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This was a pretty good dish! Based on previous reviews I only made a few changes. I boiled the potatoes for about 15 minutes to soften them up a bit before the oven. I put onion slices in the mixture and added some garlic about half way through. Some people stated that the potatoes were somewhat bland and I added about 2 tablespoons of butter to the potatoes. Used creamy italian dressing. The dish came out great! Thanks!
This is a terrific recipe! It's very easy and there's only one pan to clean (and if you line the pan with foil it's even easier!) And it's versatile: I added additional vegetables (carrots celery onions) and it turned out great.
A very easy and tasty meal. I put the chicken over the potatoes and carrots and that gave the potatoes more flavor. Also I topped the chicken with a little more dressing five minutes before taking it out of the oven to strengthen the taste of the dressing.
Certainly was easy & I don't know...maybe I had a bad batch of potatoes...but even after extending the baking time the potatoes just didn't get cooked. The recipe didn't specify but maybe would've been better if baked covered.
This was very good. I followed some previous suggestions and added some chopped carrot and onion. Also, my grocery didn't have a creamy italian so I used a red pepper and parmesan italian. My five year old declared the name to be "Poticken" and said it was delicious!