Greek Chicken Pot

Greek Chicken Pot from

In Birmingham, we have quite a few lovely Mediterranean restaurants. I adore Greek food, with its fresh seafood, flavorful herbs, luscious fruit, and hummus. Oh, the hummus. A few weeks ago I visited a new-to-me Greek restaurant and ordered their specialty, Greek chicken and roasted potatoes. It was so delicious that I wanted to make it for my family.

Now, we are a busy family during this time of the year, so I needed my take on this dish to be quick and easy. In short, I needed a one-dish meal. My twist on it was quick enough that I prepared it, stuck it in the oven, and let it cook while we were at soccer practice. The aroma when we walked back in the door was heavenly. We all devoured it like starving bears. And since there was only one cooking dish to clean after dinner, mama was a happy camper. Here’s what I came up with:

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
3 medium sized potatoes
2/3 cup baby carrots
2/3 cup fresh asparagus, cut into 2″ pieces
1 onion, cut into 1″ chunks
3 tablespoons Greek Seasoning
1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil
1 lemon

Mix Greek seasoning with EVOO and juice of lemon and set aside.

Greek Chicken Pot from

In a gallon size plastic bag, place chicken and veggies.

Greek Chicken Pot from

Pour seasoning mix into bag and shake to coat chicken and veggies well.

Greek Chicken Pot from

Bake in a covered dish on 350 degrees for one hour. Stir before serving so that all chicken and veggies are coated with sauce. Serve with bread, and you have a perfect one-dish meal that is easy, healthy, and delicious!

If you like this dish, try our Greek Salad with Shrimp or our Grouper Sandwiches with Spicy Caper Dill Mayo.

Greek Chicken Pot from


  1. Cheyenne Janssen says

    Can this work in a crockpot I wonder….

    • Ashley Mills Hill says

      It would still be delicious, but would most likely have a softer texture. Let me know how it turns out if you try it.

Speak Your Mind

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.