Honey-Roasted Chicken & Root Vegetables
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 40 min.
Very good. I added yellow squash and russet potatoes as well as sweet potato and carrots. I also reduced broth to 1 1/2 cups and increased white wine to 1 cup and added 2-3 T of dijon mustard to sauce. I also thickened the broth with 1/4 c water and 2 T cornstarch after it was done baking.
I found this in 13 great Sheet Pan Dinners recipes. I love Honey Roasted Chicken so I figured I'd give it a try. I'm a guy and I don't always follow directions so got all my stuff ready and started to read. This is not a Sheet Pan Dinner. The whole thing sucked.
I fully enjoyed this meal! I didn't microwave the vegetables, but but put them in the oven with foil over the pan while Browning the chicken. It worked out wonderfully! Oh, yeah. I did add some pearled onions sliced in half.
I love it absolutely wonderful
Delicious! I added more fennel, for we really like it. One of these comfort food dishes that you don't have to measure! I like that.
We used regular honey and it wasn't as sweet as I was afraid it might be. Even our family member who doesn't like honey liked this recipe. We aren't particularly fond of fennel, so I substituted other root vegetables. I've found this is good with carrots, turnips, and winter squash as well!
This was delicious! Unlike the other two reviewers, I made this recipe as stated. The chicken was tender and the vegetables were cooked to perfection. I do not like sweet potatoes, but in this recipe, I devoured them. I couldn't believe how good they were. My husband wanted the vegetables a little sweeter, but I thought they were great just the way they were. This is a keeper and I will be making it again for sure!
I did not have any honey, so I used honey mustard dressing on the chicken instead. I also did not precook the vegetables in the microwave. After browning the chicken, I put the root vegetables raw on the sheet pan, then put the chicken and roasted for 30 minutes. Everything was done at the same time. The other substitution I used was sweet onions instead of fennel. My family does not like fennel.
Very delicious and flavorful recipe! It smelled like Thanksgiving dinner while I was cooking this! I was short on time, so I did simplify the directions. I skipped the pan searing and placed all the ingredients-minus the butter and olive oil- in a covered casserole dish. I baked the chicken at 300 degrees for one hour. The chicken was tender and the flavors were amazing!