This is an outstanding and easy meal. For more flavor I added few garlic cloves and Fines Herbes (from Mortons Gourmet Market), and red pepper flakes, to taste. It always turned out to be awesome. YUM YUM! I'm Rating it: *****
Made this tonight and it was very good. I reduced the heat to 400 degrees for the covered portion of cooking and 375 uncovered, because I think chicken dries out at too high a heat. I added garlic cloves to the vegetables for more flavor. Next time, I will also add chopped rosemary to the veggies. It's a very easy recipe.
Made it tonight with skinless boneless chicken thighs. Followed the recipe and thought it was really good. Added garlic cloves and extra salt/spices. Actually loved it for how easy it was and how good it tasted. Mafd a yogurt/cucumber topping for it try it!!!
I should have commented that I add my all time favorite pepper piment d'espelette to this dish and it is the perfect seasoning for it. Piment d'espelette comes from Basque Country, it is like a nuanced combination of paprika and cayenne. If you can get your hands on some, try it!
I too have made this dish a few times but I like to add red pepper flakes while tossing the veggies for a punch of flavor. Adds a lot! If you like some heat, give it a try.
Easy, delicious, no-mess, one-dish fall dinner. I've made this multiple times, but care must be taken to slice the potatoes thinner for smaller chicken legs to avoid drying out chicken before potatoes are tender. By all means, do not skip the sprinkle of lemon juice at the end.