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Rach mixes up the sweet & spicy Korean sauce in a plastic bag and bakes everything together on a foil-lined sheet pan for a supper that's SO easy—and comes with an easy clean up. She recommends serving it with white rice.
She uses gochujang (a sweet-spicy fermented chili paste/sauce) in this recipe, which you can find in a tub, jar or squeeze bottle in the international aisle or order online. (Rach likes Bibigo Gochujang.)
Rach's Note to Cooks: Feel free to swap in other veggies here—you can use broccoli/broccolini or Chinese broccoli, large carrots cut on bias, or large cubes of butternut squash (2 to 3 pounds in total weight).
For more incredibly easy sheet pan recipes, try Rach's Greek Sheet Pan Chicken — which was one of our most popular recipes of 2020. For more sheet pan dinner recipes from this episode, check out Gail Simmons' Moroccan-Style Chicken with Apricots, Olives & Lemons and Ronnie Woo's Teriyaki Salmon With Baby Bok Choy.
Toss sauce ingredients in a large plastic food storage bag and line a sheet pan with foil. Preheat oven to 425˚F with rack at center.
Stir up dressing in small bowl for radishes and scallions.
Add vegetables to bag of sauce and toss, then remove, shaking all excess sauce back into bag, and add to pan. Season chicken with salt and pepper, add to bag and let it coat in the rest of sauce and arrange on the sheet pan and scatter the vegetables among the meat.
Place in oven and roast 40 to 50 minutes until juices run clear and vegetables brown at edges.
Meanwhile, toss the radishes and scallions with dressing and season with a little salt.
Top sheet pan with radishes, sesame seeds and pickled hot vegetables or peppers and serve with white rice.