By Margie in NJ on September 24, 2002
Photo by Vicki in CT
Photo by Vicki in CT
"This recipe came from Flavors of Puglia by Nancy Harmon Jenkins. It is easy to make and delicious. I like to serve it with a tossed salad."
Serving Size: 1 (828 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"Love this recipe. I also added oregano, cayenne pepper and minced dry onion to the mix. Superb flavor, cripy potatoes on the edges, moist chicken with crunchy skin, irresistible! This couldn't be easier and made a wonderful lunch. Will keep this one in my cookbook. Thanks!"
"I also used this as a method. The chicken is delicious, the crispy skin being the thing. Potatoes are absolutely fantastic! My suggestion: Make more potatoes! I seasoned mine with garlic powder in addition to the salt, pepper and parsley. This is a winner!"
"I used this recipe for the cooking technique instead of the seasonings. I used creole seasonings and leg quarters and cooked as directed. Perfection. Perfectly roasted chicken and great seasoned potatoes. Didn't even need to baste."
"I added oregano to the mixture and roasted it longer. Tossed it occasionally too. Very good."
"Delicious recipe! Added garlic powder and cayenne and red pepper flakes for a little extra kick...Substituted regular table salt and pepper for the sea salt and fresh ground pepper just because I don't have those items onhand. Turned out just like the picture and best part, tasted great. Plus, my husband loved it too."
"This one is a WINNER!!! my very picker client approves of this with high accolades!!! I would recommend reducing the oil slightly, but overall EXCELLENT! Thank you!!"
"I made this last night and it was delicious. I added garlic to the olive oil and it came out perfect. Great dinner and easy..."
"This is terrific, Margie. I used a bit less olive oil, and just 2 lbs of potatoes (with a clove of minced garlic tossed in) for our small family. The chicken browned nicely, and to get the potatoes to brown a bit too, I ran them under the broiler for a few minutes at the end. Delicious. Thanks for posting!"