This teriyaki-style sheet pan meal is super easy and the kids love it! Pineapple, peppers and crispy fish with a teriyaki sauce, served over rice. Dinner done in 20 minutes!
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STILL NO SNOW! I just had to get that out of the way. Please don’t get sick of me – I will be saying this in every post until it actually snows. But YAY for this beautiful weather. OK…moving on!
It’s no secret I love (and need) quick and easy dinners! 30 minutes and under, please. Every now and then – usually the weekends – I take a bit more time to enjoy cooking and creating something really delicious. I love doing this! But the weekdays are always a little crazy and I like things to be quick!
I’ve done a few posts for Highliner Canada previously, and I always love working with them because I REALLY like their products. They’re delicious, and the kids always eat it too. It’s a great way to get fish into their weekly meal rotation! One of our favorites is using the flavored fish fillets to turn into fish tacos! So good!
This teriyaki-style sheet pan meal is another great one that we all love – and Wally loves helping me with it 😉
What do you need for this sheet pan meal?
Only a few simple ingredients, and dinner is yours!
For this teriyaki-style sheet pan meal, you’ll need:
- 1 box of High Liner English Style Fillets
- broccoli florets
- red bell pepper
- fresh pineapple
- teriyaki sauce
- olive oil
- rice (for serving)
You can swap out the broccoli and red pepper for other veggies, if you wish! You just want to choose something that will be roasted in the same amount of time, so think thinly sliced sweet potatoes or cauliflower florets.
How long does it take to make this sheet pan meal?
20 minutes!! Isn’t that great!? So quick. Just place everything on the pan, in an even layer. Roast it in the oven at 450 F for 22 minutes, flipping the fish once.
When I flip the fish I give everything else a little stir too.
Once the meal is done cooking, take it out and pour teriyaki sauce all over it! Serve it up with some rice, couscous or just eat it on its own.
Can you use store-bought teriyaki sauce for this meal?
Yes, absolutely! I actually always make my own because it’s super easy, and you could even whip it up while the sheet pan is in the oven, but feel free to use a store-bought sauce too. Sooo easy!
How long do leftovers keep?
If you have any leftovers, you can store them in an airtight container, in the fridge for 1-2 days. I recommend putting the fish under a broiler for a bit versus microwaving it, to keep it nice and crispy!
Give this super easy 20 minute meal a chance soon!
Some of my other favorite easy meals:Print
Teriyaki-Style Sheet Pan Meal
- Total Time: 30 minutes
- Yield: 2-3 servings 1x
This teriyaki-style sheet pan meal is super easy and the kids love it! Pineapple, peppers and crispy fish with a teriyaki sauce, served over rice.
- 1 box High Liner English Style Fillets
- 1 large red bell pepper, diced into large chunks
- 2 cups broccoli florets
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 2 cups fresh pineapple, diced into large chunks
- ¼ cup teriyaki sauce
- rice, for serving
- Preheat the oven to 450 F and spray a large sheet pan with nonstick cooking spray.
- Toss the bell pepper and broccoli with the olive oil then spread them out on the baking pan. Add the pineapple and the entire box of English Style Fillets in an even layer on the sheet.
- Bake for 22 minutes, turning the fish halfway through and giving the other ingredients a quick stir. Remove from the oven, then drizzle everything with teriyaki sauce. Serve immediately over rice, if desired.
Leftovers will keep in the fridge for 1-2 days, in an airtight container.
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 20 minutes
- Category: dinner
- Method: sheet pan
Keywords: sheet pan meals
When weeknights are hectic, there’s nothing better than being able to put together a quick and delicious meal like this with minimal stress. I’ll have to pick up some of those fish fillets and give this a try soon because I can’t resist teriyaki sauce and pineapple either!
YES I totally agree, Leanne!! I love the combo of teriyaki and pineapple. Pineapple in savory is one of my faves! Thanks pal!
It looks delicious, colorful, and of course healthy food. But I’ve never serve rice with sweet fruits. We also use rice with a savory dish. I like this recipe when using only Teriyaki-Style Sheet Pan Meal.
Still no snowing in Alberta? Shocking! What is going on? But, well, as long as you are happy with the weather and lack of snow, I am happy too. After all, snow definitely needs to be around Christmas, all other times of the year we can survive without it 🙂 Anyway, this teriyaki-style sheet pan meal looks and sounds great – I certainly love the addition of pineapples.
I think you may have jinxed us Ben! We got our first bit of snow today but it didn’t stay on the ground. I see more in the forecast though!! But I agree, only snow for Christmas. Thanks my friend and Happy Thanksgiving!
That sheet pan meal sounds amazing! I am all for anything with that Japanese teriyaki sauce please!
Thanks Christie! I sure love sheet pan meals.
I am always in the mood for a good sheet pan meal, and this certainly fits the bill! Gosh your kids are sooo cute!!
Aw thank you my friend!!! They are cuties, I love being able to include them in some photos!! 🙂
I’m a fan of teriyaki, Katherine and I love how easy this is to pull together! Pineapple + teriyaki is sooooo mouthwatering 😀 You and your son together are so sweet!
It is so good together isn’t it!? Tropical and delicious! Thank you Traci!!
I do not make enough sheet pan dinners! Thanks for the nudge as this teriyaki dinner sounds scrumptious!!
They’re just so simple and versatile! Thanks Liz – you’ll love this one if you try it!
Katherine, I’m always in need of a quick and easy dinner. My kids would love this!
It is certainly a quick and easy dinner, that’s for sure! Thanks Kelly!
Thank goodness for beautiful weather and for this easy sheet pan meal Katherine! I can never have enough in my arsenal for those busy weeknights! Thanks!
I know what you mean about beautiful weather, Mary Ann! I always like having easy options!
Always in for healthy and quick week dinner !
Me too!! 🙂
You know me, Katherine! Im always ready for a sheet-pan meal! And snow or no snow, ’tis the season! Sheet pans many days of the week in my house! Thanks for the quick and easy recipe!
We love sheet pan meals too Laura! It makes my life so much easier – and yours too it sounds like! Thank you!!