I made this without the potatoes because my DH bought a ton of chicken on sale and I had leftover potatoes I needed to use up. So I just put all the ingredients on the chicken (except the wine which goes in the pan). We are both glad that I made a big pan full because it was delicious and moist. Will make it again with the potatoes using extra bread crumbs and cheese on the chicken. A keeper!
Just o.k. Mine came out dry. I guess I should have added water/broth while baking but I wanted to put it in the oven and forget it. Also, I used broth rather than wine. I will probably not make this again. At least not without some major tweaking. But the idea behind this recipe seemed good.
I used breast fillet for this one, and I sprinkled the breadcrumbs and cheese over both chicken and potatoes. Ialso used edam instead of parmesan. Since I only have a toaster oven, I had to estimate the temperature and time. The chicken came out nice and moist, and both that and the potatoes were flavorful. What I love most about this recipe though is that I just toss everything into the top, shove in into the oven and take it out when it's done. Easy!
I did this one with the roaster covered. Probably a mistake, because the concensus is that it shouldn't have been. The chicken was very good, but the bread crumbs only dried out the potatoes. Next time I won't cover it, and see what happens. It was easy and quick. Thanks.
This wasn't very good. The potatoes were very dry and the chicken wasn't anything special. I wouldn't make this again.
I was looking for a garlic-lemon chicken recipe when I came across this one. Substituted fresh ground wheat bread, seasoned with oil and lemon-pepper, and followed the rest of the recipe. A little extra minced garlic on the chicken, a sprinkle of lemon-pepper and baked. This recipe is adaptable..My family ate, and complained that I should of made more. It was wonderful! I have never used wine before, but will definitely use it again..:)