Sheet Pan Parmesan Chicken and Veggies
Baked EXTRA CRISPY Parmesan chicken and veggies--dinner made on one pan and packed with flavor!
Baked EXTRA CRISPY Parmesan chicken and veggies--dinner made on one pan and packed with flavor!
Made this today for Sunday dinner after church. It was quick and easy. I used cauliflower, carrots, broccoli and one baking potato (diced). I had to use an additional small baking sheet for the chicken as I used too many veggies. I would say the one thing that was missing was salt, so next time I'd definitely add some to both the chicken and the veggies. So delicious!Read More
Made this today for Sunday dinner after church. It was quick and easy. I used cauliflower, carrots, broccoli and one baking potato (diced). I had to use an additional small baking sheet for the chicken as I used too many veggies. I would say the one thing that was missing was salt, so next time I'd definitely add some to both the chicken and the veggies. So delicious!
I would give this 4.5 stars. I made exactly as written, but didn't make the dipping sauce. It was delicious. I couldn't get the chicken to brown though so will make in a broiler-proof pan next time. My husband does not love chicken, but he really enjoyed this and asked me to make it a regular on our menu. That is high praise. I did change one thing. I used fresh parsley because I do not use dried parsley. I would add more herbs to the recipe. Also, would make way more veggies because we loved them.
So so good and my husband loved it! Very easy to make!
very tasty and substitute some low carb veggies like tomolittos and squash for potatoes helps on keto diet. also use almond flour to low carb it more
This was my first attempt at making a sheet pan dinner. I thought it was delicious!
We did not care for this. Too much oregano and too much breading for our taste. Won't make it again.
Great recipe! I did add 5 minutes more cooking time to get the bread crumbs crispy. I also added a bit more garlic and worcestashire sauce to make it more savory.
Loved this recipe and have made it several times now. My kids like it, my husband likes it, and me being gluten-free can eat it with a few small changes. I muse gluten-free flour and gluten-free breadcrumbs. I have tried a few different brands of gluten-free and found that Aleias original real panko works best (found it in my gluten-free section of my local grocery store). I also refrigerated container of mixed vegetables in the produce aisle which makes it super easy. This is on my weekly menu!
Everything was fine except the dipping sauce (yuck!). I heated up some good quality pasta sauce mixed with red wine and that worked very well as a sauce with this dish.
Ran out of panko so I added crushed Cheez-It crackers
I put all veggies in a large bowl to mix with seasoning. The veggies were not as crisp as I hoped, so next time I will put the veggies in the oven for 5-10 minutes before adding the chicken. The flavors were great!
Delicious! I didn’t have panko, so blended a couple of old bread slices. Didn’t use extra Parmesan. Added fresh chives with veggies. I probably will try this again, without any Flour, crumbs or, butter....just the great combination of spices and, herbs. Thank you!
Made this with chicken tenders -- definitely a keeper! Easy to do, super tasty.
The whole family lived this recipe! I like that it doesn't involve frying the chicken. I've made the veggies a couple of times now as a side dish that the whole family enjoys!
The flavor was delicious and the chicken was very good. My husband and I like the veggies a little softer. These came out a little hard but the flavor and spices gave it a delicious taste. We did not use potato because we made mashed potatoes with it Also I did not have red peeper and I used green peppet
Not a fan! Too heavy on the breadcrumbs and veggies were overdone by the time the chicken was cooked.
I am a seasoned cook and followed this recipe exactly. I thought it was horrible! Prep time said 30 min. Took me 1 1/2 hours and I'm not pokey. I didn't care at all for the spice mix, although it sounded good to me. Would not attempt this recipe again or recommend it! Sorry. Glad I didn't have company for this meal.
Recipes always take me longer than written. With veggie prep, I figured on 1 hr 10 minutes, and that's about how long it took me. I didn't have red potatoes so used a sweet potato. Also added a diced butternut squash. I'll increase the green beans. I think this would also be good with cubed zucchini and whole mushrooms. I loved the chicken. Crispy, tasty coating, juicy and tender on the inside. My hubby liked the vegetables. I didn't have seasoned salt, and I forgot the garlic(!) so I'm sure it'll taste better next time. I had to use two baking sheets, so with both pans in the (convection) oven, my veggies seemed a little mushy. But everything did get cooked at the same time, in 30". Forgot to make the dipping sauce(!) so will try that next time, too.
