Chicken breasts with Za’atar, Chickpeas & Tomatoes

Inspired by a recipe I saw on Bon Appetit, I used the avatar spice I had in the cupboard, a can of chickpeas & some tomatoes that were sitting around. The recipe from Bon Appetite had different spices, but the idea of  chickpeas & tomatoes was from there

Simple, quick & a good dinner. Sometimes, I just like to look in the around the kitchen & make dinner. Have to use up the spices in the drawer & what is the pantry! If you don’t have za’atar or chickpeas or tomatoes…this is good so it is worth getting this ingredients & trying this recipe!!  Nothing fancy just delicious.

I made this just for Murray & I so used only 2 bone-in chicken breasts…you can increase the amount of chicken then the spices accordingly. Add more tomatoes if you have more..I only used what I had…

Here is the recipe

Ingredients 

2 bone-in chicken breasts

1 tbsp za’atar spice

2 tbsp olive oil

kosher salt

1 can drained chickpeas

grape tomatoes, about 12 or more ***I only had 12….if I had more I would have used them

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp za’atar spice

1/2 tsp paprika

1 tbsp oil

Method

Preheat  oven to 450f

  1. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil
  2. Put the chicken breasts onto the baking sheet
  3. Mix the za’atar spice & oil together & spread on the chicken….sprinkle some kosher salt on the chicken
  4. Put the drained chickpeas & tomatoes into a bowl
  5. Mix the salt, za’atar spice, paprika & oil together..
  6. Put the spice mixture on the chickpeas & tomatoes & mix well
  7. Put the chickpeas mixture around the chicken breasts on the baking sheet
  8. Put it into the hot oven & roast until done…about 20 minutes…the tomatoes get browned & spit.. some of the chickpeas get crispy & some don’t…& it all turns out great!

Enjoy!

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Chicken breasts & za’atar spice with oil to rub on the chicken 
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chickpeas, tomaotes, salt & spiced oil
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Ready to go into the oven
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Done!
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Look at this! Yum!

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