10 Reviews

My whole family went wild over this easy yet elegant dish. I followed the recipe to a "T", except I did not peel my potatoes as they were red skinned and we like the skin. I sliced them very thin to ensure they would cook. The only problem I had was that the baby carrots were still a little crunchy, even after all of that cook time and being tightly covered. Don’t get me wrong...they were so garlicky and delicious, we ate them all up, but I think next time I will either slice up regular carrots very thin or just leave them out completely and cook seperately. Or maybe try another veggie...I love brussel sprouts, too! Thanks for sharing this recipe...I am always looking for another way to cook plain old chicken that will please the whole family and this one sure did! Another PLUS...a whole meal all in one dish...YAY!!!!!

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Karen=^..^= January 24, 2003

This made an awesome dinner for us. I followed your recipe exactly and it turned out perfect. That garlic flavor--Wowie!! Intense and delicious. I used potatoes and carrots but will try fresh brussel sprouts next time because I love them too. A beautiful and very easy dish. Thanks Manda, we loved it.

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Gladys58 January 30, 2003

Excellent! I added some cauliflower to the other vegetables. Will definately make this easy and healthy dish again. Thanks for sharing.

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Indiana Debbie January 27, 2003

Sometimes, I think the recipes where you Google all the ingredients that you have and out pops a recipe... those are the best. We all really liked this. I changed a few things: I browned the chicken and the onion, and when I was done, I deglazed the pan with a little chicken stock and then poured the savory yumminess in the pan before I threw in all the other stuff. MMM MMM MMM.

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Rich B. March 04, 2016

This was so yummy! I made it with carrots, onions and turnips. I added about 3 cloves of garlic instead of the whole head, as I have small children who would be turned off by the strong garlic flavor. I also substituted oregano and parsley for the herbs. Easy and delightful!

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anozira86 April 19, 2010

I think my timing may have been off as my veggies were very underdone. Chicken was great though and loved the garlic!

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Mrs. Sherm November 14, 2007

This was a great dish. My husband and I really enjoyed it! I am eating the leftovers today for lunch and looking forward to it. My garlic didn't mash up as much as I thought it would, but the flavor still tasted great on each bite. Thanks for a new way to cook an entire meal in one dish!

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MWarren October 04, 2007

I made it with broccoli since I don't like cooked carrots and it came out great! I live with two pretty picky boys and they both gobbled it right up!

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blackwolfjk13 March 24, 2007

This was much better than I was expecting! Even my husband enjoyed it. We put the leftover veggies in the freezer to add to soup next time, and sliced the extra chicken for sandwiches. Yummy!

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haskinsfam March 07, 2007

Very good! Robust garlic flavor, I couldn't eat too much it was so rich, but delicious. After one hour in my oven, chicken was perfect so I didn't bake any longer, and my potatoes got a little too soft, when I mixed with the garlic they turned a little mushy, but it was still great. I'll just cook for less time next time. I cut my baby carrots in half because another reviewer said they were still crunchy, and they came out perfect. Super easy meal, thanks!

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ellenej22 February 24, 2005
Garlic Lover's Chicken, Potatoes, and Carrots