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Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash

This Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash is a delightful blend of colorful veggies and beans spiced with cayenne and Ras el Hanout. It is an easy and tasty meal that is ready in less than 40 minutes.

ras el hanout sheet pan dinner

This Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash is one tasty meal. And, it is so easy to make.

Simply prep veggies you may have lying around.
Drain and rinse some canned beans.
Toss them all in a super easy extra virgin olive oil and spice blend.
Then spread the spiced veggies and beans on a baking tray.
Pop that tray in the oven and go catch up on the latest series you might be binging on for the next 30 minutes or so.
Then 30 minutes later, you have a tasty and nutritious meal on your plate!

Ingredients to make sheet pan veggies and orangetti squash laid out on a gray table.

The exact ingredients I used in this Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash are:

  • Orangetti spaghetti squash.
    I came across orangetti spaghetti squash on a recent trip to Sprouts. It is a variety of spaghetti squash. Only, it is slightly smaller. It’s exterior is orange and it’s flesh is bright yellow. Though, Google informed me that there are some varieties that have a bright orange flesh as well. As far as taste goes, orangetti spaghetti squash is ever so slightly different to it’s counterpart. It is slightly more sweeter and nuttier. If you cannot find orangetti spaghetti squash, then you can very easily use spaghetti squash as well. However, as spaghetti squash is larger, then it will need to be baked longer. Whenever I have prepared spaghetti squash, I usually bake it for 40 minutes.
delicate delicious orangetti squash
  • Onion.
    I used one red onion and 1 yellow onion just for color. However, if you have 2 red onions on hand or 2 yellow onions on hand, please feel free to use those instead.
  • Purple Sweet Potato.
    I found one purple sweet potato in the bacl of my pantry. I am assuming it was leftover after I made these Purple Sweet Potato Fritters. So, I decided to use it. After peeling it and chopping it up, it added some gorgeous color to this sheet pan meal. However, you can easily substitute regular sweet potato or even a baking potato
Preparing veggies and orangetti squas to bake
  • Cannellini beans.
    Like the purple sweet potato, these cannelini beans were used in this recipe because they were just what I had on hand. In other sheet pan meals I have used pinto beans as well as kidney beans. So, please feel free to use your favorite canned bean. Just make sure to drain it and rinse it well.
  • Red bell pepper.
    Another ingredient that made it onto this tray as I was trying to cook off what I had on hand. You can use green bell peppers or yellow ones. Or, you can even leave them out, if you prefer. I love their taste and crunch and opted to use the last one I had.
  • Cayenne pepper powder.
    I love adding the smoky, spicy spin cayenne pepper powder lends to dishes. It is very often my go to when I want to add some spice to my meals.
  • Ras el hanout.
    Ras el hanout is one of my favorite spice blends to use. It started off as a combination of the best spices in a shop. Each brand and blend of ras el hanout can differ greatly from each other. I have been using New York Shuk’s Ras el Hanout which is a combination of coriander seeds, ginger, clove, black cardamom, turmeric, other spices & sunflower oil.
  • Extra virgin olive oil.
    I like using EVOO in most of my sheet pan roasted veggies. But, you can also use coconut oil or any other oil you prefer.
  • Lemon.
    I used a little splash of lemon to add a little zing to this meal. It is oprional and you do not have to use it if you rather not.
  • Parsley.
    I used fresh parsley as a garnish for this. It can be substituted with cilantro or even dried parsley or left out compeltely.
coating veggies with ras el hanout cayenne mixture

A Few TipsWhen Making This Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash:

  • Cut veggies like the sweet potaoes into bite sized pieces ~ or smaller.
    Not only does this make it easier to eat, but this helps the veggies cook quicker too.
coating bell pepper with ras el hanout cayenne mixture
  • Add Veggies Onto The Sheet Pan In Layers.
    By that, I mean all veggies need different times to bake. For example, potatoes will take longer than bell peppers. So I hold off on adding the red bell peppers until the last ten minutes of baking.
Spicy delicious sheet pan veggie and orangetti squash
  • Coat The Veggies And Beans Well.
    I like to mix the spices I am using with the EVOO. Then I add this on top of the veggies that are to be about to be baked and toss until the spiced oil mixture is evenly distributed all over.
Easy Vegetarian sheet pan dinner recipe with orangetti squash

I enjoyed this delicious veggie-packed sheet pan meal immensely, and I am hoping you and your family will too. It was so easy to make, I managed to keep watching Season 3 of You without pausing it – that was until it was time to fix me seconds of this.

