So I was on the phone when I made this dinner so I didn't get a chance to take pictures of the process. I'm lucky I got pictures of the final product at least, because by the time it was ready it smelled soooo good and I was really hungry. But I held off on scarfing the whole thing down until I snapped a few pics.
Check out the recipes by clicking the title of this post or the "read more" link.
As for the sweet potato patties, however, I stuck pretty close to the original recipe found HERE. I only made slight variations, such as omitting the garlic (only because I didn't have any left), using green scallions instead of yellow onions (because that's what I had on hand), and using butter instead of oil (no particular reason).
I highly recommend trying out both of these recipes. They are both so good! I never would have thought of the sweet potato patties on my own, but I'm so glad I discovered them. I have a feeling they are going to become a staple in my kitchen. And I'm always looking for new ways to bake chicken breast without making it too dried out and boring. This recipe definitely does the trick.
It was such a great dinner, and I can't wait to have the leftovers for lunch tomorrow!
Honey Dijon Baked Chicken
Makes 1-2 servings
Sweet Potato and Quinoa Patties
Makes about 8-10 patties