked by my family. Who cold ask for anything more? Thanks for a good recipe!

  58. Delicious but not as pretty. I think I needed to roast a bit more to get the caramalization you achieved here. Falvors explosive, though!

  59. Made this tonight it was a FABULOUS dinner. Glad I checked it after 30 minutes it was done. ( convection oven on roast)

  60. 5 stars
    Recipes easy to read and make
    Ingredients also can find any market or research can used with steak chicken or turkey or seafoods

  61. cubans don’t eat salsa. cubans don’t eat avocados like this. this is offensive. as are all of your white washed latino dishes.

    1. Well, this Cuban eats avocados and salsa! If her recipes are so “white washed” maybe you should spend your time browsing elsewhere. No one’s forcing you to make her recipes.

    2. Thank you for the feedback, but I have done a lot research on cuban flavors and the ingredients used within this recipe are cuban. Thank you again for the feedback.

  62. So happy to see another sheet pan recipe! I made your Greek chicken one last week and my husband was all about it. And you truly cannot beat being able to walk away and chill while dinner is in the oven! Excited for more too!

  63. Sounds like such a flavorful dish Tieghan! Nothing beats a sheet pan dinner for those busy nights!

    1. Thank you for the feedback, but I have done a lot research on cuban flavors and the ingredients used within this recipe are cuban. Thank you again for the feedback.

  64. Sounds great and look forward to trying this out! For the “2 tablespoons orange zest + orange juice”, do you mean that I should use all the zest from one orange then use 2 tbsp of its juice? Or are you saying 2 tbsp of zest + 2 tbsp of oj? Thanks!

    1. I use 2 tablespoon of zest and then I use the juice from that orange. does that make sense? Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂

  65. I made the greek sheet pan chicken on monday and it was so good! I’m looking forward to trying this one and future sheet pan recipes! Thanks!