Easy One Pot Chicken & Potatoes
Everyone kept on questioning me if you are able to use different parts of the chicken in order to cook the One Pot Chicken Meal, and so I made a decision to cook it using thighs and show you it works equally well. This time around I included a considerable amount of garlic & a single sliced up onion, since I later on made some gravy using the drippings left over from the cooked chicken. Really should tell you just how aah-mazing it was!
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes
Easy One Pot Chicken & Potatoes Ingredients
8 fresh Organic Chicken Thighs
6-8 medium Potatoes , cut into halves or quarters
5-6 medium carrots, cut into 1 inch pieces
1 fresh onion, cut into quarters
15-20 whole garlic cloves
4 teaspoons of ground pepper or 5 crushed garlic cloves
1/2 teaspoon of Mccormick Paprika
3-4 Tbsp of extra virgin olive oil.
Easy One Pot Chicken & Potatoes Instructions
Pre-heat the oven ( I use and recommend my Breville Smart Oven) to 375F. Line a clean baking sheet with some tin foil or parchment paper I prefer the Kirkland Signature Non Stick Parchment Paper , but you can use what you prefer)
Completely clean the potatoes and the carrots using a scrubber and then slice them all into smaller sized pieces. Pat dry using a paper towel.
Wash the chicken thighs beneath running water and likewise pat dry using a clean paper towel.
Add the chicken, sliced carrots and potatoes, onion and minced garlic to the lined cooking dish and then dust using sea salt, ground pepper along with garlic. Carefully drizzle using extra virgin olive oil. Toss every thing in order to coat.
Put into the oven and then bake for about 1 hour and 20 minutes.If the actual potatoes along with chicken thighs tend to be soft and very easily pierced with the fork these are generally ready.
In the event that the chicken and the potatoes haven't browned up to the extent you desire, then broil for another 5 minutes. Watch very carefully, as they'll burn.
Take out from the oven and then serve immediately in the cooking dish or move to a heated serving dish.
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