Friday, October 14, 2016

Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner

This picture of 
has been floating all over the internet.
I saw it on Facebook...It sounded super simple and looked so yummy,
I was dying to give it a try.
It's suppose to be a one pan meal, chicken and potatoes, 
and in my house, thats a food group.

I had all the ingredients on hand except fresh thyme, so I used dried thyme and that seemed fine.

Mix the pictured ingredients together for the marinate, the recipe is here,

with 4 chicken thighs, I used bone in.
Marinate 1 hour.

Sear thighs...
then you are suppose to have enough room in the pan for the potatoes, but I didn't think I would,

I transferred the thighs to a roasting pan,

sautéed the potatoes for about five minutes in the same pan with the marinate,

then transferred them to the roasting pan.

After 20 minutes, it comes out looking all glazed and yummy like this.

I had 2 tomatoes left in the garden, so I sliced them and added them to the plates.

My opinion, delicious!!!

24 comments:

  1. Definitely a winner! Must give it a whirl! thanks Debbie!

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  2. Lovely! This looks so nice ♥

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  3. ok, sounds good. But so time consuming. I jam a hunk of meat covered in bbq rub in the convection oven, nuke a potato or frozen veggies, and dare Dina to complain. (Sometimes she cries...but only because I used too much pepper) [maybe if I start burning everything, she'll start taking me out to eat]

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  4. The chicken definitely looks like a winner! I love the potatoes and onions roasted together with the chicken. Yummy!

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  5. Oh good golly!
    Looks SO good.
    I can't even really imagine how good. :)

    xoxo

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  6. I can see why this is delicious...it looks amazing! Happy weekend, sweet Debbie. Hugs!

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  7. Wonderful
    Kisses for you
    New post

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  8. Now that does look a great dish.
    I would just substitute the potatoes for cubed swede, as swede doesn't raise Eddie's blood sugar levels as potatoes do!

    Doesn't meat taste good when it's been marinated.

    Have a lovely weekend

    All the best Jan

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  9. Oh, my! That looks fantastic! Yummy!

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  10. Yum! I'm surprised I haven't seen this one yet. And your title cracked me up! :-)

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  11. Gotta give it a decent amount of Thyme :)

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  12. I haven't seen this recipe, but I tried honey garlic chicken in the crock pot tonight and it was yummy! I love finding new wys to cook chicken- since I would rather eat that than red meat.

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  13. Oh wow! That does look quite good. And boy do I love potatoes.

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  14. Oooh, that looks wonderful! Can I get an invitation for dinner (or even just eat your leftovers)?! I love some good chicken! This spring I was experimenting with different ways of cooking boneless chicken breasts...

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  15. I always love your tutorials on meals. This does look delish! Thanks for sharing it! Blessings and hugs~

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  16. Good enough to eat!!! Must try this Debbie

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  17. I always like to try new chicken recipes, this looks delicious, thanks for sharing!

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  18. Mercy! what time is supper--im on my way!! Ha ha lol

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  19. Yum!!!!! I hope things are going well with you. Have a wonderful week my friend! Hugs!

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  20. It looks delicious. Thanks for the link, I will be giving this one a try.

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