Roasted Chicken and Artichokes

Roasted Chicken and Artichokes recipe. Healthy dinner ideas and for you fixers, it's 21 day fix approved. Click through for the recipe and the how to.

Where I live the fall season is very rainy (I haven’t seen the sun in over a month) and the wet chill goes straight to my bones. It’s okay though because that just means I get to fire up my oven and make comfort food like this recipe for roasted chicken and artichokes.

Other than spinach and artichoke dip, I have never cooked with artichokes before so I was a little nervous about tossing some ingredients together and crossing my fingers. That being said, sometimes that’s how the best recipes are created.

How perfect are these Corningware bakers? They're so colorful and would be awesome for mexican recipes or mexican parties. Cinco De Mayo anyone?

I used my new CorningWare set for this dish and I love them. The blue color really adds a pop to the table, in fact the whole set I have brings the party to a dinner party. I think they’re perfect for Cinco De Mayo and I love them even more because it’s oven safe, microwave safe and (most importantly) dishwasher safe.

Roasted Chicken and Artichokes Recipe

Roasted Chicken and Artichokes recipe. Healthy dinner ideas and for you fixers, it's 21 day fix approved. Click through for the recipe and the how to.

The beauty thing about this roasted chicken and artichokes recipe is that it’s very flexible. I used whatever vegetables in my fridge that were ready to go bad any day now and it helped me cut down on waste (my vegetable crisper is where my money goes to die). I’m pleased to say it all worked out.

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Roasted Chicken and Artichokes

Ingredients:

  • 3 chicken breasts
  • 1 jar of marinated artichoke hearts
  • 1 red onion, cut in 8ths
  • 1 red bell pepper, quartered and then sliced in half
  • 1 cup baby carrots
  • 1 bunch of asparagus, trimmed
  • 2 tsps minced garlic
  • sea salt

Directions:

  1. 5 hours before the dish goes in the oven add the chicken breasts, artichoke hearts (with juice), onion and bell pepper into a bowl. Marinate for a few hours.
  2. Pre-heat the oven to 375F.
  3. Strain the artichoke marinade.
  4. Spray a baking pan with nonstick spray. Place the chicken breasts on the pan and arrange the vegetables around the chicken. Season with salt, pepper, and garlic.
  5. Bake for 45-50 minutes or until the chicken breasts are done.
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Roasted Chicken and Artichokes recipe. Healthy dinner ideas and for you fixers, it's 21 day fix approved. Click through for the recipe and the how to.

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Roasted Chicken and Artichokes recipe. Healthy dinner ideas and for you fixers, it's 21 day fix approved. Click through for the recipe and the how to.

Disclosure: This recipe is sponsored by World Kitchen and I have been compensated monetarily and with product, but all opinions (and recipe) are my own. 

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Roasted Chicken and Artichokes recipe. Healthy dinner ideas and for you fixers, it's 21 day fix approved. Click through for the recipe and the how to.

Randa Derkson

I believe that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Whether it’s discussing your day, sharing the highlights of your trip, or just having quality time with a loved one; lives are brought together at the kitchen table.

53 comments on “Roasted Chicken and Artichokes”

  1. I’m seriously in love with that Corningware!!!

  2. I’d make Eggplant Parmesan or Ratatouille!

  3. I would make apple crisp

  4. I would do stuffed chicken breasts.REALLY would LOVE this prize.Thanks so much for the chance

  5. A root vegetable casserole.

  6. I’d make a baked pasta dish!

  7. I would make a cheesy potato ranch bake. 😀

  8. i would make apple crisp!

  9. I would love to make a one pan dish with chicken too! Yours looks amazing!

  10. I’d make a peach cobbler!

  11. I would make this recipe it looks so good!

  12. I would make lasagna

  13. I would make peas pudding in it! TY!

  14. Id make Sheppard’s pie

  15. I’ve been wanting to make scalloped potatoes for a while so that’s what I’d start with.

    Besos Sarah.

  16. I would make lasagna and try out this recipe! It looks delicious!

  17. I would make my Grandma’s recipe for Hasty Pudding. I haven’t had it in so long.

  18. I would make bread pudding.

  19. This looks delicious! I am all about the sweet treats right now and would make a peach crisp or cobbler of sorts!

  20. I would make Salsa Chicken

  21. My homemade pot pie.

  22. I would use it to make scalloped potatoes

  23. Mac n Cheese!

  24. I would make…. mushroom and leek quinoa casserole

  25. I would make apple crisp

  26. I’d make Shepherds Pie. These are so pretty!

  27. I will make cheesy chicken bake!

  28. Cookin this!!

  29. I would make lasagna with three different cheeses on top 😀

  30. I love roasted squash so that’s what I’d make

  31. I would first make a delicious lasagna!!

  32. we would make veggie lasagna

  33. I would make hash brown casserole in it first.

  34. Ohh perfect for my chicken cassarole. The family goes nuts for it!

  35. I’d make this Chicken and Artichoke dish..plus a few others I have found on this site!

  36. I’d use my new corningware to roast barely-hanging-on vegetables, because that’s brilliant! I love to bake with fruit that’s past its prime, so I don’t know why I never thought to roast vegetables when they get to the same stage.

    I’m hosting a link party over on my blog, and I’d love to have you link this up! http://winsteadwandering.com/alder-collective-link-party-no-2/

  37. Holy cow, those dishes are fabulous! I’m usually afraid to buy colorful stuff because I’m afraid it will clash, but you’ve inspired me!

    Thanks for joining the Alder Collective Link-Up! Hope to see you again next week!

  38. I would make Pumpkin Spice Baked French Toast.

  39. A tasty casserole!

  40. I would make a pot roast with vegetables

  41. Definitely be making a sweet potato sheppard’s pie!

  42. Mushroom and Chicken Linguini Tettrazini

  43. I would make roasted root veggies

  44. I’d make a sweet potato and pecan casserole.

  45. I would make my family’s favourite broccoli casserole…lots of cheese, cream of mushroom soup and toasted almonds.

  46. I would make this very recipe which I have in fact before…It’s great!

  47. I would make chicken Parmesan with my CorningWare if I won.

  48. I’m not sure what I would make with this dish..maybe a lasagna!

  49. I would make an Apple Crisp!

  50. I would make chicken casserole.

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