By the way, I stored leftovers of this in an airtight container in my fridge. It lasted for about 3 days, and tasted even better on day 3!

Looking for more veggie-packed dinner recipes and sides?
Then check out these Quinoa Lentil & Black Bean Stuffed Peppers, this Kale Red Pepper Stir Fry, and this Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie.

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Easy Vegetarian sheet pan dinner recipe with orangetti squash

Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash

4.88 from 8 votes
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 2 -3 servings
Author: Shashi
This Vegetarian Sheet Pan Dinner Recipe With Orangetti Squash is a delightful blend of colorful veggies and beans spiced with cayenne and Ras el Hanout. It is an easy and tasty meal that is ready in less than 40 minutes.


  • 1 yellow onion
  • 1 red onion
  • 1 purple sweet potato
  • 1 can cannellini beans
  • 2 tsp cayenne pepper powder
  • 3 tsp ras el hanout
  • 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 orangetti spaghetti squash
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 2 tbsp fresh parsley for garnish
  • Salt pepper


  • Mix extra virgin olive oil and cayenne and ras el hanout.
  • Cut the orangetti spaghetti squash and scoop out all the seeds.
  • Then, brush oil and spice mixture onto orangetti squash.
  • Line a sheet pan with aluminum foil and place the orangetti squash, cut side down, in the center of it.
  • Peel and chop onions and purple sweet potato.
  • Drain and rinse the beans.
  • Place the onions, purple sweet potato, and beans in a large bowl.
  • Toss them with oil and spice mix
  • Leave some of the oil to toss the bell pepper with.
  • Cut the bell pepper and add it into the bowl with the leftover oil and toss it so it is coated well.
  • Spread the potatoes, onions, beans onto the sheet pan, around the orangetti squash.
  • Place sheet pan in the oven heated to 400 degrees for 20 minutes 
  • At 20 minutes, add the bell pepper to the sheet pan in the oven and bake for 10 more minutes 
  • Remove from oven.
  • Squeeze half a lemon over the baked veggies and beans.
  • Season with salt pepper and sprinkle parsley over the sheet pan and enjoy! 


Serving: 1g | Calories: 540kcal | Carbohydrates: 34g | Protein: 22g | Fat: 24g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 20g | Sodium: 345mg | Fiber: 23g | Sugar: 18g
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  2. Neil says:

    Wow Shashi, this is such a beautiful and colourful blend of veggies. It looks so vibrant and delicious! I love sheet pan dinners because they’re so easy to make. This one is going on this list!

  3. Ben @ Havocinthekitchen says:

    Your photos are always so bright and colourful, and you know I like it. Positive vibes overload 🙂 needless to say, this looks utterly delicious – great flavour and texture profile!

  4. Mindee Taylor says:

    I ended up with an extra spaghetti squash and wasn’t sure what we were going to do with it. This recipe was perfect! Everyone love it!

  5. Jessica Stroup says:

    Beautiful and delicious! The whole family loved this one!

  6. Kristen says:

    I made this last night for the family and everyone really liked it. Nice to have a vegetarian option for dinner sometimes. Will make it again.

  7. Gina says:

    Easy, healthy and delicious – love a good sheet pan meal like this!

  8. GINA says:

    I need to find this squash! The smaller size is highly appealing because I always feel like I’m going to slice a finger cutting into a spaghetti squash. Great simple meal to use it in too!

  9. Aimee Mars says:

    What a beautiful assortment of vegetable colors! This is the perfect complete vegetarian dinner too. I’ll be full all night long after eating this! I can’t wait to make it.

  10. David @ Spiced says:

    What a colorful and fun dinner idea…especially for autumn! I don’t think I’ve ever come across Orangetti Squash, but now I’m going to be on the lookout. Or you could just send your drone up… 🙂

  11. Carrie Robinson says:

    Look at all those tasty, roasted veggies! This looks amazing. 🙂