This recipe for one pan roasted chicken and vegetables comes with the extra advantage of super easy kitchen clean-up! My favorite part of this recipe for one pan roasted chicken and vegetables is the fact that it gives me a delectable, feels-like-Sunday-dinner combination of tender roasted chicken and scrumptious veggies in practically no time. My second favorite part is that this scrumptious combo of eats roasts up all on one pan. One pan that is lined with foil.
Sheet Pan Chicken with Rainbow Vegetables
Sheet Pan Baked Chicken and Vegetables - Together as Family
This one-pan wonder of a dish is a game changer — so much so you may need a trophy for a table decoration. Tender, succulent chicken thighs are baked atop a bed of baby red potatoes, rainbow carrots, red onion and green beans. Add a little thyme, rosemary, salt and pepper and you have the most mouth-watering, one-pan meal in just under an hour. Only 15 minutes of that requires you to actually be in the kitchen doing something. The rest is cooking time. One-Pan Roasted Chicken and Vegetables is a dinner winner for both busy weeknights or slower weekends. Then all you need to do is add the chicken thighs, sprinkle with salt and pepper and into the pre-heated oven it goes for 35 minutes.
Sheet Pan Chicken and Roasted Harvest Vegetables
Calling all the colors! We are due for a sheet pan chicken recipe. Call it hopeless indecision or a craving for variety, but when I was dreaming up the latest, greatest member of our sheet pan chicken family, my brain and stomach refused to settle on a single vegetable. Or even two vegetables. I digress.
Nothing beats fresh thyme and oregano on chicken breasts, except for dried when you cannot just go out and nip it from the garden or store. In this case, you are going to make an herb mixture with a generous amount of green onions and olive oil to spoon over the browned chicken breasts before turning to the oven to complete the dish. Rather invest your energy in hunting for the best asparagus you can find. Keep in mind that size does not matter, as it is not the best indicator of either quality or flavor. What you should be looking for, however, is firm spears with closed tips.