Dear Mr. Webster, I hereby formally request that your next edition lists “one pan” as a verb. As in, we are going to one pan it tonight with Rosemary Chicken Thighs with Apples and Brussels Sprouts.
I also see a strong case for one pan, the noun: One pan is the way of easy, healthy dinner life.
And yes, one pan is certainly an adjective too: Rosemary chicken thighs for the one pan dinner win!
No matter what part of speech you declare it (or how the editors behind Webster Dictionary feel about the phrase), one pan is the heartbeat of today’s easy sheet pan chicken dinner recipe.
Complete with servings of fruit (apples), vegetables (Brussels sprouts), and lean protein (chicken thighs with golden, crispy outsides and juicy, tender insides), all tossed in a boss sticky-sweet honey mustard sauce.
Fresh rosemary makes the whole shebang taste seasonally appropriate. It’s cozy and full of harvest flavors, and if you have any apple picking in your future, this recipe is an ideal way to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
True to its place among other one pan greats like Sheet Pan Chicken with Rainbow Vegetables, Maple Dijon Chicken and Vegetables, Sheet Pan Italian Chicken, and Sheet Pan Chicken with Sweet Potatoes, Apples, and Brussels Sprouts, today’s rosemary chicken thighs offer fast prep and easy clean up.
This recipe is ultra satisfying and offers complex layers of flavor that develop during the high temperature roasting.
The oven tenderizes and concentrates the Brussels sprouts’ flavor. The apples break down in to a jammy-sauce that you’ll want to spoon over everything. The onions become tantalizingly crisp, almost as if they’ve been fried.
And, the rosemary thighs themselves? They may well be my very favorite part. The rosemary perfumes them with flavor, and the skin is so dark and golden, you may never want your baked chicken any other way again. (more…)
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