One Dish Chicken Soup

Recipe Created By Carmelita Middleton

Now that the colder weather has arrived I wanted to make something that was simple yet so delicious that my husband thought I ordered take out! This recipe is super easy to recreate and doesn’t require a lot of prep! Which is so good for mamas like me who have their hands full!

So let’s get Started!!


I’ll make it easier and link all the ingredients down below so it takes you right to the ingredients on HEBs Website.

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I love to add veggies to a dish like this because it makes it so easy for Paighton (my 2 year old) to eat veggies easily!

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For the meat I prefer boneless chicken Thighs.


Now it’s time for the fun part and mixing it all together!

Preheat oven : 400 degrees

Line the deep dish pan with aluminum foil, this recipe can also be done in a crock pot, slow cooker, or even on the stove.

With an even layer sprinkle all your dry ingredients over the top of the chicken thighs. Once you have a good coat flip the raw chicken over, and sprinkle the dry seasoning over the top.

Add in your baby carrots and celery, you can add more or less vegetables as you want! Potatoes, green beans, and even bell peppers would be yummy!

Next step:

•Add Two teaspoon of garlic (more or less is up to you, or you can completely leave it out)

• Add in the Chicken broth just enough to cover the chicken, (adding in the chicken broth you can put more or less, depends if you want to make a soup or just enough gravy to put over your rice.

Final step:

Once all of your ingredients are in the deep dish, cover the top with aluminum foil. This will allow for your chicken to be extra juicy and not dry out so fast.


Once the oven is heated to 400 degrees I placed my dish in the oven for 1 hour.

(Depending on your oven and how thawed out your chicken was the time could be less or more. After the chicken has been in the oven for 30 minutes be sure to check on it to make sure it doesn’t need less or more time.)

Once My chicken looked done, I placed my oven on High Broil for 10 minutes for a good crisp on the top coat.


This dish was soo yummy and even better the next day! I can’t wait for y’all to try it & if you do send me a message on how you liked it!

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