Serve my Roasted Provencal Vegetables with a breaded chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese for an easy dinner that can be served up in under 40 minutes on a busy weeknight.
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I’m a big fan of chicken Cordon Bleu but my busy schedule doesn’t always allow me to make it from scratch.
The solution? Make it a Barber night.
Where can I find Barber Food chicken?
Barber Foods has a great selection of stuffed chicken breasts available in the frozen food aisle of your local grocery store.
I found the chicken Cordon Bleu at my local grocer.
They take care of all the prep work so all you have to do is pop the chicken in the oven and 40 minutes later, dinner is served.
I decided to pair the Chicken Cordon Bleu with my roasted Provencal vegetables.
I coordinated the baking times so both chicken and veggies came out of the oven at the same time.
Look how the cheese melts out of the chicken! These chicken breasts were cooked perfectly golden and were piping hot inside.
It’s nice to be able to enjoy a quality meal with the family even with so many commitments. We are busy and stretched in many different directions.
It’s important for us to sit down together for dinner.
We are still enjoying our screen porch. Fall dinners outside are coming to an end with cooler weather approaching.
I’m a little sad about that because it’s a great way to connect without distractions.
I reminded my husband of the first meal he made for me when we were dating. He’s an amateur in the kitchen but a pro on the grill.
After finishing dinner, I told him that if he had served Barber Foods Cordon Bleu stuffed chicken breasts when we first started dating I would’ve been very impressed.
I served a simple side dish of yellow squash, zucchini, carrots, sweet onion and asparagus to go along with the chicken. Slow roasted with a toss of olive oil and herbs de Provence, the veggies caramelized beautifully and brought out the sweetness of the vegetables.
A blend of rosemary, lavender, majorum, thyme, oregano and savory, I sprinkle these herbs on so many foods.
I love roasting vegetables this way and leftovers are delicious tossed with pasta or served on top of fresh greens. I always make enough to enjoy the next day.
Where to find Herbs de Provence
You can find herbs de Provence in the bulk section of your local grocery store and at a greater discounted price than in the herb aisle. I found them along with the Barber Foods stuffed chicken breasts at my local Kroger.
Be sure to check out all the delicious stuffed chicken breasts that Barber Foods has to offer and find a location where to purchase near you. Be sure to visit their website to receive a $1 off coupon.
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Roasted Provencal Vegetables with Barber Foods Chicken Cordon Bleu
- 2 boxes Barber Foods Chicken Cordon Bleu
- 1 zucchini, sliced
- 1 yellow squash, sliced
- 2 carrots, peeled and sliced
- 12 stalks of asparagus
- 1/2 sweet onion, slices
- 6 small tomatoes, quartered
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon herbs de Provence
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- Preheat the oven to 375°F. Prepare all the vegetables except the tomatoes. Slice the zucchini, squash, carrots and onion into thin julienned pieces. Add the vegetables plus the asparagus to a large bowl and toss with the olive oil, salt and herbs de Provence.
- Line a cooking sheet with aluminum foil and use cooking spray to prevent the vegetables from sticking. Spread the veggies onto the cooking sheet and roast the vegetables for 45 minutes or until soft.
- Remove the raw chicken breasts from their pouches and arrange on a flat metal baking sheet at least 2 inches apart.
- After the vegetables have cooked for 15 minutes add the Barber Foods Chicken Cordon Bleu to the oven.
- Bake the chicken for about 30 minutes to a minimum internal temperature of 165°F measured by a meat thermometer. Continue to roast the vegetables for an additional 30 minutes.
- Remove the vegetables and the chicken from the oven and allow the chicken to cool for at least three minutes before serving.
12 thoughts on “Roasted Provencal Vegetables”
That look like a delicious, healthy, quick & easy dinner. Thank you for posting!
Thanks Dan. I love a easy dinner that comes together. Quick and easy is the way to go:)
Sounds like a pefect weeknight dinner to impress your significant other! Love those simple roasted veggies as a side!
Thanks so much Vicky. Simple is best and they go great with chicken.
I love chicken cordon bleu! What a great option for weeknights. And those veggies look delish. Simple, healthy sides are my favorite!
Thanks Tracy. Barber Foods offers such great options. They go with so many sides. Veggies are my favorite.
Those veggies look so good! I love the simple yet flavorful recipes!
Thanks Sophia. Sometimes simple is the best way.
This looks soooo good!
Thanks so much Diana…I hope you try them 🙂
This was absolutely decadent! Served it with bacon wrapped scallops . Thank you for sharing this recipe.
Yum that dinner sounds amazing. This is one of my favorite ways to fix healthy vegetables. So glad you enjoyed it.