Amazing recipe -- I meant to take a pic but it was getting late and dinner was gobbled up super quick. The whole family loved this. I followed this nearly 100% just didn't have dried parsley, but used an herb mix instead. I thought I could get crispier chicken by putting it over a sheet pan, but I'm not sure that was helpful. I flipped them and they still seemed a bit soggy. I cranked the oven to 500 broil for a few minutes and that did the trick. Chicken was still juicy. Didn't make the dipping sauce b/c I kinda forgot about it :)
I didn't have fresh green beans. I had frozen. I won't make that mistake again. Otherwise it was quite good.
All agreed this was a five star dinner. Stayed true to the recipe, except left out the broccoli florets and some of the garlic . Next time will include everything. Would add a photo but it’s all gone!
The good: Only one heat source needs to be used. The breading was very good flavor thanks to the parmesan and the chicken was not dried out. The veggies were good and there are lots of them. The drawbacks:Took me twice as long to make this, so almost two hours and it stll wasn't very crispy; lots of dishes, and too much oregano made the veggies a little bitter. Could use more salt. I didn't bother with the dipping sauce. The fixes: Use half of the oregano and replace the other half with basil, or just use basil. Use two baking pans so you can broil the chicken at the end to get more crispiness on the chicken without burning the veggies. Also, I might cover the veggies for the first half of cooking to prevent drying out. Plan on it taking twice as long. Not sure if I will make it again.
Soooo easy and so delicious! Have made it 3 times already!
We loved it and as so easy to prepare
Super tasty recipe. I made it with sweet potatoes and green beans. I liked cutting the chicken into strips because it made for more breading. The dipping sauce was pretty good. I didn’t enjoy it with the chicken. The chicken was so tasty in its own that it didn’t need the dipping sauce. The sauce was good with the sweet potatoes though. However, I still prefer mayo and bbq sauce, but it was a good experiment. The chicken was crispy, juicy, and bursting with flavor. Great recipe!
It was delicious. I wouldn't have changed a thing
I will probably use less oregano next time...but that is just my preference. It was a hit with my whole family!
I made it exactly as listed. Chicken was tender, flavorful. Veggies overwhelmed by the garlic (a tablespoon is a lot!) and needed a little more time than the chicken, which was timed exactly as written, 10 min., flip, 15 min. more. I didn't make the dipping sauce but will make it for the tenders next time. I'll either cook some veggies separately, without the spice mix, or put one or two on the sheet pan, with just oil, salt and cracked pepper.
It’s nothing more than a variation of chicken nuggets. And, it makes for a lot of dishes. Hoped it would have had more flavor. If it hadn’t been for the vegetables, it would really have been disappointing.
I only made the chicken portion of this recipe and it was FABULOUS. Used boneless chicken breasts (didn't cut them up). Wouldn't change a thing!!!!! Family asked when I would make them again!
I made it for friends, and it was a hit. I used seasoned Panko breadcrumbs which made the process a bit simpler. I also added sliced zucchini to the veggie mix. Seasoning for vegetables was excellent.
Maybe total time in the oven was closer to 45-50 minutes? The chicken was good, potatoes were still a little crunchy when we finally ate.
The chicken was delicious and tender with the right amount of crispness. The next time I make this dish I will cut the green beans and potatoes a bit smaller so everything bakes more evenly.
I needed 2 sheet pans as I made a lot of vegetables but that's okay as my husband went back for seconds!
This recipe is one that I will definitely make again.
Great recipe! Healthy enough and a very nice chicken dinner. Tasty and looks very appetizing. I made the veggie with just fresh broccoli, no other veggies. Simple prep, easy cleanup, and a tasty fine dinner. i made a simple side of plain quinoa to go with it. I liked how the chicken and the veggie cooked the same amount of time and on 1 baking sheet. Everyone enjoyed the dinner very much. I'll definitely make again.
Very tasty. Sauce was optional.
This was easy and delicious. I used broccoli,cherry tomatoes and garlic for vegetables.
This chicken is delicious. Instead of flour and butter I subbed mayonnaise. Great weeknight dinner.
