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Old Bay Shrimp and Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner

Seasoned with Old Bay, this asparagus, shrimp and sausage sheet pan dinner couldn’t be easier. Served with a lemon aioli, it’s the kind of meal that just might find its way into your weekly rotation!


Shrimp And Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner with asparagus and lemon

Chicken Sausage, Shrimp and Asparagus, Oh My!

Hearty chicken sausage, fresh, juicy shrimp and asparagus make for a perfect sheet pan dinner. For seasonings, we kept our focus on the shrimp element and picked Old Bay as our trusty seasoning for the whole thing. And guess what? It’s as delicious on asparagus and sausage as it is on shrimp! To tie the whole meal together, you’ll whip up a super quick lemon aioli to serve on the side. In no time at all, you’ll be gathered around this feast of a sheet pan dinner, dipping shrimp and asparagus bites into that luscious, creamy, garlicky aioli.

Shrimp and sausage sheet pan dinner with asparagus, shallots and lemon

What Is a Sheet Pan Dinner?

Sheet pan dinners are our weeknight life-raft. They're quick, easy, and often on the healthy side. They're like one-pot meals, but instead of being cooked on the stove, all of the ingredients are nestled together on one sheet pan and baked in the oven. Prep is usually really basic and clean up is every easier. We make a LOT of sheet pan dinners (oh hello sheet pan fajitas! hey there sheet pan salmon! how's it going sheet pan meatloaf!?) and we're still not tired of them. But this shrimp-and-sausage sheet pan recipe was one of the first we tried and it's still a fave. Give it a go!

Everything You’ll Need to Make This Sausage and Shrimp Sheet Pan Recipe

Light, summery and even kinda-sorta healthy, this sheet pan dinner recipe is a go-to for us! Especially in the warm months, it’s always on rotation. Here’s everything you’ll need to make it:

  • Large shrimp

  • Chicken sausage

  • Asparagus

  • Shallots

  • Olive oil

  • Salt

  • Old Bay seasoning

  • Lemon

  • Pepper

egg and olive oil in a mason jar for homemade aioli
homemade aioli on a spoon

And About That Bright, Garlicky Lemon Aioli

Aioli was born in the sunny south of France, of some of that region’s most iconic ingredients—olive oil, garlic and lemon. At once sharp, bright, rich and creamy, aioli is a super star that transforms finger food into a feast. There’s even a classic Provençal meal known as ‘le grand aioli’ (or sometimes “aïoli monstre”, which honestly is an even better name) that’s not terribly unlike this very sausage and shrimp sheet pan dinner. A grand aioli is simply a bunch of lightly prepped (usually blanched) chilled veggies, seafood (often shrimp) and hard-cooked eggs, served on a platter with a big bowl of aioli for dipping—in other words, exactly the kind of meal you want when it’s too hot to eat but you still need dinner (or at least something to soak up all that rosé). Plus, aioli is actually very easy to make! Simply use an immersion blender to emulsify:

  • Olive oil

  • A whole egg

  • Fresh garlic

  • Lemon juice and zest

  • A pinch of salt

Shrimp And Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner with asparagus and lemon

How To Make This Easy, Quick Sheet Pan Dinner

You can use already-cooked chicken sausage, or just give your sausage a quick cook in a skillet before slicing it up and using it in this sheet pan recipe. Grab yourself about 20 minutes, and let’s make a really good dinner!

  1. Toss asparagus and shallots with olive oil and salt.

  2. Scatter them on a sheet pan with the chicken sausage, and roast for ten minutes.

  3. Add the shrimp to the pan, and season everything with Old Bay, a little salt and pepper. Keep roasting!

  4. While the sheet pan dinner bakes, make the aioli.

  5. When the shrimp is cooked through—about 7 minutes later—pull the pan out and dig in!

Shrimp And Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner with asparagus and lemon

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Shrimp And Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner with asparagus and lemon aioli

Never Enough Sheet Pan Dinners

This is honestly how we feel. We’re constantly dreaming up more ways to put our sheet pan to work—sheet pan meals feel like such wonderful weeknight dinner magic, and we just know we haven’t even begun to scrape the surface of this wonderful way of cooking. When you make this easy shrimp sheet pan recipe, let us know how you like it, OK? Share a photo and tag us on Instagram using @themodernproper and #themodernproper so that we can see your stuff! Happy eating!

