• One Dish Dinner – Sweet Potato, Broccoli, & Chicken

    One Dish Dinner – Sweet Potato, Broccoli, & Chicken

    Are you ready for a one dish dinner that is quick and easy but feeds the soul?  This one dish dinner will not leave you wanting.  This is as “fall” as it gets with lots of herbs, healthy ingredients, and only 35 minutes from start to table.  It is definitely a keeper at our house as it got a ten out of ten!

    Ingredients

    • 1 Large sweet potato, peeled and diced in small cubes
    • 3-4  Cups small broccoli florets
    • 4 tbsp. olive oil, divided
    • 1 1/2 Pounds boneless skinless chicken breast diced (I made small pieces)
    • 1/2 Red onion diced
    • 3 1/2 Cups chopped broccoli florets
    • 4 Cloves minced garlic
    • ¾ tsp. dried thyme, rosemary, sage and parsley (or substitute Italian seasonings for sage and parsley)
    • 1/8-teaspoon nutmeg
    • Salt and pepper
    • 1/2 Cup pecans
    • 1/3 Cup dried cranberries

    One Dish Dinner Directions

    1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees while preparing. Place diced sweet potato in a large oven pan and coat with a tablespoon of olive oil. Spread evenly and bake for 15 minutes while continuing any remaining prep.
    2. Remove potatoes from oven and add broccoli, onion, and chicken. Sprinkle with garlic and herbs and 1 tsp. sea salt and ½ teaspoon of pepper. Toss evenly with remaining oil to coat. Return to oven to roast about 16-20 minutes or as long as needed to cook chicken thoroughly. Remove, toss in pecans and cranberries and combine and your one dish dinner is ready to be served.
    3. Serve hot and enjoy!

    Hope Knosher, Certified Yoga Therapist-IAYT, E-RYT500 and Founder Hope’s Yoga.

    Hope is a passionate yoga teacher, writer, breast cancer survivor, and healthy living coach who found her voice and her strength through her practice. Overcoming breast cancer 7 years ago, Hope turned to yoga to help her heal. After her practice lifted her mentally, physically and emotionally she experienced a heartfelt calling to share the healing qualities of yoga with others. She founded Hope’s Yoga and began sharing her experiences and her passion for yoga and healthy living through teaching, writing and speaking. Hope loves inspiring and empowering others to live a more joyful and connected life and to be more of who they truly are. Through sharing the practices of yoga, mindfulness, and healthy living she helps others reduce chronic stress, increase awareness, compassion, and mindfulness; while strengthening body and mind. Hope’s writing is featured by MindBodyGreen, Lucy Activewear, Mantra Magazine, Natural Awakenings, The Wellness Universe, as well as her own blog. Hope’s Yoga has been named Best Of Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine and Hope has been named one of Atlanta’s Over 40 and Fabulous by Best Self Magazine. Connect with Hope at www.hopesyoga.com for more information including her full schedule, retreat calendar; or to schedule corporate or private classes and speaking engagements.

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