Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is something I threw together for dinner one night after reading some other recipes here on Recipezaar and came up with this dish. It is really simple, and a quick dish to make on a busy night. You can have this ready in about 15 minutes! I have also added some fresh lemon or lime juice at the end and it really adds a nice kick if have those on hand!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut up chicken into bite size pieces. Dice the onion and press the garlic through a garlic press. If you don't have a garlic press, dice the garlic up finely. I used three large cloves, but you can add more cloves for your own taste.
  2. In a large skillet pan, heat the olive oil and cook the onions and garlic for about 6 minutes and the onions are soft and golden brown in color.
  3. Add the chicken. Add the poultry seasoning (or Sage if you don't have it), thyme, and salt and pepper.
  4. Cook the chicken for about 10 minutes or until cooked through. Serve with steamed rice!


Most Helpful

Personally, I liked this and would rate it a 5 star recipe BUT the family thought it had too much thyme. I also would up my garlic ALOT b/c the thyme seemed to drown that out. I served this with recipe#373373 which complimented this very well.Thanks!! Made for the French Forum Herb of the Month.

kellychris January 31, 2010

mmm mmm good! Very tasty chicken. I cut back the oil to 1 teaspoon and used a lovely sweet walla walla onion, didn't have any poultry seasoning in so used sage. I also used fresh thyme from the garden. With the pepper it had a very nice peppery flavour, we enjoyed it and I will make it again. thanks for posting.

Derf August 06, 2009

This was very pleasantly surprising! While making it I thought for sure there must have been a mistake in the ingredients. I couldn't imagine that much seasoning going into it, but I did as it said and our chicken turned out very moist and not overpoweringly flavored as I had thought. It was very good! And also very easy to make!

CulinaryExplorer November 28, 2007

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