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One-Pan Baked Chicken & Sweet Potatoes

One-Pan Baked Chicken & Sweet Potatoes recipe
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Brown sugar and fresh thyme lend their flavors to this easy oven-baked chicken and sweet potato dish.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/12/2011
This was a easy recipe. Followed the recipe except used 2 potatoes cuz they made alot of wedges. Will follow advice and dbl sauce. The house smelled wonderful while this was baking.
posted:
11/7/2011
Cooked 2 sweet potatoes and 4 pieces of chicken (2 legs and 2 bone in theighs) and still wish i had doubled the sauce. The chicken was excellent! I didn't think brown sugar was going to pair well with thyme but it does so well!! I used dried thyme in the same quality as the fresh tasted great. Try it - at least with the chicken. Sweet Potatoes have lots of vitamins so I try to eat them but they aren't my fav veg so shrug. Whatever. Its fun to try new things. Seriously though try the chicken!! :)
posted:
10/25/2011
This is an excellent recpie, I used bone-in chicken breasts and cut them in half before baking. I also put the sweet potatoes in a separate baking pan and stirred them around every 15 minutes or so. I used a little more dressing, the chicken came out very moist and the sweet potatoes perfectly seasoned and slightly crisp.
posted:
10/14/2011
I used chicken breasts instead of a whole cut up chicken. I didn't think the chicken had any flavor and the sweet potatoes seemed dried out. Maybe it would be better if the chicken was marinated for a while in the dressing and to cover the dish during baking.
posted:
10/7/2011
My family loved this!! I used the amount of dressing and brown sugar with fewer sweet potatoes, I was only cooking for 3 people. I also used boneless skinless chicken breasts. Turned out perfect!!
posted:
10/5/2011
Wonderful fall recipe! I boiled the potatoes a few minutes before tossing so they would cook more evenly in my oven and used boneless skinless chicken breasts. It was wonderful! Doubled the sauce and it was the perfect amount. I also substituted a geneneric 'italian seasoning' (lots of green dried seasonings) for the thyme. YUM!
posted:
10/1/2011
I absolutely loved this recipe! I made it for my family and they can't get enough! I added onions and white potatoes too. Definitely double up on the sauce!!
posted:
9/30/2011
Super easy and delish!!!!! Pretty enough to make for guests. Def double the sauce. Oh and I added onion chunks which I think made the dish even better. And I used breasts since that was all I had and it was EXCELLENT!!!!!
posted:
9/11/2011
Wonderful! Super easy to make and very tasty. I used chicken breasts because that is all I had on hand and it was great.
posted:
9/10/2011
This meal was just okay. I liked the most of the chicken, some of it was too dry but the moist parts were very good with lots of flavor. The sweet potatoes I did not care for at all. I would make the chicken again with this marinade but not with the sweet potatoes.
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