Rosemary Chicken

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  • This Rosemary Chicken is succulent, juicy and baked to perfection. One pan and 20 minutes in the oven will create a baked Lemon Rosemary Chicken dinner to crave! 

    Gold sheetpan filled with baked chicken and veggies such as green beans, baby potatoes and lemon slices. #bakedchickenandveggies #rosemarychicken

    The Easiest Baked Rosemary Chicken

    We do a lot of baked chicken in this house. Don’t get me wrong, you know my love for pasta and ALL the carbs…but I can’t eat like that all day every day. (Much as I would love to do just that!) I’m always trying to think of fresh new ways to keep chicken interesting, and this Rosemary Chicken hits all the marks! 

    What I love about this fresh and fragrant Lemon Rosemary Chicken is that it’s so easy to throw together. One pan, a few minutes of prep, and you’re golden. Just like this baked chicken and veggies! (Seriously though, do you see how juicy and delicious this looks?) Let’s make dinner! 

    White plate close-up, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    Lemon Rosemary Chicken Ingredients

    To make this Rosemary Chicken Recipe, you’ll need the following:

    • Chicken Breasts – Boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
    • Olive Oil – Use good olive oil for the best flavor.
    • White Wine – White cooking wine will do just fine. You’ll find it in the salad aisle of your grocery.
    • Lemon Juice – From fresh squeezed lemons or out of the bottle, your choice.
    • Rosemary – Fresh or dried! A general rule of thumb is to use 3 times as much fresh rosemary as you would need dried to get the same great flavor.
    • Black Pepper – I like to use pepper from a grinder set for thick flakes. It adds texture and the perfect bold crunchy touches of spice.
    • Garlic – I use minced garlic found in the produce section of your grocer, but you can use fresh cloves if you prefer.

    Gold sheetpan filled with baked chicken and veggies such as green beans, baby potatoes and lemon slices.

    How to Make Rosemary Chicken and Veggies

    This recipe is foolproof. It’s my favorite way to make chicken, simply because I can count on this temperature and timing to come out beautifully every single time! 

    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
    2. In a shallow baking dish or pan, brush both sides of chicken breast with olive oil, white wine and lemon juice mixture
    3. Sprinkle with seasoning, coating if you choose
    4. Bake 20 minutes for smaller chicken breasts, up to 30 minutes for larger chicken breasts
    5. Allow chicken to rest for 10 minutes as it will continue to cook and seal in juices after it is removed from oven

    Gold sheetpan filled with baked chicken and veggies such as green beans, baby potatoes and lemon slices. #bakedchickenandveggies #rosemarychicken

    What to Serve With Rosemary Chicken

    As you can see, this recipe bakes beautifully on its own, but I love to throw in some veggies with my baked chicken. When you’re busy in the kitchen and struggling to get dinner on the table, nothing is better than a dinner that comes together in one dish.

    White plate close-up, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    This chicken and veggies is a success story based in simplicity. Brush your chicken breasts with the herbs and oils (right there on the pan) and you’re all set! If you’d like a complete meal in one pan, simply add your veggies to the same pan. For this sheet pan dinner, I added fresh green beans and cute little colorful baby potatoes. 

    Gold sheetpan filled with baked chicken and veggies such as green beans, baby potatoes and lemon slices.

    • Add sliced baby potatoes to the same pan as your chicken, they will cook for the same length. 
    • At the halfway point in your cooking, pull the pan out and add your veggies. In this example, I used fresh green beans. They don’t need quite as long to cook so I added them in for the last 10-15 minutes.

    White plate close-up, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    More Healthy Side Dish Ideas

    This easy rosemary baked chicken pairs beautifully with salads of all kinds, but it also works well with a variety of oven-friendly side dishes. 

    White plate close-up, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    Is Baked Chicken Healthy? 

    The simple definitive answer? Yes. Baked chicken is a healthy protein choice because it’s low calorie, low fat and it’s even Whole 30 and Keto-friendly (when you eliminate the white wine). It’s the perfect skinny solution to your weeknight dinner dilemmas! When making Baked Chicken and Veggies, you get a nice well rounded meal!

    The best part? You won’t even know you’re missing those calories! When chicken is this juicy and delicious, you won’t miss a thing. 

    White plate with a marble counter in the background, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    If you love this easy Chicken Recipe you’ll love

    Love all kinds of chicken dinners? Get my favorite homemade Poultry Seasoning blend right here- it’s a classic herb blend that you’ll use time and time again!

    White plate with a marble counter in the background, filled with baked rosemary chicken, green beans and baby potatoes. #rosemarychicken #lemonrosemarychicken #bakedchickenandveggies

    I can’t wait to hear what you think! Please come back and leave a five star review or Pin on Pinterest. What’s your family’s favorite way to serve chicken for dinner? 

    Rosemary Chicken

    This Rosemary Chicken is succulent, juicy and baked to perfection. One pan and 20 minutes in the oven will create a Lemon Rosemary Chicken dinner to crave! 

    Course Main Course
    Cuisine American
    Keyword chicken, easy dinner, how to
    Prep Time 3 minutes
    Cook Time 20 minutes
    Total Time 23 minutes
    Servings 3
    Calories 271 kcal

    Ingredients

    • 3 chicken breasts
    • 2 Tbsp olive oil
    • 1 Tbsp white wine {can use cooking wine}
    • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
    • 1 Tbsp minced garlic
    • fresh ground black pepper
    • 1 tbsp rosemary dried

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 
    2. In a baking dish, brush both sides of chicken breast with olive oil and sprinkle on seasoning.
    3. Bake 20 minutes. Remove from oven.
    4. Allow chicken to rest for 10 minutes to continue to cook. Slice or dice.

    Recipe Notes

    This recipe works with fresh or dried rosemary. If using fresh, use 3x the amount of dried because dried is significantly more potent by measurement. 

    If your chicken breasts are large, up your baking time to 30 minutes.

    If you'd like to add fresh green beans and baby potatoes to your rosemary chicken sheetpan:

    • Add sliced baby potatoes to the same pan as your chicken, they will cook for the same length. 
    • At the halfway point in your cooking, pull the pan out and add your veggies. In this example, I used fresh green beans. They don't need quite as long to cook so I added them in for the last 10-15 minutes.
    Nutrition Facts
    Rosemary Chicken
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 271 Calories from Fat 45
    % Daily Value*
    Fat 5g8%
    Saturated Fat 1g5%
    Carbohydrates 1g0%
    Protein 36g72%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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