A quick and healthy sheet pan meal that’s great for lunch or dinner! This Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Shrimp Sheet Pan Meal is perfect served as is, or spoon it over rice, cauliflower rice or mashed potatoes.
This post and recipe is sponsored by Michigan Asparagus. I was compensated for my time but all words and opinions are 100% mine.
Sheet pan meals are pretty high on my LOVE list and I have quite a few sheet pan meal recipes that are in constant rotation for meal planning around here.
I’ve been working on sharing some of those with y’all and I’ll be sharing even more over the summer. Sheet pan meals are probably my favorite way to use fresh vegetables that we pick up every week.
You might have seen a teaser of this recipe on my Instagram a while back, it’s finally time to share the recipe with y’all!
I love coming up with new recipes for y’all.
I have a goal to use fresh ingredients during the summer too.
A few weeks ago, I posted a fantastic Asparagus Kielbasa Bow Tie Pasta recipe that I made while I was working with a huge box of fresh asparagus that Michigan Asparagus sent over!
This recipe is the second recipe that I created using the asparagus that Michigan Asparagus sent to me.
We love asparagus because it’s so great in so many of the recipes we make during the spring and summer, but we also love it because it’s a good source of potassium, fiber and vitamin B6!
Sheet Pan Meals are great for 2 reasons.
#1 – They are quick and simple to put together.
#2. – There are all kinds of combinations that you can use to create one.
For this sheet pan meal I went with asparagus, mushrooms and shrimp.
I could probably eat these three ingredients every day because I love them so much, so I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to combine all of them together for this new sheet pan meal for my recipe box.
A few tests runs meant that I got to enjoy this tasty meal over and over just to make sure everything was working perfectly together.
For this recipe, I used large shrimp and my bags of shrimp that I tested this recipe with contained between 23-26 large shrimp per bag.
The large sized shrimp that I used were the “31-40 count” large shrimp – this means that there somewhere between 31-40 shrimp per pound in this size and this information should be on the very front of your shrimp package.
Also, I removed the tails when I peeled them for this recipe but you can leave the tails on when you’re peeling them for a “fancy look”.
Just remember that the tails need to be removed before you eat the shrimp. 🙂
I’ve got the whole recipe for y’all below, but here is a quick little overview of the recipe.
You’re going to snap the asparagus into parts (and toss the tough ends), slice up some lovely mushrooms and toss them together onto a sheet pan with a bit of seasonings and olive oil.
You’re going to roast the asparagus and mushrooms first.
Then you’re going to toss on some marinated shrimp, a few lemon slices and a bit of lemon juice before popping the sheet pan meal back into the oven just long enough for the shrimp to cook up, which is about 5-6 minutes.
I used Old Bay and garlic powder to season up the shrimp in this recipe.
I wanted to note that this was tested with both 1 tablespoon of Old Bay and 1/2 a tablespoon of Old Bay.
Now we loved the versions that were made with 1 tablespoon of Old Bay but I also felt like most people would probably prefer the version that was made with 1/2 tablespoon.
My husband loves Old Bay so we use it a lot, which is probably why we loved the version that had more.
I’ll leave that decision up to you
I also love adding a few lemon slices to this sheet pan meal and the nice big squeeze of lemon juice right before the 2nd roast just to brighten the flavor up a tad!
To serve this, you can either serve it as is OR you could serve it over one of the follow options:
- Cauliflower Rice (Pictured Below)
- Mashed Potaoes
- Orzo Pasta
- Make sure your shrimp is defrosted before starting this recipe if using frozen shrimp
- Peel and devein the shrimp if it hasn’t already been done for you at the market
- Start the shrimp part of the recipe first so that it can soak in the olive oil and spices while you work on everything else
- Don’t add everything to the sheet pan at once. The asparagus and mushrooms need to cook longer that the shrimp.
- This recipe is great as is, but it’s also wonderful over rice, cauliflower rice or mashed potatoes.
Roasted Asparagus Mushroom Shrimp Sheet Pan Meal
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