Recipe by Sandy
"Chicken and vegetables roasted with a rosemary, balsamic vinegar marinade."
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crushed red pepper flakes
skinless, boneless chicken breasts
green bell pepper, sliced
red bell pepper, sliced
red onion, quartered
carrots, cut into 1 inch pieces
eggplant, cut into 1/2 inch cubes
this is so good! i toss the vegetables in the marinade first, then put them in the oven. that way i can marinate the chicken for twenty minutes before putting it in the oven with the vegetables. another twenty minutes later everything is perfectly done.
I hate to give a recipe such a low rating but it just wasn't good. I have to say everything smelled WONDERFUL as it was cooking and it was edible hence the 2 stars, but it was just edible not enjoyable and definitely not something I'd make ever again. Balsamic was way too overpowering, way too much oil, the roasted peppers and onions helped the flavor of the dish a little, but not much. So disappointing.
What a wonderful dish! I’m glad I took other readers advice and made two batches of the marinade (one for the chicken and one for the veggies). My husband doesn’t like eggplant, so I used broccoli in its place. I baked the veggies for 15 minutes while I marinated the chicken, then added the chicken and cooked it all together for another 20 minutes. Perfection! Yummy and moist chicken. I accidentally used only 1 tsp of dried rosemary (versus the 1 TBS it asks for) and I thought it was plenty. The only addition I made to the marinade was by adding a little bit of salt.
Thanks for a great recipe!
I used a whole roasting chicken for this recipe. I would recommend baking the whole chicken at 375 for about 20 minutes per pound and covering with foil for the first 30 minutes. The marinade is great.
This was excellent -- even though I forgot to add the rosemary the first time I made it! The flavor was wonderful both ways, though. The vegetables get SO sweet when they are roasted like this! I reduced the amount of oil slightly, as I don't think it really needs that much, and I cut the chicken into chunks to absorb more of the marinade and also cook faster. And of course, I tripled the garlic. To prevent cross-contamination from the chicken, I tossed the veggies in a bag with some of the marinade spooned in, and then poured the rest over the chicken. The recommendation to cook the veggies while the chicken was marinating worked out perfectly. Thank you!
This was a good marinade. It is only getting four stars because I think the chicken needs to marinate for a longer time. I marinated the chicken for 30 minutes and the flavor still was not infused into the chicken the way my husband and I enjoy our meat.
The marinade is delicious. I made this dish for a company dinner and everyone loved it, esp. the veggies (I used onions, yellow peppers, broccoli, carrots, and tomatoes). I used 6 large chicken breasts and cooked the chicken and veggies for 40 minutes. Was anyone else concerned about putting the veggies in the marinade after the raw chicken? I was, so I made 2 separate marinades.
This was so good! I used whatever veggies I had on hand (carrots, green bell pepper, onion, broccoli) and they came out delicious. The veggies were crisp, flavorful, and browned. The cooking time was right on target. I've been instructed by my hubby to burn broccoli more often since it tastes great! The chicken was very tender. This will be my marinade/coating of choice for roasted veggies from now on. Maybe fresh rosemary next time since the dry kind didn't soften much. I want some more veggies!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Roasted Rosemary Chicken And Vegetables
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 194
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