While some people are using their quarantine to become the next Top Chef, those of us with kids and work appreciate a no-fuss kind of meal! That's where ideas from Sarah Adler come in. She's a chef, nutrition coach, and best-selling cookbook author and she's sharing an easy sheet pan chicken recipe for families with me.
Despite her passion for cooking, there are times when Sarah wants to simply press a button and have her meal made for her – which is why she'd love to share meals that essentially cook themselves with the touch of a button, helping busy households enjoy tasty and nutritious meals, no muss, no fuss.
Roasted Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies
Makes 4 servings
This is a true one-pan wonder and the most comforting, delicious meal to cozy up to in the fall or winter. I advise doubling this recipe for you will have leftovers for the week.
- 12 brussels sprouts, halved
- 8 Yukon gold potatoes cut into quarters, or 1 cup baby potatoes, halved
- 5 carrots, chopped into ½ inch pieces
- 2 large bone- in organic chicken breasts
- 3 tablespoons olive oil
- 6 springs thyme, leaves only
- 2 tablespoons herbs de Provence
- 2 teaspoons sea salt
- 2 teaspoons pepper
Roasted Sheet Pan Chicken Directions
- Preheat the oven to 450ºF.
- Add the chicken breasts to a large rimmed baking dish and scatter veggies around the sides.
- Drizzle everything with olive oil and sprinkle with herbs and spices and rub in well to coat everything.
- Bake for 50-60 minutes, checking halfway through to rotate veggies, until the meat is cooked and juices run clear.
- Broil for last 3 minutes to crisp and brown the chicken skin. Serve warm.
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This is not a sponsored post. Excerpted from Simply Real Eating. Copyright 2020 by Sarah Adler. Photography by Carina Skrobecki Photography. Reproduced by permission of The Countryman Press. All rights reserved.