I love Greek food. It just generally tastes awesome. There is no such thing as too much feta either. NO SUCH THING. I do NOT like olives, which can be a problem in Greek recipes and dishes, but they are usually pretty easy to find and pick out or just omit. I am home-made tzatziki sauce challenged, so love the stuff from pretty much every Greek restaurant I've ever been too. Oh and pita bread, can't beat the fresh stuff from a restaurant. I have tried and have been pretty successful at making pita bread at home, but it's a lot of work. So let's be honest that doesn't happen all that often. So other than pita and tzatziki, I'm a fan of making Greek food at home and generally eating Greek food all the time.
This recipe is super easy, which is why I want to share it, because it is insanely easy. There is a little bit of rough chopping, some stirring, but mostly just waiting for it to cook. Everything cooks on one pan = easy clean up. And it is really tasty.
If you are an olive fan, sprinkle chopped or sliced olives on at the end when you sprinkle the feta. I've made this with both chicken breasts and thighs, and either works great! I'm usually a fan of thighs because they are less likely to dry out, and have a little more inherent flavor. But it's totally up to you! Photo above is a previous time I've made this using thighs, photo below is with chicken breasts. Also I've thrown on small tomatoes, like grape tomatoes, and they roast up nicely and add a little extra something to the dish. Not required though.
|Ready for the marinade, coat everything well and mix. Aren't all the colors pretty!|
|Time to eat!|
Side salad and some bread = done!
Greek Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner