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Roast Chicken & Sweet Potatoes

September/October 2012

Your rating: None Average: 4 (155 votes)

Caramelized sweet potatoes and red onion are the bed for chicken thighs that cook up fast in a very hot oven—perfect for a quick healthy chicken dinner. Serve with a fall salad of mixed greens, sliced apples and blue cheese.


Roast Chicken & Sweet Potatoes Recipe

18 Reviews for Roast Chicken & Sweet Potatoes

04/30/2014
Anonymous
Delicious

Love this quick meal, it was a family hit!

Easy, quick and tasty
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04/30/2014
Anonymous
Delicious

Love this quick meal, it was a family hit!

Easy, quick and tasty
Comments
04/30/2014
Anonymous
Delicious

Love this quick meal, it was a family hit!

Easy, quick and tasty
Comments
04/27/2014
Simple yet delicious

We are food geeks, & when I read the list of ingredients it seemed that this dish could be somewhat bland. I read the positive reviews & decided to go for it, as is, except adding enough olive oil to the potato & onion mixture to coat. So glad I tried this! The drippings from the chicken thighs onto the veggies really adds so much flavor. And it couldn't be easier to prepare. One note: fresh thyme is a must - dried will not add the same level of flavor. This definitely goes in the "Keeper" column!

Easy preparation, flavorful
Comments
04/27/2014
Simple yet delicious

We are food geeks, & when I read the list of ingredients it seemed that this dish could be somewhat bland. I read the positive reviews & decided to go for it, as is, except adding enough olive oil to the potato & onion mixture to coat. So glad I tried this! The drippings from the chicken thighs onto the veggies really adds so much flavor. And it couldn't be easier to prepare. One note: fresh thyme is a must - dried will not add the same level of flavor. This definitely goes in the "Keeper" column!

Easy preparation, flavorful
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