Add a pinch of caraway seeds to the vegetables before roasting to add an interesting twist to this perfect-for-Sunday-dinner dish.
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Make Ahead Tips
For this recipe, you can marinate the chicken as soon as you get home from work and cook it in an hour or two. Or you can toss all the ingredients together quickly in the morning and let the chicken marinate in the refrigerator all day. The recipes say to turn the chicken occasionally, but if you’re not home during the day, don’t worry about that.
A fruity Grenache blend would pair well with the sweet element from the sweet potatoes. Try the 2003 Mas Grand Plagniol Rouge Tradition, Costières de Nîmes ($10) or the 2003 Domaine de l’Ameillaud Côtes du Rhône ($10).
So delicious and so easy. Finished with a quick broil to get crispy. Was a hit. Mom said she woke up thinking about it!
I have made this recipe many, many timesI usually skin the chicken as I tend to cook up more thighs than the recipe recommends and this keeps the dish from getting too fatty (I omit the bacon.it is still super flavourful without it.) I tend to cut the potatoes a bit larger than what they say so they don't get too mushy. This is a go-to recipe - kids love it, one pan meal, few ingredients, super tasty, incredibly easy to make. I am making it later this week for a guest!
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