This was SO delicious. Tasty veggies, crunchy chicken. I did use chicken tenders. The only thing wrong with this is the calorie count, but it's totally worth it!
I used lemon olive oil vs butter for the chicken coating, and baked on top of a cooling rack placed upon the sheetpan. Absolutely wonderful!
Yum! So good!
Made this dish for dinner tonight. It was delicious. The chicken was very tender. The only thing I did differently is that I tossed the vegetables in a bowl before I put them on the baking pan. I will definitely make this again.
Fabulous! My husband uses ketsup on EVERYTHING!! NOT THIS! Family loved it and it will be made again. It was like going to a nice dinner out:). Thank You for sharing!
Ok, the chicken was amazing..and crispy, perfectly cooked and juicy. The veggies were good...but I felt they were overseasoned...next time I will do half the seasoning on the veggies. My whole family said this recipe is a keeper!
Loved the dipping sauce. Loved everything. A little decadent for me with the butter...but I was just in the mood for a comfort meal. My husband devoured it...no left overs and there were only two of us!!!
Not worth the effort, time, and number of dirty dishes. Flavor was just o.k.
Everyone in our family loved this dish - which is not easy to do!
very good and easy to make
Bit disappointed. Prep time and cook time a lot longer . Although I microwaved the potato 2 minutes before dicing, still were not cooked and nothing was as crispy as advertised. Very tasty and attractive dish but needs some corrections.
I followed the recipe to the letter. The chicken was very moist and had a wonderful flavor. However, you will have to play around with cooking times/your oven to make it turn out crispy. The vegetables needed more time to cook but we did not care for the combination or for the seasoning on the vegetables-personal preference.
Family Loved used drumsticks instead of breasts. Dipped in egg instead of flour. Baked for 45 minutes at 400 degrees. Will definitely make again.
This is delicious, but (to me) labor intensive. These kind of recipes that have steps rather than separate Ingredients / Directions...! So I will re-write it that makes more sense to me and make it again. Just my idiosyncrasy. Since I didn't have parsley, I used tarragon and for seasoned salt, I used my homemade steak seasoning. It was great. I actually forgot to make/use the sauce, and when I told my husband he said, "This dish is better than a ketchup / mayonnaise sauce!" Ha.
Even kids liked it!!!
Was very good, used a few different ingredients in dipping sauce cause I didn't have ketchup. Would deff make again.
Doubled this recipe for Sunday dinner for 9. Cooked the vegetables on one cookie sheet for about 45 minutes and the chicken on another for about 30. I did not make the dipping sauce. Everyone loved it!!!
Very easy to make. Family loved it. Vegetables can be changed up to whatever is in season.
Delicious! Every one loved it
I didn't care for the seasoning mixture on the veggies--I though WAY too much oregano and it was a little bit bitter. My chicken didn't really crisp up--was that due to flipping the chicken over at the half-way point? If I make this again, I will reduce the oregano and add in some basil. I also will not flip the chicken over and then see what it's like. I like sheet pan dinners due to convenience, but this one didn't hit the bullseye.
Followed the recipe exactly as written. Turned out pretty good. Will likely make it again
This is delicious! I used Romano cheese instead of Parm, cause that's what I had. Also switched the beans for mushrooms, tho any veggies would be good (the broccoli was my fav-the florets got crispy). I also added 1 t of poultry seasoning, & baked it for an extra 10 minutes so that the chicken was not just cooked, but crispy. The panko bread crumbs really added some crunch, too. Did not make the dipping sauce-didn't need it. Will definitely make again-soon!
It was superb! My kids love it!
Excellent! I did not think I would like the dipping sauce but I did, it made the dish.
Great recipe, I did add a little more seasonings to give it more flavor (Tony's and Greek seasoning). Used red and green bell pepper. Next time I will probably omit the potato. Will for sure make again!
This worked like a charm - the vegetables were amazing - nice flavor and cooked soft enough. I used cauliflower, broccoli, onions, squash and fresh green beans.
