White Wine Herb Roasted Chicken is a quick dinner recipe that’s super easy and very flavorful. What I love about this recipe is that it marries white wine, herbs, and aromatic garlic to make a beautiful dish. Best of all? It takes about 25-30 minutes to make – start to finish. This recipe also pairs extremely well with just about anything. From veggies to potatoes, or even both, you can eat this with anything!
This White Wine Herb Roasted Chicken also makes a delicious gravy. I literally save the gravy from this and add it over top of salads and sometimes I dip a piece of bread in it. It’s amazing how so few ingredients yield such delicious flavors! It’s just so easy to make and the results are so good! I adore recipes like this. Quick, delicious, easy – you really can’t go wrong.
This white wine herb roasted chicken is a recipe that I’ve been making for years. I posted this in my stories on instagram and so many people asked for the recipe! So, I decided to make it again and post it on my blog. It’s funny how sometimes the things that we do mindlessly become such a hit! This is one of those recipes. Would you like to see more of my quick weeknight meals? When I think about the simple meals that I make and don’t post on Britney Breaks Bread, I have so many! I may begin posting them more often so stay tuned!
white wine herb roasted chicken
So let’s chat about this recipe quickly. As mentioned above, it’s super easy! I actually made this recipe via stories, so if you’d like to check it out, head over to my instagram. Anywho, I start by preheating the oven to 425 degrees F. Then I clean the chicken and pat it dry with a paper towel. This ensures that the skin crisps up really nicely when you add it to the pan. I add salt, pepper, garlic powder, and Italian seasoning on the chicken and coat both sides. After this, I added a little olive oil to a cast iron skillet and then added the chicken to sear on both sides (about 3-5 minutes on each side). TIP: Allow your oil to get hot first, do not immediately add the chicken into the skillet.
While the chicken is searing, I cut up a red onion and set it aside. I remove the chicken from the heat and add a cup of white wine (you can also add a cup of chicken broth if you don’t drink alcohol). Then toss in the onions and roast in the oven for about 20-25 minutes, until the chicken is done. And that’s it! You’ve got dinner in less than a half hour!