Old Bay Shrimp and Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner

  • Serves: 6
  • Prep Time:  15 min
  • Cook Time:  18 min
  • Calories: 596


  • 1 lb large, raw, shrimp, peeled, deveined, tail on
  • 1 lb chicken sausage, fully cooked
  • 1 lb asparagus, trimmed and cut into 3" pieces
  • 2 medium shallots, sliced into wedges
  • 1 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp Old Bay Seasoning
  • 1 lemon
  • pepper, to taste

Lemon Garlic Aioli

  • 1 cup neutral oil (such as avocado or vegetable)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 garlic clove, smashed
  • zest of one lemon
  • 1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice, from 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp salt


  1. To make the aioli, add the oil, egg, garlic, lemon juice and zest and salt to a mason jar. Place hand blender (also known as an immersion blender) at the bottom of the jar and turn it on. In a few seconds you will see the aioli start to form at the bottom. It will quickly begin to emulsify and become thick. Hold the blender at the bottom of the jar for the first few seconds until the oil has been incorporated, then move the blender up slowly until fully combined!
  2. Heat oven to 400°F.
  3. In a large bowl toss asparagus and shallots in olive oil with 1/2 teaspoon salt and spread on baking sheet along with sausage. Place on center rack and roast for 10 minutes.
  4. Remove pan from oven and add shrimp. Season entire sheet pan with remaining salt, freshly ground pepper, old bay seasoning and squeeze the lemon over the top. Gently toss all ingredients on the pan and roast for an additional 6-7 minutes or until sausage is warmed through and shrimp is pink. Serve warm with the aioli. Enjoy!

Nutrition Info

  • Per Serving
  • Amount
  • Calories596
  • Protein24 g
  • Carbohydrates13 g
  • Total Fat51 g
  • Dietary Fiber3 g
  • Cholesterol212 mg
  • sodium1966 mg
  • Total Sugars6 g

Old Bay Shrimp and Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner

Questions & Reviews

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  • Erin

    I bought cooked shrimp, how long should I bake cooked shrimp?

    The shrimp probably only needs 5 minutes in that case. Hope you enjoy!

  • Maria de Vries

    I love all of your recipes! And this one is so easy and delicious! I was so impressed with myself for making a nice, creamy aioli :) however, it came out bitter. I did use a GIANT clove of garlic. Could that have been the culprit?

    What kind of oil did you use? If you used extra virgin olive oil it will come out more bitter you need to use neutral oil or extra light tasting olive oil.

  • Sue

    Your chicken sausage looks better than mine. What brand did you use?


  • Julie Eutsler

    I don't have an immersion blender, food processor or regular blender. Is there another way to make the Aoli??



    You can use a whisk it will just take more time and lot of hand energy! Good luck Julie!

  • linda whitewater

    what is the oven temp?

    400 degrees. Hope you enjoy Linda!

  • Grace Drinkwater

    I made this for myself on a weeknight and it was great. Super easy and a great (yet simple) flavor combination that I wouldn't have put together on my own. Love your blog and love trying all of your different recipes; the chicken provencal recipe that you have was the first I tried and I've made it several times over the last few months!

    Thanks so much Grace! We are so happy that you are enjoying our recipes!

  • Gloria Liao

    The meal was an easy one to make, I didn’t get shallots so used onions instead. I loved the aioli but it was a bit on the salty side (tasted ok when eating with the meats and ok for me as a person eating keto). Next time I will half the salt on it but other than that, delicious!

    Thanks Gloria, we are so glad you enjoyed this meal!

  • Julie Bayer

    We loved the taste and the ease of this dish. Definitely cook for sausage in a pan first before adding it to the asparagus and putting into the stove and you will love it. We did! Nicest thing is it is all done at once and it has great flavor!

    Glad you liked it Julie! We love the ease of this meal too!

  • Jason

    Prepared this today and it turned out amazing. Added yellow squash and bella mushrooms. The aioli is excellent. Delicious dish

  • Brandi Mullins

    I'm not big on asparagus, so I replaced that with potatoes and carrots. It worked amazingly, though I should have let the pre-bake with the shallots, carrots and potatoes go 20 minutes instead of 10. I used the Aidell's chicken apple sausage and roasted garlic and gruyere chicken sausage. My mom loved it and it definitely entered the Clean Plate Club for both of us, with leftovers. I think I went too heavy on the Old Bay though. Definitely had to take some tums afterwards! lol