One Pan Roast Chicken & Vegetables w/pr0n
My wife was watching Cook's Country and saw an episode with a quick chicken and vegetables recipe (video from that episode is here
She wanted to cook it and of course I said let's try it on the Egg!
I cut up the chicken while she prepped the veggies. While I got the Large Egg lit and up to temp with a couple of chunks of peach wood, she brushed the chicken with the butter & herbs. Onto the Egg went the veggies in a drip pan on top of the ceramic feet & platesetter:
Above the veggies went the chicken:
They cruised along at 475-480:
34 minutes later I checked the chicken IT and they were done:
The veggies looked good:
Here's my plate:
The veggies were tasty but we should have done a better job organizing them with the larger potatoes and carrots on the outer perimeter for more heat (or cut them a little smaller). We both felt the chicken could use a little more seasoning or some rub. Overall it was a good quick cook and we will definitely be doing this again.
Thanks for looking!
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