Parmesan Chicken and Potato Bake
photo by Boomette
- Ready In:
- 1hr 10mins
- Pre heat oven to 400 degrees.
- Cut potatoes into wedges.
- Place potatoes and chicken into 9 by 13 pan.
- Pour dressing over chicken and potatoes.
- Sprinkle parmesan cheese over chicken and potatoes.
- Bake for 1 hour, or until chicken is cooked through.
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I made this with boneless, skinless chicken breasts, which were dry even though they were marinated in the dressing for 30 minutes... so I don't think I recommend using them for this recipe. That being said, these are the BEST potatoes I have ever made or eaten. They were fabulous! I used a big package of fingerlings and about 1/6 of a bottle of dressing, adding big chunks of onion, and some sea salt, garlic powder, red pepper flakes, and a Trader Joe's seasoning mix. After baking the potatoes for 1 hour at 400, I baked them for an additional 30 minutes at 450. That made them extra crispy.
4 stars vs. 5 only because I didn't actually use the entire recipe. I didn't have any chicken with bones, so I just used the recipe for the potatoes. They were fabulous and will definitely be repeated, and often! I didn't have any Italian dressing, so I made my own with 3 tbs EVOO, roughly the same of white balsamic vinegar, 1 Tbs dried basil, 1 tsp dried oregono, 1 fresh clove of garlic (pressed), and 2 tsp sea salt - into a jar, shake to mix. Excellent and my husband loved these potatoes even more than my usual method!
This was scrumptious! I Made this recipe last nite using pesto dressing to marinate six chicken thighs for 30 min prior to baking. Just marinating for that short time gave it a great flavor, so longer would be even better. I added onion to the potatos. This dish is reminiscant of one mom used to make; chicken, peas & potatoes, so I added a can of drained peas during the last 10 min of baking to heat through. Adding parmesan set it apart for me, a little for a lot of flavor. Thanx for posting, Jaime.
I made this tonight and loved it! It was simple and great tasting too. I made up my own Italian dressing and it really made this easy dish something special. I found that some of the potatoes did not get enough of the dressing on them, and therefore lacking taste-wise. So I think next time the only thing I would do differently is to mix everything, except the parmesan cheese, together in a large mixing bowl to coat everything well, then put it all in a pan and sprinkle the cheese on top. This dish is definitely a keeper! Thanks!!
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