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October 18, 2010


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Congratulations Tiina! And it's already snowing!? It's pretty cold here but no snow yet...


Yum - looks perfect for autumn/winter - it's getting very cold in England so could be just the thing to warm me up! Lovely flavours: lemon, garlic and rosemary are a fab combination.

Patricia Scarpin

That is wonderful, Tiina! It is spring here now but I would not mind having this delicious dish for lunch!


Wow, that looks so good. And it sounds really simple to make. I wish it was snowing here! Thanks!

Juls @ Juls' Kitchen

You know I love it!! Go G2K girls!


Hi Tina,

I tried to follow that link and landed somewhere weird...

Love this recipe idea. :)


Don't you just love the smell of roast chicken? I baked some last week and I agree, a perfect cozy fall meal. I bet this was delicious with rosemary!

Cd Star

Yum I love how much garlic is in this recipe. <3


Sasa, yep. We got some snow last weekend. Quite a surprise.

Sharon, I love how the flavors worked with chicken!

Patricia, lovely to see you here dear! You could make a spring version of this for sure. Maybe by replacing the potatoes with something springy like asparagus.

Aly, I love dinner recipes with only a few ingredients and short instructions:)

Juls, thanks! xx

Jbird, thanks for pointing out the wrong link. I fixed it - the link there will take you to G2Kitchen now. Sorry about that! Thank you for the kind words!

Nicole, oh yes. The smell is so lovely. It's so cozy and perfect for this season.

Cd Star, ten cloves is pretty bold but works so well in this dish. The cloves are so soft and almost sweet after roasting. Thank you so much for the comment!


Tiina, this looks incredible. Snow, already...Crazy.


today is the first day I wore a sweater to work this fall, so yes, this looks very appropriate. Thanks, Tiina!


This looks apt to battle the cold snow-like weather. I am headed to Norway tomorrow and perhaps I should be preparing for a winter wonderland...



Tracy, thank you! Thank goodness the snow didn't stick around yet!

Anna, this and sweater kind of weather go together perfectly!:)

Bianca, Norway! That's wonderful. Can't wait to hear all about it!


Sounds like you had such a beautiful weekend! Oh wow first snow in the year...that is soooo awesome!! I hope and pray that my plan to spend the holiday season in europe comes true!! This recipe is yummiiiieee ~ i will really have to give this a try! Thanks so much for sharing and have a lovely merry happy week! Love to you!


This looks great! Could it be used with boneless chicken breasts? My bf has an aversion to bones


Elizabeth - Oh yes, boneless chicken fillets would work great too. In that case, let the potatoes cook for a while and add the chicken a bit later just enough for them to cook so they won't dry.


This is less of a recipe than a way of life. Lovely post and pic as always.


Oh my gosh, your photos make me swoon! Beautiful and delicious.


Thanks, Sally and Missy. You're always so wonderful!


what a simple, yet beautiful dish. it looks delicious!

Mary DK

Any idea of what I can use instead of dry white wine? Maybe chicken stock??


Thanks for sharing this! It looks so delicious. I'm going to try my hand at this recipe for tomorrow's dinner! Super excited!

SnoWhite @ Finding Joy in My Kitchen

We made this tonight -- only made it in the crockpot! Thanks for a great recipe.


i'm hoping i eliminate the white wine. we never have any in the house. we are making this tonight so we'll see.


nevermind we are going to buy some. can't wait to try it!!!!!


I made this last night and it was good! The wedges seemed to take longer than the chicken though so I might parboil them next time...


Just slid this in the oven. Had to use chicken stock instead of wine though. I can't wait till my house smells like yummy roasted chicken. So perfect for fall!! Thanx!!

Gaby Godoy De Porras

Hi there! Last night I made this recipe and I loved it, if you want, you can visit my post mentioning you in my blog: gabhousewife.blogspot.com
Thanks for the recipe, I loved it, and my husband too!


Im trying this tonight! sounds sooo yummy :) Do you think I could use chicken stock instead of the white wine? thanks!


This is exactly the kind of easy, one pan recipe I was looking for. Am off to the store right now. Will be sure to link to this post when I put up a picture and share. Thank you!

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  • Hi. I'm Tiina. Sparkling Ink is my food & home blog about passion and love for food and simple living. For me, food is all about fresh ingredients in season, having fun in the kitchen and sharing it all with family and friends. My cooking is inspired by both of my home cultures, Scandinavian and American. Food makes me happy; hope to share some of that happiness with you.



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