1 pint cherry tomatoes
1 bulb garlic broken into cloves
1 lb. white potatoes, large diced
Steamed broccoli (See earlier recipe blog)
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Rinse and pat chicken dry. Set aside.
In a blender or Cuisinart add basil, half of oregano, thyme, and sprig of rosemary, salt and pepper. Pulse a few times to blend then add 2 tbsp. olive oil and continue until fully mixed.
In a roasting pan, (ideally with a rack) spread tomatoes and garlic cloves. Then cover with roasting rack (or lay on top if no rack). Add about 2 cups of water to help steam the bird.
Coat the entire chicken with marinade. Then, stab lemons gently with a knife and fill them into the chicken cavity.
Cook for about 1.5 hours. Check to ensure internal temperature is 160 when removing from oven. It will carry-over cook to 165 while resting on cutting board.
While chicken is in oven, prep potatoes and toss with remaining herbs and oil. Roast in oven for 20-25 mins towards end of cooking chicken. Toss potatoes with tomatoes and garlic in chicken roasting pan right before serving.
Enjoy with steamed broccoli!
Crock Pot Chicken Broth
1 whole chicken carcass
1 large onion, large diced
3 carrots, peeled & large diced
3 stalks of celery harts, large diced
2 sprigs fresh thyme
1 gallon water
Add all ingredients to crock pot and set on low for 12-24 hours.
Strain broth saving bones and vegetables for another run if desired. (This is called remoulage which is a fancy French term for re-wetting of the bones).
Use broth as a yummy tea, soup base, or substitute for water in recipes. (Think how awesome your potatoes will taste when cooked in chicken broth!)
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Chicken "Zoodle" Soup
This is the perfect meal to make with left overs and it is super easy!
Left Over Chicken
Saved Veggies from Chicken Broth
Take zucchini and use peeler to turn into "zoodles" or zucchini noodles. This can be done with a number of tools such as a spiralizer, mandoline, or julienne peeler.
Add ingredients in a pot and heat up or add directly in your soup bowl with warm broth. Super Easy. Super Delicious.