Excellent recipe. Very tasty. Great spices. Compliments :)
Really good! My picky child asks for this all the time and wants me to give him the recipe when he’s in his own house one day. That’s got to be the highest compliment
Chicken was moist and tasty and vegetables were tasty as well! Will be sure to make again
This is a wonderful recipe! I made it as is. It’s quick, easy and can be made with whatever vegetables you have in your refrigerator. I mixed the dry ingredients the day before, which really cut down the prep time. I will definitely make this again.
Made this almost exactly as the recipe stated only more potatoes (5 large russets), doubled the chicken and used thighs. Still used 1 lb of veggies each and 1 large yellow pepper. This dinner was an absolute hit with everyone. The chicken was so crisp and tasty and reminded me of a dinner I ordered at a very expensive restaurant. I will definitely make this again for guests and the family too. Most yummy!!
We loved the chicken - finally found an oven baked recipe where the breading actually tastes crispy! My family is not a big fan of these veggies and the sauce sounded odd, so we ignored that portion of the recipe. I comboe'd it with a lemon cream sauce, spinach, and angel hair pasta. (My kids had jarred spaghetti sauce.) 5 stars for the chicken!
I used oregano leaves and parsley leaves and canned green beans instead, also doubled the recipe.
I added 9 stems of asparagus instead of the green beans and 2 small red potatoes instead of 1. We all was drooling over dinner! I think we all was wishing there was more. I’m sure this will be come a recipe we use regular. ♥️
This is a great dish, and it's very pretty in the pan. However, I gave it four stars due to it's somewhat bland flavor. Next time, I will add salt and pepper. I might also use a different seasoning mix--perhaps Italian Seasoning, Cajun or Creole to pep it up. Definitely use parchment, not foil. It sticks to foil.
Flavor was good. Timing on turning the chicken was off. Would make it again though
Loved it, didn't make dip. Served with Uncle Ben's roasted chicken rice.
I try to make a new recipe as the directions say the first time -- before I start tweaking. This one is great as is, and it clearly has flexibility for you to add/change/delete veggies. I made the dipping sauce but the chicken was so good we forgot to try it. Maybe with the leftovers...
Awesome & easy. Only change, next time, throw all seasonings on veggies. Dipping sauce is nice accompaniment.
Delicious! My picky kiddos loved it too. Said it was a keeper
I made substituted cut up pork chops because we eat so much chicken and no seasonings besides salt and pepper as a heartburn modification for my husband. It was delicious and my husband said it is one of his favorite dishes. I loved it too! The Parmesan cheese with salt and pepper gave it plenty of flavor.
I'm in love with it, I don't even know what to say.
My husband loved it!
excellent bursting with flavor
My family loved it. I made double portions of the chicken and made chicken parmigiana with it. This also came out good.
I made no changes! I usually dont when I make it for the first time. It was Excellent as is!
Amazing!!! Best recipe I've tried in years! It's a keeper!
Pretty good. Didn't make the same vegetables; used sweet potatoes and carrots and added dried basil and onion powder to the carrots, nothing to the sweet potatoes. Added a bit of butter to the vegetables once plated. I didn't have enough mayonnaise to make the dipping sauce, but I don't usually use one anyway. The chicken cooked very nicely and was crispy.
It was the best dinner I have ever made it is simple and easy to memorize and delicious
Lovely, would make again
This was amazing! So full of flavor! I also added fresh cauliflower before I baked it ! Wow! So good!
Made it as stated in recipe! Delicious!! Everyone loved it!!
This is a good recipe that I will make again but I didn't like the sauce. Otherwise, I'd have given it 5 stars.
Very moist flavorful chicken. Did not have the called for veggies. I used red bell, onion and baby potatoes. I squeezed a lemon over everything just before serving. Delicious!
I made this as written with the exception of using gluten free panko. My family enjoyed the chicken but the veggies were another story. There was something missing. We thought roasted cherry tomates would have been a perfect addition.
This is a standby on the regular dinner rotation. My only variation is that I cook the tenders and vegetables in separate sheet pans. Just makes it easier.
This was very juicy. I did have to broil it for a minute to get the chicken to brown. I did not make the sauce.
I used chicken thighs n frozen mix veggies added potatoes
Used mayo and horseradish mustard to coat thin sliced chicken breasts instead of butter and flour. Roasted broccoli, red onion, mini bell peppers and garlic for 15 minutes and then added the chicken. Loved it!