I really liked this recipe because it called for simple ingredients that I pretty much always have on hand. I also loved how quick this was to prepare and how quick it was to clean.
I did make a couple of changes based on the comments and made one change based on personal preference.
Instead of garlic powder, I used fresh garlic (about 2-3 cloves for two thighs and two potatoes), dried herbs as I didn't have fresh, pepper, and onion salt instead of normal salt. I feel using onion salt really added another dimension to the flavor, which I was hoping for since some reviewers said this was bland. I dumped everything into a plastic bag, made sure everything was coated evenly and let it sit in the fridge for a bit.
After the oven was pre-heated, I took the potatoes out of the bag and onto the cookie sheet where I seasoned them just a little more. I then cooked them by themselves for about 10 minutes. I noticed during that time that some stuff was already burning, so I ended up reducing my temperature from 375 degrees to 350, and let me tell you...It's a good thing I did that!
After the 10 minutes, I added the chicken to the cookie sheet, also adding a little more seasoning before putting everything in the oven.
Even using a lower heat, my chicken came out just slightly dry, but that could be my fault. I still liked it. The potatoes, however, came out perfectly! I loved them. I had this along with a green salad for a very easy low-frills dinner. I will make this again!
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I really liked this recipe because it called for simple ingredients that I pretty much always...