Chicken Thigh with Rosemary and Garlic
When I saw the chicken recipe from a food magazine recently, I immediately bookmarked the recipe and cooked this tender and juicy chicken meal for my family two days ago. Another great thing about this recipe is that it is easy and fuss free, preparation was about 15 minutes and cooking time was about 20-30 mins. Best of all there were minimal bowls and utensils to wash. :))
Here is the recipe (serves 4)
4 pcs Chicken thigh deboned
8-10 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced
2 large Potatoes, peeled and cut to cube
2 large Carrots, peeled and cut to cube
4 tbsp Olive oil
Seasoning (mix well)
Some Cajun seasoning or chilli powder (**omit salt if using cajun seasoning)
3-4 tsp Salt
- Preheat oven at 180C.
- Put carrots and potatoes in microwave till just cooked and drain.
- Pat chicken thighs dry with kitchen towel and rub with mixed seasoning.
- Heat olive oil in a flat frying pan and sear chicken thighs with the skin facing down until golden brown. Flip chicken thighs and sear the other side for 1-2 mins. (I made extra chicken wings with the same seasoning) Dish up and set aside.
- Using the same pan place carrots and potatoes in it, sprinkle some cajun seasoning and pepper on it. Fry till aromatic.
- Poke a small knife into chicken thigh skins to create little openings and stuff with garlic and rosemary.
- Put chicken thighs, chicken wings, carrots and potatoes in a baking tray or pan, pour the remaining olive oil from frying pan. Bake in oven for about 20 mins or fully cooked.
- Serve immediately.
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Rosemary chicken in its various incarnations is always great. Love your execution!
Must have been an aromatic chicken dish, and it's baked. It's easy and delicious.
We are certainly in the mood for great and simple chicken meals this week Anncoo ;o)
The way you prepared it is pretty much the way my Grandma loved it 😉
Lovely photos…especially the last one.
Ciao for now,
Yummy platter..love to have it now 🙂
I love rosemary! Esp for lamb, soup and grill stuff.
All flavors that I love. Thanks for sharing.
Yummy healthy food! I just made oven shoyu chicken today. I will try this recipe soon 🙂
bake chicken is healthier and it looks really YUMMY!! (: (: (:
The chicken looks very juicy ^^, oh! I really want to try this dish.
This looks like such a delicious meal! What time should I come for dinner daaaaahling?
Ann, I love bake chicken and this looks so delish and juicy!
Jeyy, yes no whipping added. Of course you can omit the apricot gel.
It is quite difficult for me to tell you which cheesecake to make because the method is almost the same. Just remember don't whisk the egg whites till too stiff.
Please leave your comment under the correct post, I can answer your question from there. Thank you 🙂
very nice photos…the chicken is perfectly cooked with great colours. Ops…I'm drooling. Got to stop describing your delicious food…
Lovely simple but so delicious looking!
This looks really juicy, Ann! Bet your family loved it!
1. Just to confirm with you that in your almond cheesecake recipe, NO whipping cream is used?
If i dont hv the apricot gel, can i omit?
2. which of your baked cheesecake recipe will you recommend to try for a beginner like me? thk you
This look so yummy! Love the way you stuff the garlic & rosemary!
the chicken looks absolutely juicy and tender. i like how this dish consists a good balance of protein, carbs and fibre.
This looks delicious! Thanks for linking it up to tailgating time this week! Yum!
this looks wonderful easy to make and flavorful
I like this simple dish, I love the adding of rosemary to this dish, sure very aromatic, want to try this!
hahaa…I also eat this with mustard sauce. How about use miso paste for this chicken, also not bad 🙂
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This is what I got from the website for cajun seasoning.
table salt, 26 oz
cayenne pepper, 5 tbs
black pepper, 3 tbs
onion powder, 3 tbs
garlic powder, 3 tbs
chili powder, 3 tbs
thyme, 1 tbs
sweet basil, 1 tbs
bay leaf, 1 tbs
Cajun seasoning is available at more supermarket. You can add your own seasoning with the same method and I think some kids don't quite the flavor of rosemary.
hehee…anyone can make this 🙂
Lequan, Thank you. You're back home after your vacation?
I am happy too to you see back, Kris 🙂
hahaa…want to try some?
Yes, sometime I just used light soya sauce, sugar, cooking wine… its still tastes good 🙂
Thank you Friends for enjoying reading this post 🙂
I love how you used rosemary. It's one of my favourite herbs, and together with garlic, it's simply perfect! I can just imagine how good it tastes. I made rosemary and mustard chicken once and really liked it. I'd love to try this!
Yes, Chickens again. I love Chicken for various cooking.
Sooo tempting chicken thighs..
What is cajun seasoning and where to buy them.
I must tell my younger girl. She would be very happy to see this. At least someone cooks for me 😀
the shot with the chicken wings look delicious. don't get me wrong, they're both great shots, but i'm more of a wing gal than a thigh gal. thanks for sharing this lovely recipe, Ann.
I've always wanted to try to roast chicken using oven, but until now didn't hv the chance to try it.
Like this recipe very much, really simple and fuss free, thks for sharing ^_^
Happy new year, Ann! So happy back in blogging 🙂
Thanks for sharing this practical recipe, love cooking chicken and same as you, want to have lesser utensils and bowls to wash!
I love how you've captured the shots! Thks for sharing this recipe 🙂
Happy New Year, Ann! Hope to see u more often in 2011 🙂
I will definitely choose the chicken wings cos those are my favorites!
That looks delicious!! I love a good chicken dish!
it makes me drooling too! from the picture, i can see that the juices from the meat are still retained there..yummy indeed!
mmm…looks yummy…=)….i love rosemary and garlic.
Golden and delicious! Great photos Ann!
Love this fuss free recipe. I used to bake chicken thigh in oven with all types of marinades. That's sometime ago. I miss it now.
yum yum yum! Chicken and rosemary is a great combo. I'm drooling already… Can't wait for lunch time. haha