Lemon Roasted Chicken and Cauliflower

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This Lemon Roasted Chicken and Cauliflower is another dish that's easy enough to throw together for a busy weeknight meal, yet pretty enough to make for dinner guests as well! Simple to prep and cook in the oven, you'll want to add this to your dinner rotation.
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Roasted Chicken and Cauliflower

This is another dish that’s easy enough to throw together on a busy weeknight, yet pretty enough to make for dinner guests as well! I recently made this recipe when my parents were in town (with a big salad on the side), and the serving platter was completely empty by the end of dinner. I absolutely love meals that are so much easier to make than they appear. :)

Also, don’t forget to make overnight chicken stock in your slow cooker with the leftover bones! When I purchased an organic whole chicken from the grocery store for this recipe I asked the butcher to cut it into parts for me, which he did at no charge. I was also left with some parts that we don’t typically eat so I threw those in the slow cooker (along with the cooked bones) for the stock as well.

So if you go this route, be sure you know what parts you are putting into the roasting pan before baking it. Your guests might be a little confused if you try to serve them roasted chicken back (eeek!). Okay, enough about that topic that frankly makes me a little uncomfortable!

Look how easy it is to create this recipe!

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  1. I just saw this on my Facebook feed! Yum! For the 450 roast temperature – is that on convection? or regular roast? I have a new wolf oven I am learning to use and am also wondering if I have to convert Lisa’s recipes for convection mode or if I just follow as directed. Thanks!

  2. Everyone needs to learn how to cut up a chicken! No need to have the butcher do it. One of the first things I was taught by my mother in the kitchen.