Broiled Chicken & Artichokes
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
Super easy, also marinated the thighs in the artichoke marinade while some brown rice cooked on the stove. Will add more artichoke hearts next time. Great dish for beginners.
Not exciting. Took twice as long to cook, artichokes were burnt. Just not exciting or satisfying. I'm sure I went wrong somewhere but overall, wont do again.
I have made this recipe several times because it is very quick to assemble and the result is quite good. I have also added other vegetables and potato slices with good results.
I was impressed by the full flavors and simplicity of this recipe and will make it again.
Sorry but I found this to be tasteless and boring.
Really tasty, even if the cook uses bone-in thighs. I had to cook them in the oven for half an hour, then add the artichokes and broil. Forgot the parsley too... I would definitely make this again!
This was just ok. Don't know if I'll make again. I felt like it was missing something.
Great dish! Nothing goes better with marinated artichoke hearts and olive oil than feta cheese. I turned it into a Mediterranean dish, substituting crumbled feta for the Parmesan. I also added halved cherry tomatoes and about 1/2 cup of halved pitted ripe kalamata olives.
Skinless chicken looks so unappetizing, I always ask the butcher at the supermarket if he will please debone the chicken and leave the skin on the chicken. If someone is averse to eating the skin, they can remove it. Baked or grilled chicken tastes sooo much better with skin left intact. The chicken is so much more moist, flavorful and golden brown. It is a fact that we all need a little fat in our diets, too. I grew up that way and I am of normal weight and have normal cholesterol. I plan to try this delicious sounding recipe but will leave the skin in place.