This is one of my all-time favorite easy recipes: baked chicken with potatoes and carrots. It’s a dish I make all year round, and makes for a really great ‘make ahead’ dinner that can be made on a Sunday and then served for lunches/dinners throughout the weekend (yay for healthy meal prep recipes!)
This recipe for baked chicken, potatoes, carrots and herbs also happens to be one of the most popular recipes on my website. Since making it, and posting it way back in 2013 (wow, how time flies) I’ve made this dish countless times, and have gotten so many amazing emails from readers who’ve made this, it was high time for a few newer pictures.
We live really close to an amazing Farmers Market, I’m talking walking distance! So what I love to do in the summer is take my wonderful husband as a bag carrier and head to the Farmers Market.
Why do I need him with me? Well, because as I explained to him, if I go by myself I end up buying way to much stuff -like watermelons for example- and then drop them on the way home (this actually happened … and more than once lol) so I clearly need supervision and help carrying the bags! Do you go to the farmers market?
With all the fresh vegetables I get, I love to just roast them in the oven for dinner, I have made this over and over and over because it is so simple and full of flavor (the carrots I get are both yellow and orange!)
If you’re looking for other roasted vegetable and chicken dinner recipes, here are a few of my favorites: roasted vegetables with chicken sausage, roasted whole chicken and carrots with lemon and thyme<–a huge favorite dish of mine, and roasted potato and kohlrabi salad<–makes a great side dish as part of this farm to table dinner with rotisserie chicken and ginger glazed carrots!
I use a Pyrex baking dish like this because after I’m done baking it and want to store leftovers in the fridge, I just put the lid on it. These baking dishes with lids are truly my favorite ones and I use them ALL the time.
This baked chicken, potatoes, carrots and fresh herb recipe is totally customizable to what you have on hand. Instead of fresh herbs you could use Italian seasoning (I would use 1 and a 1/2 teaspoons instead of 2 tablespoons fresh herbs). This recipe is made with large chicken breasts. If the chicken you're using is on the smaller or thinner side, I would recommend adding it halfway through cooking as to not dry out the chicken. You could also add in a can of crushed tomatoes or cream of chicken soup if you like a saucier dish, I happen to love the roasted quality of this dish without any sauce.
I use this 4.8 quart pyrex baking dish
If you make this recipe and love it as much as my family does, I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section.
This recipe is made with large chicken breasts. If the chicken you're using is on the smaller or thinner side, I would recommend adding it halfway through cooking as to not dry out the chicken. You could also add in a can of crushed tomatoes or cream of chicken soup if you like a saucier dish, I happen to love the roasted quality of this dish without any sauce.
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