5 Reviews

Loved, loved, loved this recipe!! My family raved about it. I made no changes, I used Russet potatoes and I ended up cooking it about an hour at 325 and then upped it to 350 for another half an hour. I kept it covered until the last 5 min, took the lid off and broiled it a little to crisp it up. It was just gorgeous and the potatoes were awesome. I thought they'd be greasy, with the olive oil and the chicken grease, but I was wrong, they were perfect and actually the best part of the meal. Thanks so much for this recipe, it's a keeper!!

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Meowser November 10, 2010

I am not sure how long a whole chicken would take to cook, but the chicken breasts I used were definitely done. I used a lot less oil and fresh oregano. We added extra lemon at the table since the lemon was subtle. Good one pot dish!

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Maito June 17, 2010

Great and simple recipe. Made no changes. Everyone loved this. Thank you

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MARIA MAC * November 09, 2008

You know, obviously Salesgirl's oven is off.. 2 hours in the oven and the chicken not cooked would give me a BIG clue. Get an oven thermometer, sheesh!!

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steve in FL November 08, 2008

This was a major disappointment. I guess when using Zaar I've come to expect a degree of accuracy when it comes to recipes. This one sounds good but if you used the direction to cook at 325 for 1 hour you'll have to like bloody chicken. I don't. The directions did say indicate time may need to be extended for size of chicken. Two hours after I began the chicken it was still not running clear liquid. To top it off the taste was nothing special. Very disappointing.

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Salesgirl June 03, 2004
Greek Chicken